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Eye Body Language Signs Of Lying: How To Catch Liars By Reading Their Eyes

27th March 2009
Experts agree you can tell so much about a person's truthfulness by looking for any eye body language signs of lying. Here are the signs that should alarm you about the possibility of conversing or interacting with a liar: Eye Body Language Sign # ... Read >
Author: Michael Lee

Vitamins Can Support The Cardiovascular System And Fight Inflammation

17th March 2009
Inflammation is a normal part of the body's defense against pathogens. The increase in body temperature, flood of toxic free radicals and inflammation-signaling proteins, and release of killer macrophage cells are the main signs of an inflammatory event t... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Is Water Fasting For Weight Loss Right For You - Know the Hidden Truth Today

09th January 2009
Many people believe the best way to lose weight fast is to go on a water fasting. While it is true that you will lose a large amount of weight rapidly through water only diet, there are also some drawbacks to water fasting for weight loss. Fasting for ... Read >
Author: yommys01

Selenium and Prostate Health

06th October 2008
Selenium is a powerful antioxidant which researchers have found to be particularly effective in supporting   healthy prostate functioning. It is an essential trace mineral that functions largely in the form of proteins, called selenoproteins, which act ... Read >
Author: Kevin Agrawal

5 Effective Home Remedies to Help You Stop Sweating In Excess

24th September 2008
Sweating is a very normal process of our bodily mechanism. Sweat keeps us cool and acts as a natural defense mechanism. However when sweating occurs excessively, it can create a new problem that can make life difficult for you. If you are troubled by exce... Read >
Author: CristianStan

Leukorrhea Treatment Tips

02nd September 2008
Leukorrhea (US) or leukorrhoea (Commonwealth) is actually a medical term that denotes a thick, whitish vaginal discharge. It is a natural defense mechanism that the vagina uses to maintain its chemical balance, as well as to preserve the flexibilty of the... Read >
Author: jainish

Can Stress Cause a Yeast Infection?

14th July 2008
A number of studies have shown that stress can weaken the body's immune system, thereby increasing the chance of a yeast infection. Many women, often balancing their home, personal and professional life are under constant stress whether it is physical, em... Read >
Author: Elizabeth Tyton

Low Immunity Problems? Start a Regular Vitamin Regimen

26th August 2007
Low immunity problems can be serious to your health, and a regular vitamin regimen can frequently help. The function of your immune system is to protect your body from foreign invaders such as viruses, bacteria, rogue cells such as cancer cells and an... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer
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