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5 Tips for Eating Healthy When You Dine Out

Eating out can be unhealthy, especially if you do it all the time, and especially if that restaurant you like has lots of greasy options on its menu. However, if you are on a diet or are just trying to make healthier choices when it comes to what you eat, there are a number of ways to making eating out more healthy. Best of all, many of these suggestions don’t require you to ban your... ❯❯❯

Hip Replacement: What to Expect After Surgery

Hip replacement is one of the most invasive surgeries – with one of the longest recovery times. Life after surgery will be mostly like your life before surgery – only with a few precautions. Best of all, however, is that you won’t be living with the same excruciating pain and discomfort that warranted the pain to begin with. Hip replacement surgery is a necessary procedure... ❯❯❯

5 Natural Ways to Maintain Healthy Eyesight

There may not be a more crucial muscle in the human body than the eyes. Far more than the romantic “windows to the soul”, your eyes are the primary way with which your brain receives information about the outside world. With strong eyesight you can navigate obstacles, follow the rules of the road, take in the beautiful sunset that inspires a painting and connect on a deep level with... ❯❯❯

5 Things to Consider When Purchasing Health Insurance for Your Family

Although it sounds both logical and moral that health insurance be labeled a ‘right’, for the past several years it has felt a lot more like a ‘privilege’. Tens of millions of Americans go without proper health insurance every day, and millions of the uninsured are children. The laws surrounding healthcare are changing, with Obama’s plan going into effect starting... ❯❯❯

Hair Loss in Men: Common but not Inevitable

Androgenetic alopecia, the medical term for male pattern baldness, is a common type of hair loss. It accounts for nearly 95 percent of all male baldness. Two-thirds of American men experience hair loss by time they are 35 years old. By age 50, about 85 percent have thinning hair. A fourth of all men suffer from baldness before they are 21 years old. Contrary to common belief, most men with male... ❯❯❯

Infographic: Ride Your Bike to Work, How Much Money Could You Save in 1 Year?

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Top 5 Health and Safety Tips for Nurses

Nursing, while perhaps not equated with the same dangers as, say, construction sites or stunt driving, is still and inherently hazardous job. As every nurse well knows, it’s only a matter of time before you catch something when you’re tending to sick people all day. And yet, it is important for anyone working in the healthcare profession to maintain a high degree of health and safety... ❯❯❯

5 Natural Remedies for Lower Back Pain

Pain of any kind can become a huge distraction throughout your day. When you are focused on your discomfort, it is hard to concentrate on your work and it keeps you from doing the activities you love. Many suffer from lower back pain, and it is often difficult to remedy without taking some form of medication. Fortunately there are natural remedies that are easy, affordable, and effective in easing... ❯❯❯

5 Benefits of Physical Therapy for Back Pain

There’s nothing quite as frustrating as chronic pain. This is the lingering ache that comes and goes, whether due to an old injury that’s been re-aggravated, a new ailment that developed after an accident or a sports misstep or simply a change in the weather that always seems to make your joints bark. But one of the worst chronic issues you can suffer is back pain. The spinal column is... ❯❯❯

Five Common Accidents Claims Are Made For

Accidents happen. Sometimes, however, it is not through clumsiness but the fault of a third party. There are many ways you can get injured, all of which may lead you to being eligible for compensation. Fortunately, Injury Lawyers 4U could help with this, but what are the most common accident claims? Wet floors This type of accident is usually claimed for by those that have to walk a lot as part... ❯❯❯