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3 Surprising Ways to Treat Menopause… Number 3 Will Shock You!

Menopause occurs about a year after a woman's last menstrual cycle, typically happening in women anywhere between the ages of 40 and 60. Menopause is a natural biological process and happens as women age. The process is the end point for a woman's fertility and it is usually accompanied by some other side effects and health issues.

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3 Tips To Help You Recover After A Workout

It’s always a good idea to add exercise and movement into your daily routine. Exercising regularly can keep your heart, body and mind healthy. Exercise can also increase endorphins, which is what keeps you happy. Breaking a sweat is the best way to keep your metabolism in check, and keep any excess weight off. Being overweight can lead to many other health issues down the road. However, you may be totally sabotaging your workouts by what you do once the workout is done.

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Health Benefits of Pineapples

Looking for a refreshing summer treat that is also good for you? Pineapples are the perfect snack or side, anytime of day! Pineapples may taste sweet like candy, but they contain vitamins, nutrients and antioxidants, and can provide you with many amazing health benefits. Plus, they are low calorie, only 84 calories per cup, which makes this a great option if you are trying to manage your weight.

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The Unseen Dangers Of Sitting All Day

While the average person works 40 hours a week, many of us work more than that, sitting at our desks all day. Plus, when we’re not working, we are still sitting on the couch, or on a chair when we get home. Most of us take very little or no breaks at all from sitting to stretch or take a walk. Furthermore, less than 5% of adults participate in 30 minutes of physical activity each day. Because of our lack of movement and constant sitting, back pain and poor posture may develop, as well as obesity and metabolic syndrome, heart problems, and other health issues.

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Can Vitamin D Save Your Life? Some Scientists Seem To Think So.

It’s not news that vitamin D is important for our health. We know that vitamin D is a critical link to a healthy immune system and regulating healthy cell division. It also supports healthy bone density. What is news, however, is that vitamin D may be the link to mortality rates in the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19.)

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