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How to Beat Tiredness and Fatigue

29th May 2009
Are you always tired and no energy to do the things you want to do? Fatigue is common to most people especially on this modern life when people seem to work a lot and very busy with their everyday routine. Feeling tired maybe normal after a tiring long da... Read >
Author: Gerry Restrivera

How to Get Rid of Tiredness and Sleepiness

29th May 2009
Feeling tired and sleepy? How many times you feel you didn't have enough energy to do something you want to do? You are not alone; every 1 out of 4 persons suffers from tiredness in United States and Europe. According to NSF study, 25% of all women suffer... Read >
Author: Gerry Restrivera

The history of L-Arginine (Nitric Oxide)

01st May 2009
Arginine was discovered in 1895. Arginine is an amino acid that provides a wide range of benefits to the body. Arginine plays an important role in the division of cells, boosting of one's immune system, healing of wounds, and in the hormonal secretion pro... Read >
Author: Eric Glenn

UK heart disease statistics

01st May 2009
In this world today our hearts are under constant threat and stress. This is despite 30 years of advances in every aspect of cardiology - the science of heart health and heart disease. Each week, it seems we are informed of new heart risk factors or remed... Read >
Author: Malcolm Waters

Cannondale f500

01st May 2009
Cannondale and Cannondale F500. The Top 8 Things You Should Know The following article contains 8 tips about cannondale. There is a lot of information about cannondale and cannondale f500 online, so we thought that it would make sense to give you ju... Read >
Author: Coran Levison

The Health Problems Associated With Obesity - Weight Issues and Fitness

18th April 2009
When a person is obese, they are carrying too much weight on their body. When they weigh too much, the risk is greater on them for having health problems. Some of the health problems associated with obesity include diabetes (type 2), heart disease, stroke... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Many Benefits Of Black Tea

13th March 2009
Tea is only second to water as the most commonly consumed beverage in the world. In case you haven't noticed, this is good news because based on several recent studies, tea actually offers important health benefits. All tea come from the same plant, c... Read >
Author: Jonas Smith

Important Health Benefits To Black Tea

13th March 2009
For thousands of years, the Chinese people have been drinking tea because of its refreshing and soothing effects. Like all three of the major Asian teas in the market, black tea comes from the plant called Camellia sinensis. But the difference between the... Read >
Author: Jonas Smith

Hypoglycemic? Even when you eat right, you still need to take your vitamins

13th March 2009
Even when we eat right, we still need to take our vitamins. Staying healthy really reduces the stress on our bodies, and hypoglycemia symptoms are often much milder when we can eliminate stress."I always thought that if I ate properly (and I assumed that ... Read >
Author: Daniel St-Jean

10 Reasons Why You Should Stop Drinking

10th March 2009
Even if you do not think you have a problem with alcohol or do not drink regularly, there are many reasons why you should quit drinking entirely. The fact of the matter is that alcohol is an addictive substance, one that causes over 100,000 preventable de... Read >
Author: Chelle

Cholesterol in Shrimps Is No Longer Bad for You

09th March 2009
So is shrimp good for you or bad for you? Shrimp is low in fat, but high in cholesterol. There is much confusion about the fat and cholesterol amounts in shrimp. Shrimp is very low in total fat, tough it is quite high in cholesterol content. There are man... Read >
Author: Henry Fong

Health Effects of Being Overweight: The Dangerous Truths

05th March 2009
Weight and health are strongly related to each other. The risk of disease goes up as weight gain pushes you out of the healthy weight range and into the overweight, obese range. Till date, obesity has been linked with more than thirty medical conditions. ... Read >
Author: Rajeevk

Some bad effects of junk food

20th February 2009
For millions of adults and children junk food and increased inactivity has led to obesity. For some people junk food has become a way of life, they are addicted to it and if everyone in your family for example eats junk food then it is very hard to eat he... Read >
Author: Randy

Pear or Apple - The Sweet Guide to Lingerie

09th February 2009
Contrary to many opinions, a woman may either possess the generalized shape of an apple or a pear. There are no other categories. Much of the confusion in this matter naturally arises from a slim or fit body challenging the imagination to ponder exactly w... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

The Working Mechanism of Chelation Agents

24th January 2009
The word Chelation is used in two different ways. For nutrition and health, it is termed as chelation agents. And when it rinse off the poisonous substance from the body, it is termed as Chelation treatment. The external use of it is known as chelation ag... Read >
Author: Alien
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