After many years of playing tennis in Florida and surrounding states a young man named James Dean was diagnosed with a precursor to skin cancer at 16 years old. While…Continue
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Massage Can Change Posture? YUP. Stressed bodies tend to hunch. Rounded shoulders cause the shortness of breath and neck strain which can further affect the body and mind. Author Yasuko Kawamura shows you how you can help correct this problem in her latest video eBook,…Continue
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Reknowned NY Fitness Trainer Pete Cerqua is at it again with two books just out that are a "must have" for those interested strength, health and longevity (as opposed to weak, sick, and imminently dead obviously).
The High Intensity Fitness Revolution for Women...
and The High…Continue
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If you think stress is a major contributing factor to the onset and worsening of most illnesses you're right, says Dr. Thelma Jones, an integrative MD, with over 35 years of experience is board certified in Internal Medicine and Hematology.
Dr. Jones, also has a solid background in…Continue
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Wanna Stay Alive Long? Then Never stop exercising, socializing or stop getting intellectual stimulation. Andrew Weil M.D. says lifestyle patterns correlate with aging. Spotted this short powerful piece on lifelonghealth.com.…Continue
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Actually this piece is called "Rules For Being Human" Created By 'Anonymous' and given to us by a very wise friend who passed at 87. 'Ol Gus as he was called, followed the rules right up until the end. He wanted you to have a copy.…Continue
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Recently, Dr. Jens Forster of the University of Amsterdam led a study in which participants were presented with a series of critical thinking…Continue
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'Swap Pills For Push-Ups' says InStyle Makeover Magazine in their September Issue in an article called 'One Week To Stress Less'.
"You simply can't beat or mimic the effect of exercise"…Continue
Could your morning muffin be breaking your heart? Maybe. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, and the number one killer of babes, and some…Continue
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Inc.com reported on a recent study…Continue
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More American adults are walking regularly but less than half of them exercise enough to improve their health, according to a federal study just released. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends at…Continue
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5 Reasons to Laugh More
By Katie Gillespie (The Huffington…
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A new, small study of 25 women suggests that being dehydrated can take a toll on women's mood and cognitive function. Not sure who these 25 women were but chances are good you know 25 babes who don't drink enough water.
In the study, published in the Journal of Nutrition, researchers…
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Georgia James Posted: 20/12/11
A new hormone pill for post-menopausal women could mean their hot flushes will be restricted to the bedroom, thanks to its…Continue
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136 NFL Alumni Cheerleader Babes (some of them breast cancer survivors) got together to do a dance routine to benefit "Susan G. Komen for the Cure" (Breast Cancer). When they get 5 million views on the video, United Healthcare of Pennsylvania will make a $50,000 donation to the Philadelphia Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen organization. Their goal is to get…Continue
SPEED DIAL YOUR DENTIST TODAY FOR AN APPOINTMENT TO GET YOUR TEETH CLEANED AND 'SCALED' AS A STUDY WAS JUST RELEASED SHOWING DOING THAT JUST ONCE IN YOUR LIFETIME CAN LOWER YOUR RISK OF HEART ATTACK AND STROKE.
According to the Huffington Post, regular dental visits may do more than…Continue
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Researchers from Harvard University found that women who consumed two to three cups of caffeinated joe per day had a 15 percent lower risk of depression than non-coffee drinkers, while those who drank four-plus cups daily had a 20 percent lower risk. In general, women are more likely than men to…Continue