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The Differences Of Lipo, Laser-Lipo, And Non-Invasive Lipo

26th February 2011
Lipo is an easy way to remove unsightly excess body-fat and restore youthful body tone. At least this is the message delivered by the term Lipo, any time that it is brought up in reference to a service or product. It is a buzzword among those who can affo... Read >
Author: Stephen Soos

Treating epilepsy with natural remedies

05th March 2010
Epilepsy is a nerve related physical disorder. In epilepsy the brain's normal electrical activity is disrupted and the patient experiences seizures as a result of that. In an Epilepsy attack patients may lose consciousness or his/her vision can turn blank... Read >
Author: lovegrove

10 Easy Exercises to Help the Morbidly Obese

22nd December 2009
We all know that exercise is beneficial for maintaining a healthy lifestyle. But for morbidly obese individuals, simply moving up and down the stairs or getting out of a chair can be challenging. Understandably, having to consider an exercise routine woul... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson

Cardio May Be Preventing Your Fat Loss Progress

20th January 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Athleticbodysystem The use of traditional cardio has developed the reputation that it burns fat. I'm here to tell you this isn't the case! I appreciate and wholeheartedly agree that LOW intensity (>30%) WALKING will primarily burn... Read >
Author: Bryan Kavanagh

The Benefits of Bike Spinning

14th July 2008
Participants who are involved in the program monitor their progress with their heart rates, usually through a heart monitor attached to the bike or taken manually. For those who are new, they often size up their level of exertion on a relative perceived e... Read >
Author: Patrik Ewriter

How To Lose Inches Off Your Hips and Thighs

23rd June 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Ed ScowThunder thighs. Saddle bags.How do those two phrases make you feel? I'm willing to bet that you don't feel very good after reading them.They probably make you feel fat. For that I apologize.I don't want to make you feel fat. I wa... Read >
Author: Ed Scow

Intense Exercise Improves Depression

11th April 2007
Many studies have found that low to moderate intensity exercise can improve depression. Both aerobic activities and anaerobic activities, like weight training, have been shown to reduce depressive symptoms. Exercise exerts it's anti- depress... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Music's Outstanding Benefits to Your Health: Seven Reasons to Listen to Some Music Now

26th December 2005
Copyright 2005 Linda Slater DowlingIt's no secret that college students love music. Whether on your way to class, heading to the gym or hanging out with friends, music just makes us feel good. And depending on the style you choose, it can do everything fr... Read >
Author: linda slater dowling
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