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Olive Oil For A Healthy Brain

26th March 2012
Although many people are aware of the great health benefits of olive oil in the diet, few realise that it can also have a powerful impact on brain health. An essential component of the famous 'Mediterranean Diet', researchers have long been interested ... Read >
Author: Peter Field

Iphone4 Speaker, Microphone And Ringer Problem - Is That It Worth Fixing

02nd February 2012
If you happen to be a proud user associated with an iPhone, you must be aware that your iPhone is usually a very sensitive product. For anyone looking at this using a laptop computer or maybe computer, you're around the best track-at minimum you will be p... Read >
Author: IshanGoradiya

Vitamin B12 and Folic Acid Deficiency - A Theory of Premature Graying

27th June 2011
For centuries, health industry experts have espoused the principle that once our hair begins becoming gray, there's no strategy to reverse the clock on Mother Nature. Fortunately, recent scientific studies have demonstrated promising advances within th... Read >
Author: Frederica Hegney

ADHD, Background Music and Homework

18th February 2011
Kids with ADD and ADHD often prefer to have background music playing when they are doing their homework or working. Parents are often worried that music will be yet another distraction that keeps these ADHD Young people from completing their work. Their f... Read >
Author: Tess Messer

Eliminate Tiredness With Exercise and Activity

16th August 2010
Do you always feel sluggish and tired in the morning even if you sleep 8 hours at night? Do you feel you lack the energy to do all the things you need and want to do? Is one cup of coffee or a bottle of energy drink not enough for you to stay awake and al... Read >
Author: Chloe Wodard

Cinnamon and Weight Loss - Can Cinnamon Help Diabetes AND Burn Fat?

12th April 2010
Most of the time when you think of cinnamon, it conjures to mind pictures of cookies, cakes, or the sweet stuff you sprinkle on to your morning latte. There is so much more to cinnamon sprinkling on your favorite dessert, or your favorite drink. In fact, ... Read >
Author: Ryan M Hall

The Best Brain Power Supplement: Ginkgo Biloba

24th March 2010
This ancient Chinese herb is an extract made from the leaf of the Ginkgo tree. It is the most well-documented plant extract used to support brain function - there are more than 1,000 studies of Ginkgo Biloba from all over the world. The consensus is that ... Read >
Author: Freeman Brock

Neurofeedback,Biofeedback,eeg biofeedback,play attention,biofeedback equipment,biofeedback machines,

15th October 2009
Neurofeedback is known with different names like biofeedback, EEG or neurobiofeedback and Neurotherapy. All this are similar in action but just have different names. This is a therapy technique that presents the user with real time feedback on brainwave a... Read >
Author: roby.john

How To Optimize Your Brain and Improve Your Memory

07th October 2009
The importance of your brain cannot be overstated. In my years of speaking to clients, the first thing I always advice them to do is improve first their brain... be it to improve a relationship, quality of life or even a business, because at the end of th... Read >
Author: johnhogan

Hormonal Imbalances May Be The Reason You Are Overweight

05th June 2009
Many people struggle to lose weight. New scientific studies regarding weight loss have shown what may be a missing link in the weight loss puzzle. The phenomenon is known as "Leptin Resistance." "Leptin Resistance" in the overweight, or obese, is si... Read >
Author: ronspallone

Are Genius Made Or Born?

07th April 2009
The main problem with the idea that we are a product of our genes and nothing else is that we are not born and kept in isolation in a bubble for the rest of our lives. As human beings we arrive with a survival kit, but we grow and develop in a process of ... Read >
Author: Elaine Mak

Stress Relief Games Getting Over Stress The Fun Way

18th February 2009
Are you looking for a fun way to reduce stress in your life? Try playing games! Stress relief games are specially designed to provide that pleasurable escape which helps deal with stress. Playing games for the relief of stress does not have much resear... Read >
Author: marcus66nm

Swimming and Water Accidents Involving Children: Facts, Figures and Statistics

16th January 2009
The CDC reports that there are on average nearly 10 drowning accidents occurring every day. More than one in four fatal drowning accidents involve children ages 14 and younger. For every child who drowns, there are at least 4 others who visit the emergenc... Read >
Author: Christopher M Davis, Attorney At Law

Gum Disease and Mental Function

17th December 2008
Recent study conduction by researchers from US found out a direct link of gum disease and worsening of mental function. Extensive gum disease with inflammation to different organ systems can have harmful effects on brain function. It was found that eld... Read >
Author: abrogers

Vitamin C Deficiency, Overdose of Vitamin C

16th December 2008
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is a weak acid that aids in various metabolic process and helps prevent disease. It is also an antioxidant, eliminating free radicals which cause cell damage and impair the immune system. Vitamin C deficiency makes a person prone... Read >
Author: peterhutch
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