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Sorry honey, I’ve got a headache

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Vitamins are medicines too

Vitamins are medicines too

One in two vitamin consumers doesn't consider the risk of interaction with other medication.

Travelling with medication

Travelling with medication

YOURLifeChoices simplifies the task at hand with a handy guide to travelling with medication.

Better balance = fewer falls

Better balance = fewer falls

The key to being more stable on your feet, is understanding how your balance works.

Regenerate your immune system

Regenerate your immune system

Fasting for just three days could be enough to regenerate your entire immune system.

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