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5 Common Diseases and The Symptoms You Should Look For

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As people get older, it is common for them to develop different health conditions that need to be cared for. Knowing the symptoms and signs of some of the more severe diseases and conditions can help to reduce their impact. For example, catching cancer before it spread to other parts of the body. These five common diseases can be treated, but you should take preventive measures to help reduce the chances of developing them in the first place.

1. Diabetes

How to Heal a Fractured Relationship During Addiction Recovery

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Addiction is a powerful monster that strips us of our right minds and causes deep-seated pain that, in most cases, will not stop at you. The issue with addiction, of course, is that though you may not be in your right mind you are solely responsible for the pain you have caused and the subsequent consequences. Having a sex addiction will not automatically excuse you of cheating or of neglecting your partner in favor of visual stimulants. Having a gambling addiction will not excuse you from debt.

How Natural Health is Becoming a Key Approach in Mainstream Medicine

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How Natural Health is Becoming a Key Approach in Mainstream Medicine

It’s not that long ago that natural health, complementary therapies, and anything that wasn’t pharmaceutically-based was dismissed by the majority of the mainstream medical profession as ineffective or unproven.

Simple Ways To Improve Your Mental Wellbeing

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Mental and emotional wellbeing is vital to your overall health. Positive mental wellbeing allows people to deal with daily stress more effectively, recognize their potential, and enjoy life to the full. With this in mind, here are some simple ways to improve your mental wellbeing.

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Strength Training - One of the Single Most Effective Ways to Stay Healthy and Strong

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When someone mentions strength training, weight-lifting or resistance training, people conjure up images of massive or lean muscular figures that we are so used to seeing in the gym, movies, TV and social media. This automatically creates multiple misconceptions which can fill a few pages on their own. For now, let us set most of the myths and misconceptions around lifting aside, and concentrate on the problem which all of that creates.

The Problem with Misconceptions

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