Health Articles
  • by Marc Lindsay
  • Taking vitamins 'just in case' is not a habit that anyone should get into and it is always recommended that vitamins are taken through wholesome and quality food. In today's society we seem to be taking more and more pills, the question is, are these pills doing you more harm then good?
  • Iron Man Hawaii 2005
  • by Keith Thompson
  • For a truly exhilarating experince whether competing or observing, check out the Iron Man Hawaii 2005 World Triathlon Championships from Maui!
  • Invest in Your Health
  • by Mike Law
  • 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?
  • The Worshipful Company of Bakers
  • by Jeremy Likness
  • Bread is one of the oldest known recipes to man. It has been around for several millennia. The recent low-carbohydrate craze has given bread a bad reputation, but not all breads are created equal. There are more varieties of bread than there are supplement companies. This article will explain the history of bread, the types of bread, and the role that bread can play in the quest for good health and a better body.
  • 8 Tips to Burn Fat Fast!
  • by Pat Rigsby
  • 8 Tips to Burn Fat Fast! is an overview of eight training principles designed to help the reader increse fat loss at an accelerated rate. These principles center around a full-body approach to weight training that will get maximaum results in minimum time.
  • Can Hypnosis Cure Adult Incontinence
  • by Clyde Willabus
  • Incontinence is not a disease and can be caused by various conditions. Many people over the age of 60 suffer from incontinence. Though it is common among older people incontinence can occur at any age. Hypnosis helps cure incontinence. There are three types of incontinence, stress incontinence, urge incontinence, and overflow incontinence.
  • by Tanja Gardner
  • Many women are concerned at the prospect of building large muscles if they incorporate any resistance or weights training into their exercise routine. This two-part article series explores some of the myths around building muscle, and explains why a base level of muscle is critical for health, weight loss, and the 'toned' look most clients seek for themselves.
  • Strength Training After Fifty
  • by Lynn VanDyke
  • Gives older adults a direction with strength training. What they should look for and what they should aquire before lifting a single pound.
  • How to Make Pizza Healthy for You
  • by Ryan Cote
  • Pizza. It's the weakness of many, many people including me. I love pizza- always have. I eat it in moderation, but it's still one of my favorite foods. There's now good news for pizza lovers...
  • Hidden Dangers From Poison Oak, Ivy & Sumac Plants
  • by Wayne McDonald
  • Making contact with Poison Oak, Poison Ivy and Sumac Plants may cause reactions such as a rash followed by bumps and blisters that itch. It is important to know the prevention and treatment for yourself and your pets.
  • Attack of the Cancer Fighting Tomatoes
  • by Michael Brooks
  • Article explores the cancer fighting power of tomatoes. A variety of studies indicate that a diet rich in tomato based products (tomato paste, sauce, juice, soup and ketchup) can significantly reduce the risk of prostate, lung and colon cancer.
  • Acne Skin Care Tips that Work
  • by Mike Spencer
  • How should people go about acne skin care? This article enumerates some basic guidelines to go by. For example, you should clean your skin gently, avoid frequent handling of the skin, avoid sun tanning, and lastly, women should choose their cosmetics carefully and men must shave carefully for good acne skin care.
  • Treating Arthritis - Naturally
  • by Mike Law
  • There are actually three common types of arthritis. These are Osteoarthritis which is the most common, affecting around 16 million Americans with an average age of 45. It usually will attack weight bearing joints like knees, hips, and ankles but has been found in the fingers, neck and spine. Each of our joints is cushioned by cartilage, a very dense, sponge-like substance. Osteoarthritis attacks that cartilage and gradually wears it down.
  • The Skinny on Salt
  • by Jeremy Likness
  • Sodium is a subject of debate. How much is needed? How much is too much? Is it good or bad for health? This article shares the history of salt, dispells some common myth and gets down to the skinny of where it belongs in a healthy nutrition program.
  • 2 Simple Steps to Effective Weight Loss
  • by Ryan Cote
  • It's agreed that if you raise the amount of calories you burn and watch what you eat, both the food and the portions, you'll eventually start losing weight. Don't make it more complicated than this.
  • How to Relieve Stress
  • by Trevor Dumbleton
  • One question that is not asked enough by people under stress is how to relieve stress. Unfortunately, people who are under stress tend to simply take it as a matter of course and simply accept its existence as though it was some sort of natural occurrence, or even a boon!
  • by Randy Stafford
  • Health is a number one issue in todays world but I think we forget this when it comes to our children. This article is about children placed on Ritalin. I have negative feelings about this.
  • Revive that resolution for asthma relief
  • by David Kane
  • We are more than six months into the year and many New Year resolutions have fallen by the wayside. If one of your resolutions was to improve your asthma and it has so far come to nothing here are 4 simple steps to get you back on course.
  • Strength Training FAQ's
  • by Lynn VanDyke
  • The is a quick question and answer article that gives beginners to strength training a foundation to build on.
  • How To Cut Down On College Stress
  • by Trevor Dumbleton
  • Probably the least appreciated form of stress is college stress. This is mostly due to the fact that adults simply see a lot of college students sitting on their rear ends playing video games and drinking, instead of seeing students who are under pressure to succeed all the time.
  • How to Start a Walking Program
  • by Michael Brooks
  • Tips for starting a walking program. Including warming up and cooling down. Equipement needed and why walking is beneficial
  • Maximum Cardio Part II
  • by Jeremy Likness
  • Cardiovascular exercise is an important component of general health. While certain people may require different amounts and types of cardio, everyone should engage in at least a little cardiovascular activity each week. There are many methods for training which all have their advantages. You should learn what works for you and what you truly enjoy so that you will continue to perform cardio and reap benefits of good health. Part II of II.
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