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Benefits of Nose Breathing

21st July 2010
Is it possible the reason you feel stressed is not your job but the fact that you are an "obligate mouth breather"? Many patients with a deviated septum or valve collapse may be obligate mouth breathers, which means that they are patients who can only bre... Read >
Author: ronaldagador

9 Myths About Caffeine

19th July 2010
Every day millions of Americans consume caffeine in some for or another. It's been estimated that over 90% of us get a dose of caffeine every day in this country. Sometimes, it seems as if caffeine is hard to avoid. Caffeine is naturally found in chocolat... Read >
Author: John Fleming

Main challenges and rewards of learning Buteyko breathing retraining exercises

13th July 2010
The goal of this method is to improve oxygenation of the body and preserve it at peak achievable degree 24-7. Consequently, to learn the Buteyko method means to permanently normalize somebody's breathing pattern. The major test of the technique is cal... Read >
Author: Dr Artour Rakhimov

Food Dehydration

12th July 2010
Dehydration in humans, even mild dehydration, has been increasingly seen as causing or worsening various conditions, from asthma to heart disease, hypertension to infections and many more. Dehydration is very fatal which can lead to many serious condit... Read >
Author: ememichael

Male Pattern Baldness: What is it? What can be done?

30th June 2010
Overview of Male Pattern Baldness Male pattern baldness is a phrase that is used a lot, but beyond understanding that our fatherís or grandfatherís hairlines looked eerily similar to our own at a certain age, most of us have little understanding of the... Read >
Author: Michael

Baba Ramdev Medicines for Heart Care

22nd June 2010
Exercise a way to keep your heart healthy. Not only even does it bump up your energy level also it also can further keep your cholesterol down and further your heart working really quite well. just Remember that the heart is actually a muscle not and just... Read >
Author: dr jany

The Psychological Effects of Childhood Obesity

18th June 2010
Children have more energy requirements since they are in the growing stage. A nutritive diet is essential for their healthy development. Unlike adults, children are more prone to diseases. When they consume more number of calories than they actually burn,... Read >
Author: Carmelo Pierce

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Being Vegetarian

10th June 2010
Have you been thinking about becoming a vegetarian? This is an important decision and one that should not be made lightly. This article will list the advantages and disadvantages of being a vegetarian to help you make an informed decision. Disadvantage... Read >
Author: Suzie Morrison

How Does Excessive Drinking of Alcohol Affect Aging?

08th June 2010
Most of us drink alcohol in order to relax. But as we all know too much drinking of alcohol has a harmful effects to us. There have been studies that moderate drinking of alcohol can raise your good cholesterol level. This good cholesterol can help to min... Read >
Author: vidahumphreys

The Discovery Of Heart Disease

30th May 2010
During the ancient times, most people used the magic or occult practices to deal with diseases or medical problems. Yet there were records that the Egyptians have basic knowledge of treating diseases. Hence an Egyptian could probably be the first who disc... Read >
Author: Sturat Michael M

The Shocking Truth about Margarine

26th May 2010
Margarine lowers the IQ of children. I know it sounds completely arrogant but it is true. According to researchers at the University of Auckland, children who ate margarine every day had significantly lower IQ scores by the age of three-and-a-half than th... Read >
Author: Helen Davies

Noni juice benefits.

25th May 2010
The benefits of noni will be remarkable.It is without a doubt regular becomming understood The benefits of noni is going to be awesome.Noni Fruit and it ability to alter lives.Noni juice has an amazing variety of functions. It happens to be constant becom... Read >
Author: Jacob Mcleod

What is a correct PCOS diet?

24th May 2010
In treatment of Poly-cystic Ovarian Syndrome the PCOS diet plays a key role but there are many diet programs out there and how you can rely upon them that these are good diets for PCOS patients. If you search for a good PCOS diet you must look that it sho... Read >
Author: Nitesh patel

The Best Ways to the Perfectly Cooked Asparagus

20th May 2010
Asparagus is known as both a vegetable and a medicinal plant used since the time of ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome. Asparagus is high in folate that may help reduce the risk of heart disease. They also contain inulin that helps in the propagation of good ... Read >
Author: Kenny Leones

This Article Will Explain Why Fad Diets Should Be Avoided

18th May 2010
Why are fad diets unhealthy for you? They usually work quickly and help you shed the excess pounds however they'll be dangerous for your health. There are many weight loss claims made about significant weight loss for very little effort. This is usually a... Read >
Author: barilj
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