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    • 1.

      Battling With Alzheimer

      by Jan Richards - 2008-07-10
      One could trace back the history of Alzheimer's disease from a presentation and lecture made by a German psychiatrist in 1906 during 37th Meeting of Southwest German Psychiatrists held in Tübingen. Dr...
    • 2.

      Different Ways In Changing How You Eat

      by Jan Richards - 2008-07-10
      As you may know, not fueling up with the right nutrients can affect how well your body performs and your overall fitness benefits. Even though healthy eating is important, there are myths that hinder ...
    • 3.

      A Look At Congestive Heart Failure

      by Jan Richards - 2008-07-10
      The human body is a magnificent machine that works in harmony with nature. The machinery needs proper care and sometimes parts replaced. Like the machine so the heart also needs help to prevent failur...
    • 4.

      Chooing The Right Food For Lowering Cholesterol

      by Jan Richards - 2008-07-10
      Almost everybody knows the effects of bad cholesterol in the body. By bad cholesterol, it literally has to do with low-density lipoprotein's molecular transport deposits that thicken in the walls of t...
    • 5.

      Eating Correctly During Healthy Aging

      by Jan Richards - 2008-07-18
      You have to eat right in order to stay healthy. If you do not eat right, your body does not receive the nutrients it needs to stay healthy. You have to eat so it fuels your body. Similar to a motor ve...
    • 6.

      You Can Eat Healthy While Eating Out

      by Jan Richards - 2008-07-18
      If you go out to a restaurant to eat, you probably watch your calories very closely. To assist you with your calorie watching when dining out, these tips will help you make the most of it. - Always or...
    • 7.

      Some Food To Consume To Lower Cholesterol

      by Jan Richards - 2008-07-18
      There is a saying that goes. "We are what we eat." This is so true as the food being consumed may affect the cholesterol levels inside the person's system. This makes this makes the person prone to hi...
    • 8.

      Food to Lower Your Cholesterol

      by Jan Richards - 2008-07-22
      High cholesterol levels are slowly killing off the population. The increasing prevalence and risk of hypertension and heart disease in Americans are ringing the alarm bells in the country's health se...
    • 9.

      List of Things You Can Do to Lower Your Cholesterol

      by Jan Richards - 2008-07-22
      Experts say that people who are over 20 years of age should pay more attention to their cholesterol level and advise them to do everything they can to lower their levels of "bad" cholesterol. Despite...
    • 10.

      Taking Vitamin and Pills to Lower Cholesterol

      by Jan Richards - 2008-07-22
      Having an abnormally high cholesterol level can put one at risk of developing heart disease. It won't be an instant thing; heart disease can gradually develop as a person ages and as one continues to...