4 Tips to Help You Find a Reputable Mesothelioma Lawyer

Posted May 3rd @ 3 May, 2015

Mesothelioma is a rare form of cancer that affects the sac lining the chest (the pleura), the lining around the heart (the pericardium), or the lining of the abdominal cavity (the peritoneum). Studies have shown that people, who suffer from the disease mesothelioma, were exposed to an abundance of asbestos at one time or another in their life. Unfortunately, many people become exposed to asbestos unknowingly, usually as part of a job. Because of this, someone who has mesothelioma is ...
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Eliminate Troubling Back Pain and Eye Strain Associated With

Posted May 2nd @ 2 May, 2015

Copyright 2005 Roger Williams Do you remember the old saw about how computers would change our lives for the better? We’d have more time to ourselves and lead healthier, happier lives. The truth is computers do make processing information lightening fast. It’s just that today, we have so much more information to process and so many more distractions that the computer, via the Internet, has brought into our lives. The bottom line? Today we spend more time operating a computer (for fun and ...
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7 Simple Steps To Health and Fitness Success

Posted May 1st @ 1 May, 2015

Let's take a look at seven simple steps you can take right now to move you rapidly along toward your fitness goals. Think on paper: Only about 3 percent of adults have clear, written goals. These people accomplish five and ten times as much as people without written goals. Step 1: Decide Exactly What You Want. This will allow you to prioritize your tasks to that you are spending the most time on high value tasks that move you closer to your goals. If your goal is to add 20 pounds of muscle, ...
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Taking Charge of Your Life and Health

Posted April 30th @ 30 April, 2015

America is in a health crisis. Almost one quarter of every dollar is spent on health care. America is thirty-seventh on the health scale, which is not very good. One out of every three people gets cancer in America, one out of two gets an autoimmune disease, two out of three are overweight, and three out of four have a degenerative disease. All these diseases are on the rise. Do you see a problem here? I do. Our physical, mental, and even our spiritual existence is at risk. Our bodies do not ...
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Do you know these time saving tips for healthy cooking?

Posted April 29th @ 29 April, 2015

Everyone who has ever juggled home, family and kids knows how difficult it is to create healthy meals when pressed for time. Cooking healthy, delicious meals can be difficult, but some advance planning can allow you to make the most of your cooking time. One way to cook healthy meals that are easy to prepare is to plan your meals around several key foods that can be prepared in large quantities and used in several different recipes on consecutive nights. This method of making meals last is ...
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Bodybuilding Training Tips - From a Champion!

Posted April 28th @ 28 April, 2015

Twenty two years ago I feel into the world of bodybuilding by accident. I had absolutely no discipline, determination or confidence in myself. After many championships, Television shows, movie star clients and successful businesses here are a few training tips that have kept me going all these years. 1.MORE THAN JUST LOOKS: Realize exercise is more than just having a great physique. It is about strengthening the mind and heart and soul. 2.KEEP THE BIG PICTURE IN MIND: You will have good days ...
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Top Ten Tips for Making a Great Collage

Posted April 27th @ 27 April, 2015

The word •collage”, as defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary, refers to •an artistic composition made of various materials (as paper, cloth or wood) glued on a surface.” It is derived from the French verb, coller, which means to glue. Collages are fun to create and can be incorporated as a useful coaching tool. You might encourage your clients to make collages around different things, qualities, ideas, and opportunities that they wish to attract into their life. These ...
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Five Tips For Garden Sanctuaries

Posted April 26th @ 26 April, 2015

The design of your garden has an amazing affect on your family’s health and well-being. Here is how you can create harmony in your garden—which is considered a living entity—and bring peace and happiness within your home. Vastu Shastra is an environmental science written about some 7,000 – 10,000 years ago in India by rishis, or men of great wisdom. They observed the workings of Nature and recorded how different rays of the sun, the magnetic poles, the makeup of the land, soil, ...
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5 Tips for Dealing with Rheumatoid Arthritis Pain

Posted April 25th @ 25 April, 2015

Do you suffer from rheumatoid arthritis and have had to quit taking your prescription pain medication because of harmful side effects? Are you looking for natural alternatives to help you deal with the pain that you face doing everyday tasks? If the answers to these questions are yes, then the following tips for relieving rheumatoid arthritis are just what you have been waiting for. 1- The most important thing that anyone can do for their bodies is to exercise. This includes those who suffer ...
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Living with Memory Loss, Alzheimer's & Mild Cognitive Impairment

Posted April 24th @ 24 April, 2015

Living with Memory Loss, Alzheimer's & Mild Cognitive Impairment Memory loss may affect us with greater frequency, as we get older. A certain amount of memory loss is to be expected. But there is a big difference between the normal forgetfulness that comes with aging and debilitating mental illnesses such as Alzheimer's disease. Most people forget where they placed their keys from time to time or the name of a recent acquaintance. These minor lapses in memory are normal and may be, to some ...
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