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on April 03, 2020
Make an easy face mask in spite of coronavirus shortage
on April 03, 2020
Make an easy face mask in spite of coronavirus shortage. No sewing needed, and in many cases you may already have these things at home, or they are easily gotten. ... Read full article
by Adam Weis, MD on March 25, 2020
by Adam Weis, MD on March 25, 2020
Adam Weis, MD, Pediatrician at Rochester Regional Health, says talking to children about the new coronavirus can be challenging for parents and guardians.... Read full article
by Dr. Eric Berg DC on March 14, 2020
Susceptibility to the Coronavirus? No One is Talking About This
by Dr. Eric Berg DC on March 14, 2020
Can your immune system stand up against the coronavirus? Watch this video to find out what you need to know about this pandemic. ... Read full article
by Vivian Manning-Schaffel on March 13, 2020
Washing your hands the right way
by Vivian Manning-Schaffel on March 13, 2020
Washing your hands is likely a perfunctory and frequent a part of your daily routine. Yet, it never ceases to amaze Dr. Robert Segal, MD, founder of Medical Offices of Manhattan, how many full-grown adults manage to do a less-than ideal job... Read full article
by Peter Schelden on March 13, 2020
Do Zinc Lozenges Work for Viral Infections?
by Peter Schelden on March 13, 2020
They may soothe a sore throat, but can zinc lozenges actually shorten the length of a viral infection? The question is getting a fresh look after coronavirus researcher James Robb's email suggesting the mineral supplement to friends and family leaked... Read full article
by ShopCoolRoc on March 12, 2020
Jump Start to Forming Healthy Habits!
by ShopCoolRoc on March 12, 2020
You decide to get back on the road to better health and don't know where to start.... here is a healthy tip to help you jumpstart the process to a new you!... Read full article
by HelpGuide.org on March 12, 2020
How to Start Exercising and Stick to It
by HelpGuide.org on March 12, 2020
If you’re having trouble beginning an exercise plan or following through, you’re not alone. Many of us struggle getting out of the sedentary rut, despite our best intentions. You already know there are many great reasons to exercise... Read full article
by Norman Lebrecht on March 12, 2020
SOME EXPERT ADVICE ON CORONAVIRUS
by Norman Lebrecht on March 12, 2020
Dr. Robb is a recognized expert in biospecimen science with over 50 years of experience in molecular pathology, virology, and genetics. He is board certified in anatomic pathology, clinical pathology, cytopathology, and dermatopathology. ... Read full article
by ShopCoolRoc on March 12, 2020
Travel Can Help Your Mental Health
by ShopCoolRoc on March 12, 2020
Ever feel like you are stuck in a rut? Taking a vacation and having a change of scenery, even if it is just a couple of hours down the road, can work wonders, and it has been scientifically proven that travel provides a number of benefits ... Read full article
by Fatima Razic on May 02, 2019
3 steps to follow to regain your faith in yourself
by Fatima Razic on May 02, 2019
Spring always reminds me of fresh starts, renewal and rebirth. Looking at nature starting anew after the hibernation period reminds me of our cyclical nature and that pause, reflection and being dormant are all part of the natural cycle we, humans, a... Read full article
by Greater Rochester Chiropractic on September 21, 2016
Autumn Leaves Signal it’s Time for a New Workout
by Greater Rochester Chiropractic on September 21, 2016
Now that autumn is in the air, summertime recreational activities such as camping, going to the lake or beach, volleyball, and surfing begin to take a back seat and we look to focus on more prosaic forms of exercise. Strength training activities and ... Read full article
by Greater Rochester Chiropractic on September 17, 2016
Hydration for Health
by Greater Rochester Chiropractic on September 17, 2016
Approximately 71 percent of the earth's surface is composed of water. Similarly, 60 to 70 percent of the average adult human body is composed of water. 72 pounds, or 36 quarts, of water. If you're a 175-pound male, you're carrying around at least 105... Read full article

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