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Non-Toxic Acne Care

Acne vulgaris is characterized by skin lesions on the face, upper chest, and/or back involving blockage and/or inflammation of hair follicles and their accompanying sebaceous glands. Acne has typically been regarded as a teenage condition, but it is now occurring in younger children and is becoming more prevalent in adults, … Read More

How to Find a Thyroid Doctor or Endocrinologist

Thyroid hormones affect every single cell of your body, profoundly impacting how you think, look, and feel. About 20 percent of women and 10 percent of men have abnormally low thyroid hormone levels. If you are one of these people, it's important to find the right medical help. Here's how … Read More

Doctors Near Me: How to Find Integrative Physicians

You've likely heard—or asked—this question more than once: "How do I find good doctors near me?" Locating a physician close to your home can be a daunting task, especially if you're looking for one who will support increasingly popular "natural medicine" practices: Limited pharmaceuticals Treating the root cause 'Finding a … Read More

Gingivitis Home Treatment: Top DIY Strategies

A common form of gum disease, gingivitis occurs when a buildup of bacteria causes irritation and inflammation in the gums. Gingivitis can cause bad breath, gum bleeding, or changes in color of the gums. It is often a mild condition, but it can lead to serious diseases of the oral … Read More

20-Minute Seated Yoga Is a Successful Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Treatment

Chronic fatigue syndrome is a debilitating disease characterized by persistent fatigue that is not relieved by rest. Many patients do not fully recover with conventional chronic fatigue syndrome treatment, which consists of antidepressants, cognitive behavioral therapy, and/or graded exercise therapy. While yoga is one of the most commonly accepted natural … Read More

Eye Twitching: Harmless Annoyance… or a Cause for Concern?

Occasional eye twitching is a benign but annoying condition. It often lasts only a few minutes to an hour, usually involves only one eyelid, and is related to fatigue, stress, or both. A relaxing maneuver—even a stress-releasing giggle at its arrival—can sometimes end the involuntary eye twitching. But eye twitching … Read More

Our 10 Most Popular Weight Loss Tips

If you’re ready to look better and feel better by reaching a healthy weight, take a multifaceted approach for the best results. Weight loss tips – #1 Assess your current symptoms. Before you begin any weight loss program, it’s important to take note of the symptoms you are currently experiencing. Sometimes, … Read More

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