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Know About Cotinine Drug Testing

09th March 2009
Cotinine is a metabolic of nicotine, used to measure the grade of tobacco smoking. According to National Survey On Drug Use 2007, overall 68 million people abuse tobacco, and more than 3.5 million teens abuse tobacco between 12-17 years. Detection of smok... Read >
Author: Stephen Jhonson

Juice fasting

22nd January 2009
Juice Fasting, as the name implies, is a type of diet which includes use of juices only. The juices are made from fruits and vegetables. As juices have only carbohydrates, it can be digested effortlessly with some energy involved. Juice Fasting helps to e... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson

Aging Skin Care - The Causes of Aging Skin

09th January 2009
There is no way around it-we WILL age, and so will our skin. However, educating yourself on the factors that cause it can help you prevent premature aging. Perhaps, the most detrimental natural factor to the premature aging of your skin is the sun. "Photo... Read >
Author: DArmbrister

Crush your last pack of cigarettes and never light up again!

20th October 2008
What is a smoking addiction? A smoking addiction means a person has formed an uncontrollable dependence on cigarettes to the point where stopping causes emotional distress! Why is smoking more difficult to overcome than other addictions? Well, some pr... Read >
Author: Vcoach

Narcolepsy & Nicotine

24th July 2008
Narcolepsy is a well-known sleep disorder that causes people to fall asleep uncontrollably at any time of the day. This is a very serious and dangerous condition because the person could fall asleep while driving, cooking, shopping or any other normal dai... Read >
Author: Andrew Kerry

Heart Disease: Your Toenails Can Tell You If You're A Candidate

09th July 2008
  Heart Disease   Want to know if you're a candidate for heart disease sometime in the future? There's a simple test that can predict your chances with almost 100 per cent accuracy - and it's all to do with your toenails. ... Read >
Author: jackyluo

Quit Smoking in 30 Days or Less, Mathematically

21st June 2008
Have you tried to stop smoking cold-turkey, only to smoke again a day or even minutes later? Many health practitioners will tell you that making a clean break from cigarettes is the only way to quit smoking. What do you do if you simply can't quit this wa... Read >
Author: Fred Kelley

Fishing Bait Flavours - Natural And Synthetic Flavour Tips!

20th May 2008
Flavoured fishing baits from boilies to pellets, meats to ground baits, dough baits to pastes and seed and nut baits can all be enhanced or differentiated further by using flavors. But there is far more to flavours than meets the nose! The lines are de... Read >
Author: Tim F. Richardson

Facts about Skipped Heart Beat with Upper Back Pain

29th March 2008
A person that is normally in excellent health may suddenly feel a skipped heart beat with upper back pain. A large variety of things could cause skipped heart beat with upper back pain and people will be surprised to learn that it is far more common than ... Read >
Author: Susan

Stop Smoking or Stop Breathing

07th August 2007
Smoking is a serious problem for our modern society, very few smokers accept quit smoking help, as they don't see the effects that cigars and cigarettes have on their heath. Statistics confirm that more that four million peoples die every year because o... Read >
Author: Jacque

Dangers Of Breastfeeding

06th August 2006
It is universally acknowledged that breastfeeding your baby gives her the best start in life. The nutrients and antibodies in the mother's bloodstream are passed onto her child through breastfeeding, thus helping her baby to develop its own natural defenc... Read >
Author: Robin OBrien

Alcohol and Smoking Effects on IBS and IBD

12th June 2006
There is an established connection between smoking and inflammatory bowel disease. What puzzle researchers is how smoking can have an opposite effect on ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease patients who smoke. Cigarette smoking triggers opposite respons... Read >
Author: Geraint Roberts
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