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MAKE TIME FOR SELF-CARE DURING A SELF-QUARANTINE

MAKE TIME FOR SELF-CARE DURING A SELF-QUARANTINE

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BENEFITS OF TURMERIC

BENEFITS OF TURMERIC

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  • COMBAT 'CORONAVIRUS ANXIETY' WITH YOGA

    March 17 2020 – Grace Laurian

    COMBAT 'CORONAVIRUS ANXIETY' WITH YOGA

    Harvard Medical School published a guide this week that was designed to help students cope with anxiety they experience as a result of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. Harvard’s primary suggestions are to practice yoga and meditate. Harvard Medical School’s John Sharp published a column last night on ways in which students can cope with anxiety they might be experiencing as...

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  • HEALTH BENEFITS OF HORSEBACK RIDING

    February 28 2020 – Hana Difrawy

    HEALTH BENEFITS OF HORSEBACK RIDING

    Before we all had cars to drive in, people used horses to get around, and almost everyone was taught to care and ride a horse. Today, our dependence on these large mammals is non-existent and horseback riding has become recreational. There are many obvious health benefits to riding, including strong core and legs, but there are also many less obvious...

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  • YOGA TRENDS 2020

    February 20 2020 – Grace Laurian

    YOGA TRENDS 2020

    Since ancient times, Yoga is one of the things that have stayed until now. In fact, trends change every year! All is meant to keep the benefits of yoga but with additions that could heighten or change the experience of Yoga. Check out these classes and find yourself pleasantly surprised by the experiences! Here are the recent trends of Yoga for 2020:...

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  • PLANTAR FASCIITIS AND THE BENEFITS OF SPLINTING

    February 05 2020 – Hana Difrawy

    PLANTAR FASCIITIS AND THE BENEFITS OF SPLINTING

     What is Plantar Fasciitis? Plantar fasciitis is a common and often persistent kind of repetitive strain injury afflicting runners, walkers and hikers, and nearly anyone who stands for a living — cashiers, for instance — especially on hard surfaces. Working on concrete and running on pavement are probably risk factors. It causes mainly foot arch pain and/or heel pain Morning...

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