Jul 26
Tea: It Does the Body Good Studies that support the health benefits of tea drinking keep filling the headlines. There’s simply no denying that a daily spot of tea does the body good. Even though researchers can’t quite agree on every aspect, I’m sold on the fact that a few cups a day will do its best to protect me from heart disease, a stroke, cancer, and more. What Makes Tea Good for the Body? Tea contains high levels of antioxidants, some of which are called polyphenols, flavonoids, ...
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Jul 25
/p> Indoor air pollution in the form of dander, dust and pollen particulate matter can be a real irritant for suffers of asthma, allergies and other respiratory conditions. In addition to removal of all direct irritant sources and minimizing the irritant containment materials in your house, you should also consider the indoor ventilation and filtration system of home. Environmental control is the key to reducing exposure to indoor and outdoor allergens. Keeping a clean house free of ...
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Jul 24
What is... Blood Pressure? A free report from www.TheHighwayToHealth.com This article provides key extracts from a free pdf, which can be accessed at the above URL. * What's wrong with high blood pressure?* High blood pressure shows doctors what else is happening in your body. Years of experience and research tell doctors that high blood pressure is a sign of other problems including: Angina Heat Attack Heart Failure (it doesn't work as well as it should) Stroke If you can reduce your blood ...
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Jul 22
Noni Juice, Morinda Citrifolia Morinda Citrifolia , a deciduos creeping vine with twining stems and white flowers which is native to Malaysia, Austrailia, and Polynesia, is gaining popularity in the west due to it’s apparently wide ranging health benefits. Part of the Madder family, Morinda’s thick, intertwined purple roots are harvested in the spring and fall for use in herbal medicine and to make the increasingly popular noni juice. The Polynesian culture has long used morinda to treat ...
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Jul 21
Title: How to Jump-start Your Emotional Health Author: Patricia Wagner Article Word Count: 674 Contact Author: mailto:wagner.art@verizon.net Date of Copyright: copyright © 2004 by Patricia Wagner Author Photo: http://www.a-to-z-wellness.com/Images/PWagner.jpg Receive new articles: http://www.a-to-z-wellness.com/article-updates.htm Other Available Articles by Patricia Wagner http://www.a-to-z-wellness.com/wagner-articles.htm Publishing Guidelines: Feel free to use this article in ...
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Jul 19
Q: I had my spleen removed because of Hodgkins Disease. What should I use for stuffy sinus and constant hoarseness? - Patrick A: In my opinion, you shouldn't "use" anything, but go see a Chinese medicine (CM) practitioner (acupuncturist/herbalist) for the appropriate herbs for your condition, which I cannot diagnose over the internet. I wonder if you are hoarse because of over the counter decongestants? - B Q: I went to the Doctor because I was hoarse. With the sinus drainage and him thinking ...
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Jul 18
Is Your Focus on Disease, or Wellness? Both Western and Chinese medicine could be accused of focusing too much on disease treatment, rather than wellness. Practitioners from both medicines are taught to be problem-solvers and disease-curers instead of wellness promoters. You can't blame Western medical docs - most of their preventive advice is to avoid negative things. They don't really have a deep and powerful system of prevention. No wonder they don't see prevention as paramount. We can't ...
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Jul 16
Motivation, Discipline, & Persistence This book is meant to be primarily practical. It contains theory and philosophy as well, but its main function is to be a tool to improve your life. But most of the solutions in this book are not one-time magic bullets. You must continue to apply many of these frequently in order to bring yourself back into balance, and to maintain that balance. NEW HABITS, NEW LIFESTYLE But, as imperfect humans in a very demanding and distracting society, we have ...
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Jul 12
Your doctor will be able to spot issues such as this and help you to work around them when planning your diet. The secret to losing weight is to eat and drink the right kind of foods until you are satisfied. Skipping of meals is not the answer for weight loss, it can rather deteriorate your health. A healthy weight loss diet plan should include vegetables, fruits, grains, lentils and beans in your diet. Diet pill side effects can range from dizziness, nausea, increased urination, to the ...
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Jul 11
The action of testosterone can be in ways both beneficial and detrimental to the body. On the plus side, this hormone has a direct impact on the growth of muscle tissues, the production of red blood cells and overall well being of the organism. But it may also negatively effect the production of skin oils, growth of body, facial and scalp hair, and the level of both "good" and "bad" cholesterol in the body [among other things]. In fact, men have a shorter average life span than women, which is ...
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