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Tips for Reviving Dry Feet

Scientists estimate that the human body is roughly 70% water. Combine that with the fact that all of the essential physical functions—digestion, breathing, muscle movement—require this valuable resource and it is easy to understand the importance of adequate...

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Treatments for Nerve Pain

Nerve pain isn’t like other kinds of injuries, like a broken bone or a stubbed toe. When nerves are disrupted through an illness or physical pressure, it impairs (or even breaks) the connection between your brain and your body. All of a sudden, you may feel...

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