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Weight Lose is a Lifestyle

Low carb, Low sodium, Low fat, Atkins friendly, South Beach diet; do anyone of these sound familiar? I know that I’m not the only one that happens to catch the infomercials about the latest product that could help you lose fat and build muscle.It’s not to lose weight but the …

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Internet Addiction

Signs of Internet Addiction Definition of Addiction – An addiction is a persistent behavioral pattern marked by physical and/or psychological dependency that causes significant disruption and negatively impacts the quality of life. The term addiction can also encompass the apparent compulsive behavior and passionate dedication to activities. Alright now that …

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Managing Diabetes

Managing diabetes takes a lot of knowledge and self discipline. Having been a diabetic for around seven years now, and a gestational diabetic for years before that, incliuding three pregnancies, I have struggled with this. Ensure you empower yourself, ask questions of your caring physician, get annual checkups,on your feet, …

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The Spanish Flu

A couple of nights ago, I watched a documentary regarding the flu pandemic of 1918. I had never heard of this outbreak. They stated this influenza outbreak was worse than the black plague. I myself wondered why I had not heard of such a thing. Why was it not studied …

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Eye Allergies

Red weepy eyes don’t always mean one has been crying, they can be signs of an eye allergy. Along with this they may be swollen and itchy and oozing a whitish substance, especially if the allergy is severe. Most often these eye problems are shared with the facial features such …

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Dating with Depression 10 Tips

Dating presents a challenge when one is depressed and has difficulty feeling or expressing joy. About 18 million Americans suffer from depression, with another 20 million worldwide using dating sites on the web each month according to On Line Dating Magazine. Regarding depressed people and dating, Helen Friedman, PhD, a …

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