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How to Prepare for a Life Insurance Physical Exam

23rd May 2013
Having a life insurance policy is essential if you want to make sure that your family will be financially secure in the event of your death. When you apply for life insurance, you may be required to have a physical exam to assess your overall state of hea... Read >
Author: Laura173

Health Benefits of Visiting a Weight Loss Clinic

23rd October 2012
Having a few extra pounds around the middle can go a long way to making anyone feel unattractive. Plus of course there’s the added expense of updating your wardrobe every six months. Having a few extra pounds around the middle isn’t particularly harmful b... Read >
Author: webvideos

Nutrition and Diet Basics for Good Health

19th August 2010
The trouble with most of us is instead of nourishing and cleansing our body, we are congesting and destroying it. We do that by eating the wrong combination of food, consuming without control and taking insufficient water rich food. A balanced diet com... Read >
Author: Dr.Mike Boucher

2011 ICD-9 code changes New V Codes

14th July 2010
Every year, October is a month when you come face to face with ICD-9 code changes. This year too you will witness lots of new changes. So if you are a cardiology coder here are some proposed 2011 ICD-9 code changes. This time round, you will need to learn... Read >
Author: James Smith

The Difference between Being Overweight, Obese and Morbidly Obese

19th March 2010
There is some confusion these days as to what being overweight and being obese really means. Some people refer to a heavy person as being overweight, but that's not always the case. Many sports professionals, particularly football players, are heavy but a... Read >
Author: Penelope Stone

Can Obesity Lead to Diabetes Mellitus?

25th February 2010
Contemporary research have exposed constantly that there's a direct connection between heavy / obesity and the diagnosis of type Two diabetes mellitus, or non insulin dependent diabetes. Otherwise given the name being an adult onset diabetes, type II DM c... Read >
Author: Sandy Diaz

TAIslim Ingredients

05th February 2010
TAIslim Ingredients PHOENIX, AZ - October 28, 2009 - FreeLife International® recently presented the significant results of several human clinical studies on TAIslim™, its proprietary triple patent pending liquid weight loss supplement, at the 27... Read >
Author: alphawolfmarketing

Tips to Avoid Gaining Too Much Weight While Pregnant

01st December 2009
Gaining weight during pregnancy is necessary for your own health and for the development of your unborn baby. For women who are of normal body mass index (BMI) before pregnancy they are required to gain between 25-35 pounds during pregnancy. Gaining too l... Read >
Author: Gerry Restrivera

WAYS OF MEASURING BODY FAT

28th September 2009
"Do I really need weight loss?" is the question you need to ask yourself before you plan a weight loss program through a diet or an exercise schedule. Although weight loss might make you feel better and healthier but it might not be necessary. When you ar... Read >
Author: Greg Davis

A Successful Fashion Designer – Giorgio Armani

01st August 2009
Giorgio Armani is a Italian fashion designer born on 11 July 1934. He studied medicine and photography before completing military service. He is particularly noted for his men's wear. After some time he become Italy's most successful designer. He is known... Read >
Author: peter rock

Advanced BMI- Calculator

23rd July 2009
BMI Calculator. Belgium statistician Adolphe Quelet (1796-1874) made several researches on obesity have proved that a person's body fat level can be evaluated with a measurement called body mass index, or BMI in short. This can also be termed as Quetel... Read >
Author: sheldonkalnitsky

Thoughts on Gout and Alcohol.

16th April 2009
Thoughts on Gout and Alcohol. Risk aspects for gout include heightened body mass index (BMI), hypertension, older age, alcohol use, chronic renal failure, and diuretic use. It has also been found that diets that are purine-rich will precipitate or even e... Read >
Author: topgear

Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy (VSG) - Frequently Asked Questions

09th April 2009
Given the increased incidents of morbid obesity in the United States, the popularity of surgical procedures to deal with weight loss has skyrocketed. One of these weight loss surgeries is the vertical sleeve gastrectomy, or VSG. Below are some common ques... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Four Stages of Obesity

03rd March 2009
Overweight and obesity are among the most common health concerns in modern society, and many people fail to keep their weight under control. Obesity is connected with accumulation of fat in the body, that leads to increases of the body mass. Obesity is a ... Read >
Author: Linda Moore

How to Measure Body Fat Percentage

05th January 2009
The most popular method of determining ideal weight is the height and weight chart. These charts, tell you how much you should weigh based on your height. Although these charts are still popular, they are very inaccurate, specially to athletes and bodybui... Read >
Author: Rajeevk
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