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Disability Insurance for Angina

19th June 2011
: Angina is a serious heart condition and if not diagnosed and treated on time, it could cause heart attack. There are very few companies which provide disability insurance for angina. Angina is a heart condition in which the pain emanates from the chest... Read >
Author: Renie Melendez

Negative Implications of Cannabis Abuse on General and Oral Health

28th February 2011
Cannabis, commonly known as Marijuana, is the most frequently used illicit drug in America. According to National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), there were about 15.2 million past month users in America in 2008. It also stated that about 2.2 milli... Read >
Author: Stephen Jhonson

Removing Plaque from Arteries

26th May 2010
Plaque build-up in your heart and arteries puts you at high risk for heart attack and stroke. Arteries can become clogged with plaque for many reasons. Heredity, diet, lack of exercise, high cholesterol, and low metabolism are often to blame for plaque bu... Read >
Author: Phil Le Breton

The Four Foods You Should Never Eat!

24th May 2010
The Four Foods You Should Never Eat! Did you know there are four evil foods that you should try to eliminate from your diet completely? These four foods are so bad for you, they can cause you to gain unbelievable amounts of weight, give you diabetes... Read >
Author: Johnfox

Tips for Using Instant and Intermediate Benefits as Motivation to Quit Smoking

09th December 2009
The gratification that can be derived from objective or measurable and subjective or observable immediate and intermediate health benefits of smoking cessation can serve as motivation to quit smoking without experiencing relapse. Instant benefits of qu... Read >
Author: Victor E. Battles, M.D.

The Top 5 Side Effects of Exercise

17th July 2009
He's sick of explaining how so many of your health problems will improve or even disappear as the result of a consistent exercise program. He's tired of tallying your controllable risk factors which include physical inactivity and obesity. So why do... Read >
Author: John Manjarres

Pu-Erh Tea – The Benefits

05th June 2009
In ancient China, Pu-erh tea was thought to have curative powers, and it was regarded as the most important tea. Indeed Pu-erh tea seems to have many curative and medical properties that even today it is held in high esteem in China and the rest of the wo... Read >
Author: devk

Why quit smoking

03rd March 2009
If you have been smoking from quite a long time then you should try your level best to quit smoking as soon as you can. This is because smoking cigarettes cause a large number of harmful effects on your health and advanced studies have indicated that it i... Read >
Author: michael russell
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