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Guest Post: Give Your Run A Boost With These 3 Tips

Brooke Cade is a freelance writer with Nature’s Sunshine products. She passionate about health and wellness and enjoys writing about all the things she loves in life, including running, yoga, … 623 more words



Now the autumn is in full swing here in the UK and the temperatures are falling, it may not seem like a pertinent time to talk about hydration. 713 more words


Medicines Used for Migraines & Depression

Are Medicines Needed? 

Migraines and depression are considered to be neurological diseases though some treat them as mental illnesses with the associated stigma . Both migraines and depression are energy crisis and can be stopped by voltage applied to specific brain regions in trouble. 1,214 more words


Portland Marathon Recap

The alarm on my phone rang. In one swift move, I snatched the phone and silenced the alarm before it could further disrupt my peaceful slumber. 1,347 more words


Global blood gas and electrolyte analyzer market to grow at a CAGR of 6.1% during 2014–2019

(EMAILWIRE.COM, October 07, 2015 ) About blood gas and electrolyte analyzer A blood gas and electrolyte analyzer (or blood gas analyzer) is used for testing blood. 31 more words

Salty, sweaty runners: keep your electrolytes in balance with Replace SR (CODE!!)

I’m a salty runner, and I’m not talking about my sense of humor, or my anchor tattoo. I sweat profusely when I work out, and I actually get SALTY after a long run, particularly on a hot day. 639 more words


A Quick Refreshing Homemade Sports Drink Recipe

Reading a book like “Born to Run” by Christopher MacDougall just before going to bed, makes any runner, good or bad, feels that he/she has the superpower ability to run like the Tahumaras or the great ultrarunners mentioned in the book. 586 more words

Trail Running Tips