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Natural Alternatives to the Top 5 Most-Prescribed Drugs

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America has become a nation of pill poppers. In the last 12 years, the percentage of people taking five or more prescription drugs has nearly doubled, to 15% from 8%.

Nearly 60% of American adults now take at least one drug daily. That’s up from 51% just a dozen years earlier.1

Big Pharma spends millions every year on advertising and marketing.

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5 Proven Home Remedies for Arthritis Pain

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The 50 million Americans with arthritis pay a high price for their pain. They spend more than $100 billion a year on treatments.1

Sufferers often take daily doses of over-the-counter analgesics such as acetaminophen and ibuprofen. Or they may turn to prescription NSAIDs or opioid painkillers. Some patients add sleep medications and antidepressants to overcome the insomnia and stress of dealing with constant pain.

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Surprising Way to Use the Placebo Effect to Beat Back Pain

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You probably think you know how the placebo effect works… Someone gives you a pill or other treatment for a health condition. Unbeknownst to you, the pill is fake. It doesn’t contain any active ingredient. But you get better anyway. Your belief in the treatment is what heals you.

Now, a new groundbreaking study shows the placebo effect works even when you know you’re getting fake treatment.

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How This Olympic Craze Can Help You Beat Back Pain

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Ever since swimmer Michael Phelps showed up at the Olympics looking like he’d gone ten rounds with a plunger, cupping has become the hot new trend in alternative health.

Phelps is just one of several athletes at the games sporting the telltale circular purple-red marks of cupping. Olympic gymnasts and wrestlers are also using the treatment. They say it fights soreness and helps their muscles warm up before competition.

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