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Month: February 2020

Parkinson’s Disease: Treatment and Support

Neurological diseases express a vast social and financial pressure that imperils public health due to risk factors like mental dysfunctions, stress, mental distress, microbiota, along with hereditary and dietary factors. One of the before-mentioned diseases is Parkinson’s Disease (PD) which affects movement. This chronic neurodegenerative disease worsens over time. So far there is no complete […]

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Why Should You Avoid Overdosing on Advil?

If your head is pounding, you may pop a couple of Advil tablets. If your calf bones are sore as well as swollen after an intense pick-up game of basketball, you might take a couple of Aleve. For joint inflammation pain, you may grab a pain killer. All three nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications, or NSAIDs, are […]

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The Entourage Effect: Why it Matters

Are you familiar with the phrase, “the sum is greater than its parts?” This phrase explains the so-called entourage effect. The hemp plant is composed of hundreds of different cannabinoids as well as other compounds. Individually, these compounds come with their own benefits. But when they work together, their effects are multiplied and amplified. The […]

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How osteopathy can benefit your kid?

From birth to development, the toddler will encounter trauma and stresses, which can cause issues and interfere with child’s normal musculoskeletal growth. Many people don’t think about taking their kid to an osteopath, thinking children are so flexible that what’s the necessity to consult an osteopath? Though it’s a common belief, there are many issues […]

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