May 23
SETTING UP YOUR OFFICE FOR ―HEALTH” By: Dr. Loretta Lanphier ND, CCN, HHP If you work and are spending one third to one half of your day in an office setting then your surroundings there are as important as those in your home. Although we usually have little control over the buildings we work in, being aware of problems that can affect us will enable us to take counter-measures and may encourage the creation of stimulating and nurturing environments. Below are 10 steps that will help ...
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May 22
"SMOKING IS INJURIOUS TO HEALTH"... The above mentioned phrase is very famous. Everyone knows this fact. Then the question that comes into mind is why people smoke? Ask any current smoker why he continues to indulge himself in such a dangerous activity and he will normally reply "Because I like smoking". While he may say this in aal honesty, it is a very misleading statement both to the listener and to the smoker himself. he does not smoke because he enjoys smoking rather he smokes because he ...
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May 21
Dr. Mary Lynch was a traditionally-trained orthopedist specializing in sports medicine for 15 years. After her partner was killed in a plane crash 15 years ago, she resolved to follow heart and immerse herself in the reasons why what she had been trained to do for people rarely actually helped them. "I had a very high satisfaction rate from clients," says Lynch, "But when I followed up for five-year, ten-year and fifteen-year intervals what we found was the underlying disease process ...
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May 20
You have permission to freely publish this article electronically or in print as long as the resource box below is included. A courtesy copy of your publication would be appreciated. Title: 4 Ways to Prevent the Number One Women’s Health Problem Author: Julie Lenz URL: http://www.pcoscoach.com Word: 446 Author's Email: Julie@pcoscoach.com Article Category: Health, Women’s Health, Heart 4 Ways to Prevent the Number One Women’s Health Problem by Julie Lenz What disease kills more American ...
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May 19
A ranch house, a zip lock bag and some ordinary flour Two experiments:
  • Some ordinary wheat flour such as can be found in most homes placed with some water in a zip-lock plastic bag. A magnet is passed over the bag and an extraordinary thing happens - Iron particles start popping out and attaching themselves to the side of the bag, forming clusters of what looked like iron filings.
  • The next experiment involves placing a well-known brand of cereal into a bowl of water. The magnet is again
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    May 18
    The prostate is a walnut sized gland that sits just below the bladder in men and is an integral part of the male reproductive system. Made up of two lobes and enclosed by a layer of tissue, the prostate goes through two main periods of growth. The first occurs early in puberty, when the prostate doubles in size. At around the age of 25, the gland begins to grow again. This second growth phase often results in what is identified as an enlarged prostate. As the prostate gets larger, the layer of ...
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    May 17
    Calves are burning, knees hurt and legs feel like Jello. After a major hike, the body is asking, ―why the torture?” How to deal with post-hiking pain and recovery is something every hiker faces as they advance to more strenuous levels. For day-hikers, backpackers and trail runners, after-care for pain is a very real part of the sport. Injuries and lactic acid build-up can keep a hiker sidelined for days and make the simple act of going down stairs excruciating. Many precautions can ...
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    May 16
    This website (http://www.healingsos.com)is dedicated both to alternative medicine and all the natural healing arts of the past and of the future. Optimum health occurs on all levels of our being, physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. 'Healing Guide - The Big Picture' is the most comprehensive health care software ever designed for anyone to use - cheap and affordable, user friendly, enjoyable with beautiful graphics and music, with various self-diagnosing tools giving detailed explanations ...
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    May 15
    Your energy levels will depend on several factors, including genetics, nutrition, sleep habits, and emotional stress. Some of these you have no control over But there is one VERY important factor that you do have control over and that is your ability to take part in physical exercise. Need a source of vast power and energy? Look no further than your gym. The link between physical fitness and energy is so strong, that doctors have lately been prescribing exercise as treatment for chronic ...
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    May 14
    Treadmills have become the hottest home exercise choice. According to the National Sporting Goods Association, treadmill sales have exceeded those of all other home exercise equipment. It's easy to understand why. Next to good shoes, a treadmill may be a runner's best friend. Practically anything your training demands--hills, intervals, tempo, long distance--you can do on a treadmill. And you can log those miles while watching Seinfeld or keeping an eye on your kids, without worrying about ...
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