Wellness Strategies

Medicine doesn't always come in a pill – many alternative therapies draw on age-old techniques




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First, it must be firmly stated that Spree does not make recommendations regarding therapies or treatments. We're capable of deciding what goes into a great slice of pizza or why a play is worth seeing, but, when it comes to health, we insist that readers consult their doctors. Consider the following articles as informational introductions to some increasingly popular health-related tactics.

 

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