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    Clear Answers to the Age Old Question: Can Your Mind Heal Your Body?

    If you’re sick, can you think yourself healthy? How much power does your mind really have when it comes to healing your body? These are questions that have been debated for decades. Some experts feel that your...

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    8 Benefits of Having an Open Mind and How to Get One

    If I told you that last week I took $50 from a cash register at the local market what would you think? Would you look down on me for stealing? Maybe you’d be angry because you go...

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    3 Ways How To Strengthen Your Immune System For Better Health

    In a way, your body is actually a fortress that is constantly being besieged by a host of very nasty characters. In the struggle to survive, a number of pathogens may decide that you look like a...

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    Use Energy Healing Methods To Improve Your Life

    While Standard Medical Care, SMC, has done wonders in alleviating some of mankind’s worst diseases and conditions, it is, unfortunately, not a be-all and end-all. Many people who suffer from chronic pain, injuries, and other problems have...

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    Improve Your Health – Deep Breathing Benefits

    There are many deep breathing benefits to your health, including both physical and mental benefits. Practicing this technique can help reduce your blood pressure, improve breathing conditions such as asthma, reduce stress and pain, and increase your...

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    5 Ways to Improve Memory the Natural Way

    Although there is no solid scientific evidence that can establish the inverse correlation between age and memory, it is believed that one’s ability to retain information by means of memory decreases through age. Memory loss is believed...

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    Increasing Life Expectancy in 4 Effective yet Simple Ways

    It has been scientifically well established that our genes account for only a third of our life expectancy, while the rest (a whopping 70%) depends on our lifestyle: what we do, what we eat, what we drink,...