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Staying Fit With Limited Mobility

Recently, a client of mine sprained her ankle and was told that she had pretty serious damage from the sprain and from earlier injuries to the same area. Her doctor put her on crutches for a month and told her the only way she could go to work was if her boss would let her do everything seated with her foot up.

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Breast Cancer Screening and 2 Other Concerns

Many women have been alarmed by the recent recommendations for breast cancer screening. It's not surprising that those who have already been getting annual mammograms or are approaching the age of forty are confused about what they should do. I know because I'm one of them.

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“Pressure” To Be Well

First, I just got involved with a health and wellness website called Wellsphere.com. With thousands of posts and articles from health bloggers like me, you can find just about anything you're looking for on many topics.

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Steps of Emotional Growth

We have a real treat for you today. Meta-Physician, Deborah Stuart, forwarded the following chart to me to help with understanding and developing a healthful emotional state of being. First, please read a little about her and the contributions she's made to this science.

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I Love My Head Even Though…

Sorry, Ladies; this is going to be short...no, I mean really short today. My head is currently experiencing one of the worst migraines that I've had for awhile. I've just never missed a Wellness Wednesday before, not willing to do it now.

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The First 5 Things You Need to Do for Health

If each of us truly understood all the ins and outs of our bodies and what the different parts need to do and have for health, our brains would probably implode from all the information.

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The Truth About Tea

Today, we have the pleasure of hearing from our own Dr. Lamse on the topic of caffeine and tea consumption. She gives her advice on the best ones for health and a few facts that you should know about what you're putting into your body when you drink these types of beverages.

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What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

I'm REALLY upset about this one! Aspartame producer Ajinomoto chose to rebrand it under the name AminoSweet, to “remind the industry that aspartame tastes just like sugar, and that it’s made from amino acids – the building blocks of protein that are abundant in our diet.”

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Stop Menstrual Pain Naturally

Monthly womanly woes used to incapacitate me if I did not take high-dose Ibuprofen. However, I stopped the Ibuprofen after it affected my gut negatively, and I started searching for natural ways to relieve pain.

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5 Instant Energy Boosters

I don't know about you, but I have those days when my body and mind just won't get with the program; I'm almost positive some kind of mutiny has occurred when merely getting out of bed is a five step process. Even a cool shower doesn't wake me up enough to do the world (or myself) any good.

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Why Am I Always Angry?

The thing you need to know about chronic anger is that it's root cause lies in a completely different emotion altogether. In fact, it's safe to say that frustration and unfulfilled expections are more accurately to blame than an out-of-control aggressive personality.

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Mind and Body Heath from Inspiration and Beauty

Today, we have the honor of hearing from our own Dr. Lamse on the topic of exercise for health. Her wisdom and insights will take you to the next level of overall wellness, beauty, and self-discovery. I find her to be one of the most caring and brilliant physicians that I've ever met.

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Electrosmog Is Killing Us

My friends, if it was just cell phones we had to worry about, many might reconsider there use. Sadly, it's not though. "A recent study showed that exposure to very-low-frequency voltage signals (1-100kHz), or "dirty electricity,” can greatly increase your risk of melanoma, thyroid cancer, and uterine cancer.

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Diabetes Awareness

After learning that the five-year-old daughter one of my blog friends was diagnosed with Type I Diabetes, I felt inclined to share some information with all of you about the disease that affects 23.6 million children and adults in the US alone with a price tag of around $174 billion.

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Living Well

I know for some, avoiding knowledge about their health condition, weight, and fitness level is a common practice. I think it's one of those "what you don't know won't hurt you" things.

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