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Key to Success: Emotional Intelligence

26th March 2010
Everybody wants to be successful in life. But what is success? How do you go about being successful? Is success only for people who have high IQ? How come there are intelligent people who are not successful in life? How do you measure success? To be able... Read >
Author: Maxwell Gould

Movement Of The Neck-Part Three

08th September 2009
Loss of the ability to move the neck normally means that the capsules of the facet joints, sensitive ligamentous bags around the joints, are exposed to the risks of over-stretching. A sudden turn or twist of the head without thinking can lead to the ends ... Read >
Author: David Ravech

Candida and pH Levels - The Connection

03rd August 2009
Potential hydrogen or pH level tells us the acidity or alkalinity level of any substance. People who are acidic or even slightly acidic have a problem and will be more prone to Candida growth. The more the pH level, the more alkaline our body is and that ... Read >
Author: Hamilton Erridge

Beautiful Breast - Chinese Herbs and Ancient Secrets

28th June 2009
The history of Chinese medicine goes all the way back to the 200BC to 800BC with the publications of the Yellow Emperor's classic of Internal Medicine. Around 500 AD the Chinese had classified their herbs into several categories. The inferior herbs were u... Read >
Author: Apple

Organic Chia Seeds - For Your Overall Health

12th June 2009
Most people may not be aware of the many benefits of organic chia to the body. Organic chia has numerous nutritional values and potent effects on the improvement of the health. Chia seeds are high in fiber, packed with protein, loaded with vitamins and mi... Read >
Author: dusty road

How to Beat Tiredness and Fatigue

29th May 2009
Are you always tired and no energy to do the things you want to do? Fatigue is common to most people especially on this modern life when people seem to work a lot and very busy with their everyday routine. Feeling tired maybe normal after a tiring long da... Read >
Author: Gerry Restrivera

Anxiety Attacks and Perimenopause

03rd March 2009
Perimenopause worsen existing anxiety disorders and bring it to the surface. In fact, a woman who frequently experience anxiety and depression in her perimenopause period will likely to suffer worse cases of anxiety during menopause stage. In other words,... Read >
Author: Susie H.

Stress Really Affects Your Health

27th November 2008
Stress is something that everybody endures on a fairly regular basis, but when it starts to impact negatively on your body and mind, it means you are not only stressed you are distressed.Alot of people don't realise that stress is not only something we co... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

How to solve anxiety and depression- talking about your problems

21st October 2008
For a lot of people with severe anxiety and depression, talking about problems with counsellors and psychologists only makes things worse. A lot of time people feel as though therapists do not understand and do not even care about their problems. The d... Read >
Author: James O'Neill

How to Use Progesterone Cream

05th September 2008
"How to use progesterone cream" is a burning question many menopause and PMS symptom suffers asks. Well for starters, you are probably searching for natural progesterone cream due to the following symptoms:-Anxiety and Depression-Mood Swings-Insomnia-Hot ... Read >
Author: Jean Morgan

Home Remedies for Appetite loss

15th July 2008
Loss of appetite, appetite loss, no appetite, lose of appetite, poor appetite or lack of appetite can be due to a variety of factors. Loss of appetite, poor appetite or lack of appetite may not only be due to a physical condition or disorder, but it may b... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Glossodynia - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

10th June 2008
Glossodynia (burning mouth syndrome, stomatopyrosis, orodynia) is mostly considered to be a psychosomatic disorder characterised by painful sensations within the oral cavity, particularly the tongue, without detectable abnormalities of the mucous membrane... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Adolescents and Martial Arts

03rd May 2008
Teaching teenagers martial arts isn't an easy thing to do simply because them actually BEING teenagers isn't easy! Indeed, teaching them can be a frustrating and stressful experience, as they tend to be less motivated than other age groups, and can prove ... Read >
Author: Jaimie Lee-Barron

Guard Your Child Against the Risk of Teenage Pregnancy

24th April 2008
The teenage years can be particularly trying for parents, as children become aware of their sexuality for the first time in their lives. Raging hormones and a newfound sense of independence may induce teens to act in ways that are irresponsible. The worst... Read >
Author: Paul

What Effect Does a High Divorce Rate Have on Society?

12th February 2008
The main ones include emancipation of women through equal opportunities for education and jobs, rise of individualism, relaxed divorce laws, changing attitude of the society toward divorced people and relaxed social mores and customs. Though divorce... Read >
Author: James Walsh
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