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Did You Keep Your Weight Off? I personally didn't after 3yrs. I got pregnant and from that point on I was never thin again. I never got as big as I was when I had the surgery, but I was never that gorgeous self that I was jus ...
Dec 08 2008 8:43am
I am 2 years and 3 months out and have not regained at all. I am still losing a lb here ... more
Sep 23 2010 9:37pm
Aging Gracefully Many supplements are touted as anti-aging aids and supposedly raise levels of hormones that are thought to decline with age. These may or may not be effective, and may have considerable side effects. ...
Sep 11 2007 3:50am
... herself. She is still driving and has faster reflexes than I have. Until a couple of years ... more
Dec 12 2008 9:32pm
Special Report: Shhhh...This Is Your Brain On Sleep As we struggle to allot enough time to the job, kids, family, friends, Lost, and Joaquin Phoenix message boards, sleep stands out as a suspiciously long block of idle hours. We set the alarm early, st ...
Apr 02 2007 11:15am
Reflexology for Total Relaxation Looking for a new way to treat your ailments in one fell swoop? Then you might want to try out reflexology, a technique that dates all the way back to ancient China. Reflexology was pioneered in the w ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Well you know what I mean. I love getting a treatment. I've had full days at the spa tha ... more
Oct 19 2007 3:52pm
Badminton, my sport of choice! Hello Everyone: I have been playing badminton for close to 12 years now. This is a rapidly growing sport in the San Francisco Bay Area and badminton only facilities are starting to spring up all ove ...
Jun 05 2007 11:35pm
Nice to hear from a fellow enthusiast. However, I have not been playing as long as you ha ... more
Oct 18 2007 4:00pm
"Bell's Palsy of the Gut" and Other GI Manifestations of Lyme and Associated Diseases PRACTICAL GASTROENTEROLOGY April 2006 by Virginia T. Sherr, MD Bell's palsy signifies paralysis of facial muscles related to inflammation of the associated seventh Cr ...
Jul 08 2008 6:40pm