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Energy and Fatigue, Headline »

[1 Jun 2012 | No Comment ]

Do you feel run down? Perhaps living at a quick pace leaves you feeling so tired that the first thing you want to do after work is crawl straight into the bed. I will show you a few ways to bring additional energy into your life, at this very moment!

Oftentimes, do you just wish that there were more than 24 hours each day? Getting everything done seems impossible. Could it be your levels of energy that is causing the trouble? A few years ago things came easier but your heart …

Guest Articles, Headline, Weight Loss, Fitness »

[31 May 2012 | No Comment ]

Summer has arrived, and that means that many people will be using their airline credit cards and hitting the beach for a little fun in the sun. However, some people are reluctant to go to the beach because they feel self-conscious about their weight.

The good news is that there are many natural things that one can do to lose weight. Below are some tips on losing weight:

Drink lots of water

Water is the best drink to quench the thirst on a hot summer day. It can also help one lose weight. …

Eye Health, Headline »

[31 May 2012 | No Comment ]

When the eye becomes inflamed it is usually a response to trauma, an infection (bacterial or viral), surgery, allergic reaction or irritants found in our environment.

Most of the time, eye inflammation is no cause for concern but it is still important to make sure that you keep the duration and severity of the inflammation to a minimum.

If these things are left to drag out they can end up causing scarring in the eye. Even a tiny amount of scar tissue in the eye can cause permanent problems with your sight.

You …

Digestive Conditions, Headline »

[31 May 2012 | No Comment ]

Peptic ulcers can be found in the lining of the stomach or in the duodenum, the upper part of the intestines. If you were to test an ulcer in the lab you would find chemicals such as hydrochloric acid and pepsin.

If the ulcer is found in the upper part of the intestines it is called a duodenal ulcer, and if it is found in the stomach the term gastric ulcer is given.

The most affected are men between the ages of thirty and fifty. Women, who are middle aged and older, …

Diabetes, Guest Articles, Headline »

[28 May 2012 | No Comment ]

Diabetes is an illness that is characterized by prolonged periods of elevated blood glucose. This condition affects approximately eight percent of the population.

Medication and insulin are the standard treatments for this condition, but there are also things that people can do at home to keep their blood sugar under control.

Below are three tips for managing your diabetes:

Exercise

Exercising is one of the most important things that you can do to keep your condition under control. Exercise helps lower your blood sugar and improve your body’s response to insulin. It also helps …

Headline, Urinary Tract Conditions »

[22 May 2012 | No Comment ]
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Bladder Infection
Commonly encountered by ladies more frequently than males, bladder infection is also known as UTI (Urinary Tract Infection) or cystitis. There are various bacteria which cause a bladder infection with the major one being E. coli followed by Klebsiella and Enterobacter.

E. coli tends to cover a huge percentage (about 80%) of victims. The situation can be worsened by several factors, not to mention the developing discomforts suffered by the sufferers.

There are many causes for a bladder infection which can consist of vaginal intercourse, the use of diaphragms or spermicides …

Beauty, Skin Care, Headline, Weight Loss, Fitness »

[20 May 2012 | No Comment ]

What’s the word for it – cottage cheese? Nobody wants to witness this around the hips and tummy! Cellulite is the topic of the day. Nearly everybody has dealt with it, whether they are thin or fat. Here are a couple of ways to help you to abolish it.

What’s Cellulite?

Cellulite looks like tiny dimples on the skin. Unfortunately, it’s true it does look an awful lot like cottage cheese. It’s actually fat deposits just beneath the surface of the skin.

Collagen and elastin fibers create a network just below the surface …

Anxiety and Depression, Headline »

[20 May 2012 | No Comment ]
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Nutritional Therapy For Depression
Depression is the most prevalent of all the emotional disorders. Symptoms may vary from feelings of minor sadness to sheer misery and dejection. When sadness persists and impairs daily life, it maybe an indication of a depressive disorder.

Depression brings together a variety of physical and psychological symptoms, which together constitute a syndrome.
Symptoms of Depression
The most common symptoms of depression are feelings of acute sense of loss, inexplicable sadness, loss of energy and loss of interest. The patient usually feels tired and lacks interest in the world around …

Headline, Urinary Tract Conditions »

[20 May 2012 | No Comment ]
kidney stones

Kidney stones affect more than 1 million people each year according to The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Much research has been done to evaluate the different options for treatment of  kidney stones.

The effect that kidney stones have on the lives of millions of people has led to improvements in the non-invasive treatment methods available.
Treatment of Kidney Stones
Today, kidney stones are often treated without surgical intervention. Either the practitioner or nephrologist (kidney specialist) will check several factors to determine the best method of treatment. One of …

Ears, Throat, Mouth, Teeth, Headline »

[18 May 2012 | No Comment ]

When you grin, the 1st thing that folks see is your teeth. After a night of grinding, that picture might not be as perfect as you’d like. But, there are ways to put an end to grinding and likewise to save that grin.

Grinding of the teeth is an involuntary condition. It involves clenching of the teeth at nighttime and also producing friction as you move the teeth backward and forward over each other.

Most folks do not even know that they’re doing it until they awaken. Then, they frequently experience headaches, …

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