‘Spring’ into Fitness

March 11, 2019

With the first day of spring arriving on March 20, the weather is becoming more pleasant making it compatible to ‘spring’ into exercise.  Even if you haven’t worked out over the cold winter months, the spring offers an ideal time for a physical renewal. Exercising regularly is one of the best things you can do […]

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What is Mild Pain?

March 4, 2019

The feeling of physical pain varies greatly — mild, sharp, severe, dull. To achieve optimal pain relief results, it is recommended that you learn the symptoms for different types of pain, so you can best describe them to a doctor.  Pain may be sharp or dull. It may come and go, or it may be […]

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Customized Home Care that Serves up Dignity & Independence

February 25, 2019

When investment banker Sam Cross traveled from his home in Chicago to Colorado to tend to a family crisis, little did he know the trip would change his career and his life. His aunt had developed early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, his uncle was battling Stage 4 lung cancer—and his exhausted mother was trying to care for […]

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Meet Terrorist Therapist and Wellness Warrior: Dr. Lieberman

February 18, 2019

Meet Salonpas Wellness Warrior, Meet Dr. Carole Lieberman, a well known psychiatrist who devotes her life to helping people keep calm and carry on in the face of terrorism. As The Terrorist Therapist, Dr. Lieberman has written award-winning books and appeared on TV and in other media. She authored the award-winning book Lions and Tigers […]

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Beyond Diet and Exercise: Dr. Willey’s Obtainable Goals

February 11, 2019

Dr. Warren Willey is the author of Obtainable: Enjoy the Body and Energy You’ve Always Wanted -Beyond Diet and Exercise which addresses the importance of proper eating and exercising, supplements, and sleep. Dr. Willey, a former bodybuilder, is a Medical Director of a Functional Medicine and primary care office in southeast Idaho, has  invested his decades-long career into […]

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The Fit and Food Connection

February 4, 2019

Meet Salonpas Wellness Warrior, Joy Millner, co-founder and co-director of St. Louis, MO non-profit The Fit and Food Connection (FAFC), which provides nutrition and fitness resources to low-income families and individuals in the St. Louis county area, including food assistance, fitness classes, nutrition seminars and one-on-one fitness and nutrition coaching. All of the programs are free […]

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What is Moderate Pain?

January 28, 2019

“How would you rate your pain on a scale of 0 to 10, with 0 being no pain and 10 being the worst pain you can imagine,’ is a question all pain sufferers have heard from their doctor.  While this is a reasonable question, except for the fact that no one ever tells you what […]

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January 21, 2019

Product brand managers worldwide huddle with their communications and public relations advisors to figure out how to get celebrities to try and be seen with their products.  As reported by Wikipedia, “celebrity branding is a type of branding, or advertising, in which a celebrity becomes a brand ambassador and uses his or her status in society to promote a product, service or […]

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Reduce Winter Aches & Pains

January 14, 2019

During the cold and dry winter months, more people complain about body aches and pains. What should we do if our bodies feel more pain when the temperatures dip lower? “Oftentimes when weather changes, people’s injuries or joints tend to ache a little bit more,” says Linda Scholl, physical therapist at the University of Utah […]

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Five Helpful Tips For Staying Fit And Fantastic After Age 50

January 7, 2019

(NAPS)—About one in every three Americans is age 50 or older. If you or someone you care about is among them—or hopes to be someday—it may be wise to heed these five hints on keeping healthy, active and pain-free as you age. They come from Dr. Bob Arnot, an award-winning author of 12 books on […]

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