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Should You Work out When You’re Sore?

When you’re involved in a new activity or you strain your body muscle, soreness could occur. Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) occurs 48 to 72 hours after you work out. There are chances of your muscle fibers getting small tears. The answer to the question “should you work out when …

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What to Do When You’re Sick

If you have the sniffles, the flu or even a cough, your life will become miserable, at least for a few days or weeks. The flu season is usually at its peak around January or February, but you can take a number of steps to avoid getting sick. Keep reading …

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Should You Work out When You’re Sore?

When you’re involved in a new activity or you strain your body muscle, soreness could occur. Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) occurs 48 to 72 hours after you work out. There are chances of your muscle fibers getting small tears. The answer to the question “should you work out when …

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What Happens When You Don’t Eat?

We have to have food to survive, but as everyone learned in school, the body can last longer without food than water. In fact, some studies show that some people can go up to 70 days without food. This is because our bodies are designed to withstand stress. The defense …

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When to Stop Swaddling Babies

New parents keep asking when to stop swaddling their babies for some reasons. Although swaddling is a nice way to comfort and soothe your baby, the problem is that you may not like the situation when your baby becomes too dependent on swaddling to go to sleep. You may also do …

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When to Get a Tetanus Shot

Tetanus is a very rare yet serious disease caused by the Clostridium tetani. Tetanus infection happens when the bacteria gets into the boy through cuts, puncture wounds or deep scrapes; this is especially possible when the wound is dirty, as the bacteria lives in soil, manure and even dust. When …

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Should You Work out When You’re Sore?

When you’re involved in a new activity or you strain your body muscle, soreness could occur. Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) occurs 48 to 72 hours after you work out. There are chances of your muscle fibers getting small tears. The answer to the question “should you work out when …

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What Causes Hip Pain When You Sit?

Hip pain from walking, sitting or even standing for long periods can lead to chronic hip pain that is nearly disabling. It can interrupt your daily routine and lower your quality of life. Chronic hip pain that lasts for longer than a few weeks should be evaluated and treated to make …

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