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    • 61.

      Perimenopause Body Changes

      by Mary Ann Copson - 2007-12-04
      During the Perimenopausal Passage many body systems require special care and support.Immune functions -Supporting the immune functions buffers against the possible weakening effects of long-term grief...
    • 62.

      Strength Training for Women

      by John Kelly - 2007-11-20
      You can look better, feel better, and be more energetic through strength training. Proper exercise can add years to your life and, just as importantly, it can improve the quality of your life. ...
    • 63.

      Body Changes in Perimenopause

      by Mary Ann Copson - 2007-12-05
      Copyright (c) 2007 Mary Ann CopsonDuring perimenopause many these eleven body systems require special care and support.Immune functions -Supporting the immune functions buffers against the possi...
    • 64.

      Healthy nutrition's for older peoples

      by Jaiking - 2007-12-07
      IntroductionIf current nutrient trends continue, one out of every five Americans will be over the age of 65 by the year 2025. This projected aging increase an interest in American people for de...
    • 65.

      Milk - Not The Perfect Food

      by Janet Martin - 2007-12-22
      Everyone knows that milk is a rich source of calcium that plays a significant role in preventing osteoporosis, a crippling and fatal bone disease that affects 200 million people worldwide. However, fo...
    • 66.

      Coffee, Tea Can Cause Osteoporosis

      by Janet Martin - 2007-12-22
      A hot cup of coffee may sound like a great way to start the day. But if you consume too much, you could end up with osteoporosis.Osteoporosis or porous bones is a silent disease and one of the most co...
    • 67.

      Exercise Prevents Osteoporosis

      by Janet Martin - 2007-12-22
      A little exercise can go a long way in preventing osteoporosis, a crippling bone disease that affects 200 million people worldwide.Medical experts say that exercising for at least one hour a day three...
    • 68.

      Crohns Patients And Back Pain

      by Bob Cotto - 2008-04-29
      Crohn's disease was discovered in 1932 and is a condition that affects both adults and children. Crohn's disease is an inflammatory development in the digestive tract and may occur anyplace (mouth to ...
    • 69.

      Bone Density Loss: Prevention A Far Better Option To Treatment

      by Brenda Skidmore - 2008-06-13
      Did you know that you were meant to have strong, and healthy, bones throughout your lifetime? Unfortunately, about 40 percent, currently, of American women and about 6 percent of American men, over th...
    • 70.

      Can Vitamin "d" Cure Your Pain?

      by Terry OBrien - 2008-06-21
      The D vitamin was discovered in 1919, it is often known as the sun vitamin because a form of the vitamin is produced when the sun warms our skin. Along with calcium, it has long been linked to bone he...