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By: Rachelle Disbennett-Lee
Instead of trying to be perfect, it is better to do your best, and often your best doesn't look like going all out all the time. This is especiall (read entire article)
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By: Gene Simmons
Rather than beat around the bush and try to lead into this in a semi-logical manner, I’ll get right to the point. The past is gone – vanishe (read entire article)
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By: Melissa Jean Quiter
Copyright © 2005 Melissa Jean Quiter Have you ever wondered how some people seem to have it all, while others struggle and work hard their whole l (read entire article)
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By: Alice
Dandruff is not a life-threatening problem, yet it often threatens your mental peace. Undoubtedly, you do not wish to be embarrassed by the (read entire article)
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By: Daniel N Brown
Copyright 2005 Daniel N Brown The Bible tells us that we must be led by the Holy Spirit. Since there are always four voices we hear s (read entire article)
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By: Stan Seecrets
Original quotes, when used at the beginning or at the end of an article provide a touch of class. At the least, it will make your article dif (read entire article)
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By: Claire Chapman
Are you a hurried woman? The Daily Mail on Saturday 30th April reported on the increasing way that women lead a hurried life which is caused by chroni (read entire article)
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By: William Hammond, J.D.
Being a caregiver is stressful and difficult. It involves contradictory feelings, thoughts and frustrations. When you have to care for a l (read entire article)
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By: Judi Singleton
Although She is only One, She appears as many forms or goddesses. Each goddess emphasizes an attribute of the one Divine Mother. This is an easy c (read entire article)
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By: Ray Smith
In our everyday life, our body is exposed to various toxins almost all the time. We are facing toxin attacks in the food, in the water we drink even i (read entire article)
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By: Willie Krut
In his book The Winning Attitude, John C. Maxwell, noted author and speaker tells us that attitude is:The “advance man” of our true se (read entire article)
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By: Gene Simmons
I still can’t understand it. After all these years, I can’t make a lick of sense out of what folks consider to be in or out of fashion – appropria (read entire article)
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By: Dave Saunders
Cholesterol finds its way into our bodies in two main ways. The first is through our liver, which produces differing amounts of cholesterol in (read entire article)
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By: Susanne Myers
Are you one of those people who get into something and just works day and night on it? Or are you one of those minimalists who didn’t start papers in (read entire article)
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By: Kathy Thompson
When you look at a face, first draw an imaginary vertical line down the center of the face from the forehead to the chin. Notice the difference in the (read entire article)
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By: Miami Phillips
I am beginning to wonder how many people are faking it?How many if given the chance would change careers, partners, domiciles, and friends (read entire article)
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By: Jeff Lakie
Far from the Flintstones shapes many of us chewed as kids, adult vitamins provide nutrients needed by a full-grown body. While vitamins are abundant i (read entire article)
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By: Susan Dunn, MA, EQ Coach
All around the country along about now, the kids are going back to school. While it’s primarily their event, it impacts the whole family, as everyone (read entire article)
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By: Chris Green
It's one of the saddest events I see and unfortunately, I see it far too often. Fear, the most destructive of human emotions, succeeds in totally rui (read entire article)
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By: Susan Dunn, Personal and Professional Develop
If you ARE looking for that perfect relationship, stop reading this article and do one of two things: (1) Go to one of those websites that promises so (read entire article)
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By: Debbie O'Meara
When I was a university student, an ice cream-loving friend of mine gave up ice cream for Lent. It became a joke among all of us as we watched him suf (read entire article)
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By: Mike Litman
Hope you're doing AWESOME and January is starting off GREAT for you! I just got back from a seminar I spoke at in Texas this weekend and I (read entire article)
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By: Austin C. Davis
Reader Question: I am on a tight budget, should I tell my mechanic how much I can afford to spend?Dear concerned car owner,Do you like (read entire article)
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By: Susan Dunn, The EQ Coach
If you were watching a basketball game and someone in a gorilla costume stomped across the court pounding his chest, you'd notice, wouldn't you? (read entire article)
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By: Dylan Miles
What is bird flu? What do you need to know about it? How does it affect you? Accurate and detailed information is available freely from medical professionals and on the Internet. As a brief introducti (read entire article)
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By: Melih Oztalay
You peek into the aerobics room on your way out the door and see that they're kicking up a storm in there. At first, they look like either an array of Rockettes or a Broadway dance audition. Knees are (read entire article)
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By: Nathan Wei
Many alternative or complementary therapies have been examined to determine their effectiveness for arthritis. The problem is that research studies often present with conflicting results. Some studi (read entire article)
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By: Craig Dawber
Cold sores are horrible. If you have ever experienced one you know the feeling of just wanting it to go away. They can be painful and look awful. Some people are plagued by them on a regular basis, (read entire article)
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By: Gabe Mirkin, M.D.
