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Tackle Lower Back Pain with Functional Training
A lot of people suffer from low back pain. How do you tackle the issue with functional training? Sofie Renier shows some exercises you can do yourself.
Can you Prevent a Heart Attack?
Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer. A heart attack is one of the most common types. Can you sense the onset of a heart attack and prevent it? Are you at any greater risk when exercising?
Beat MS With a Healthy Diet - A Remarkable Life Story
Doctor Terry Wahls is besides a clinical professor a patient with secondary MS, which confined her to a wheelchair for 4 years. She fully restored her health however using diet and lifestyle changes and now pedals back to her work every day.
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Important Breakthrough in Development of First Vaccine Against Alzheimer's Disease
A team of American and Australian researchers has made an important breakthrough in the fight against Alzheimer's disease. The scientists developed a vaccine that can possible halt and fight the disease.
Neck or Back Pains Because of Your Tablet? This is How You Can Avoid Them
"We are confronted with a generation of children with a tablet-neck", claims professor physical therapy Annick Timmermans. Some tips to limit the damage.
"Obesity Possibly Contagious"
According to a study which was published in the professional journal Nature, obesity is possibly a contagious affliction which is transferred by bacteria.
Health Tips for Desk-Jockeys [infographic]
Most of us are 'desk-jockeys'. We spend all day behind a desk, staring at our computers. That is not quite ideal for your health, and especially not for your eyes.
Troubled by Stomach-Aches? 5 Common Causes
Few things are as annoying as irritated bowels and the fear that those intestinal gases will escape the body unexpectedly in public. Why is it that our bowels are on some days more troublesome than on others?
Six Hours of Sleep Per Night May Be Just As Unhealthy as No Sleep At All
This intriguing study shows how easily we underestimate the importance of sleep. Six hours of sleep per night is not enough to be productive, even though many people think it is. What's more, six hours of sleep might be just as bad as not sleeping at all.
Break-through in Cancer Research: Achilles' Heel of Cancer has been Found
British scientists claim to have found cancer's Achilles' heel. That is the crucial conclusion of years of their research on fighting the disease.