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  • Truth About Payday Loans
    Truth About Payday Loans
    Personal loan. Payday loan. Cash advance. Installment loan. Short term loans go by many names that are different, but anything you call them, they have gotten a bad reputation through the years. Lots of people view them as a way to take good...
  • Zarbee's Gummies
    Free sample Zarbee's Naturals; learn how to make your own gummy vitamins (video)
    Now that cold and flu season is in high gear, it might be a good time to boost your child's immune system. Zarbee's Naturals is giving away free samples of their Elderberry Gummy Immune Support for ages 12 and over, and their Mighty Bee...
  • Study suggests saunas can prolong life and 7’s the lucky number at Spa Castle
    Study suggests saunas can prolong life and 7’s the lucky number at Spa Castle
    Whether at a spa or health club such as Crunch WeHo, I always follow a workout session with a steam bath followed by a sauna. The former to detox and meditate (I love just blissing out in a steam), and the latter to absorb moisturizers that I...
  • WHO says sugar consumption should be slashed
    WHO: Sugar consumption should be slashed
    Sugar is delicious, and not a lot of people are going to deny that. But it can cause so many health problems; it can cause inflammation, tooth decay, diabetes, etc. And because of all these health complications that are associated with eating...
  • TD Bank FitBit
    TD Bank Offer
    Falling behind on your New Year’s goals of physical and fiscal fitness? TD Bank has a solution. Now until March 7th or while supplies last, the bank is offering a free Fitbit Flex to all new customers who open both a checking and savings...
  • FDA wants a health warning on low testosterone drug packaging
    FDA wants a health warning on low testosterone drug packaging
    In 2013, an estimated 2.3 million people filled prescriptions for testosterone-boosting drugs. But today, the FDA is warning doctors they’ve been over-prescribing the drugs, according to the Chicago Tribune on March 5. The FDA’s...
  • 10-month-old baby 41 pounds: How 9-pound baby grew to 41-pound baby in 10 months
    10-month-old baby 41 pounds: How 9-pound baby grew to 41-pound baby in 10 months
    The 10-month-old baby weighing 41 pounds is making international headlines because Aliya was born a healthy baby with nine pounds but then gained so much weight that as a 10-month-old baby she weighed 41 pounds. Aliya’s dad is sharing that...
  • 'meQuilibrium'
    Stress Buster: Jan Bruce on 'meQuilibrium' (Q&A)
    Today, Hartford Books Examiner welcomes Jan Bruce.Ms. Bruce is the co-author of meQuilibrium: 14 Days to Cooler, Calmer, and Happier (Harmony Books, $26.00). Prior to founding meQuilibrium in 2010, she was a managing director and publisher at...
  • common mistakes
    The workout mistakes you make after you exercise
    You're probably careful to get the right amount of cardio everyday and you do enough ab work and weight training to stay fit and healthy, right? Most healthy exercisers do. So you probably assume that you are not at risk for making some of the...
  • Working out helps brain and body
    Nurses say exercising brain important to keeping bodies and thinking fit
    "If you really need a reason to begin exercising or continuing with more, just think of your head as a garden, says San Antonio Registered Nurse Liz Hajek explaining some of the keys to good health this morning. "When you do activity to...
  • green dragon
    The power of the herbal dragon
    Dragons are an important part of Asian culture. The Chinese see the dragon as a symbol of benevolent magical power. As with any marketing campaign, names are important. The term for dragon, Long, shows up in several powerful herbal medicines. It...
  • Vaping
    The Polluting Cancer Sticks
    Is it too much to ask for fresh air where ever you go. People who smoke and vape do not realize they are invading the air space of people who want clean air. Vaping is now very popular to get around smoking bans. Vaping is just as disgusting as...
  • Too much sleep can put you at risk of stroke
    Sleeping for more than recommended 8 hours could lead to stroke, study says
    Don’t punch that snooze button too often because, to be blunt, it can give you a stroke.A new study by the University of Cambridge suggests that people who sleep more than the recommended eight hours a night could be at risk of suffering a...
  • My precious sister
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    How many of us have gone to the Doctor hoping beyond hope that whatever fears and concerns we had about our health would somehow magically be alleviated by their years of education and title? after all, is that not why they went to school to begin...
  • Celebrate National Nutrition Month this March
    Celebrate National Nutrition Month this March
    March is a good month for preppers to become informed about good food choices and to develop sound eating habits. To become more informed about nutrition, preppers could watch a series of DVDs about the dangers of:1. Fast food.2. GMOs.3. The corn...