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  • How Long Will You Live?  By : Tracie Johanson
    Perhaps you've seen the latest health news.....scientists are concerned that our overweight and obese population will not live as long as previous generations. Now more than ever, it's critical that we take the time to exercise and educate ourselves on healthy eating. Obesity is the problem, and we can be part of the solution!
  • What is Oily Skin, How to Treat It, and How NOT to Treat It  By : David Maillie
    Oily skin is a condition most associated with puberty and the teenage years. It can lead to acne and acne scarring if proper care is not taken.
  • 3 Ways To Keep Children Safe From Household Allergens  By : Charles Kassotis
    Learn how to identify and reduce or eliminate household allergens that may be triggering your children’s allergic responses.
  • Should You Lower Your Blood Pressure?  By : Charles Kassotis
    Try these simple methods of reducing high blood pressure to protect your health.
  • Bad Breath and Gingivitis  By : David Snape
    Gingivitis can be a stepping stone to major problems in the mouth and gum line. It can lead to periodontal disease, which is a much more serious problem with the potential for actual bone loss.
  • How to Choose a Good Vitamin Supplement  By : Nicky Pilkington
    Choosing a good vitamin supplement can be a frustrating ordeal. There are 1000's of supplements to choose from - some are good, but many are total rip-offs.
  • Wake Up - Chill Out - Sleep Fit !  By : Nicky Pilkington
    Maybe it's time to reconsider how you "live" each day. Here are a few pointers to help you along the way...
  • Watch Your Back!  By : James Monahan
    Even with today's technology, the exact reason or cause of back problems can be found in very few people.
  • Alcohol Not Only Make You Gain Body Fat. It Destroy Your Muscles And You  By : Chris Chew
    The harmful effect of alcohol on your muscles and health. Alcohol can even bring you premature death.
  • Your Best Friend The Disinfectant  By : James Monahan
    Everywhere there are hidden dangers waiting to spring at the unsuspecting. The good news is that if one keeps mindful, these dangers can be kept at bay with the proper lifestyle, armed with one’s favorite disinfectant.
  • Conventional Treatments And Alternative Treatments, Pros And Cons  By : Emanuele Allenti
    There are not as many differences between these two types of treatments as you may think. There are however, quite a few large differences that may change your mind regarding whichever form of treatment you normally use.
  • Take Care of Your Kidneys  By : Charles Kassotis
    Learn how you can make a few simple lifestyle changes to protect your kidneys and keep them working effectively as long as you need them to.
  • Taking a Chance on Healthy Living!  By : Nicky Pilkington
    One of the most important aspects of living a healthy and prosperous life is understanding "risk." By this I mean knowing how to understand and analyze situations in life that affect health. Being able to accurately weigh benefits and risks when making health decisions is very important! Too often decisions are based on incomplete or inaccurate information and this is a huge mistake with significant consequences!
  • 7 Guaranteed ways to Supercharge your Health  By : Mike Singh
    1. Stop Smoking
    2. Drink Green Tea
    3. Workout 180 minutes a week
    4. Start Yoga
    5. Graze don't binge
    6. Drink 8 glasses of water
    7. Take Supplements
  • Pound for Pound - Every Little Bit Helps  By : Nicky Pilkington
    The world is overweight, especially in the United States. Every year we seem to get lazier and fatter.
  • Curing Wrinkles and Aging Skin  By : David Maillie
    Wrinkles are a part of the aging process and can be treated and reversed with the correct procedures.
  • Biotechnology And Immortality  By : frank vanderlugt
    In a very primitive way we are on the road to Immortality.

    Within the nucleus of nearly every one of the 100 trillion cells that make up our body is a Computer Program of enormous complexity. This Computer Program is our DNA.
    We can now for the first time in Man's history read the message this Computer Program produces.
  • Help With America's Health Care Crisis...Teach Someone to Read!  By : Nicky Pilkington
    Are you sometimes confused by written medical instructions? Now, imagine what it would be like if you were sick, scared and had only third grade reading skills. Your doctor tells you, "You've got to follow these instructions exactly, or you could die."
  • Exercise: An Anti-Aging Activity  By : Gary Wells
    Start an exercise routine as part of your anti-aging strategy.
  • What to Keep in Your First Aid Kit  By : Charles Kassotis
    This article explains some of the most important supplies to stock in your first aid kit for the home or at the office.
  • Benefits of Yoga  By : Jos Putzeys
    Yoga through meditation works remarkably to achieve harmony and helps the mind
    work in synchronization with the body. How often do we find that we are unable to perform our activities properly and in a satisfying manner ...
  • Depression - Finding the "Write" Solution!  By : Nicky Pilkington
    Most of us feel depressed or "down" at sometime in our lives but, fortunately, it`s usually short lived. Some people, however, are unable to shake off their feeling of depression and are diagnosed as "Clinically Depressed". Many types of pills and drugs are prescribed but they often lead to addiction in addition to depression, thus creating a never ending downward spiral. Thousands, and possibly millions, of patients are convinced they`ll never recover which only adds to their sense of low-self esteem. Today, people suffering from depression seek alternative remedies such as acupuncture and various therapies. Cognitive behavioral therapy is one of the most popular as it encourages people to view their problems from a different perspective. It is one of the most successful therapies but not always available on a continuos basis which is essential if the patient is to benefit. People who struggle financially can find this particular therapy difficult to obtain on an ongoing basis as their appointments may be weeks apart. Wealthier people, of course, don`t encounter such problems as they have sufficient money for private treatment. Everybody would agree this is unjust but, regrettably, life is frequently unfair.
  • Four Steps To Triple Your Energy  By : Steven Barnes
    The simple truth about increasing the "juice" of life.
  • Invest in Your Health  By : Nicky Pilkington
    What if a trusted friend were to tell you about an investment where you could not possibly go wrong...what would be your reaction? And what if there was a virtual mountain of credible information that supported the investment claims...wouldn't you be inclined to take advantage of the opportunity and not miss out on the rewards? Although the answer to these questions seems apparent, when it comes to investing in our health and quality of life we often choose to ignore what obviously works. Take for example, exercise...
  • Essential Hearing Aid Tips  By : John Morris
    Hearing loss is such a devastating condition. It completely shuts down your ability to listen to your surroundings and appreciate the acoustic beauty found in nature’s visual landscape...
  • How to Benefit from The Mind-Body Connection  By : David Snape
    When a doctor reports amazing improvements in a patient's condition, he or she almost never mentions that person's beliefs and lifestyle, but when I inquire, I find the patient always has made some drastic change toward a more loving and accepting outlook.
  • 8 Steps for Coping with and Healing Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)  By : David Maillie
    ADD is on the rise. Our fast paced society and lifestyle contribute to this disease. 1 in 5 people have symptoms, yet it is ignored, misunderstood and not treated correctly, if at all. With a little education and patience we can learn more about ADD and gain a better understanding of it.
  • Lower back pain and your computer is a bad combination  By : Hege Crowton
    Did you know that spending long hours at your computer can put your health at serious risk?
    Most people does not even consider that possibility, but it does.
  • How To Make Every Day A Good Hair Day  By : Lee Dobbins
    Your hair can be fragile and a little bit of pampering and proper care will go a long way to making every day a good hair day.
  • Say Goodbye to Pimples with Easy-to-Learn Home Remedies  By : Sandra Stammberger
    Pimples have been the all-time problem of adolescent, teenager, and even adults. And though pimples are only temporary, the mere sight of them scattered all over your face is really unpleasant. But worry not. There are several easy to follow steps, procedures, and ways to get rid of pimples courtesy of the product available at your home.

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