Susan Watson

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How to make a matcha latte, the healthy new coffee alternative people are obsessed with

Thanks to its many health benefits, matcha tea is a trendy new coffee alternative.<p>Matcha is essentially a finely ground powder made from green tea leaves, and one serving of matcha tea has the nutritional equivalent of 10 cups of regularly brewed green tea, as well as 137 times more …

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How to Cope When Chronic Pain Creates Anxiety—With Tools to Calm & Soothe

Shares 3K<p>A toolkit of ways to calm and quell anxiety when you live in chronic pain<p>When you have chronic pain it’s natural to feel anxious, especially …

Knee replacement surgery gives more pain relief, but riskier: study

Print<p>People with knees worn out by arthritis will get more pain relief from joint replacement surgery, but it has more risks and there’s a good …

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Contemplating Your Child’s Future And Cord Blood Banking

<i>This post is brought to you by LifeBankUSA.</i>You have a lot of things to think about while you’re pregnant. Common things that new parents give serious …

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For pregnant women, sleepless nights can kick in long before the baby arrives

One of the great injustices of pregnancy – and there are many – is the impact that little human has on your ability to sleep, even before they’re waking you up for night feedings. Pregnancy makes most women tired, particularly in the first and third trimesters, but it also brings with it insomnia …

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Doctor Calvin Ezrin based diet advice on science

A lot of folks apparently still needed to hear this: Eating that slice of chocolate cake feels good not because it satisfies your gut but because it creates a surge of serotonin, a chemical in your brain that regulates well-being and pleasure. The chemical spike is temporary; the calories, however, …