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By: Henry Leander Andersen
By Henry Leander Andersen. Hypnosis is not so much different from being absorbed in thought, or reading a book.With hypnosis, you are far more open to suggestion, at least, to suggestions compati (read entire article)
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By: Jay Stockman
One of the most important elements for the survival of human beings is air. Air is a vital component of a very complex set of respiratory functions. This air must be free of contaminants that could c (read entire article)
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By: David Chandler
What is Chiropractics?Chiropractics is a medical system based on the theory that disease and disorders are caused by misaligned bones, especially in the spine, that obstructs proper nerve functions. (read entire article)
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By: Rachael Kassinger Waterbury
Misconceptions In Memory of Doris "Judy" KassingerThe thing my mother regretted the most was that no understood what she suffered from. Either they had never heard of it, or they had their own misin (read entire article)
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By: Gang Deng
A new study shows that being overweight in mid-life substantially increased the risk of dying of heart disease later when they get older. This finding is based on a research by Northwestern Universit (read entire article)
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By: Laurie Lacey
In this article I will speak about the wonderful healing potential of special places. By "special places," I mean those places in nature or the natural world that are close to our hearts, and healing (read entire article)
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By: Ontonio Garza
Thousands of people from around the world diagnosed as terminal or incurable by modern medicine travel thousands of miles each month, enduring long international flights and exhausting bus rides to A (read entire article)
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By: Kamau Austin
Its 2006! Another year, another reason to party and yes....another set of resolutions to tackle. Most of us start the new year ready to take on new goals. We start with a strong push toward meeting t (read entire article)
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By: Elisabeth Lawrence
Each year, heart disease and related conditions kill 700,000 Americans, but new studies are questioning old assumptions about the best methods for treating vascular disease. According to Dr. Conrad M (read entire article)
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By: Ben Lynch
In reading a friend's post about abstaining from alcohol, I realized that I best write something about prickly pear cactus juice. In fact, I should have done this a week ago.Anyhow, if you are one who (read entire article)
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By: Terry McDermott
I tend to view massage therapy independently of broader categories of therapy, healing or other restorative practices or systems. I am inclined to do this because I am cautious about allowing massage (read entire article)
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By: Gabe Mirkin, M.D.
Can your LDL cholesterol be too low?The current guidelines for preventing heart attacks recommend that healthy people get their blood levels of the bad LDL cholesterol below 100, and that those who ha (read entire article)
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By: James Hunt
When many of us were growing up, it was common practice to lay out in the sun for an entire afternoon in an attempt to get as brown as possible. Aiding in this task were sun lotions and oils. Beaches (read entire article)
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By: Alampallam Venkatachalam
One of the truly great advances in the treatment of arthritis has been in Orthopedic surgery. In the past in India,osteo-arthritis sufferers were doomed to bed, or experience knee pain daily, when cli (read entire article)
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By: Zach Bashore
Very few people possess the knowledge needed to successfully gain muscle or lose fat. A person may know how to lose weight but most of you don`t know how to keep all of your hard earned muscle in the (read entire article)
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By: Rajkumar Neelappa
Every category of business are looking into the new trend of being online. For example: Banking Entertainment Bidding and Auctioning etc. The reason is very simple. The business achieves a unimagin (read entire article)
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By: Kacy Carr
Many a question has gone unanswered why people suffer from OCD and the reason for that is there is no known answer. What we do know? is that obsessive compulsive disorder affects 2% of the people in t (read entire article)
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By: Troy Pearsall
Someone asked me if they could write into smart-bodybuilding and get the same advice that they would from a personal trainer? The answer is yes, and no. I give the same information that you may get f (read entire article)
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By: Linda Moore
If you are contemplating LASIK eye surgery, you are not alone. This is becoming one of the most popular elective surgeries. This surgery can help to eliminate your need for glasses or contact lenses (read entire article)
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By: Christopher Ruane
Many people with chest pain fear a heart attack. However, there can be many possible causes of chest pain. Some are mildly inconvenient, while others are serious, even life-threatening. Any organ or t (read entire article)
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By: Health Filbert
Restrict nutrient access, remove a couple of genes and one lives 5-fold longer than normal. This is not science fiction, this is the cutting edge science. But, of course, I am not talking about humans (read entire article)
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By: Barbara Camie
Tamiflu is the magic bullet for bird flu, however it may be useful in some specific situations. For example, if you have been in close contact with someone who is infectious or work in a high risk occ (read entire article)
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By: Susan Ryder
"They" say that laughter is the best medicine. And whoever "they" are, I'd have to agree.In fact, studies have shown that when we laugh we...* lower our blood pressure.* promote relaxation and reduce (read entire article)
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By: Sophie Evans
Whiplash frequently affects people involved in rear end car accidents; in fact some 22% of all smashes result in soft tissue damage to the neck. Fortunately the condition is not serious and in the maj (read entire article)
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By: Josh Bernstein
Envision: you walk into the dentist's office and you are completely relaxed. As you lie down in a chair with a warm blanket, you fall asleep. Then you wake up to find everything done. Too many peop (read entire article)
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By: Gabe Mirkin, M.D.
