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Is Your Back A Pain In The Neck? Here’s How To Relieve It!

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Is Your Back A Pain In The Neck? Here's How To Relieve It!

Back pain is the most common complaint doctors have to deal with on a day to day basis. It plagues the vast majority of people during the course of their lives and if you have ever had a bad back then you will know just how uncomfortable and limiting it is. When you look at…

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Resourcefulness And Creating The Perfect Workout Routine For Yourself

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Resourcefulness And Creating The Perfect Workout Routine For Yourself

You may have heard the saying: “the best exercise is the one that you actually do.”  Exercise may not always seem like fun, especially if you are just starting out and haven’t found a workout routine that inspires you yet.  However, exercise can become an activity that is an enjoyable and satisfying routine in your…

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Top 4 Natural Back Pain Remedies

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Top 4 Natural Back Pain Remedies

Top 4 Natural Remedies for Back Pain There are two common causes for back pain.  The most common cause for back pain is tight muscles.  Tight muscles can be caused by many things, one of the most common causes is sitting all day and not stretching.  So many people sit at a desk all day…

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Healthy Breakfasts – Are They The Answer To Weight Loss?

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Healthy Breakfasts - Are They The Answer To Weight Loss?

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and the news is very rarely free of articles advocating the importance of breakfast and how having a meal in the morning speeds up one’s metabolism. I understand that on the breakfast front there are very much two sides to this argument. Breakfast Groups Group one…

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10 Tips to Keep Flu-Free in Your Office This Winter

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10 Tips to Keep Flu-Free in Your Office This Winter

Image by: McFarlandMo There’s no denying it, autumn is upon us, which can mean only one thing – it’s the beginning of cold and flu season. If you’re the organised type, you’d have already got yourself a flu shot; but the rest of us will spend the next six months trying to dodge sneeze-spray and…

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Five Smart Snacks to Keep at Your Desk

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Five Smart Snacks to Keep at Your Desk

Working a full day can require you to keep your energy, and since you’ll probably be snacking throughout the day, it’s important to choose the right snacks to not only keep you full of energy, but also keep you full. In order to have a more productive workday, you should have these five snacks at…

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How To Make Your Study Area Clutter-Free

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How To Make Your Study Area Clutter-Free

A study or work area should be kept as organized and clutter-free as possible to prevent distraction, missed deadlines, and generally creating a mess. While others think that relying on the services of a professional interior designer is the answer, many who are on a budget can still organize their work area, DIY-style. Below are…

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Stand Up For Your Health

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Stand Up For Your Health

If you spend your day at work sitting at a computer desk, at some point around 3:00 p.m. or so you start to get those aches. You know what I’m talking about. That pain in the lower back or the creak in the shoulder from hunching over. Whatever it is for you, sometimes you wonder…

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Avoiding Injury At Work By Sitting Correctly

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Avoiding Injury At Work By Sitting Correctly

Many office workers find after a period of time that they have begun to develop minor back problems, such as an achy lumbar region, sore muscles in the neck and shoulder area or tightness across the middle of the back. Adjusting the way you sit at work can not only eradicate these minor aches and…

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How to Create the Ideal Computer Workstation

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How to Create the Ideal Computer Workstation

Summertime is over, and if you are a student that means you’re back in school. Whether you are in elementary school, hitting the high school textbooks, or off to college, there is one thing you as students have in common: Over the next several months, you’ll be spending numerous hours (sometimes burning the midnight oil!)…

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