Seven Tips For A Long And Healthy Life

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As good as modern medical technology is, it can never save you from the problems caused by a life style that is unhealthy. Instead of getting a modern medical fix for every problem, it is far better to live in such a way that you will hardly ever fall ill. An ounce of prevention is […]

Life Advice Looking Through A Window

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Living in today’s metropolitan world of cellular phones, mobile computers and other high-tech gadgets is not just hectic but very impersonal. We make money and then invest our time and effort in making more money. Does it end? Not usually because we are never satisfied. How many times have we convinced ourselves that if only […]

Living With Christopher

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Mark Haddon wrote a marvelous book that became a bestseller and won both the Whitbread Book of the Year and Whitbread Novel awards. It was said that Mark Haddon himself exclaimed, “Who on Earth would want to read about a fifteen-year-old boy with a disability?,” while he was making this book. Little did he know […]

Links Between Stress Shift Work And Serotonin Levels

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The 21st Century is best characterized by the advent of ultra-modern technology, global commercial and business, and the unstoppable desire to get and stay ahead. Because of these factors, business corporations compete in a world where the economy is active 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This phenomenon created a demand for employees […]

Actin Antibody Available In Imgenex Now

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Actin is a ubiquitous protein involved in the formation of filaments that are major components of the cytoskeleton. It is the monomeric subunit of microfilaments, one of the three major components of the cytoskeleton, and of thin filaments which are part of the contractile apparatus in muscle cells. It is the most abundant protein in […]

How Anabolic Steroids Came To Humans

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It was in the late 1930s when the substances, popularly known as anabolic steroids were first developed for the treatment of hypogonadism, which is incompetence of the gonads, especially due to low production of testosterone in males. Hypogonadism is the condition in which male testes do not produce sufficient testosterone for normal growth, development, and […]

The Magic Lamp And Generic Viagra

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Aladdin was happily spending marvellous days in his residence with the gorgeous member of the royal family. Life had become very easy for him and he was stress-free and satisfied. The castle was large and he had many employees to offer his every whim. The girl was very naughty, however. Sex, sex, sex, that was […]

How A Natural Enzyme Can Improve And Maintain Your Health

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Over thirty years ago, a German physician, Dr. Hans Neiper, faced with the problems that are still unresolved by mainstream medicine today, looked to nature to find a way that would deal with all and any type of inflammation. Inflammation is anything in the body that should not be there. Any “non living tissue”. And […]

Prostate Health Learn The Basics

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It can be frustrating and confusing to find out what really works for a man’s prostate health. In this article I’ve summarized some of the major guidelines and recommendations you should know. And if you’ve found something that has really worked for you, which you have verified through trial and observation, please let me know. […]

The Malign Effects Of Anorexia Nervosa

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Anorexia Nervosa is a very common type of eating disorder. The main characteristic of the disease involves self-restrictive food behaviors, determining the affected persons to keep drastic diets in order to lose weight. Anorexia involves a phobia of being fat and people affected by the disease develop obsessions with food. Although the actual causes of […]

Doing Dead Lift Exercises The Proper Way

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Individuals who want to improve their strength, posture, and overall health usually include dead lift exercises in their fitness program. This exercise is an integral component of a strength development program that virtually works every muscle in the body and emphasizes hips, thighs, buttocks, lower back, the shoulders, and the forearms. These body parts are […]

Gastritis More Than Just A Grumbling Stomach

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Ever experienced vomiting blood or having coffee-ground like material and dark stool? Ever felt abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, and constant hiccups? Then you might be one of the more than 10% of people who come to a hospital emergency department with gastritis. Gastritis is a common medical problem of the stomach. The stomach is an […]

Jhdma2a Gene Hope Sparks For Curing Infertility

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A new discovery which plays a significant role in the development of sperm may be able to give light on the problem of male infertility. Scientists from Howard Hughes Medical Institute believe they have discovered that a defect in the Jhdma2a gene could cause some cases of infertility in men. The Howard Hughes team noted […]

Anabolic Steroids Ok In Moderation

(50 votes, average: 3.48 out of 5)

Wow! Can you believe all of the news about anabolic steroids right now? It is really causing a stir but not necessarily for the right reasons. Let’s take a few moments to consider what makes the prevalent use of these performance enhancers besides the fact that people are “cheating.” First let’s discuss whether this is […]

Dealing With Death Anxiety

(32 votes, average: 3.16 out of 5)

The fear of death is one of the oldest fears of the human race, stemming largely from the fact that nobody is entirely sure what’s “on the other side.” On some instances, the fear of death becomes even worse when the person is suffering from a terminal illness and is inevitably aware that his time […]

Sympathy For Plastic Surgery

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Plastic surgery is becoming a common thing nowadays, with things like nose jobs and face lifts almost becoming everyday procedures in some large cities. Certainly, there are a number of psychological and emotional benefits to such procedures, but only if they are properly done. Also, even if these procedures are performed flawlessly by the surgeon, […]

Soft Drinks Contaminated By Benzene

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Bacon cheeseburgers and French fries drip with weight gain, increased cholesterol levels, and higher blood pressure. But what if further research findings made these foods look safe? In some way or other, a large part of the American diet proves unhealthy and even harmful. Conscientious meal planning becomes more and more needed and desired. For […]

The Jedi Code A Guide To Better Mental Health

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While entirely fictional, the enigmatic concept knowns as “The Force” is based on some very real principles. In the movie, Star Wars, the “Force” is often spoken of by members of a religious order called the Jedi. The warrior-priests of the Jedi Order served as the main proponents of what they believed to be the […]