Stress fractures usually start out as a minor discomfort in the foot or leg, that occurs near the end of a long run. Usually the pain goes away as soon as the athlete stops running. On the next day, t (read entire article)
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By: Thomas Chant
Why do setbacks happen during anxiety recovery?There could be any number of reasons. Something could have unconsciously jogged your memory and sent your anxiety up, you could have tried to tackle some (read entire article)
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By: Lizzie Scott
We are exposed to pollutants and toxins daily - the air we breathe and the water we drink might be contaminated, the food we eat may contain lots of preservatives, artificial colouring and flavoring a (read entire article)
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By: Moss Greene
Studies on laughter indicate that a daily dose of laughter is good for your health and may even be the best medicine.In a paper presented at a recent American College of Cardiology meeting in Orlando, (read entire article)
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By: Matt Ellsworth
The bird flu vaccine is a completely different vaccine than the standard flu shot. This bird flu vaccine will only protect against the bird flu and not any other strains of flu. There is not even a re (read entire article)
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By: Stewart Hare
Canker Sores (mouth ulcers) are painful ulcerations within the mouth; they can appear in a group or on their own. They are linked to stress, hypersensitivity to the common mouth bacterium – haemolyt (read entire article)
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By: Dr. Mary Rodio
When Your Joints Say No!You may ignore the stiffness in your joints until one morning your hands resemble a claw and your knees or elbows ache when you try to straighten them. You may continue to igno (read entire article)
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By: Justin Meyer
People suffering from depression tend to find that they are sleeping at odd hours. Naps during the day, insomnia at night, it can become a vicious cycle that leads to problems getting up and going to (read entire article)
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By: Statham Diana
Blood pressure is the force of the blood pushing against the walls of the arteries. Each time the heart beats, it pumps blood through the arteries. Your blood pressure is at its highest when the hea (read entire article)
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By: Gregg Makarowski
Have you ever sleep systems like bunk beds, platform beds, murphy beds, frames or spring mattresses. Depending on how these are made some can be very painful on your back causing many aches and pains (read entire article)
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By: Denice Moffat
As a doctor, I go ahead and tell the client that they have bad breath and that it will clear if they do the work. I tell them that it will be used as an indicator of health as we go along. I feel it i (read entire article)
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By: Todd Going
Risperdal (generically known as risperdone) is an antipsychotic drug that is used to treat delusional psychoses. Dopamine is a key neurotransmitter that the brain uses which allows a person to experi (read entire article)
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By: Steve Pavlina
Like many Americans my age, I grew up with a positive association to fluoride. Toothpaste commercials told me that fluoride helped prevent tooth decay and that I should brush my teeth with fluoride to (read entire article)
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By: Paul Hooper - Kelly
There are several treatment options on offer to rid you of the excruciating kidney stone pain.The most drastic of these is surgery, which, whilst effective in the removal of the stones, will do little (read entire article)
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By: Phil Sottile
The IRONMAN is arguably the toughest competitive athletic event in the world. It takes the toughest events to do in and of itself in one day and combines it with yet another day's toughest event. T (read entire article)
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By: Lynn VanDyke
Drive down any suburban or city street and you will witness an overload of fast food marketing. Brightly colored signs, cheap value meals, happy cartoon logos, and a familiar smell will fill your sen (read entire article)
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By: Tanja Gardner
“I know I should exercise,” a good friend of mine was lamenting to me late last week, “but I really hate going to gyms.” I have to admit, my initial response to this was incredulity – even (read entire article)
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By: Roy Palmer
Scoliosis exercises are designed to correct or improve the lateral or rotary curvature of the spine. Opinion is still divided in the medical world as to the cause of the condition. Some theories state (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
We know of the possibility of epidemics and pandemics, which move through human populations. We have been forewarned of the possibility of Bird Flu modifying itself slightly and becoming very transfer (read entire article)
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By: Roy Palmer
A fitness test will tell you a number of things about your stamina, suppleness and strength. But one thing it won't tell you is whether you are moving as well as you could. Are you using too much effo (read entire article)
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By: John T Jones, Ph.D.
It's been over a dozen years since I was diagnosed with sleep apnea.I was watching television one evening and saw a fat guy who was treated for Sleep Apnea. I didn't know what Sleep Apnea was but I kn (read entire article)
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By: Ryan Fyfe
Yaws, a tropical infection of the skin, bones and joints is usually caused by the bacterium spirochete. Yaws is easily and quickly transmitted by skin contact with infected individuals. The Bacteria e (read entire article)
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