Medicare and Your Health

Posted July 2nd @ 2 July, 2015

There is nothing more important than your health and the health of your family. Of course, education, food and shelter are also important, but at the end of the day the health of our family is probably the most important thing to us. After all, how can we get good education, put food on our table and build our family good shelter when we cannot get up to work every morning. In the past, people go to work seven or six days a week to feed their families and put clothes in their backs. But there ...
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Tips On The Offshore Oil Rig Jobs

Posted July 1st @ 1 July, 2015

As you probably know by now, the offshore oil rig jobs imply physical work. Almost all the rig companies on the market try to offer their employees an enjoyable time onboard. Especially as there are accommodation wings that meet 4 or 5 star hotel standards. The result is that, even if the employees are actually living in the middle of the ocean, they are good taken care of, with companies assuring all food, board and laundry expenses, besides the travel and transfer costs. So, if you decide to ...
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What's New With Your Living Trust?

Posted June 30th @ 30 June, 2015

Some time ago, Congress made certain changes to the estate taxes. As a result of the changes, effective January, 2004, the tax free amount increased to $1,500,000. (Back in 1997 it was $600,000.) This allows a married couple to leave a minimum of $3,000,000 tax free. Your Living Trust does not need to be changed to incorporate these changes. However, there are other developments which might be appropriate to consider. 1) You might want to consider a Dynasty Living Trust. The advantage of ...
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Body Sensing for Maximum Results

Posted June 29th @ 29 June, 2015

(Part 4 of a 5 Part Series on Body Awareness) I'm a runner. I've been a happy one for about 6 years now. I spend a good chunk of my week out on the trails, exploring and finding my inner peace. But it wasn't always like this. There was a time that I would have spit at your feet if you asked me to go out for a jog. I hated to run. And now I know why. As we all know, our bodies are pretty complex. Organs, cells, nerves, bones, muscles and everything else communicate to each other 24 hours a day. ...
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Women's Health Care

Posted June 28th @ 28 June, 2015

When the topic of women's health care is raised, the first disease that comes to mind is probably breast cancer. But surprisingly, that's not the number one health care issue confronting women today. In fact, heart disease kills more women each year than all forms of cancer combined. By knowing the most significant risks in women's health care and what you can do to combat these health care issues, women of all ages can take a proactive approach to leading healthier lives. The #1 Women's Health ...
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Living with Hyperemesis

Posted June 27th @ 27 June, 2015

In July of 2004, I found out that I was going to be a mother. It was the most exciting, thrilling, and terrifying day of my life. In the span of a few moments, my life changed from living on the fly, to living for the sole purpose of the growth and development of the little being inside me. It would still be another seven and a half months before I realized the gravity of what being a mother is, but I was given a crash course in the meanwhile. It was only a few weeks later when the morning ...
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4 Tips for Choosing a Dog Kennel

Posted June 26th @ 26 June, 2015

4 Tips for Choosing a Dog Kennel today more than ever it is important to provide our canine companions with a safe living environment regardless of where we live. Many states and cities require dogs have proper housing both inside and out. Neighborhood associations are jumping on this bandwagon and requiring that dog owners keep their dogs confined to their yards using outdoor kennels that are surrounding by fences. Whatever your thoughts on the subject providing a nice kennel set up for your ...
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Anti-Aging Food Tips: Eat Your Way to Better Health

Posted June 25th @ 25 June, 2015

Since time began, mankind has been searching for the secret of eternal youth, some anti- aging miracle. This is in itself a fantasy, but you can increase your chances of living longer by making a few changes to the way you eat. It all boils down to one factor... diet. The old saying "you are what you eat" holds true when it comes to anti-aging. Eating well is the key to better health and increases your chances of living longer. Improved eating habits lead to a higher level of fitness, our skin ...
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Protein for Healthy Living

Posted June 24th @ 24 June, 2015

Protein for Healthy Living. Recent scientific reseach have created a new understanding of the role protein plays in a healthy diet and the importance it plays in weight loss. According to the latest statistics, the obesity epidemic is continuing to grow through out the world and shows no signs of abating any time soon. An astonishing 59.6% of Australian and New Zealand adults are overweight or obese. And ever more disturbing, 30% of children from Australia and New Zealand are clinically ...
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Get More Mitochondria... Get More Energy

Posted June 23rd @ 23 June, 2015

(Part 3 of a 5 Part Series on Body Awareness) It kind of defies logic that you could get MORE energy from exercising. Doesn't walking a couple of miles wear you out, not raise your concentration and get you moving? For most people this is the case. They walk, run or exercise only to find themselves whipped, sore and bruised. It doesn't have to be this way. You don't have to go through your life with little energy--just enough to make it through the day and then crash on the couch. I've spoken ...
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