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Health Contributions in History: Celebrating Dr. Sara Josephine Baker, The Life Saver

  • Health Contributions in History

At a time and in a field that barely tolerated women, Dr. Sara Josephine Baker was a pioneer in public health and a champion of preventative medicine. Dr. Baker saved countless immigrant lives by forming measures that reduced maternal, infant, and child mortality. Her work with poor mothers and children became a model for cities...

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7 Fun Grown-Up Summer Bucket List Ideas

  • Bucket List

This post-pandemic summer, you deserve to make it the most fun ever and an excellent place to start – checking off a few bucket list adventures. If you don’t have ideas of your own and need some inspiration, take a look at our suggestions below. This grown-up list will get you out of the house...

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Health Contributions in History: Indra Devi, Mother of Western Yoga

  • Health Contributions in History

“Yoga means union, in all its significances and dimensions.” – Indra Devi Yoga has been shown to have numerous health and wellness benefits. Yoga has become increasingly popular to help improve your flexibility, strength, and posture, helping reduce muscle and body pain.  A consistent practice of Yoga also helps reduce anxiety, depression, and stress levels,...

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Breathe Easier with these 7 Seasonal Allergy Essential Tips

  • Allergies

If you’ve got seasonal allergies, you’re probably struggling with fierce coughing, sneezing, and watery eyes this year, more so than in the past. Of all the things that can cause allergic reactions, pollen is the most widespread. And due to persistently hotter and hotter weather, pollen production has been heavier and lasting longer year over...

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Health Contributions in History: Mister Rogers, Children’s Mental Health Champion

  • Health Contributions in History

“I give an expression of care to each child every day to help him realize he is unique. I end this program by saying you’ve made this day a special day by just your being you. There’s no person in the whole world like you. And I like you just the way you are.” Fred...

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Bacopa Monnieri: The Powerful Nootropics Your Brain Shouldn’t Be Without

  • brain health

  Bacopa monnieri – also known as Brahmi – is an herb native to India, Asia, and South America. Its use dates back centuries in Ayurvedic medicine to help with numerous diseases, promote healthy longevity, and help avoid decline associated with aging. Today Bacopa monnieri is recognized as a highly promising nootropic. Nootropics are nutritional...

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Ready, Set, Summer: 9 Tips & Tricks to Get Your Body Ready Now

  • Probiotics

It’s spring – and you know what that means – time to shed your winter layers. Soon enough, you’ll be showing off your shorts, tank tops, and, dare I say it – bikinis and swimsuits. But if you’ve packed on 15+ while laying low through Covid in 2020 – you are not alone – and...

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Health Contributions in History: Dr. Lulu Hunt Peters, The Original Weight Loss Guru

  • Health Contributions in History

“If there is anything comparable to the joy taking in your clothes, I have not experienced it.” -Lulu Hunt Peters Have you ever wondered where the trend to slim down started? Long before there were Miami Beach Diets, Jane Fonda, Peleton, pilates, gastric bypass surgery, and keto, one woman was on a weight-loss mission, Dr....

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7 Ways to Help You Go Right NOW

  • Dynamic Defense

I’ll just say it… this blog post is about pooping. Before I started writing it, I researched euphemisms for the movement to soften the blow – my favorite “dropping a deuce.” But if you’re among the 65 million Americans that regularly experience constipation, it’s no joke. Bowel movement regularity is an essential indication of your...

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Health & Wellness Trends for 2021

  • Dynamic Immunity

Without a doubt, the Covid crisis is the primary driver of health and wellness trends for 2021. And you don’t need to consult a crystal ball to know that the realities of this pandemic will affect the way we approach our health and wellness for years to come. 1. At-Home Fitness With the pandemic forcing...

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Does Your Liver Need a Detox?

  • Liver

It’s almost impossible to overstate the importance of your liver. As your primary filtering system, it works around the clock, eliminating the toxins that can harm your body. It cleans your blood to the tune of one quart a minute and performs over 500 different functions, participating in everything from metabolism to waste removal. And...

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Is It Time To Call In The Immune System Reinforcements?

  • Dynamic Defense

With virus cases still rising, you may be looking for ways to strengthen your immune system’s ability to fight and ward off illness. Medical experts agree that a healthy diet, adequate sleep, and daily exercise are a great start to keeping your immune system operating at it’s best. Add in stress-reducing practices like yoga, meditation,...

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