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Lifestyle May Effectively Reduce Cancer Burden by A4M Worldhealth.net Posted Fri 11 May 2012 10:12pm Posted on 2012-05-11 06:00:00 in Cancer | Demographics | The American Cancer Society's 2012 “Cancer Prevention & Early Detection Facts & Figures” calls for improved collaboration b ... Read on »
It effects our way of lifestyle in so many way by tengjiajun521 Posted Wed 10 Apr 2013 5:58am In intuitive,our real five nerve world we are often not aware of the entourage of spirit that comes with us through our every day way of lifestyle. Our emotions will select up smells and seems to be, and we may even see aspects - and we often put it down to Buy D3 Items sensible thinking. It is easy to explain away these aspects. Yet sometimes we d ... Read on »
The Cumulative Protective Effect of a Healthy Lifestyle is Greater Than Any Medicine by Moms Nutrition Posted Thu 27 Aug 2009 12:00am While we recommend Juice Plus+® as part of a healthy diet to get more fruit and vegetable nutrients, it is important to know just how much affect a healthy lifestyle has on the cost of health care. (Mercola)--This European study, involving over 23,000 Germans, shows just how fantastic the results of a healthy lifestyle can be.  T ... Read on »
Healthy For Life DEVELOPING HEALTHY LIFESTYLES THAT HAVE A SIDE EFFECT OF PERMANENT FAT LOSS by Krizia MissK Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 08 Nov 2010 7:06am Healthy For Life DEVELOPING HEALTHY LIFESTYLES THAT HAVE A SIDE EFFECT OF PERMANENT FAT LOSS Dr. Strand reviews the medical literature and shows the reader how a carbohydrate induced roller coaster ride will harm the body. 5 Stars Life changing! Th ... Read on »
Effects Of Nutrition And Lifestyle On Dental Health by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 05 Feb 2014 7:00pm Healthy habits lead to healthy and happy smiles. The Austin/Round Rock dentists of Family Tree Dental Group explore how diet, sodas and lifestyle choices can impact the body, teeth and gums. The human body is an intricate machine with a number of factors affecting its performance and longevity. Foods, drinks and lifestyle choices can play ... Read on »
Is it more effective to make radical or incremental lifestyle changes to improve your health? by jmcnichol Facebook Posted Tue 02 Mar 2010 12:00am There was an article in yesterday's New York Times that has brought this question to the forefront of my mind. In Obesity Epidemic, What’s One Cookie?   Harvard psychologist Deirdre Barrett, the author of Waistland, advocates that radical changes are necessary and, fortunately, are biologically easier than small or gradual changes in ... Read on »
Effective Training And Living A Lifestyle That Places Your Fitness As A Priority. by Richard S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 18 Apr 2011 1:44pm Understand that training is the easy part, for real success in reaching your health and fitness goals, the "secret" and there really isn't one is your nutritional practices. Let these guidelines help you make smart nutritional decisions. Many of you are consistent with your muscle gym & fitness practices. Your training is on point, your s ... Read on »
A Healthy Body Equals a Healthy Mind…That Goes For Kids Too! by Israel L. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 16 Jun 2009 5:25pm It’s no secret to anyone with a pair of eyes that America is in the middle of an obesity epidemic. Our “bigger is better” culture has created a nation of people who are overweight, and out of shape. At some point in the very near future, inactivity and poor diet will pass smoking as the number one cause of preventable death in the United States. ... Read on »
Miracle Drugs by Robert Folzenlogen Posted Fri 11 May 2012 12:00am Ever since early man discovered natural herbs and resins that seemed to ease his common maladies, we humans have been hooked on drugs. In the modern world, these heavily marketed agents are used to counteract the effects of our sedentary lifestyle or to rescue us from poor choices when it comes to our diet and recreational activities. Of c ... Read on »
Reduce Sitting in the Workplace to Increase Longevity, Boost Health by Fiona G. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 11 Jul 2012 12:00am We sit too much. All of us. And it’s not just Americans anymore, although we still seem to be among the worst globally. A recent study conducted by the National Institute on Aging reminds us that we work too hard, sit too much, and suffer from a severe lack of healthy workplace habits. Although Americans are continuously searching for ... Read on »