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Is IV Vitamin Therapy The Right Natural Health Supplement For You?

16th March 2012
In recent years an intravenous vitamin drip known as The Myers Cocktail has become the latest craze for holistic healing and for good reason. The Myers Cocktail, along with similar IV vitamin holistic healing therapies, has been used successfully to treat... Read >
Author: CloudNine

Silicone Bracelets Help Many Worthy Causes Raise Funds Fast

20th June 2011
Silicone bracelets became a worldwide phenomenon in 2004. That’s the year the classic yellow "Livestrong" bracelet was introduced as a way to raise money for, and awareness of, cancer research. The iconic yellow silicone bracelets quickly became a fash... Read >
Author: andywrist

Oral Cancer – Worst Oral Disease

20th December 2010
Regular dental examination not only maintains good oral heath, but it also detects the early stages of oral cancer, or any condition that may lead to oral cancer. Cancer occurs when abnormal cells divide without control and are able to attack other tissue... Read >
Author: charleyburright

The Extended Work Shift – Is 12 Hours Too Long for Nurses to Work?

14th October 2010
There are pros and cons to working a 12 hour nursing shift. Both unionized and not unionized hospitals feel there is a benefit of changing the 5 day work week to 3 days a week. they are It is becoming exceedingly popular in the workplace for nurses to wor... Read >
Author: Sally Ryan

The Red Dress Lapel Pin Fights Women’s Heart Disease

09th July 2010
If you were asked to name the leading cause of death for women in the United States, could you do it? Breast cancer, right? Wrong. Heart disease kills one in three U.S. women each year - about six times as many as breast cancer. The American Heart Asso... Read >
Author: leelapelpin

Custom Rubber Bracelets Defy The Cynics Slacktivist Label

07th July 2010
Although custom rubber bracelets have raised millions of dollars for worthy causes over the past few years, cynics aren't impressed. Some deride those who wear silicone wristbands "slacktivists," claiming the wearing of a custom rubber bracelet doesn't do... Read >
Author: Andrew McBride

Motorcycle Clubs Are Not All Bad

22nd January 2008
Motorcycle clubs are historically divided into two types: One-percenters, and everyone else (or 99-percenters). Motorcycle Clubs are the epitome of what Brotherhood is all about. Members of motorcycle clubs are often viewed in a negative light by ... Read >
Author: G.

5 Reasons Why Propolis Could Be the Next Wonder Drug

29th January 2007
Bees have been in this planet for nearly 100 million, churning out important health foods like honey and royal jelly. Although honey is perhaps the most famous bee product of interest to human beings, beehives also contain propolis, another unknown little... Read >
Author: Lela Iskandar Suhaimi
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