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Benefits of Going to an Orange City Chiropractor

Ever suffered from excruciating back pain and not sure where it stems from? Any idea whom to visit to find a solution? The answer to these questions lies in the hands of a specialized professional called a Chiropractor. There are a vast number of benefits to seeing a chiropractor that not many people are aware of, and we look at a few in this article, however before we dive into the meat of the... ❯❯❯

Therapist vs. Psychologist

It is okay sometimes to feel overwhelmed by everyday life. There are so many things happening every day, so it is entirely understandable to feel too tired, confused, sad, happy, and everything all at once. You need someone to talk to and consult. Someone who can listen and give you useful advice on how to continue with your life. But who is that person that sounds so perfect? Both... ❯❯❯

6 Effective Biking Tips for Weight Loss

If your goal is to become fitter, thinner or lighter, or even to reach a particular health goal, cycling should be one of the activity options you choose. It can be fun, efficient, easy to fit into your busy day and, most importantly, it has emotional, mental, and physical benefits. If you want to lose weight while cycling, you can begin by applying a few simple techniques both on and off the... ❯❯❯

5 Simple Things You Can Do to Heal After a Car Accident

When you get into a car accident, you likely have to deal with a roller coaster of emotions at a time. You may be angry, confused, hurt, and possibly scared. Depending on the severity of the crash, your life might change significantly for a few months, years, or even a lifetime. Here are some of the simple things you can do to recover after an auto accident so you can get back to doing the things... ❯❯❯

5 Signs You May Need To Detox

Your body has the natural ability to adapt and cleanse itself whenever harmful toxins enter. Your organs work hand-in-hand to remove bodily toxins from your immune system, liver, and kidney. They help make sure your body is cleansing every time you take in toxins in the form of food and drinks.  However, when your body consumes too many toxins, your body may have difficulty repairing and... ❯❯❯

Why the FDA Wants Zantac Off the Shelves

Zantac was a hot topic in the pharmaceutical industry in 2020. It was another case of prescription drugs causing unexpected long-term problems for people who were taking them. Zantac’s active ingredient ranitidine has been linked to a contaminant known to cause cancer in some patients. This is why the FDA has requested the removal of all prescription and over-the-counter ranitidine drugs... ❯❯❯

Lip Fillers: What To Know Before Your Appointment

If you're unhappy with the shape, size, or overall appearance of your lips, you're definitely not alone. Some people have naturally thin lips. Others lose lip volume as part of the natural aging process. There are even people with atypical lip shapes and other structural concerns that they'd like to refine. Whether you're looking to turn back the proverbial hands of time by rejuvenating and... ❯❯❯

Home Remedies for Yeast Infection

It is nearly impossible to avoid yeast infections. Studies have shown that over 70% of women have experienced it. So, chances are you must have experienced it also. Vaginal yeast infection, also called vaginal candidiasis, is mostly caused by an overgrown fungus. This overgrown fungus is called Candida Albicans. It naturally occupies a vagina. Do you need a yeast infection remedy you... ❯❯❯

How mobile medical units are changing the health industry

Until the past decade, the impact of mobile medical units on healthcare has barely been evaluated in full. However, the pandemic putting great strain on hospitals and clinics has forced practitioners to look for ways to alleviate it. Slowly but surely, they’re seeing the potential of these hospitals on wheels as a game-changer in the health industry. According to David Cutler, an... ❯❯❯

What Is Dental Plaque?

Plaque is a colorless film of bacteria that often forms on the teeth of an individual who does not follow the oral hygiene practices that are recommended by dental professionals such as regular brushing and flossing. The plaque often forms on the surface of the teeth (enamel) but when left to develop for long periods of time, it can form under the gums. For more preventive tips, visit... ❯❯❯