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Gum chewer! So, I have to send a shout out to all the massage therapists out there - don't chew gum! I know that a lot of you like to suck on gum or mints to ensure that your breath doesn't smell, but to some c ...
Jul 31 2007 7:58pm
The hit by a truck feelin is exactly that - sore muscles, a little achy, etc. etc. It was ... more
Mar 08 2008 10:44am
Breath Mints, Cough Drops and Gum Alright, for anyone out there who has been trying to give up sugar, I'm sure you've noticed that it's much easier to stick to it if you don't have any sugar at all. Right? So, here's the latest tip ...
Jul 30 2007 5:34pm
... zing how many calories are in some mints and gum. Personally I just don't think they are ... more
Aug 26 2007 8:10pm
No Eating After 8 pm, Paired with Better Dental Hygiene I was recently looking at old photographs of myself from 4 to 5 years ago, when I was about 23 or so. While I've never had a serious weight problem (aside from the freshman 15), I noticed that in the ...
Aug 11 2008 2:21pm
Yeah, Kristen, I tend to disagree with that also. I found that eating later in the evening ... more
Aug 18 2008 8:58am
Get in Shape and Prevent Heart Disease at the Same Time Heart disease may very well be America's number one health problem, but in the American consciousness, it's taken a backseat to cancer--at least in the minds of many American women, who are actually a ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Celiac Disease: Not as Rare as We Thought Celiac disease is a growing problem, and nutritionists believe it's got something to do with our increasing intolerance to industrialized foods. But new research also believes that it is associat ...
Aug 27 2007 5:32am
There is definitely a connection between infantile gluten intolerance and breast-feeding ... more
May 21 2010 2:34pm
Anger Can Lead to Heart Disease If you tend to blow a fuse easily, think better of it--it could affect your health in tangible ways. A study by the Medical University of South Carolina showed that men with chronic anger problems m ...
Sep 26 2007 11:31am
I'm often stuck in an anger situation where no good physical outlet is available. I have a ... more
Jul 15 2009 6:58am
A fresh look at women's heart disease More than three-quarters of American women will get heart disease in their lifetime, but most of them aren't aware of the risk they face and even their doctors are only just beginning to realize there ...
Mar 05 2007 4:16pm
Flavonoid-rich diets may help reduce heart disease Foods rich in flavonoids -- from apples and pears to dark chocolate and red wine -- may help shield postmenopausal women from coronary heart disease, cardiovascular disease and stroke, a new study sho ...
Apr 05 2007 11:20am
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Jan 06 2011 1:16am
Dairy food linked with Parkinson's disease in men NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A new study has confirmed a relationship between consuming large amounts of dairy products and an increase in the rate of Parkinson's disease in men, but the reason for thi ...
Apr 23 2007 1:37pm
I do know at thirteen I was told I was allergic to dairy products and developed a huge lum ... more
Sep 09 2009 3:29pm
Low-Salt Diet Shakes Off Heart Disease The low-sodium diet may have been validated as a direct route to prevention of heart disease, according to investigators here. The connection between a low-sodium diet and prevention of heart disease ...
Apr 23 2007 1:39pm