Before You Look for Health Insurance

Posted May 26th @ 26 May, 2015

Copyright 2005 Richard Keir Shopping around for medical insurance can be a confusing business. You need to keep your wits about you and keep track of the benefits and costs of each policy and each type of policy. Too often we tend to look at the price first and the rest of the policy becomes a blur of fine print. And we're off to check the next policy. Slow down. There some important things you should do before you start chasing around to get a policy. Doing these few things will make the whole ...
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Living With the Discomfort of Psoriasis

Posted May 25th @ 25 May, 2015

Copyright 2005 Anne Wolski Psoriasis is a chronic skin disease that is characterised by scaling and inflammation of the skin. It most often occurs on the elbows, knees, other parts of the legs, scalp, lower back, face, palms, and soles of the feet, but they can occur on skin anywhere on the body. The disease may also affect the fingernails, the toenails, and the soft tissues of the genitals and inside the mouth. Psoriasis occurs when skin cells quickly rise from their origin below the surface ...
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Invest In Your Health!

Posted May 24th @ 24 May, 2015

What if a trusted friend were to tell you about an investment where you could not possibly go wrong...what would be your reaction? And what if there was a virtual mountain of credible information that supported the investment claims...wouldn't you be inclined to take advantage of the opportunity and not miss out on the rewards? Although the answer to these questions seems apparent, when it comes to investing in our health and quality of life we often choose to ignore what obviously works. Take ...
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Inactivity, Not Aging Causes Most of our Health Problems

Posted May 23rd @ 23 May, 2015

Copyright 2005 Raymond Kelly Just like the young, older people can gain many benefits from exercising. Life can be made a lot easier through improvements in strength, balance, coordination, and mobility. If the person has not exercised for a while, they must start slow. Even walking 10 minutes per day will give them great benefits. Weight training is also a great option. Start them on a 20 minute program (3-4 exercises), and increase them from there as they adapt. Keep sets at 2-3, reps at ...
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Healthsparguide.com to Healthy Living

Posted May 22nd @ 22 May, 2015

Doctors all over the world are up in arms over the dramatic increase in weight - related diseases. Diabetes, high-blood pressure and the like are expected to be top health killers in the next 10 years. The main culprit, as studies have shown, is the unhealthy lifestyle of the so-called microwave generation. Foods, which contain high level of calories but lacks the necessary good nutrients, are digested every-single day by millions of people. It is not surprising that in America, two thirds of ...
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Living and eating for maximum nutrition and energy

Posted May 21st @ 21 May, 2015

The past few years have seen a bit of a resurgence of interest in healthy living and healthy eating, and that is a good thing. We all know that most people do not eat enough fruits and vegetables, and that many people eat too much of the wrong things - like sugar, salt and fat. Reversing this trend will take some time and some effort, but starting with your own diet is a great way to improve your health and your life. The key to changing your diet, of course, is to change it in ways that you ...
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Flu Dead Reveal Ghostly Secrets To Save The Living!

Posted May 20th @ 20 May, 2015

As the dreaded bird flu spreads it's sub-microscopic virus tentacles across Asia, and makes an unwelcome European appearance in Romania and Turkey, scientists have returned to the past. They seek to unearth the hidden secrets of the dead in order to hopefully save our generation. The Spanish Flu or Great Influenza Pandemic killed as many as 40 to 100 million people globally during 1918-1919, and then mysteriously disappeared. The greatest plague in history decimated mankind - claiming more ...
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Parrot Care Tips

Posted May 19th @ 19 May, 2015

The cage is your beloved parrot's home. Any living being should have good home so you have to be sure that you can provide your parrot with the best conditions. Also if you choose the parrot cage wisely than you will avoid some parrot care problems that can appear in the future. The parrot cage should be the largest expense after practically buying the parrot. So if you are going to spend some money then be sure to spend them on a good deal. The parrot is going to spend a lot of time in the ...
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Fun Fitness Tips

Posted May 18th @ 18 May, 2015

Getting and staying in shape doesn’t have to be dull and boring! Try some of these fun fitness activities to make your workout time more enjoyable. MUSICAL EXERCIES – Put on your favorite music and do some yoga! No need for slow, elevator music. Move to your favorite beat. Or pop on the headphones or earphones and grab your MP3 or cassette player or handheld PC and bike to a nearby park. Too cold or rainy? Then head to a mall or other enclosed area where you can walk. Caution: make sure you ...
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Quick Tips for Fish Tank Cleaning

Posted May 17th @ 17 May, 2015

Cleaning Your Fish Tank One of the nicest additions to any home is a fish tank. A fish tank creates a colourful, relaxing ambience and they come in a huge range of sizes to suit virtually any setting. However, fish tanks do require work, and without proper care, algae build ups and murky water can change your tank aesthetically and cause unpleasant odours. Cleaning your fish tank not only helps with the appearance of the tank but can also prolong the life of your fish, as no person or pet can ...
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