Month: June 2011

How to Prevent Osteoporosis – Best Foods for Strong Bones

With age, people have to face many problems, including those that are bone related. This is especially true in women who are menopausal or post-menopausal. The number one thing to do is to learn how to prevent osteoporosis by eating the best foods for strong bones. This is of the essence because it is the bones that support and move you about. Never take them for granted. Below are tips on how to reduce the risk of having bone density problems… Science proves that by the time we reach 25 years of age, bone loss begins because we lose...

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Cordyceps Lowering Cholesterol Naturally for Healthy Anti-Aging

Cordyceps have been popping up everywhere around the world, as this mushroom-like herbal medicine has proven itself to treat numerous conditions and diseases among humans. Although it is “new” to the West, in the East, and especially in China, it has been used as a cure or treatment for many ailments for almost 2000 years. Cordyceps lowering cholesterol naturally are a better choice than pharmaceuticals for many reasons… For people who care about their health, maintenance is what it is all about. That means taking the necessary precautions and giving the body what it needs to stay healthy. This...

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The Best Thigh Exercises for Women

One problem that many women have to deal with is being thick and unfortunately, flabby around the thighs. Although it can be a disappointment, you can’t let it get you down. Rather, fight back with the best thigh exercises for women that will ensure results in under 6 weeks. The thigh abductor machine is one of the best pieces of equipment to work out the inner thighs, but it isn’t necessary to invest in one if you exercise at home. With little or no equipment, you can still get a great body and super legs. What is required is...

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Latest Anti-Aging and Health News: New Developments in Skin Cancer Treatment Can Prolong Survival

New developmentsĀ  of anti-aging and health news, with regards to treatment options for skin cancer were presented this past weekend that prolong survival to those afflicted. Both treatments aim at shrinking tumors and thus improve survival rates, even though they work differently. The first strengthens the patient’s immune system thereby helps to fight the disease. The second targets mutates genes that encourage the growth of cancer cells. Although both show promise to patients and the medical community, neither of them are cures for melanoma. With regards to the first treatment, the drug Ipilimumab (sold under the name Yervoy), stimulates...

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