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Study Finds that Yoga Could Replace Some Prescription Drugs Traditional medical practitioners often turn to prescription drugs to treat depression and anxiety disorders before other alternatives are explored. What if doctors prescribed a twice-weekly yoga sess ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
... mptoms of disorders associated with low GABA levels has clear public health advantage" more
Mar 05 2008 12:44am
Prescription drugs and anorexia Has anyone been precribed an antibiotic for acne  prior to your anorexia diagnosis?
Sep 13 2011 9:23pm
Blood Sugar Conversion can also determine your blood sugar levels   Blood Sugar Converter http://www.etoolsage.com/converter/Blood_Sugar_conversion.asp?toolsort=1500 The converter permits the user convert blood sugar between  mg/dl(US) and  mmol/L(UK). It ca ...
Aug 24 2009 8:27pm
Drinking Alcohol Leads to Decrease in Brain Volume By now you've probably heard about all the studies that promote drinking alcohol moderately to reduce the risk of heart disease. Be that as it may, scientists from the American Academy of Neurology in ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Alcoholism Information Alcohol and drug use can progress into abuse and even addiction so insidiously that sometimes people do not realize that it has become a problem for them and those around them. The following self-as ...
Jan 24 2009 9:49am
Veronica Forrest. Dr. Bill, could you get in touch please. I am now two years' sober and ... more
Dec 03 2011 3:21pm
Size of drink, alcohol content critical to impact on health If you are counting calories, it is important to know how much alcohol you are getting in a drink. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines an alcoholic drink as 12 ounces of "regular" b ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
... ger person comment. Of course that means you can drink more! Aren't you lucky!!! As for t ... more
Sep 03 2007 8:01am
alcohol abuse hai Alcohol is a depressant, which means it slows the function of the central nervous system.......... Alcohol actually blocks some of the messages trying to get to the brain........... So you ...
Jun 08 2008 4:26am
About the alcohol addiction Alcohol abuse affects millions. This site has a lot of useful information. Alcohol Abuse
Jun 09 2008 12:15am
the information provided ios very useful and informative   http://www.southcoastrecov ... more
Sep 24 2010 3:29am
Grown up non-alcoholic drinks I was just reading in Food Arts magazine that non-alcoholic beverages have progressed far beyoung O’Doul’s and disgusting Red Bull. At the Fancy Food show in New York, lots of new drinks were intro ...
Nov 03 2007 7:31pm
I usually go for the bubblie water with a twist of lime or lemon. more
Nov 12 2007 11:22am
Alcohol If Im an active person everyday then is it still bad to drink alcohol after a workout. Does it absorb differently?
Jun 01 2007 1:02pm
... s to health and no one should take it. If we can't stop this addiction than we can take it ... more
Oct 10 2009 2:17am