Aug 31
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Aug 28
Chinese New Year The Chinese New Year does not fall on the same date each year, though it is always in January or February. This year, Chinese New Year will start on February 9th this is because it is a new moon day, first day of the first Chinese lunar month in the Chinese Lunar Calendar system. How is it spent? Brace yourself and I’m going to take you to a wonderful 15 day adventure…The first day in the Chinese New Year season is said to be •the welcoming of the gods of heavens ...
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Aug 27
The Year of the Green Wooden Rooster is upon us. At the stroke of midnight on the 9th of February 2005, the Chinese New Year will be celebrated. Since the year of the Rooster is about to commence, wouldn’t it be nice to have some health resolutions for a healthy Chinese New Year? When you have a never-ending to-do list in today’s fast-paced world, you are becoming busier than ever. Therefore, many other things are dropped down on your priority list. Usually, one of the first ones to drop ...
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Aug 25
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Aug 24
Could it be possible that our beloved chocolate may actually be good for us? This is the nutrition news we have all been waiting for. So here is the scoop on chocolate and its health benefits. Yes, you read right, health benefits! Recent studies show that cocoa and dark chocolate with a high cocoa content contain many heart-healthy antioxidants. They contain a compound called flavonoids which may help prevent the oxidation of LDL (bad) cholesterol and raise HDL (good) cholesterol levels in the ...
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Aug 22
Many people use strong cleaners or acid cleaners to make the house clean and to get hard to clean stains out, but people don't realize that many cleaners are bad for our health they contain ingredient that irritate the skin and the fumes that those cleaner produce are dangerous if we inhale them. Many people suffer from asthma and other respiratory problems and using those type of cleaners in a place not well ventilated can be harmful for the health. A good way to help is using gloves and a ...
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Aug 21
With a New Year upon us, the annual tradition of forming resolutions of self-improvement is definitely in season. While many articles about New Year’s resolutions focus on things like careers, education or relationships, this article discusses your hearing health and what you can do to make it better. For those of you don’t give your hearing any thought, because you can hear just fine, make the resolution to have your hearing tested. In most cases, hearing loss is gradual, so you may ...
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Aug 19
The concept isometric has been a part of the health care vocabulary for decades. The most common application of the term, until now, has been with respect to physical exercise. Taken from the Greek root word Iso, meaning equal, the familiar term Isometric exercises involves applying equal weight to achieve strength goals. Fairly recently, health researchers have discovered another innovative application of the isometric concept in the health care field: nutrition. These researchers have ...
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Aug 14
1. Make the decision that you will create an optimum state of health Most people want to feel better than they currently do, however, they never truly decide that this will be one of their goals You must CHOOSE to create optimum health before you can achieve this level of health. 2. Be Committed To Create Optimum Health Once you make the decision to create an optimum state of health, then you must commit to this decision because there will be plenty of temptations that can easily knock you off ...
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Aug 13
Health Supplement – what is it? So what is a health supplement? Health supplement is a term that means products made of one or more of the fundamental nutrients, for example vitamins or minerals and which is very beneficial for our health. It provides you with some specific (or a mix of) vitamins, minerals, herbs, botanicals, amino acids, metabolites, etc. Our health depends on the correct intake of these nutrients and if the diet doesn’t work, some type of health supplement or supplements ...
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