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3 Ways to Cope with SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)

In the midst of the post-holiday slump, you may be feeling the effects of the winter blues. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a common seasonal depression triggered by shorter and darker days, affects about 6% of the U.S. population, according to Norman E. Rosenthal, MD, National Institutes of Mental Health (NIH), especially those of […]

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The Health Benefits Of Hugs

Send to Kindle How are you with personal space? If you’re someone who loves hugs, you may be doing your personal health a big favor by letting people in! Research suggests that hugging has a large number of potential health benefits. Yup, simply embracing another person may contribute to healthy blood pressure levels already within […]

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Schisandra-Powder

Schisandra Powder for Liver Health and Adrenal Function Support

Send to Kindle Schisandra is a plant often used in traditional Chinese medicine. It goes by many names, including wu wei zei, five flavor berry, and gomishi. Schisandra, which can be taken using Schisandra extract or Schisandra powder, has been used in Chinese medicine for everything from supporting healthy liver function to promoting overall mental […]

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Benefits of Turmeric Powder and Supplements

7 Health Benefits of Turmeric Supplements

The potential health benefits of turmeric supplements, including capsules, powders, and tea make this one of the most talked about herbs within the natural health community. In fact, what many of us already knew about turmeric (Curcuma longa) is finally being backed with scientific research. New clinical tests are revealing new insight into what makes this […]

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How Smiling More Can Change Your Life

Send to Kindle Perhaps you’ve heard that laughter is the best medicine. But a simple smile can also go a long way towards improving your health and making your life better overall. Sounds a little bit too good to be true doesn’t it? Sure – you already know it takes fewer muscles to smile than […]

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