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Athlete dreams of being “in the zone”, there’s just one problem. You can’t put yourself into the zone. Sometimes it happens, sometimes it doesn’t. That’s where an appointment with a sport psychologist comes in.

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The original Pilates Contrology...what's that? Contrology is an exercise method developed by the late Joseph Pilates back in the 1920's and is the origin of what is now commonly referred to as Pilates.

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What makes for a good New Year's resolution? Learning more about how your brain forms and breaks habits!

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Inflammation is part of the body's normal healing process. Why does inflammation hurt? Read on to learn more.

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Is it really possible to lock lips, literally? Well, you can all breathe a little easier now. Locking braces is extremely rare.

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Summer is now officially upon us, but with just a little negligence the golden tan become an ugly shade of red. But what is actually happening to your skin to cause these effects?

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Lately it seems like all the foods we love are bad for our health. So it does not come as a surprise that cola beverages can have adverse effects on our bone mineral density.

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Some scientists believe that thrill-seekers are hardwired differently than risk-avoiders. Thrill-seekers may have fewer dopamine receptors (dopamine is a molecule that plays an important role in the reward and motivation center of the brain).

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Music makes the movie. Psycho's famous shower scene would be nothing without the accompanying high-pitched, blood-curdling violin crashes.

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