Want To Run Faster? You May Want To Change Your Stride

Posted on: 9 December 2014
Many weekend warriors hit the treadmills and park paths every week, hopeful that they will improve their times and distance. Unfortunately, many of these runners find that each week brings the same exact results despite their best intentions for improvement. If you're a runner who wants to run faster, you may need to analyze and adjust your stride as the first step towards improving your speed. Do you land on your heels?
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3-Step Nightly Home Treatment For Your Pink Eye Symptoms

Posted on: 8 December 2014
If you have pink eye, you may be experiencing symptoms such as pain, swelling, and discharge. Along with any prescribed treatment, you can also use the following three-step treatment every night before going to bed to help soothe your discomfort. The ingredients can be found in pharmacies, herbal shops, and most grocery stores. Step 1:  Rose Water Rinse Rose water flushes away dust, bacteria, and other gunk that has accumulated in and around your eye during the day.
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Four Tips When Preparing Your Child For The First Day Of Kindergarten

Posted on: 4 December 2014
Preparing your child for school can mean a lot of work; you will have to get the school clothes ready, vaccines and supplies, among many other things to prepare them for their first day. There are some things that you are bound to forget, and there are some things that you probably will not need. There are also some things that are essential for registering your child in school and getting them started on the first day.
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3 Unusual Things That May Worsen Allergies

Posted on: 2 December 2014
If you're noticing an increase in your allergy symptoms, the cause may surprise you. While you probably know that ragweed, pet dander, mold, pollen and chemicals can lead to a runny nose, watery eyes, a scratchy throat and sneezing, you may not know that certain health conditions and medications can also worsen your symptoms. Here are three unusual things that may exacerbate your allergies: 1. GERD GERD, or gastroesophageal reflux disease, causes stomach acid to travel up into your esophagus, and in severe cases, reach your sinus passages.
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