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First Aid Training - Be Taught Find Out How To Accurately Perform CPR

17th August 2014
By all means, CPR is considered probably the most wonderful instruments in saving lives. Via time, it has saved tens of millions of lives and has been in existence for lots of of years in a row now. The factor is that the current and advanced CPR methodol... Read >
Author: stever6x7

The Five Modes of Communication and Intuition

27th June 2012
This is my layman's understanding of what I see as the five primary modes of communication. These five modes are oral and written, body language, emotional, and telepathy. Speaking and writing are the predominant and favored forms of communication in the ... Read >
Author: David Almeida

Long sitting hours in International Call Centers Good or Bad

05th September 2011
'Heath is wealth.' This is one of the most common statements that we have been hearing since ages. Today, people at a tender age are suffering from health complications that are common in the corporate establishments, especially the international call cen... Read >
Author: callyparkar

Enhancing The Human Brain

28th April 2011
The human brain is the soul of the human nervous technique. It controls involuntary things to do these as respiration, digestion, and heartbeat, which are also well-known as automated features of the physique. This organ also controls other aware pursuits... Read >
Author: Hunter Harrell

The powerfulness of Caffeine

05th April 2011
The prevailing hypothesis of why caffeine increases alertness took shape only in the early 1970's. The theory holds that caffeine interferes with the depressant effects of adenosine, which is one of the chemicals that the body makes to control neural acti... Read >
Author: Morgan Perry

Mental Toughness Strategies associated with the NAVY SEALs that every single combat athlete should h

01st March 2011
The NAVY SEALS training program i do think may be the single greatest undertaking for almost any human to attempt. The initial "hell week", that is approximately 132 hours in length forces out approximately 3 out of four cadets. I have located some of the... Read >
Author: gerry ayers

Mudra for Regularising the Menstruation

04th February 2011
Mudra for Regularising the Menstruation To form this mudra as shown in figure cross the fingers of both hand in such a way that the tips of both thumb should touch each other. Fore-finger of right hand should be pressed between the fore finger and middl... Read >
Author: mudrasyoga

Anatomy of Rectus Abdominis

17th September 2010
People spend a lot of time in the gym working their bodies out just to achieve that perfect washboard abs. But do they really know what the abdomen is? The rectus abdominis The Rectus abdominis or the abdominal muscles are the two pairs of muscles t... Read >
Author: Ryanell Evans

Penicillin Rash: Allergies to Antibiotics

18th January 2010
A penicillin rash or allergy to penicillin allergy is something that occurs for some children that take antibiotics. Also if you are allergic to penicillin you may not be able to take other antibiotics that are in the same class. This means you may not be... Read >
Author: try2bawriter

Breathing Paint Fumes--What You Risk and 2 Solutions That Work

14th December 2009
Painting your home is a great idea as long as you are not forced to breathe the fumes day after day. Here are some answers about why paint smells, what risks it causes, and 2 solutions that can make the problem go away. What you risk depends on the pai... Read >
Author: Debbie

Create the Body of Your Dreams With Visual Motor Rehearsal

29th July 2009
In 1988 I heard Dr. Dennis Waitley say, "If you go there in the mind, youll go there in the body every time." He followed that with a story about Olympic champions that visualized themselves pole vaulting or walking the balance bar perfectly before they e... Read >
Author: Ellen

What Does Being Grounded Mean And How Can It Profoundly Affect Our Health?

17th July 2009
Quite possibly you've heard the latest news about the importance of being grounded. When I first stumbled upon that, I wasn't quite certain what that meant, so I did some readingnd discovered that being grounded actually means being electrically connected... Read >
Author: Beth

Bacterial Infection symptoms and few steps to prevent it

28th March 2009
Every one of us is already aware that certain types of bacteria cause infection. However, this basic idea is not sufficient to cope up with bacterial infections. Many cases of bacterial infections don't need medical intervention. Mild symptoms are treated... Read >
Author: Roy J walker

Hydrocodone: Prescription Drug Abuse & Testing

11th January 2008
Hydrocodone or dihydrocodeinone is a semi-synthetic opioid derived from two of the naturally occurring opiates, codeine and thebaine. Hydrocodone Prescription, Dosage & Administration: Hydrocodone is an orally active, narcotic analgesic and antitus... Read >
Author: Brenda Stokes

Steam Bath Detox For A Healthier Way Of Life

19th October 2007
Detoxification is the body's natural method of expelling toxins from the body. This can be done by sweating, respiration, toilet visits and the proper function of the liver and kidneys. This is a vital funtion to maintain the body's natural balance. Each ... Read >
Author: Spencer Randon
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