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2005 August

  1. An overview, plus 5 easy exercises to do on your stability ball
    Exercise balls, also known as stability balls, physioballs and Swiss balls, are large vinyl spheres filled with air that you can...
  2. Early warning signs that you might have Alzheimer's Disease
    Early Alzheimer's symptoms are relatively mild and can mirror the signs of normal aging: less serious forms of dementia, or...
  3. How biofeedback therapy can help you, and 4 different ways to start
    Invented in the 1960s, biofeedback is based on the idea that you can learn to control automatic functions like your heart rate....
  4. A step-by-step guide to a stress-reducing workout plan that works for you
    Exercise is clinically proven to relieve stress: It increases your brain's production of feel-good endorphins, elevates your mood...
  5. 4 Balance Ball exercises for better abs
    Though it may feel awkward at first, a Balance Ball is a great addition to your ab workout. With the use of one inexpensive prop...
  6. Learn about resistance bands' advantages over free weights, exercise machines and more
    Resistance bands are great for those who want to exercise at home, or who like to take their workouts along when they travel, but...
  7. 3 steps to a healthy detox diet
    A natural body detox with herbs and other natural ingredients can help purify your body without the use of medications, or...
  8. A clean colon can prevent Irritable Bowel Syndrome, cancer and more
    When looking for ways to get and keep a healthy colon, these tips can be helpful. Following these detoxificaton suggestions may...
  9. How to kick-start your body's natural detoxification system, plus 5 tips to retain healthy benefits
    Your liver has its own natural detox system — the liver and kidneys were designed to process chemicals and rid toxins from your...
  10. An overview of the benefits and varieties of this ancient healing method
    Massage therapy is among the world's oldest healing practices. It exists today in dozens of forms, from traditional deep-tissue...
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