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Natural Wellness

Natural wellness practices, which are rooted in traditional medicine, have existed for centuries. These methods have withstood the test of time and are now supported by research and scientific evidence.
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Wellness & Nutrition

Liquid Gold: 8 Sweet Benefits of Honey

The benefits of honey span beyond its sweet and heavenly taste. Find out the eight ways honey can be beneficial for your health.

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Wellness & Nutrition

The Truth Behind Weight Loss Products

Not all weight loss products are good. There are some things you should be aware of before taking diet pills or using sculpting creams.

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Wellness & Nutrition

5 Health Benefits of Yoga You May Not Know

More than a relaxing exercise, yoga is a way to achieve a healthy mind, body and soul. Discover the five health benefits of yoga here.

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Health & Balance

How Staying Up Late Affects Your Body

When you stay up late, you’re hurting your brain, heart, intestines, kidneys and liver. This article explores all the ways night owls might be affecting their health.

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Wellness & Nutrition

Ginkgo Biloba: How This Herb Helps You Live Longer

Ginkgo biloba outlived dinosaurs and inspired poetry. Read on to learn about how this resilient living fossil can help you maintain great health.

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Lifelong wellness practices are also crucial in ensuring your physical being reflects balance, radiance, and harmony. If it is accessible, seek the help of established medical professionals or TCM practitioners for expert advice regarding your conditions.

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