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Better Workouts in Less Time

Posted on 01-25-2017

Almost everyone is pressed for time these days, and squeezing a workout into your day is often not easy to do. However, it is possible to learn some ways of exercising more efficiently so you ...

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How Chiropractic Care Has Helped Me: Introducing Jerry Rice

Posted on 01-18-2017

Few people put their bodies through the sort of punishment that football players endure every week—during practice and at game time. Former National Football League (NFL) wide receiver J...

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Does Eating Slower Really Help Us Control Our Weight?

Posted on 01-11-2017

There are decided benefits to eating a meal slowly, as any resident of the countries around the Mediterranean can tell you. The slow, leisurely 2-hour lunch is still sacrosanct there, and thei...

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Benefits of Zinc

Posted on 01-04-2017

Zinc is the second-most common mineral in the human body (after iron) and is found in every one of our cells. It plays a vital role in many of the body’s functions, so ensuring that you ...

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Benefits of Zinc

Posted on 01-04-2017

Zinc is the second-most common mineral in the human body (after iron) and is found in every one of our cells. It plays a vital role in many of the body’s functions, so ensuring that you ...

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