Interesting Articles
The Kiss of Life is Passe
Tuesday, June 14th, 2011 by Ridzwan Bakar
Just in case you havent noticed, the latest recommendations for cardio-pulmonary resuscitation CPR introduced since 2010 does not require the rescuer read passerby to do the infamous kiss of life. I had alluded to this in an earlier posting Staying Alive To Stay Alive. ... Read More
Are preconceived notions holding you back?
Monday, June 13th, 2011 by despitelupus
In my humble opinion which isn't so humble, is it, Sunday is a day of rest. It always has been. I remember growing up, the most strenuous thing we did on a Sunday was to decide which donut to getat the grocery store after church. Maybe we'd head out on our little boat f... Read More
Urad Daal Recipe For Sex Vigor
Monday, June 13th, 2011 by Janardhana V Hebbar
Urad daal or black gram is one of the widely used dietary ingredient in Indian kitchen. Urad daal is also known to improve sex vigor. Let us find out how to make a Urad daal recipe and what are its benefits. What you need Urad daal black gram 10 grams Ghee - half table ... Read More
When infertility happens to good people: bad luck or somehow "meant to be?"
Monday, June 13th, 2011 by Lisa Rouff
How many times have we heard the cliche that "everything happens for a reason" On the face of it, it is a very tempting thing to believe, especially if it involves a good outcome. Of course, we were meant to be at the party where we met our partner, or to happen to run ... Read More
Magnesium Reduces Hot Flashes in Breast Cancer Patients
Monday, June 13th, 2011 by Aaron Tabor
Hot flashes and other symptoms of menopause are common among breast cancer patients. These hot flashes are the result of breast cancer treatments with tamoxifen and raloxifene that block estrogen action, aromatase inhibitors that inhibit estrogen production, and chemoth... Read More
How Not To Multitask
Monday, June 13th, 2011 by DragosRoua
TweetComputer multitasking is a myth. No processor can do stuff in a true independent way. What happens inside that silicon core is that there are a lot of small execution threads which are managed from a central point in order to prevent them from colliding or accident... Read More
Do Most American Women Experience Complications During Delivery?
Monday, June 13th, 2011 by Linda Burke-Galloway
The answer is an astonishing, yes. The Agency for Healthcare and Research Quality AHRQ released a report on May 19, 2011 stating 9 out of 10 American pregnant women have complications while pregnant and during their delivery. Angela Burgin Logan was one of those women. ... Read More
3 Health Food Myths
Monday, June 13th, 2011 by eHealthGuide
When you're trying to eat healthier, you don't want to fall into the trap of a few common health food myths that can undo the hard work you've put in to enjoying a healthier lifestyle. Consider some of the following myths about health food and nutrition the next tim... Read More
Snooze + darkness = skinny
Monday, June 13th, 2011 by LittleMissHealthy
Sometimes its better to be in the dark Well it is if youre trying to lose weight, apparently. Neuroscientists have been studying the sleeping and eating patterns of mice, and have revealed that sleeping with a light on at night can lower chances of losing weight. They c... Read More
Father of 10 Year Old Suicide Victim Blames Medication.
Monday, June 13th, 2011 by BOB FIDDAMAN
10 year old Harry Hucknall Back in March I wrote about the tragic suicide of 10 year old Harry Hucknall. 10 year old Harry had been prescribed Ritalin and Prozac by child psychiatrist Sumitra Srivastava. This because Harry was having difficulty concentrating at school, ... Read More
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