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Welcome to /r/Acne
Looking for a place to start? You should read [TLDR Redditor's Guide to Acne] (https://www.reddit.com/r/acne/comments/5osodm/tldr_redditors_guide_to_acne/) and [The Redditor's Guide to Acne] (http://www.reddit.com/r/acne/comments/1bs7nv/the_redditors_guide_to_acne_2013/)
If your skin does not improve with over the counter treatments and lifestyle/dietary changes, please go see a dermatologist.
Any discussions about acne are welcomed here :) Be nice to each other and try to follow the reddiquette.
If you're seeking advice or if you are posting a progress pic, please include past and current products/meds.
r/acne supports evidence based approach to acne treatment. Please do not post misinformation. Many of these acne myths, "natural remedies" or misinformation can be harmful as well. This includes linking masturbation and acne, using cold water to "close" pores, drinking more water to get rid of acne, putting baking soda or lemon juice on pimples, etc.
Safety first. Do not ask or give advice on how to obtain a Rx product without a prescription.
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About Alternative Health
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If you want to learn about alternative medicine, how alternative treatments can help you to heal some diseases and how to live healthy life, you've arrived. We welcome views, news, and articles about alternative health care for non-profit reasons.
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Non-Western medicine and health care news, stories, controversies, and questions.
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This is a positive environment for discussion of alternative health care, not a place to bash Western medicine.
Message the mods if you are unsure whether a link is appropriate.
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Barefoot & minimalist running: the strong feet collective.
Barefoot and minimalist submissions are welcome here at BarefootRunning.
For a subreddit for only unshod/completely barefoot running, see /r/barefoot.
Possible benefits of barefoot/minimalist running include more ground feel, stronger feet, pain/injury free running.
- Recommended videos
- The Truth about Barefoot Training
- Video: The Principles of Natural Running
- Running fast and injury free by Gordon Pirie
- Footgear is the greatest enemy of the human foot. -A Case for Bare Feet
- "a runner can avoid experiencing the large impact force by forefoot striking properly." Foot strike biomechanics
- "The modern running shoe and footwear generally reduce sensory feedback, apparently without diminishing injury-inducing impact" Barefoot Running
- Barefoot running is an evolutionarily sound, biomechanically sound, and statistically plausible way of improving running and reducing injury. Condensed Science
Start slowly, your body needs time to adapt to a radically different way of movement. Too much too soon will result in injury, possibly stress fractures or worse. Pretend you are learning how to run for the first time. Listen to your body, if you have pain while running, stop immediately. Going barefoot may change your shoe size (usually smaller & wider), so some recommend unshod before buying minimalist shoes. Run less than half a mile for your first time, and build up gradually, with rest days. You will be sore in new areas due to barefoot/minimalist running, but if you feel pain or soreness that does not go away after a few days, do not run.
Glass is an overblown concern. The soles of your feet will gradually toughen as you slowly increase your amount of barefooting. Be alert and constantly scan the ground for anything reflective, but especially watch out for cars pulling out/into driveways. Run against traffic.
BTR Born to Run (book)
HIIT High intensity interval training
MR Minimalist Runner/Running
TMTS Too Much Too Soon - stress fracture risk
TOFP Top of Foot Pain
VFF Vibram Five Fingers - specify model(s)
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Welcome to /r/EatCheapAndHealthy !!
> Remember, we come from a varied and diverse background, and all of us have different perceptions of what cheap and healthy means. There is no one right way to eat for all people and all budgets, and there is always room for improvement. Please keep things cordial and respectful, and if you think you have a better set of recipes, lead by example and post them!
Post your freezing, canning, recipes and ideas for people to eat both cheap and healthy.
> PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING SUBMISSION RULES:
> * All links must include a formatted recipe.
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> * EXAMPLE
Please be constructive with your comments! If you have a healthier option, please post that instead of discourse.
- moderators will remove comments or users who just sow discourse and do not add to the healthy discussions. It's just food but to some people, the recipes, images, discussions and interactions here can help them to get to a better place in their personal lives. We use reddiquete as a rule here and not just a good idea.
