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  • How to Prevent Back Pain

    The advances in modern technology have made our lives more convenient and efficient. You can use mobile devices and other gadgets to complete your work, order your food, do your shopping, and get your entertainment. However, too much reliance on the digital world is not without its drawbacks – our bodies were not created to be still for too long. As a result, back pain is a very common complaint in America today. Here are few tips on how to prevent back pain:

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  • Sleeping with Lower Back Pain

    A good night’s sleep can help boost energy levels and productivity during your waking hours. However, if you have low back pain, getting that much needed shut eye to ‘recharge’ yourself can be a problem. Here are a few tips to help you sleep better when suffering from low back pain:

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  • Sciatica: Causes and Treatments

    What is sciatica? Sciatica is the pain that develops when your sciatic nerve is pinched or compressed. The sciatic nerve is responsible for movement and feeling in the legs, buttocks, and lower back. Damage to the sciatic nerve may be manifested as leg pains, muscle cramping in the legs and lower back, back pain radiating down the leg, discomfort from sitting and standing for long periods of time; weakness, numbness, or tingling in the leg; loss of mobility in the knee, ankle, or hip.

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  • 10 Foods That Help Strengthen Your Bones

    According to research studies, about 1 in 2 women and 1 in 4 men over the age of 50 will sustain a fracture due to osteoporosis – a condition characterized by an abnormal loss of bone mineral density.

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