Month: October, 2010
There is hardly anything that is more miserable in a person’s life than having feet that are in excruciating pain. So many things can cause this to happen, such as stepping wrong or just being too heavy. When this happens, it can affect the entire body and it can really help to consult a qualified chiropractor.Read more
Mouth malodor has been present in people over the ages. Take for instance the character “Bottom” in William Shakespeare’s play ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ who advises the other participants in the play thus: “Eat no onions nor garlic for we are to utter sweet breath”. Bad breath during Shakespearean times was common. This offensive syndrome dates even further back, perhaps to prehistoric man itself. In the US alone over 70 million people are victims of this unforeseen malady. Professionally and socially you become unacceptable causing you much embarrassment. The syndrome is also known as ‘halitosis’.Read more
This is a great video by Men’s Health Magazine. Click on their link to find out more!
Women’s workout routines are designed for many different purposes. Some are created for increased cardiovascular health, while others are designed to strengthen or tone the muscles. Lets take a look at a simple women’s work-out routine.Read more
The diabetes food pyramid can help you make wise food choices. It divides foods into groups, based on what they contain. Eat more from the groups at the bottom of the pyramid, and less from the groups at the top.Read more
While most people associate anxiety with an emotional response to stress, a major factor in stress and anxiety is the physical response to external stimulus. The stress response in the brain sends signals to the body to prepare us to handle a perceived danger or threat, and this induces a physical state of tension that can add to the emotional reaction to problem situations.Read more
The signs and symptoms of blood cancers (leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma, myelodysplastic syndromes and myeloproliferative diseases) may be similar to the those of other more common and less severe conditions.Read more
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