Please help us grow the community.
While we encourage new content we also want the bloggers and people who just post external links to interact with the community. Any questions concerning whether you are a blogger with a reddit account or a redditor with a blog can be found here. Please feel free to contact the mods with any questions or comments.
GOOD AND CHEAP COOKBOOK BY LEANNE BROWN for $4 per day meals and helpful to Americans on SNAP programs.
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Sometimes people do weird shit, like crunch ice cubes when low on iron. What if this is a misdirected adaptation originally developed to make anemics eat more bone marrow?
This subreddit is chartered as a place to explore an evolutionary approach to health and medicine.
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This subreddit is for news and reviews of fast food (aka quick-service), fast casual, and casual restaurants -- covering everything fast food from multinational chains, regional and local chains, food trucks and food carts, the neighborhood taqueria, street vendors, etc.
Know of any good specials, new menu items, expansions into new regions or countries, etc.?
Tell us about the fast food and street food in your country.
What is your favorite type of fast food?
Burgers, tacos, burritos, fried chicken, fish and chips, doner kebabs or shish kebabs, pizza, sandwiches, hot dogs, curry, falafel, chinese take-out, chicken nuggets, breakfast burritos, french fries, onion rings, gyros, sausage roll, currywurst, poutine, sandwich wrap, salchipapas, taquitos, samosas, shawarma, empenadas, banh mi, pierogies, sushi, croquettes, meatballs, frikandel, dumplings, crepes, frikadeller, arepas, gorditas, pupusas, chicken wings, curly fries, or ????
New and limited-time fast food items
Fast food news
- chewboom food news
- brandeating news
- theimpulsivebuy fast food news
- Eat Drink Deals - mostly fast casual and casual restaurants, plus app deals
Some restaurant chain specific reddits:
- Burger King
- Carl's Jr
- Dairy Queen
- Del Taco
- Dunkin Donuts
- Kentucky Fried Chicken
- /r/McLounge [for McD's employees]
- Olive Garden
- Panda Express
- Papa John's
- Pizza Hut
- Sonic Drive-In
- Subway enthusiasts
- Taco Bell
Other fastfood subreddits:
- Kids meals and their toys
- Fast Food War: upvote your favorite restaurant
- Tales From Fast Food
Plus a rather random collection of more food reddits:
- grilled cheese
- chicken nuggets
- chile con carne
- Coca Cola
- concession stands
- dinner: what's for dinner tonight?
- dinner exchange
- /r/doener (German)
- Dr Pepper
- /r/fishfingers: aka fish sticks
- /r/fried food
- /r/gems - for tater tots, etc.
- /r/ToFizzOrNotToFizz (sodas)
- where to eat?
- /r/Wings - for chicken wings
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For all things fibromyalgia. Share articles, stories, advice, and give support.
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Other subreddits you might like:
r/invisible (Invisible illnesses)
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For the half-minds and hounds alike, this subreddit is dedicated to all things hashing. On-on!
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For more information and a fun video, check out the links below. If you're interested in finding your local kennel, Google your city + hash house harriers. Almost every major city has one and in most cases, you can check out multiple kennels and find the best fit.
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If you have posted something and you believe it was removed as spam in error, please message the moderators to discuss.
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- /r/vegetarianketo - It's possible!
- /r/veganketo - Yes, you can do both!
- /r/ketodrunk - Keto & alcoholic beverages
- /r/1200isplentyketo - Keto for the calorically challenged
- /r/ketorecipes - Lots of recipes, food porn
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How to meditate - Stories relating to the practice of meditation.
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Zika, H5N1, Swine Flu, Bubonic Plague, Ebola, Hemorrhagic Fever, SARS, HIV/AIDS, you name it. This is a place for the discussion of all things disease related.
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Running US Meetup 2019
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This subreddit is a place for redditors to motivate each other to quit smoking. We welcome anyone who wishes to join in by asking or giving advice, sharing stories, or just encouraging someone who is trying to quit.