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The history of L-Arginine (Nitric Oxide)

01st May 2009
Arginine was discovered in 1895. Arginine is an amino acid that provides a wide range of benefits to the body. Arginine plays an important role in the division of cells, boosting of one's immune system, healing of wounds, and in the hormonal secretion pro... Read >
Author: Eric Glenn

3 Secret Tips To Have The Best Master Cleanse Experience

18th February 2009
If you have always wanted to start the Master Cleanse but just had too much conflicting advice from friends, colleagues and relatives, then these 3 secret tips would get you started in no time and you will have the best Master Cleanse experience ever. Rem... Read >
Author: Joel Gardner

Stop Drinking Now ..How to Quit Alcohol

18th July 2008
Anyone has the ability to stop drinking as soon as today. The first step is up to you. You can consult your doctor, contact a support group, or even just set a date as a goal to be the day that you set aside the bottle for good. Make sure though that whil... Read >
Author: EdPhilips

Using Herzberg's Dual-Structure Theory to Motivate Clients

26th May 2006
Health professionals are constantly in the position to motivate clients to improve their health. There are full workshops on how to help people live healthier and happier lives. Frederick Herzberg developed one of the popular theories of needs-based motiv... Read >
Author: Margie Geiser

5 steps to ditching the dummy

21st May 2006
Babies have a natural sucking reflex so pacifiers / dummies are a great source of comfort for them. Many Health Professionals believe that dummy use should be restricted from around six months of age and that the use of a dummy or pacifier has ended by th... Read >
Author: sally neill

Drinking water to improve your health.

30th October 2005
Is it possible to improve your health by simply drinking more water? What are the health benefits of drinking water ? To many people, this may seem a simplistic answer to a complex question: How can doing something so simple produce such noticable... Read >
Author: Mike Jozefiak
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