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The Effectiveness of the Johanna Budwig Diet when Dealing with Cancer

07th September 2011
German research scientist Doctor Johanna Budwig had discovered a totally natural formula that not only protected someone from cancer but can, along with a strict diet fights cancer as well. Incurable people whom the orthodox medicine could do nothing for ... Read >
Author: alan-nz

Benefits of Buteyko Mouth Taping Technique for Night Sleep and Better Wellbeing

24th May 2011
Buteyko Mouth Taping Technique is a part of the Buteyko breathing technique. When Dr. Konstantin Buteyko taught his first patients (mostly hospitalized people with severe asthma and heart diseases), they all discovered that sleep produces a profound adver... Read >
Author: Dr Artour Rakhimov

Painless Stop Smoking Cure Review-A Product by Eric Eraly

18th March 2011
Do you want to know about Painless Stop Smoking Cure Review? Would you be prepared to find out more regarding the credibility of Eric Eraly? Or is Painless Stop Smoking Cure Scam or genuine product? There are shocking answers within this honest review! ... Read >
Author: Justine Blake V

Elliptical Machines Keep You In Shape

07th March 2011
If you are looking for a great way to exercise your heart and get healthy, the elliptical machine is an excellent way to get into shape. Elliptical trainers offer a total health benefit for all fitness levels, and is not only the most used exercise equipm... Read >
Author: Alan Lero

Keeping Your Body Oxygenated

11th August 2010
The Vital Importance of Oxygen for Optimum Health The renowned biochemist scientist Dr. Otto Warburg may have discovered an underlying cause of all cancers over 50 years ago. He actually won two Nobel Prizes for discovering the clues as to why cancer d... Read >
Author: Ernest Cobb

Algae, the World's Most Unappreciated Plant

15th June 2010
For something that is so significant to life as we know it, the humble algae receives very little appreciation. In salt water, algae is often referred to as sea weed, while in fresh water, algae is often harshly called "pond scum." We have a collective... Read >
Author: Matt Canham

What Happens After Physical Therapy Services Have Ended?

23rd May 2010
Physiotherapy can feel like an eternity for some patients. It takes a large amount of patient and endurance to keep at it for patients dealing with severe injuries. Just scheduling appointments can be a real struggle to fit in with your day to day plans. ... Read >
Author: Cris Pritchett

Detergent chemicals can be harmful for your health and environment

11th February 2010
Having fresh, clean clothes is important for good health, but when it comes to our health, the conventional detergent may do more harm than good.Most people are well versed in the laundry. Many have discovered tips and tricks along the way to make the tas... Read >
Author: Sakun Engineers

Precautions with Aerobic Exercise

23rd November 2009
In aerobic exercise one is required to breathe deeply for an extended period of time. This increases the heart rate and the oxygen levels also get amply replenished. The most important benefit is the cardio-vascular conditioning of the body. As this metho... Read >
Author: Konica Paul

Electro flex circulation booster – Relief from pain and fatigue

10th November 2009
The electro flex circulation booster is an all in one device that provides instant relief from pain and also improves your blood circulation. It uses a technology called transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (T.E.N.S); this is clinically proven to i... Read >
Author: shaily

Bass Fishing At Lake Gaston

06th May 2009
Lake Gaston is located in both Virginia and North Carolina. It is a large lake of 20,300 acres. Many professional and amateur tournaments are held here each year, so it receives a good deal of fishing pressure. This is where we competed in the Regional Fi... Read >
Author: delawarebass

Maintaining Good Oxygen Levels in a Koi Pond

12th January 2009
When browsing through your local fish store's medicine and testing aisle, you probably won't find a test for oxygen. The importance of sufficient oxygen in your pond water is often understated, and misunderstood. While most fish owners understand the impo... Read >
Author: Casey Coke

Seasonal Lake Turnover

06th January 2009
Seasonal Turnover refers to the exchange of surface and bottom water in a lake or pond. This annual recycling program happens twice a year. There's spring turnover and fall turnover and summer stagnation in between. From spring to fall, warmer water goes ... Read >
Author: yangguang01

Discus Disease - How To Prevent Disease From Invading Your Discus Fish

26th November 2008
Similar to any other fish, discus disease can strike your tank if you are not paying attention. In this article, I will go over some of the common ailments your fish may develop. By identifying problems early and taking action, you will minimize the risk ... Read >
Author: Mark Hall

Natural Genital Herpes Treatment Method and Theory of Oxygenation and Reduction of Acid within the B

20th June 2008
Based on the work of Dr.Otto Warbugh in the early 1900's, and Dr. Theodore Baroody's novel "Alkalize or Die" we have come to understand that the reduction of acid levels and the increase of oxygen levels in the body can provide a successful and cost effec... Read >
Author: herpescure
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