Archive | June, 2011

Adult Attention Deficit Disorder Treatment

The inattentive type of adult attention disorder is the second most common amongst the six commonly known types of ADD. The irony is that these symptoms of adult attention deficit disorder often go unnoticed and are the most difficult to diagnose. We often refuse to associate symptoms like difficulty with time or money management, organization, […]

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Fashionable Colors – Color Therapy

We all have our own fashion style, but did you realize your choice of colors may actually reveal more about you than just your tastes or that the colors you wear may even affect your moods? It is now accepted that color can be used to stimulate or inhibit certain behaviors. Advertising executives are well […]

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Stir-Fry Almond Chicken

Ingredients: 1 lb boneless, skinless chicken breast, cut into strips cup chicken stock 2 tbsp vegetable oil 2 cups celery, thinly sliced 2 cups snow peas or green beans, diagonally cut 1 cup carrots, thinly sliced 1 large onion, halved and thinly sliced 2 cloves garlic, minced 4 tsp cornstarch 2 tbsp soy sauce 2 […]

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Medical alerts for kidney stones

Many people are not aware of it but there are actually different types of kidney stones that some individuals suffer from. Among those types, the most common that most people develop is called “calcium oxalate stone.” While others are called “struvite stones,” “uric acid stones,” and “cystine stones.” These types vary depending on what cause […]

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A Must-Read Article for Statin Drug Users!

by Warren Matthews of Xtend-Life From time to time I come across an article that is so good and ties in with my own views that I like to share it with you. The following article by Tom Jacobs is excellent and is well worth reading.� If you are on a statin drug or�being pressure […]

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Menstrual Cramps and Nutrition

Women experiencing menstrual cramps may be willing to try almost anything to avoid having cramps each month. Did you know you could treat menstrual cramps with nutrition? If you’re tired of having cramps every time you have your period, how can changing your diet hurt? Learn how diet affects the severity of your menstrual cramps. […]

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Causes Of Agoraphobia And Panic Attacks

Agoraphobia is the fear of a crowd with no escape route in sight. Someone who deals with agoraphobia is likely to have a panic attack when they are stuck in a crowd. They would suddenly feel dizzy and feel like they might pass out on the spot. A fear that someone with agoraphobia experiences is […]

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Recognizing Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: The First Step Toward Healing

10 Ways to Recognize Post-traumatic Stress Disorder After a loss, it is normal to go through a natural grieving process. Sometimes, however, after a tragedy, feelings of loss surface several weeks or months after the tragedy occurred. This is called post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Recognizing these symptoms in yourself or others is the first step […]

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Three Woes That Can Keep Baby Awake!

For any new parent, a sleeping baby is the ultimate cherry on top at the end of a long day! However, colic, cradle cap, teething and nasty diaper rash can make peaceful sleep impossible for a small infant. We investigate healthy treatments for three common conditions. Natural remedies can provide fast effective relief without any dangers of harsh chemicals or side effects, soothing little ones for a peaceful night’s sleep!

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Relax Your Way To Weight Loss and Good Health

I want to talk about the effect that stress and sleep deprivation may have on your weight. I spent the last six years of my life in Los Angeles partaking in the “Rat Race”. Two things I discovered: only rats win the rat race and stress can play havoc on you emotionally, spiritually and physically. […]

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