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From Glamour.com’s Shape Up! Blogger: How to Fuel Long Runs and Still Lose Weight by Megan Kretz Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:03pm Good morning and Happy Monday! After a busy (and sweaty!) weekend of packing, moving, and unpacking I’m now back to my regular weekday schedule (sort of). Today I have a special guest blogger – a lovely lady who’s training for her first half-marathon while shaping up her diet.I love Glamour Magazine and have been a long time reader of Glamour ... Read on »
From Glamour.com’s Shape Up! Blogger: How to Fuel Long Runs and Still Lose Weight by Megan Kretz Patient Expert Posted Mon 31 Aug 2009 11:20pm Good morning and Happy Monday! After a busy (and sweaty!) weekend of packing, moving, and unpacking I’m now back to my regular weekday schedule (sort of). Today I have a special guest blogger – a lovely lady who’s training for her first half-marathon while shaping up her diet.I love Glamour Magazine and have been a long time reader of Glamour ... Read on »
How Long Does It Take to Fall Out of Shape? by jane Posted Mon 16 Aug 2010 9:00am As we move into the dog days of August, that  going-to-get-my-best-body-ever  summer motivation starts to wane, and we’re more likely to skip a few days or weeks worth of workouts. This often leaves us wondering just how much damage we’ve done. I mean, if we take two weeks off, are we (gulp) back where we started? For a little ... Read on »
You can if you wish use journal instead as long as you stuff in enough to ensure the boots shape is retained. by yamail1 Posted Fri 11 Jan 2013 2:02am Step - At this stage you need to mix 2 part cleaning solution (suitable for cleaning leather) with 1 area water and again taking a sponge you dip it within this solution and then wipe this over the outside the boot. Step 3 - Whenever you apply the diluted cleaning solution you should rub the main sponge gently over the boots and  http:// ... Read on »
Star Shaped Brain Cells Feed Long Term Memory by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Sat 05 Mar 2011 7:16pm It's clear that long term memory and short term memory are distinct ... Short term memory relies on modifications to proteins that are already present ... Long term memory depends on new protein synthesis and changes in gene expression that lead to a change in the structure of synapses, the connections from one neuron to another.... Alzheimer' ... Read on »
Team Fitness - Serious about Getting in (back in) Shape! by CherylMillerVille Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 01 Jun 2009 10:32pm I’ve been fooling around with fitness for too long, and as a 60-year-old exercise physiologist who coasted through my 50’s, it’s time to get serious again about fitness. My walks along the river are no longer enough (understatement).  Resting on my laurels is no longer sensible.  Join me right here every day for Team Fitness–the 30-Day Back-in ... Read on »
Weight Management and Fitness Forum 62nd Edition by Weight Master E. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 28 Mar 2010 2:00pm Welcome to the 62nd edition of weight management and fitness forum. We appreciate everyone's participation and hope you enjoy these selections. Please come back to Weight Master for our next edition and other informative posts. Rugbygirl Crosby presents Top 25 Nursing Ethics Blogs posted at LPN to BSN Online . Leslie Brown presents ... Read on »
Weight Management and Fitness Forum 33rd Edition by Weight Master E. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 18 Jan 2009 1:13am Welcome to the 33rd Edition of the Weight Management and Fitness Forum. We had the most submissions ever for this edition. We had a difficult time narrowing it down to these few selections, but we hope you enjoy them. Thank you once again for all of your participation. Please come back to Weight Master for our next forum edition and ou ... Read on »
Weight Management and Fitness Forum 58th Edition by Weight Master E. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 30 Jan 2010 5:16am 1 Comment Welcome to the 58th edition of Weight Management and Fitness Forum. Thank you for all of your participation. We hope you enjoy these selections and come back to Weight Master for our next edition and other posts. Fredric Cernick presents Top 50 Blogs by Physicians posted at Best masters in healthcare. ... Read on »
The Trouble With Getting Out of Shape by Suzanne B Posted Sun 26 May 2013 3:53pm Staying in shape can get tedious and difficult, which is why it is very important to keep it constantly changing. Once we start to see all the positive benefits, our brains choose to go one of two ways: Rock even harder to see more results, or Take the changes for granted and start slowing down. Th negatives of slowing down? The bo ... Read on »