7 Home Remedies for a Stuffy Nose

Whether it’s from allergies or illness, a stuffy nose can really put a damper on your day-to-day wellbeing. It’s an annoying problem to have, but it’s not one you have to helplessly suffer through. Get some relief with these techniques and free yourself from the sniffles today.   1) Use Aromatics   Natural ingredients can…

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Ways to Improve Air Quality at Home

  Poor air quality isn’t just a problem you deal with on your morning commute. It can actually seep into your home. Dust mites, mold spores, pet dander, pollen and other allergens can fly through the rooms in your house, making you or your family members sick. Things like lead, formaldehyde and other chemicals can…

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Keeping Your Children Healthy Year Round

While we may talk about “flu season” once January and February roll around, the truth is that with kids, every season is “sick season.” Between allergies, summer camps, and back-to-school, there are lots of ways for kids to get sick.   Here are some tips on keeping your kids healthy throughout each season of the…

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Daily Meditation for Natural Health

Meditation has been practiced for thousands of years–originating in India and quickly spreading throughout Asia and beyond. The first anthropological evidence of meditation suggests that the practice arose in the vedantist sect of Hinduism–but it has since been adopting into virtually every major system of religion and spirituality. In recent years, a plethora of scientific…

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5 Ways to Keep Healthy This Winter

Along with winter comes all types of germs and viruses. In order to remain healthy throughout the colder weather months of the year, you’ve got to be proactively protecting yourself from illness. One of the ways that you do just that is make use of products designed to keep you healthy daily. Here are five…

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Seven Tips for a Healthy Voice

You don’t need to be singing opera every night or giving speeches nonstop to damage your voice. We use or in some cases abuse our voice and vocal cords without even thinking about it. We talk to our family and friends, have meetings and phone calls, and sing along with the radio. Just one too…

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Your Go-To Office Survival Kit

Got an Office Survival Kit? Every Well-Prepared, Upwardly Mobile Employee Should Have One, says One Expert Coping with sudden laryngitis on the day of the big presentation or that chili-stained tie shows you’re a strategic planner and valuable problem solver   Sure, they’re minor office calamities – an unraveling skirt hem, a food-stained tie –…

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