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Is It Really Sinusitis?

Is It Really Sinusitis?

Simple Self-Test Plus Remedies That Work Don’t assume that it’s merely a bad cold when you’re stuffed up and feeling lousy for more than the usual seven to 10 days. It could be something worse—and much harder to get rid of. It could be sinus

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Colon-Cleansing Products

Colon-Cleansing Products

Cleaning your colon is easier than you think with the help of an over-the-­counter colon-cleansing kit. These products, available at health-food stores and drugstores, claim to eliminate toxins from the body…promote better colon function…relieve

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Special Spinach Extract Puts an End to Mindless Eating

Special Spinach Extract Puts an End to Mindless Eating

Some people just can’t stop eating and eating no matter what—and it's not because they’re hungry. They simply like to eat. If you thought a visit to a psychiatrist or gastric-banding surgeon were the only ways to fix that, hold on. A dietary su

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Publication: Daily Health News

Bottom Line's Guide to 11 Ways to a New You!

Bottom Line's Guide to 11 Ways to a New You!

Do you find that making resolutions, whether big ones or small ones, is easy—relatively—but keeping them is tough? You might start out enthusiastic. But will you still feel as eager in a month? Or half a year? We understand! That's why we've cre

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Beat Social Anxiety Disorder with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Beat Social Anxiety Disorder with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

If you are alone day in and day out, you may be one of the 15 million Americans who has social anxiety disorder. Everyone gets socially nervous from time to time, but when it’s truly difficult to get "out there" because you feel too shy or awkward

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Publication: Daily Health News

Superfoods You Can Prepare in Seconds

Superfoods You Can Prepare in Seconds

Try these delicious, disease-fighting meals... In a perfect world, our diets would consist of nothing but those nutritional powerhouses known as "superfoods." But what if you don't have the time or culinary know-how to prepare these foods day in and

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A Will Only Helps When You're Dead

A Will Only Helps When You're Dead

Here's How to Protect Your Assets While You're Alive Many people spend lots of time carefully crafting their wills so that their assets will be distributed properly when they die. But they often pay too little attention, or no attention at all, to

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How to Juice for Healing Power

How to Juice for Healing Power

Juice has gotten a bad rap. We're often advised to eat whole fruits and vegetables—for the fiber and because they are lower in calories than an "equal" amount of juice. But for the many Americans who don't eat the recommended three to five servings

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The Best Thing I Did in 2014 That You Can Do in 2015

The Best Thing I Did in 2014 That You Can Do in 2015

Inspiring Ideas from Bottom Line's Experts With 2015 rapidly approaching, we asked a wide range of our experts to share one thing they did in 2014 that went so well for them that they would recommend our readers try it in the coming year. Edgar Dwo

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Guide to Speedy Natural Cures for Sore Muscles—No Drugs Needed

Guide to Speedy Natural Cures for Sore Muscles—No Drugs Needed

When you have sore muscles from sitting too long…exercising too hard…an injury…or a medical condition, you might automatically reach for a painkilling drug. Don't do it! There are better ways to relieve those painful muscles that work just as w

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Publication: Daily Health News

Gentle Ways to Get Better Sleep

Gentle Ways to Get Better Sleep

When you're really wrestling with insomnia, it's tempting to go to your doctor and ask for one of the sleep medications we see advertised on TV—Ambien or Lunesta—or an older tranquilizing drug such as Valium. While short-term use of one of these

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January 2015 Checklist

January 2015 Checklist

Plan for Social Security ­changes: On January 1, 2015, benefits increase by 1.7% to a maximum of $2,663 each month. Current workers: Maximum taxable earnings increase from $117,000 to $118,500. Review retirement plan co

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How to Invest in Scotch Whisky

How to Invest in Scotch Whisky

Wine is no longer the only investment-grade intoxicant. The Rare Whisky Apex 1,000 Index, which tracks the value of 1,000 collectible Scotch whiskies, climbed an impressive 220% in value from its inception at the start of 2009. But investing in whisk

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Red Wine or White Wine: Does It Matter to Your Heart?

Red Wine or White Wine: Does It Matter to Your Heart?

One of the most satisfying and simplest pleasures in life is enjoying a great glass of wine in the evening. And we’ve been told that having a glass of red wine with meals is one of the best things for heart, health and longevity. It’s touted as o

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Publication: Daily Health News

12 Movies That Changed the Way Movies Are Made

12 Movies That Changed the Way Movies Are Made

There are many great movies, but only occasionally does a movie come along that has a large and lasting impact on the films that follow. These 12 movies are worth watching—or rewatching—for their cinematic importance, not just their quality… A

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Do You Have a Gallstone and Not Know It?

Do You Have a Gallstone and Not Know It?

Take these steps to avoid surgery... You probably don't give much thought to your gallbladder—that four-inch, pear-shaped sac tucked beneath your liver. When it's working properly, it stores a liquid (bile) that plays an important role in digestin

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Should You Take an Antiviral for the Flu?

Should You Take an Antiviral for the Flu?

Oops—score one for people who don't think very highly of flu vaccinations. Every year, the World Health Organization and the FDA try to predict which three or four strains of flu virus will be most prevalent in the next flu season, and vaccines are

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Publication: Daily Health News

How to Wreck Your Immune System

How to Wreck Your Immune System

It's surprisingly easy to do... Nobody wants to spend time sick in bed feeling miserable with a cold, the flu or any other illness. But here's the catch: Even if you stay well-rested, exercise and eat healthfully, you still could be sabotaging you

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How to Argue with Your Spouse

How to Argue with Your Spouse

You can argue and still have a happy marriage—if your arguments lead to solutions rather than lingering bitterness. Four ways to encourage this… • Alter argument patterns. Many couples have fallen into argument patterns that lead to more anger

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High-Tech Ways to Age at Home

High-Tech Ways to Age at Home

It's now easy to take care of your health needs on your own... Where do you plan to live during your retirement years—including your latest years? If you're like most people, you want to stay right at home. But that doesn't work for everyone. Peo

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