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Dr. Mark Calarco
By Dr. Mark Calarco on Tue, Nov 15, 2016 - 3:13pm

The Environment’s Role in Mental Health and Addiction

It’s no secret poor environmental conditions increase a person’s risk for physical health problems, including cancer, cardiovascular disease, or other chronic illnesses. But many aren’t aware that these same factors negatively affect mental health and recovery, too.

A few of these environmental stressors include:

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Brown County Prosperity Group

We wish to connect to those who are concerned with the detrimental changes taking place in society. We are not religious wild eyed conspiracy theorists but we do believe there is a massive conspiracy for control taking place in every area of society. It is our opinion that this assault on our freedom has to be understood from a combination of natural and spiritual perspectives.

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Adam Lowry
By Adam Lowry on Mon, Jul 11, 2016 - 4:12pm

The Struggle of Subbing: Why Giving Up Dairy Seems so Hard

As a passionate environmentalist, I understand that the food and beverages we choose to consume significantly impact not only our own health, but also the health of our planet.

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Sandracmarshall
By Sandracmarshall on Fri, Jan 1, 2016 - 5:59am

Be sure that you are eating healthy when training

 Blackcore Edge Be sure that you are eating healthy when training. It is important to consume plenty of protein and limit your fat intake when you are trying to build muscle. That doesn't mean that you should start eating more; it means that you should eat a more sensibly. A vitamin or protein supplement can help you to get everything your body needs to build muscle. The best exercises for increasing your muscle bulk are those that utilize the large muscle groups.

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christineruffin
By christineruffin on Tue, Jul 28, 2015 - 12:54am

A lot of individuals make the error of boosting their protein

Pure Testo Xplode A lot of individuals make the error of boosting their protein intake at the same time they start working out. This can lead to an additional amount of calories than you need, and if you aren't exercising hard, you might gain fat instead of the muscle that you want. Gradually boost your protein intake by just a hundred calories a day or so. This gives your body the opportunity to convert the new fuel into muscle tissue.Do as many repetitions over as many sets as possible when working out.

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Arthur Robey

It all became clear to me why the Western world is malnourished.

We are using the wrong metaphore for the human body. The correct metaphore is a rain forest, an ocean reef or the magnificent biological complexity of the planet itself.

We are not pristine time pieces (The fading metaphore of the machine), we are walking swamps.

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sand_puppy
By sand_puppy on Mon, Oct 21, 2013 - 12:22am

Disputing a Hospital Bill

I came across a short youtube video that walks a person through the basics of how to contest a hospital bill.  

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Healthy Living

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