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Does your therapist have a secret wish list of things you should do to optimize your therapy? If you're one of the millions of people in the United States who sees a therapist, you may have had this exact thought.
A new year is a time for reflection and renewal. One of the best resolutions you can make this time of year is to spend more time in the kitchen. This list provides a path to get back in there with renewed energy.
I'm not even humming "The Weather Outside Is Frightful" because, thankfully, where I sit in upstate New York, it's been relatively warm and sunny. This has motivated me to get my holiday shopping done before being covered with the inevitable blanket of snow and ice.
I never would have thought the words, "I feel blessed to have AS", would roll off my tongue so frequently, but they honestly do. AS came along and joined me in life 16 years ago, and in that time, AS and I have gotten quite cozy together.
The key is to create a fitness routine that's tailored for your lifestyle.
Two out of three people experience back pain at some point in their lives. It's one of the most common reasons why people go to the doctor. Common back pain is often mechanical, meaning it's caused by wear and tear. It could be from a strained muscle, a herniated disc…
I don't know who coined the phrase, "Laughter is the best medicine," but I first connected the idea of laughter and health when I was little. My mother, a voracious reader of whodunits like Perry Mason and Agatha Christie, subscribed to one and only one magazine: the monthly Reader's Digest…
Millions of Americans suffer from joint-related issues like arthritis, a condition in which one or more of the joints are inflamed. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention projects that 67 million American adults will be living with arthritis by the year 2030.
If you have rheumatoid arthritis, holiday preparations can be tough. For starters, the holidays come at the coldest time of year (at least in the Northern Hemisphere), which can cause more problems for people with rheumatoid arthritis. And while cold weather doesn't cause arthritis, it may increase joint pain, according…