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GENERAL HEALTH

Complementary Medicine is growing at a phenomenal rate. More and more people are deciding to take responsibility for their own health and wellbeing. They are realising that there is a world of difference between optimal health and just the absence of disease. Many are understandably concerned about drug side effects and hospital 'superbugs'. However, a more natural approach to health is no longer just for the hippies - medical research is proving that Nature may know a thing or two!

 

Focus on Osteopathy

Focus on Osteopathy

Everyone has a different experience when they visit their osteopath ... ..


Massage Benefits are more than Skin Deep

Massage Benefits are more than Skin Deep

An Article by Roni Caryn Rabin

Does a good massage do more than just relax your muscles? To find out, researchers at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles recruited 53 healthy adults and randomly assigned 29 of them to a 45-minute session of deep-tissue Swedish massage and the other 24 to a session of light massage. ..


Still Counting Calories? Your Weight-Loss Plan May Be Outdated

Still Counting Calories? Your Weight-Loss Plan May Be Outdated

An article by Jane E. Brody - New York Times, July 19, 2011

Itís no secret that Americans are fatter today than ever before, and not just those unlucky people who are genetically inclined to gain weight or have been overweight all their lives. Many who were lean as young adults have put on lots of unhealthy pounds as they pass into middle age and beyond.

Itís also no secret that the long-recommended advice to eat less and exercise more has done little to curb the inexorable rise in weight. No one likes to feel deprived or leave the table hungry, and the notion that one generally must eat less to control body weight really doesnít cut it for the typical American.

So the newest findings on what specific foods people should eat less often ó and more importantly, more often ó to keep from gaining pounds as they age should be of great interest to tens of millions of Americans.
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