Danish researchers have discovered that up to 40% of chronic back pain can be cured with antibiotics! Nope, not yoga or chiropractors or massage or surgery, just good old-fashioned antibiotics. More
We all know that exercise is just plain good for us: it promotes good health, regulates our body weight, assists our sleep cycle and keeps us feeling overall happier. Nevertheless, it’s always great to find out specific actions can help specific issues. In this case, it’s one that millions face daily: chronic lower back pains. More
Check out this post about high heels by Emerald Catron on Lemondrop.
Sure, they make your calves look great, but so does exercising. It turns out the reasons why high heels are a ridiculous part of your wardrobe are surprising and plentiful.
According to a survey of 4,000 British women, one in five said the fact that their feet would be killing them wouldn’t stop them from wearing a pair of heels, and more than half admitted to walking home barefoot. More
Sitting is easy, right? It might seem like the only no-brainer part of your job, but sitting for hours can have some serious health risks, like weight gain, chronic pain, stress and back injuries, and increased risk of diabetes and … More
My biggest relationship problem is that I rarely understand the problem. Instead, I develop back pain. I’m not a particularly reflective person. I’m constantly in motion (except when I’m watching “House”). In relationships, this usually means that I’m doing something … More