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Month: November 2017

A Complete Guide to Main Parenting Styles

Whether you are an expecting mama, a full-fledged parent, or an adult helping to raise children, learning about different parenting styles is important. No one can tell you what is best for you and your youngster, but knowing the effects of certain styles may sway how both you and your child act and interact. Take a look at our complete guide and see into which category your main parenting style is best described.   You’ve Got Style! There are many different “titles” for the way people conduct their parenting. Many of us over the past couple of decades have...

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Tips for Staying Healthy in a Chaotic World

Attempting to achieve the American dream may be proving to be a health nightmare. In our unrelenting effort to make ends meet, we usually wind up burning out. It’s not until we get sick or come down with some frightening illness that we stop and reflect upon our day-to-day behavior. The classic adage applies more than ever: If we don’t have our health, we have nothing. So, what are we going to do to change? First off, our priority must be our health and wellness. That includes how we eat, sleep, exercise, and also attend to our emotional and...

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The No-Secret, Successful Way How To Get Rid of Belly Fat

Muffin-top, beer-gut, apple-in-the-middle? If any of these describe you, you are most likely in dire need of figuring out how to get rid of belly fat. Study after study reveals that excess fat around the middle is a predictor of pre-diabetes, type-2 diabetes, heart disease, and even some cancers. Fortunately, discarding that dangerous fat is possible, and there’s no mystery or secret behind how to do it. Is Your Belly Fat Showing—or Hiding? By looking in the mirror or checking your pants’ size, you can probably tell if you’re carrying a lot of weight around your mid section. One...

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Try This Exercise and Slow Down Aging

Just about any type of physical movement has the potential to slow down the aging process. A new study, however, has pinpointed one exercise, in particular, that can reverse signs of aging in the brain. Get ready to get your groove on because DANCING has now been recognized as the most effective activity for delaying dementia and other symptoms associated with an aging brain. Exercise as Brain Nourishment Telomeres are tiny, protective, end-caps on our DNA strands. As we age (and our cells age), telomeres shrink, shorten, and eventually fray; this is when our physical and mental health declines....

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Small change could benefit you with more energy and less pain

Ergonomic seating is not a new concept, per se. It’s been around for several years now—long enough for users at work and in school, spine doctors. Chiropractors, and Pilates experts to tally their verdict. Non-traditional chairs such as exercise balls, stools, kneeling desks, and recliners are advantageous to the health of our spine, neck, lungs, and core. They have arrived and they are not leaving. That’s a good thing. Think about a rolling desk chair with minimal cushion in the seat, a mid-length back, and a possible recline if you lean back. 30 years ago, a seat like that...

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