Archive for April, 2011

Dieting

Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

Dieting is an ingesting food practice to maintain or achieve the person’s controlled weight. In order to lose weight, most individuals combine diet and physical exercises together. However, some athletes follow dieting to gain their weight (generally, in their muscles). A diet may also be used to keep body weight under control. The diets used [...]

Quit Smoking: How to Kick the Habit

Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

Quitting Smoking is extremely difficult that many individuals fail during their 1st attempt when trying to stop. The ACS (American Cancer Society) revealed that approx 70% of smokers wish to stop and approx 40% attempt to quit smoking yearly. However, only 4 to 5% of those people really accomplish their goal without any assistance. The [...]

Television Trauma

Monday, April 25th, 2011

Television Trauma can result in real distress in some individuals, especially when it comes to their favorite TV programs. New research revealed how college student viewers react when their favorite programs went off the air. The study showed how important TV role plays in some viewers life, especially in those who have a strong relationship [...]

Testicular Mesothelioma

Monday, April 25th, 2011

Testicular Mesothelioma is the rarest malignant mesothelioma type, a cancer resulted from exposure of asbestos. Currently, less than 100 of such Mesothelioma cases were reported. Testicular Mesothelioma progresses in the tunica vaginalis (the membranous lining surrounding the testicle) which supports the reproductive organ and provides protection. Because of the Testicular Mesothelioma’s rarity, there are no [...]

Prickly Heat

Monday, April 25th, 2011

Prickly Heat is known as a heat rush, and is a condition where prolonged sweating clogs the sweat ducts bringing them to break open and leak sweat beneath the person’s skin, leading to appearance of  red bumps. To prevent Prickly Heat (heat rush), the person should stay cool. You should avoid triggering your sweat glands.  [...]

Coughing

Monday, April 25th, 2011

Coughing or Coughs is a natural reflex that kicks in to unblock the airways and keep irritants out of person’s lungs. The Coughing action is a sudden explosion of air from your lungs, which may produce mucus and phlegm. Productive Cough produces phlegm. If you get cold or a flu type of cough, you should [...]

Critical Illness Life Insurance

Sunday, April 24th, 2011

Critical Illness Life Insurance in some cases is thought to be granted with people believing it already exists in their life insurance policy. So, many individuals do not really know what exactly they are covered for and what their life insurance fully entails. Many individuals who have life insurance, do not really see this insurance [...]

New Study Helps Classify E.Coli Bacteria

Friday, April 22nd, 2011

E.coli ”Hunter” test detects bacteria before it contaminates food and may insure greatest control for manufacturers of food against pathogens and also speeding up packaged food time to bring it to the market. Canadian study reveals how DNAzymes (fluorescent test system) designed to track pathogens DNA trails do not require consuming steps time and specializes [...]

Cellean

Friday, April 22nd, 2011

Cellean is the weight loss supplement launched by sixteen bottles and formulated by Dr. Michele Noonan. By regulating mood, energy, appetite and fat burning levels, Cellean gives every individual the ability to manage loosing weight. Doing regular exercises and a healthy diet is difficult to stick to for the long time by the approx.  2/3 [...]

Fish Oil

Wednesday, April 20th, 2011

Fish Oil is the natural oil discovered in the oily fish’ tissues, consisting of an important nutrient known as Omega-3 docosahexexaenoic acid (DHA) and eiosapentaenoic acid (EPA) fatty acids which boost people’s health. Only such fish oil don’t actually produce EPA/DHA fatty acids, but instead, accumulate them from micro – algal consuming that produces such [...]

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