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How to Beat Negative Self-Talk

How to Beat Negative Self-Talk

Do you ever catch yourself beating yourself up for not doing your workout, not eating right, not weighing a certain amount, not being a certain way, or just like, everything?! Me too. I got really tired

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5 Possible Reasons Why You're Sweating So Much During Your Workouts

5 Possible Reasons Why You’re Sweating So Much During Your Workouts

You’re halfway through hot yoga, and you can barely see because of the aggressive, blinding stream of sweat pouring down your face. Meanwhile, your friend next to you is almost completely dry and

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7 Herbal Teas for Better sleep

7 Herbal Teas for Better sleep

7 Herbal Teas for Better sleep Most people with a busy work and life schedule will have a hard time getting sleep and this is because of the anxiety and stress that comes with all the pressure of life.

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How to Naturally Master Your Diabetes

How to Naturally Master Your Diabetes

(Natural News) Diabetes has now reached epidemic proportions in the United States. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that over 30 million people across the nation

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America on Drugs: Shocking One-Third of U.S. Adults Are Prescribed Opioids

America on Drugs: Shocking One-Third of U.S. Adults Are Prescribed Opioids

(Natural News) If you think that America’s opioid epidemic hasn’t touched your life, statistics show there is a good chance you are wrong, with one out of every three American adults taking opioids

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This Is Why Apple Cider Vinegar Looks So Gross, But Feels So Good For Your Body

This Is Why Apple Cider Vinegar Looks So Gross, But Feels So Good For Your Body

There seems to be this trend in the world of wellness, in which the substance you’re supposed to consume basically has the most unappealing appearance, taste, and even texture to it. And, of course,

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How to Fight ‘Time Famine’ and Boost Your Happiness

(CNN)Ashley Whillans’ summer started with what she calls “time famine.” Time famine, a term that first emerged in the scientific literature around 1999, refers to the universal feeling

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Why More Americans Are Getting Paid Sick Days

The number of Americans with access to paid sick days increased dramatically in the past two years, the direct result of new laws mandating the benefit passed mostly by Democratic-controlled state and

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