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With EtG Testing, What is The Difference Between Urine Alcohol Testing and Hair Alcohol Testing?

02nd April 2009
Ethyl glucuronide or EtG is a metabolite only produced when alcohol is in the bloodstream. It is identified as a marker in alcohol hair testing, through a patented analytical process that provides forensic evidence of the pattern of alcohol abuse - or abs... Read >
Author: Rebecca

Green Tea Extract and Caffeine?

09th March 2009
Are you a three-cup-of-coffee morning person? Maybe two does the job-maybe even more? In the United States the average adult consumes 280 milligrams of caffeine daily (the equivalent of 17 ounces of brewed coffee or 84 ounces of soft drink).6Caffeine is f... Read >
Author: Kevin Agrawal

Making Weight For Boxers

28th January 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Athleticbodysystem Making Weight for a fight has a reputation for being a grueling combination of starvation, dehydration and excessive training with sweat suits on. Popularised by the old school fighters wearing a bin liner and skip... Read >
Author: Bryan Kavanagh

The Benefits and Risks of Drinking Alcohol for Your Kidney

17th December 2008
Drinking in excess of alcohol-even for an absolutely healthy one-could lead to heart disease, liver disease, high blood pressure and kidney disease, as well as numerous other medical problems.For one who with healthy kidneys, doctors, scientists and conte... Read >
Author: Mc Raflesia

Health Risks For Older Women and Pregnancy

14th October 2008
More and more women have having babies later in life when they have their lives and financial situations in order. Heath risks increase anyway for older women and pregnancy sometimes aggravates or brings on additional medical conditions. However, older wo... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

Stop Drinking Alcohol ..Quitting Drinking and its Benefits

05th September 2008
If you are like many Americans, you may drink alcohol occasionally. Or, like others, you may drink moderate amounts of alcohol on a more regular basis. The long-term effects of bad habits are rarely sufficient to motivate people to change their lives. ... Read >
Author: EdPhilips

How to Treat Swollen Eyes

21st June 2008
The first thing to take into consideration is just where the baggy eyes have come from. There are actually several sources that could be the cause of your puffy eyes. For some of you, the reason that you get them is from your genetic makeup. If this is th... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Hypovolemia - What is Hypovolemia?

28th April 2008
Hypovolemia basically means low blood volume. "Hypo" means low, "vol" is for volume, and "emia" refers to blood. Symptoms of hypovolemia may include cold hands and feet, light headedness, infrequent urination, increased heart rate, and weakness. What is h... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Improving Heart Health With CoQ10 And Omega 3 Supplements

16th April 2008
Cardiovascular disease is still the leading cause of death among Americans and Britons alike. Heart disease also kills more women than men, accounting for one in five female deaths. Even more startling, however, is that it claims responsibility for more d... Read >
Author: Dr. John Heinerman

Stop Drinking Alcohol...Explaining Alcoholism In Full

04th April 2008
Should you be suffering from alcoholism, you may just trick yourself into thinking that you are just consuming alcohol. If the truth is to be known it is alcoholism that is consuming you as well as your income, your energy, your precious time and most of ... Read >
Author: EdPhilips

Natural Gout Treatments- Gout Remedy Report Cures Arthritis in Toe Permanently

03rd April 2008
Did you know that there are numerous natural gout treatments that have been shown to be effective in many natural health studies? In fact, gout remedies have been around for thousands of years. For instance, gout was once known as the disease of kings ... Read >
Author: Joe Barton

Stop Drinking Alcohol...Alcoholism Can Now Be Cured

30th March 2008
Alcoholism can only be treated after the addiction to alcohol is dealt with. The medical profession regard alcoholism as being a disease and it is determined as being a physical or mental condition which has a negative affect on the human body. The worst ... Read >
Author: EdPhilips

Cheating after quitting smoking

21st January 2008
Bumming smokes or taking a few puffs are commonplace for most people who try to quit smoking. Statistics show that most people will try to quit smoking four to five times before they are successful. This doesn't mean that you should accept you will fai... Read >
Author: Bill Nadraszky

Alcohol: Why Cleansing The Body With Isagenix Is Important

22nd June 2006
Copyright 2006 Stacey ZimmermanHow many times have you gone out to dinner and drank a little too much? Unfortunately, this happens to the best of us. Many of us may only have this happen a couple of times a year, however, many individuals may do this once... Read >
Author: Stacey Zimmerman

The Dangers of Bleeding Ulcer

17th May 2006
More and more people are suffering from digestive disorders these days. Due to poor diets, unhealthy lifestyles and the abuse of caffeine, cigarettes and alcohol, most people develop different forms of ulcer. There are multiple types of ulcer and some of ... Read >
Author: groshan fabiola
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