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Our Blood’s Balancing Acts

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Dr. Marcial-Vega has studied ‘before and ‘after effects of various treatments on the blood for years in thousands of patients. He also devised a revolutionary system to study ‘live’ blood, using a microscope and video camera to record the results. Blood that is too Acidic This is the blood pof one of his patients before […]

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Slow the Aging Process by Running, So Run For Your Life!

Health News By Irwan Lee A study by the Stanford University School of Medicine in 1984 lead by James Fries, MD and his team of research colleagues enlisted 538 runners, all at the age of 50 and above, and a similar group of non-runners shows that running reduce the risk not only of heart disease, […]

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Slow the Aging Process by Running – Run For Your Life!

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By Irwan Lee A study by the Stanford University School of Medicine in 1984 lead by James Fries, MD and his team of research colleagues enlisted 538 runners, all at the age of 50 and above, and a similar group of non-runners shows that running reduce the risk not only of heart disease, but also […]

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Anxious about anxiety?

Here’s help on how to stay calm. Fear and anxiety are an unavoidable part of life. You may feel anxious before a dental appointment, or when you’re walking alone down a dark street. This kind of anxiety is useful – it can make you more alert or careful. It usually ends soon after you are […]

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Turn on Your Body’s Antioxidant Power!

Everyone’s talking about the age-defying benefits of antioxidants, but do you know what antioxidants are—and how they actually work? The U.S. Government’s Medline Plus database defines antioxidants as substances that help to protect your cells against the effects of free radicals. Free radicals are molecules produced when your body breaks down food or by environmental […]

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How’s your Happiness Quotient?

  If you’re like most people, you are actively seeking more happiness in your life. But you may be looking in the wrong places, and that may not be your fault. Turn on your TV, read a magazine, or log on to the Internet, and you’re assaulted by a never-ending bombardment of advertising pitches. They’ll […]

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Looking for Sharper Focus and Concentration?

  How many times has this happened to you? It’s a special occasion, and you’ve somehow managed to secure reservations at the hottest restaurant in town. You’re full of happy anticipation as you drive along the freeway and then suddenly, for no apparent reason, traffic slows to a crawl. After creeping along for what seems […]

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Happiness and contentment: Looking for the Keys to Contentment?

When we cannot find contentment in ourselves, it is useless to seek it elsewhere.” ~ Francois de la Rochefoucauld Happiness and contentment may sound like the same thing, but there’s a difference. Happiness can be fleeting and elusive, but contentment is the deep and lasting feeling of comfort that comes with feeling that you’re OK […]

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Fatigue: How to Win the Fight Against It?

In other Health Watch articles, we’ve talked about the many energizing benefits of restful sleep . But even if you are getting plenty of sleep and are not feeling drowsy, you may still be suffering from fatigue. There’s a difference – in general, drowsiness is feeling the need to sleep, whereas fatigue is a lack […]

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Winning athletes: Finding the Competitive Edge

Winning athletes will tell you that nothing beats the exhilaration of competition, and that’s just as true for weekend golfers as it is for elite Olympians. Even a workout in the gym is an athletic contest: after all, you can only make gains by bettering your own personal best. We’re all looking for a competitive […]

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