Archives for June 2013

What is Stress and Urge Incontinence?

Incontinence is the involuntary release of urine. While it is very common, it can be uncomfortable and, for some, embarrassing. Fortunately, being well-informed can help treat the problem and restore peace of mind. Incontinence is generally and broadly classified into two groups: stress and urge incontinence. Stress incontinence occurs the most frequently. It is the […]

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You Can Combat Aging Naturally!

Most anti-aging companies will have you believe that the only way to combat aging is to use their products or services. It is interesting to note that many of these products and services are extremely expensive and require ongoing usage, which of course results in more money out of your pocket and into theirs. Add […]

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Female Menopause Symptoms — What to Expect

Menopause can be one of the most drastic changes that a woman faces in her life. It literally means the “end of monthly cycles,” in reference to the cessation of fertility and it’s related menstruation. While it can be a trying time for a woman, a bit of knowledge can help ease the transition. Here […]

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What is Rolfing aka Structural Integration?

Rolfing is a type of bodywork therapy designed to combat structural imbalances in the body for a holistic treatment of aches and pains. It gets its unusual and somewhat unappetizing name from its creator, Dr. Rolf, who invented the system in the 1920s. Though she named this bodywork “structural integration” her followers coined it Rolfing. […]

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Mediterranean Diet Beats Low-Fat Diet

In an effort to lose weight and get healthy, many aging Americans are looking for alternatives to the Food Pyramid that so many Baby-Boomers grew up with. The search for the perfect diet can be more than a little overwhelming. It seems like every day a new “miracle” diet is introduced claiming to have the […]

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Calcium Enzymes are Important for Healing Injuries

Thanks partly to the way in which the message has been put across in various formats for decades, people are acutely aware of the importance of calcium in helping to develop bones that are not only healthy, but also strong. This in itself does make a difference when it comes to general health, but there […]

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