If you belch or have burning in your stomach or chest, particularly when your stomach is empty, you have either an infection, a tumor, or a condition called GERD in which you belch and have pain and d (read entire article)
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By: Allison Thompson
You've eaten and drunk well over the Christmas and New Year period, but you now find your self sluggish and slow and not ready to get into the swing of things again.Well one way of getting yourself up (read entire article)
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By: Kenneth Snodin
According to the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, coronary heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. Heart attacks kill about 460,000 Americans (read entire article)
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By: Angie Dixon
Many people think ADHD is a recent "fad," a new diagnosis. Nothing could be farther from the truth.In 1845, Dr. Heinrich Hoffman, a physician who wrote books on medicine and psychiatry, wrote an illus (read entire article)
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By: Todd Going
Brushing your teeth everyday is great, but even the best oral hygiene habits can produce wear on the teeth and produce cavities. Dental sealants are a made of plastic materials that are applied to th (read entire article)
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By: Angie Dixon
Do you know what you're hoping to get out of your ADHD child's treatment? Do you have a treatment plan that shows you how and why you're working on a specific ADHD problem?There are several important (read entire article)
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By: Angie Dixon
Having grown up with undiagnosed Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), I know how it feels to be labeled "lazy" when you're really just fighting ADHD and doing the best you can to fit your (read entire article)
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By: Angie Dixon
I know some of my readers are up in arms that I even wrote this article. You think there is no question about ADHD medications. The funny thing is, some of you think there's no question that your chil (read entire article)
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By: Jason Johnson
There are a lot of psychological issues involved in a simple trip to the dentist. By nature, people fear instruments such as needles and other sharp objects, and the dentist's office has plenty of tho (read entire article)
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By: George McKenzie
For years, people who have been troubled by both high blood pressure and diabetic kidney problems have believed that the more expensive blood pressure medications gave them an added benefit in the for (read entire article)
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By: Deborah Uetz
You will meet me several times every day as I step into your examining room holding the hand of someone I love. You probably don't notice that I am holding my breath as you look at the test results a (read entire article)
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By: Craig McGinty
BREAD has an almost mythical status in France so a chance to go out on the daily delivery run could not be missed.Marie Ange Lavoix was to be my g (read entire article)
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By: Steve Brunkhorst
Did you ever feel like your "get-up-and-go" got up and deserted you? Has a stressful situation left you feeling drained and unmotivated to perfo (read entire article)
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By: John Sheridan
To be totally in tune with the needs of your customers or prospective customers you have to listen to them. Listen to them – it sounds easy enough (read entire article)
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By: Matt Ream
You already know that getting at least 30 minutes of exercise each and every day is good for you, but putting that assertion into actual practice (read entire article)
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By: Dan Brown
Do your remember when you first ventured out in theonline business world? You probably had questionsand problems along the way. Wouldn't it (read entire article)
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By: Michelle Wollaston
You are going to be pleasantly surprised! Most people think that in order to lose weight you have to do strenuous exercise, continuously, and lots (read entire article)
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By: Miami Phillips
After eating a turkey and dressing sandwich for breakfast, I am raring to go! For those of you who wrote and asked where the article was l (read entire article)
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By: Emily Clark
Cosmetic surgery is now so common, it’s almost commonplace. Cosmetic surgical procedures are used to correct everything from disfigurements that are (read entire article)
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By: Dave Snape
Guys (and maybe ladies too), I have some good news about shaving. You have probably experienced some of the hassles and problems of this chor (read entire article)
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By: Anne Marie Bennett
Have you had breast cancer in the past, or are you undergoing treatments now? Then SoulCollageâ„¢ is a practice t (read entire article)
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By: Gerald Armstrong
Before Two Out Of Three Of Us Die From CancerLifting the curse of the Big C. For years cancer has been seen as a death sentenc (read entire article)
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By: Lance Beggs
I love this quote by Zig Ziglar, and think it’s a perfect introduction to this article: “People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, n (read entire article)
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By: Mike Mahon
With new, inexpensive options for tooth whitening, you can improve your self-esteem without emptying your wallet.Your smile is one of the firs (read entire article)
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By: C. Guan Soo
Breathe Your Way To Healthier Life“I don’t have the time to exercise!”“I am busy! How can I spend 10 or 15 minutes to just (read entire article)
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