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Tip of the Day: Ways for Better Posture

Head in the clouds; feet on the earth. Think of the opposition of your head moving up, while your feet are releasing down. Don’t worry about putting your shoulders back. They’re probably rounding forward because your neck is poking forward and your ribcage is collapsed. Take 5 or 10 minutes out of your day to lie on the floor on your back with your head resting on a few inches of paperback books. Have one o ...

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Tip of the Day: Ways to Kick that Never Ending Cold

Sometimes when a cold lingers it is simply because we are dehydrated. This is particularly so if we have run a fever. How can you tell if you are dehydrated? Take a look at your skin. Is it dry or itchy? It may be time to hydrate. Take a break. Sometimes a cold is the body’s way of telling you to take a rest. If this seems unrealistic remember that chronic illness has a way of slowing you down till you get ...

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Tip of the Day: Ways to Remain Positive at Work

No Complaining- everyone needs to vent but instead of venting to anyone and everyone, know the people at work you are closest to and trust. Confide in those people when you need someone to emphasize with.  The rest of the time, keep it to yourself. Smile at people in the hallway. When someone asks a favor of you, and it’s reasonable, do it! Stay Organized ...

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Tip of the day: How to Avoid Getting AIDS

Human Immunodeficiency Virus, or HIV, is an infectious agent that has killed over 25 million people since the beginning of the epidemic in the early 1980s, and currently, over 33.4 million people in the world are infected with HIV or have AIDS. AIDS, Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, is the final stage of the HIV disease. The median survival time for someone infected with AIDS is approximately 6 to 9 mon ...

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Tip of the Day:Guidelines to Stay Focused at Work

In a world filled with instant access to information, coworkers and friends, finishing a solid eight hours of work seems nearly impossible. Avoiding distractions, however, is not a Herculean task, and just like getting to the gym each day, staying focused while at work is a matter of building good habits. ...

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Tip of the Day: Ways to Save Money

Switch your bank accounts to a bank that respects you. You should not be spending your hard-earned money on maintenance fees, but should be earning some serious interest on your checking and savings accounts. One big way to save money is to watch less television, because less exposure to guilt-inducing ads, more time to focus on other things in life, less electrical use, and so on will save you money. Make ...

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Tip of the Day: Ways to Control your Anger

Do you find yourself fuming when someone cuts you off in traffic? Does your blood pressure go through the roof when your child refuses to cooperate? Anger is a normal and even healthy emotion but it is important to deal with it in a positive way, as uncontrolled anger can take a toll on both your health and your relationships. Keeping your temper in check can be challenging, so use simple anger management t ...

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Tip of the Day: Steps for Giving a Good Back Massage

Everyone likes a good back massage but not everyone can afford to go to the massage therapist when their back hurts. Here are some tips on how you can improve your massaging skills and give a great back massage: One easy way to give the massage is to do what is called "raking". Here you use your fingertips with your fingers spread apart. Start at the shoulder area and move your hands down the back in a raki ...

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Tip of the Day: Ways to Stop Excessive Sweating

It is simple enough.  There are eating & drinking habits that encourage sweating and there are others that discourage it. One of the main things u should avoid is onions. Depending on the strength of the onions you are eating, you may sweat a lot or just a little. No matter what though you will sweat!  The pungency of onions has a heating effect that increases your circulation. This is what raises body ...

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