Month: September 2016

An Open Letter to my Teenage Son #ad #YoplaitGoBig

Thank you Yoplait Go Big for sponsoring today’s post and challenge! It almost seems like yesterday that we were going up to the 9th-grade center to pick up my teenager’s schedule for school. He was so excited to go back to school and he was looking forward to trying out for soccer. It is hard to believe that he is also turning 16 years old in a few weeks. I can’t believe how quickly time flies by and that he is turning into a fine young man. As I write this post, I can look back and see that...

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Natural Home Remedies for Common Cold

Common colds are considered to be a very mild viral infection that will clear up after days of running through its course of infection. In rare cases, common colds can also increase in severity and leads to an infection that you should be worried about just like pneumonia or bronchitis. There are plenty of ways to treat the common cold. This includes using over the counter medications to relieve the symptoms. You can also choose to use natural home remedies for common cold.   The symptoms of common cold vary and it will usually start manifesting 2 to 3...

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Natural Home Remedies for Constipation

Home remedies to treat constipation is a preferred treatment for many people who wants to stay away from using OTP or laxatives. It is easy to get constipated because of the type of diet that most of us have these days. While every one of us can experience constipation from time to time, it can also be caused by other reasons like pregnancy or age.   Being constipated means your bowel movements are painful or happen less often than normal. Frequent constipation symptoms include: Few bowel movements Hard or small stools Swollen abdomen or abdominal pain Straining during bowel...

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Foods That Can Increase Your Risk of Developing Alzheimer’s Disease

In the United States, a person develops Alzheimer’s disease every 66 seconds. It is the 6th leading cause of death in the country. Unfortunately, there is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease until this day. Nevertheless, many experts believe that diet plays a significant role in the development of this disease. Your choice of food can affect your risk of developing or not having the disease. In a study done in nine countries around the world, including Brazil, Chile, Cuba, and Mongolia shows that people in the United States have a 4 percent increased chance of developing the disease. Additionally,...

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Sports and Cancer: What Can You Do to Stay Active?

A diagnosis of cancer for you will most likely cause you to feel a great deal of trepidation. In addition to expressing fear about the future, you may also think that you need to surrender all of the activities that you love. Playing sports or staying physically fit often falls into this category, but know that you do not necessarily have to abandon things that you are passionate about and enjoy ways to remain active. Your Type of Cancer Continuing to participate in sports when you have cancer is possible; however, the extent to which you can do so and...

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