121). The Modern Day Sauna By : Gregg Hall
Most of us are familiar with saunas and have used one at least once. The origin of modern day saunas is in Finland where they perfected them. The word “sauna” is actually the only word of Finnish origin in the English dictionary and is sometimes used metaphorically when encountering a hot humid environment, for example, “It feels like a sauna in here.”
122). The Health Properties of Flaxseed By : Gregg Hall
Flax seeds are larger than sesame seeds with a hard shell that is smooth and shiny. It has colors that range from amber to reddish brown. Ground seeds feature a soft crunch and are easily absorbed. Flaxseed oil is nut-flavored oil that has a high nutritional profile.
123). Tae Kwon Do is Excellent Exercise for Young and Old By : Nicky Pilkington
Tae Kwon Do is Korean Karate. It means The Way of the Hand and Foot (punching and kicking). There are basically four sections to the art: Toning, Sparring, Forms and Self Defense.
124). Take Care of Your Kidneys By : Charles Kassotis
Learn how you can make a few simple lifestyle changes to protect your kidneys and keep them working effectively as long as you need them to.
125). The Many Uses Of Apple Cider Vinegar for Every Day Maladies By : Gregg Hall
Do you remember the old saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away?” Well that saying is supported by the facts that we have gathered about apples. They are amount the most health giving fruits available and contain beneficial vitamins and minerals. Some of those included are potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorous, iron and the central ingredient, apple cider vinegar.
126). Always Tired - the Problem with Fatigue By : James Monahan
Tired? Weary? Dragging your feet to work? Feeling lazy all the time, and constantly looking for the coffee machine? That, my friend, is a clear sign of fatigue.
127). Lasik Eye Surgery – A Refractive Eye Surgical Procedure By : Barney Garcia
Lasik eye surgery is a refractive surgical procedure that works wonders on the eyes of people suffering from nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia.
128). Why To Buy Organic Foods When Possible By : Gregg Hall
Nowadays many people are decidedly making smarter choices when purchasing food for themselves or their family. Organically grown foods have been increasing in popularity as people are choosing to live a smarter and healthier lifestyle.
129). How To Quit Smoking Cold Turkey For Good By : Marc Lindsay
Ever wanted how to quit smoking cold turkey? Well its not as hard as you think, find out why.
130). Exercise: An Anti-Aging Activity By : Gary Wells
Start an exercise routine as part of your anti-aging strategy.
131). Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise By : Richard Wise
The annual cost of health care in the United States, is around two trillion dollars. In the United Kingdom, it is about ninety four billion pounds.
132). How to Quit Smoking For Yourself By : Gregg Hall
Thousands of people are addicted to smoking, and, every day, thousands of people fight the battle of breaking this addiction. But, how can someone go about successfully quitting smoking? There are many reasons to quit, but the most important reason is for your self.
133). Treatment and Prevention of Acne By : Nicky Pilkington
Is it possible to prevent acne? Most people would not even consider asking the question unless they were troubled by this disease in the first place, so it is not really a matter of preventing acne from occurring at all, but of curing it first, then preventing its return.
134). Treatment For Oily Hair By : Kevin Pederson
The principle of care for oily hair and scalp condition is the same as used for oily skin condition. The hair routine aims at removing the excess oil and to exfoliate skin cells which clog up and suffocate the hair follicles in our scalp.
135). Snoring – An Involuntary Disturbance while Sleeping By : Barney Garcia
Snoring means noisy breathing through the mouth or nose during the time one is sleeping. If you are a quiet sleeper, the unhindered air will pass from your nose and throat to your lungs silently.
136). Drug Addiction – Uncontrollable Repetition Of A Behavior By : Barney Garcia
Drug addiction is an uncontrollable compulsion to repeat a behavior that is regardless of its negative consequences. A person who gets addicted to drug is called an addict. There are three types of drug addiction:
137). Dandruff - More Than An Itch By : Kevin Pederson
Big companies have made lot of money by selling shampoos to people who have dandruff problems. Famous actors and sports stars have endorsed these products.
138). Conditioning Your Hair Is An Important Part Of Hair Care By : Kevin Pederson
Hair as we all know is a very important part of body as well as having some good looks. It helps in creating a good feature for ourselves which is very essential in this fast moving world. No matter how much you take care of your face, taking care of your makes a lot of difference.
139). Recipes For Dry Skin Care Using Herbs And Essentials Oils By : Kevin Pederson
Dry skin is generally due to less oil and moisture produced by sebaceous glands. Simple dry skin results from lack of natural oils affecting mostly women under age of 35 years, while complex dry skin lacks both oil and moisture and is distinguished by fine lines, enlarged pores and sagging skin that happens with aging.
140). How To Lose Belly Fat Fast And Lose Love Handles Fast By : Chris Chew
Lose tummy fat to own an attractive slim waistline.
141). Soothe Yourself by Creating Some of Your Own Aromatherapy Recipes and Scents By : James Hunt
Today you can create your own soothing scents by using some of the many aromatherapy recipes that can are easy to follow. These scents range from your ordinary run...
142). Knee Replacement – World Class Surgery and Huge Cost Savings By : Stephen Todd
The cost of private knee replacement operation in a UK private hospital or clinic is around £8,000 to £10,000. For patients having this surgery in India the costs start at just £3,500! These huge savings are also available to patients in all major industrialized countries such as the USA.
143). How Does Pain Work By : James Hunt
What is pain? We have all likely felt pain at some time in our lives...
144). Stay Safe with a Strong Sense of Confidence By : Nicky Pilkington
A good number of women who are attacked are chosen because of the way they presented themselves. Something about their posture told the assailant, “here is a weak woman, I can take her”. If you are scared out of your gourd, it will show.
145). The Many Faces of Microdermabrasion By : Barney Garcia
Many of you I’m sure have heard of Microdermabrasion, but do you know exactly what it is? Let me give you a quick idea!
146). What is Your Stress Tester? By : James Monahan
If not taken cared of, stress can lead to the dissipation of energy level. Here are some of the stress testers that you should watch out for.
147). Divide and Conquer? A look at Stem Cell Research By : Nicky Pilkington
Stem cells could be the beginning of the end for deadly diseases, by allowing medical science to form custom-made tissues and organs that would replace or repair damaged ones.
148). When to Buy Air Cleaners For Your Home By : Gary Wells
Consider these reasons for buying air cleaners for your living space.
149). Pigmentation Is More Than A Skin Patch By : Kevin Pederson
It is a skin condition where in some parts of your skin turn darker in color. Such kind of condition happens due to the brown pigment called melanin in the skin.
150). Getting The Right Health Insurance Coverage - 5 Strategies By : Mike Singh
You need it. You don’t want to pay an arm and a leg for it. Find out how not how you can get just the right coverage ...
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