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Cleo Active Leggings – Relief For Tired, Aching Legs

Cleo Active Leggings – Relief For Tired, Aching Legs

June 20, 2011 No Comments

by Sam Blackman Cleo Active Leggings are a great way to get fast relief for tired aching legs. They can also boost the circulation and help with problems such as deep vein thrombosis and restless leg syndrome. These therapeutic leggings can help everyone from athletes to the elderly, from those who spend all day on […]

Fattiest States Named In New Obesity Report

June 11, 2011 No Comments

Fattiest States Named In New Obesity Report Sixteen out of the 50 U.S. states have gotten fatter according to a new report released this week. Thus, obesity rates in a dozen states have risen about 30% with Mississippi being the largest state in the commonwealth overall. Mississippi has an adult obesity rate of 34.4% and […]

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The Bible

June 4, 2011 No Comments

The Bible The Bible is unique in it’s preparation, circulation, translation, and preservation. The Bible is by far the most published book in the world. It was the first book ever printed on a printing press and has dominated the presses ever since. It was written over a period of 1,500 years by a great […]

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Risk Factors of Deep Vein Thrombosis

Risk Factors of Deep Vein Thrombosis

June 2, 2011 No Comments

by mattingham What is Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)? A blood clot in the leg that may occur after a surgical operation, pregnancy, or a long period of bed rest. Risk factors for Thrombosis People with family history of blood clots in veins Overweight (obese) people are more prone of having thrombosis as there are more […]

Tips for a Safe Flight with Compression Stockings

Tips for a Safe Flight with Compression Stockings

May 29, 2011 No Comments

by R~P~M When flying, it’s important to take steps to avoid developing Deep Vein Thrombosis, commonly known as DVT, a potentially fatal condition which can occur after long periods of inactivity, like sitting on a long haul flight. In the United States, figures indicate that one in 100 people who develop DVT die, but the […]

Fat is Good. Too Much is Bad.

May 27, 2011 No Comments

FATis actually needed for your body’s health.  It is a storage depot of energy and it also insulates your body to keep it warmer when it’s cold.  Energy and heat come from fat metabolism when the fat molecule is broken down by energy producing pathways. More prominent in the newborn, brown fat is a major site […]

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Being Overweight Isn’t Your Fault.  Fixing The Problems With Technices, Not Drugs.

Being Overweight Isn’t Your Fault. Fixing The Problems With Technices, Not Drugs.

May 23, 2011 No Comments

by JohnGreyTurner OVERWEIGHT?  IT  ISN’T  YOUR  FAULT For starters, we have been brain-washed to believe that if we skip meals, we will lose weight.  Actually, if we skip food, the body thinks the food supply is dwindling or gone.  It will pile on the fat to keep from starving.  If we eat breakfast and graze […]

What is Glucosamine And Chondroitin Sulphate?

May 22, 2011 No Comments

Glucosamine and Chondroitin are nutritional supplements and as such are not subject to the same strict regulations required for prescription drugs and prescription. Therefore, if you decide to take any supplement, you do so on your own. Be sure to consult your doctor before trying these supplements. Make sure that the cause of your pain […]

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Different Function of Vitamins

Different Function of Vitamins

May 17, 2011 No Comments

As a nutrient vitamins are necessary for our body’s health. We can take these vitamins from different sources. These sources are the green leafy and yellow vegetable, fruits, legumes, nuts, cereals, eggs, milk, fish and poultry products as well as other glandular organs of animals. Vitamins are classified into two, the fat soluble and the […]

Dietary Supplements’ Side Effects

May 16, 2011 No Comments

Most people take dietary supplements to ensure that they are getting enough nutrients food couldn’t provide much. While a pregnant woman increases her intake of iron and calcium for the needs of her own body and for the unborn child, the daily dose of ascorbic acid and other vitamins can also be doubled in cases […]

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Excessive Diaphoresis Treatment

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Minimising Drug Errors IN Anaesthetic Practice

by Angela de Março Many anaesthetists develop their own particular strategies for avoidance of such errors but the Council...

Anti Aging Supplement: Revolutionary Anti Aging Discovery

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Things You Should Know About Heart Attacks

by Austin ampersand Zak If your family has history of having a member who suffered from heart attack, the...