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Care and Love for Your Maturing Dog

06th August 2012
Dogs seem to grow up so fast, starting out as tiny puppies and maturing into the most faithful of friends a person can have. But time doesn’t stop and dogs continue to mature throughout life, both mentally and physically. With age, maturity is develope... Read >
Author: Maria Elena

What to Eat to Lose Belly Fat Very Fast

16th March 2011
Well, belly or tummy fat is very unpleasant, and poses a severe threat to the sufferer's personality and figure. To be very frank, this fat is not that easy to get rid of. if you have not been able to lose your belly fat, it means you are not adopting the... Read >
Author: zechong cai

No Energy, Always Tired

16th July 2010
If you feel like you have no energy and youre always tired, you are not alone. In fact this condition has almost reached epidemic proportions in our times. Feeling tired all the time can ruin your life. In some cases it can even end your life.href="http:/... Read >
Author: peterduncansmail

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

Foods for a diabetic person

28th June 2010
Are you diabetic or recently diagnosed? What are things you need to avoid and things you need to take must. Diabetes is a chronic disease. Diabetes is condition when there is no insulin in the body or the insulin produced is low or the cells don't react w... Read >
Author: Syed

Causes Of Excessive Sweating

14th June 2010
Excessive sweating is known as hyperhidrosis. Doctors believe that the cause of excessive sweating is down to genetics. Excessive sweating can be a sign of an underlying medical condition. I can be a sign that the person may have an infection or that the ... Read >
Author: Emma

Can Laser Cryptolysis Resolve Your current Undesirable Breath Situation?

18th March 2010
Laser cryptolysis has acquired the attention of the public of late as a easy, yet effective therapy for halitosis. Halitosis can be a indication to many diseases both localized, in the oral cavity, and systemic. So, who can benefit from cryptolysis ?Halit... Read >
Author: Wesley Ingram

Yeast Infection on the Skin Intertrigo

01st March 2010
You may not know it until you have it, or itch it, for that matter, as most people who have intertrigo of couse won't tell anyone that they have this yeast infection. Intertrigo, a common skin concern, likes to flare up during warm humid season. Intertrig... Read >
Author: hanswarduh

5 Essential Components to Optimal Physical Fitness

18th September 2009
If you look up the words "physical fitness" in several dictionaries, you will get several definitions that are similar, but not identical. But, the one common theme you will see is "a state of well-being in which performance is optimal, often as a result ... Read >
Author: Paul C. Stokes

Ginger - Powerful Antioxidant For Alzheimer's, Cancer and Heart Disease

05th July 2009
Not only is ginger (Zingiber officinale) one of the most popular of all the spices but is also of the top five antioxidant foods (American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, July 2006). Numerous studies investigating ginger's medicinal properties have also sh... Read >
Author: Keith Scott MD

Saffron: Spicy Yellow Solution for Depression

30th April 2009
For thousands of years the yellow spice, saffron has been used by traditional medical systems to treat several illnesses. Contemporary clinical research has shown that, when it comes to the treatment of mild to moderate depression, saffron is on a par wit... Read >
Author: Keith Scott MD

Stop Overeating: Self Hypnosis For Compulsive Overeating

15th August 2008
Overeating is a habit that many people develop early in life. It is also a habit that can cause serious medical implications. Overeating is defined as eating beyond the point of satiety and when not prompted by hunger. In our society, where food is plente... Read >
Author: Mark C Roberts

Flush Away Fat with an Amazing Fat Loss Cleanse

29th July 2008
Lose stubborn body fat with a new way of thinking - use a fat loss cleanse. It is a fact that too much body fat means that your body is out of balance. This can easily happen when you think you are eating healthy foods. It is not hard to get stuck in p... Read >
Author: Cindy Papp

Low dose doxycycline therapy

06th May 2007
Some patients, even in the presence of good oral hygiene, continue to display symptoms of periodontal disease. Some have predisposing health factors such as diabetes or a smoking habit. Both of these can alter the immune response to bacteria present on th... Read >
Author: Lawrence Spindel DDS

March is Diabetes Awareness Month. The Facts About Diabetes

30th January 2007
Dr. Yesnick will be providing FREE Diabetes eye consultations during the month of March to increase awareness in Las Vegas! Call (702) 966 2020 or visit DiabetesEyeDoctor.com The Facts About Diabetes: March is Diabetes Awareness Month to Educate the... Read >
Author: Thomas Berten
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