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25 Most Recent Health/Wellness Articles

Living With Insivible Illness by Lauren Beyenhof
A description of how cystic fibrosis has impacted my life....
Living with Invisible Illness: 5 Ways to Get Over Aggravations by Lisa Copen
Looking good when you feel terrible could be seen as a blessing. When you live with chronic illness, however, it can also cause a lot of resentment an...
Living With Lupus by Sherry Gibson
Introduction to Lupus and my life with Lupus....
Living Your Values, Part II by Michael Anthony
Living Your Values, Part II ...
LOBOTOMY NEWS by George Albitz
Relatives of lobotomy patients want nobel prize revoked....
Local Honey & Allergies Revisited 2009 by Thomas Ogren
Local honey can be a great tool for fighting allergy more about it here....
Lock It In; Longer-Lasting Makeup by Cassandra Rae Ferguson by Cassandra Ferguson
How to improve the staying-power of your makeup. ...
Loneliness - The Burden of An Imaginary wound... by michael sean symonds
Loneliness and Depression are distant cousins that often include behaviours used to shroud and distract us from our ultimate quest; the expansion of h...
Look Good by Nina Bagnall
For mature ladies who want to stand out from the crowd....
Looking For Abs by Larry Matthews
Summers coming and we all want to look good in a bathing suit. Great abs sure can help....
Lose An Extra Pound Or More Per Week by Nadia Giordana
Small changes that will help you lose extra weight each week and give your weight-loss efforts a boost....
Lose Weight and Feel Great by Stacey Chillemi
The truth is that, while eating healthier and slipping in exercise takes some work, it does not require extraordinary effort. Making just a few simple...
Losing Geri by Tonya Peele
What is a pulmonary embolism? ...
Losing the Weight Is Only the Beginning! by Jerry Aragon Ph.D (Phunny humor Doctor)
It's one thing to lose's quite another to keep that weight off! I lost 40 pounds in 2001, which took me about a year to do. I think it...
Loss of Self by Sherry Russell BCBT BCETS
If life plops a bucket load of misery on you, with fear acting as a mallet to pound you deeper into slippery quicksand, what would you do to survive?...
Love My Hand Pad To Reduce Hand Pain by Linda Meckler
When you touch a keyboard do you have pain in your fingers/hands or arms? Do you feel, if you have to spend one more minute keying on a computer you w...
Love, Sex and Mature Adults by Beverly Mahone
How much do you know about love and sex as a "mature adult"?...
Low Arvie water supply by Linda Watson
A short extract from 'The Ladies of Low Arvie...
Low carb dogma by jamie hale
Low carb diet enthusiasts claim their diet is supreme to other methods. They claim their diet offers a metabolic advantage-"metabolic advantages that...
Low iron found in young runners by Seann Vinyasa-Billson
Student athletes are also just kids. The question might be, “What’s happening today to kids and their health?” Now we discover that Americans from all...
Lower Back and the Chiropractic Lifestyle by Stacey Chillemi
Chiropractic care is safer and often more effective than surgery. ...
Lowering Your Cholesterol by Pamela Ackerson
Cholesterol and fat are two separate entities. A person does not have to be overweight to have a cholesterol problem. ...
Lupus Loopholes by Beth Elaine
I have been diagnosed with definite fibromyalgia and possible lupus for several years now. Sharing here some tips for keeping my sanity...iframe src...
Lupus/Arthritis update by Beth Elaine
My working diagnosis has changed, and so has my medicine. ...
Made Strong In Weakness (Answers After Drs Apt) by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
After a few weeks of weakness and often cripping fatigue and waking up with a heaviness on my chest the Doctor has given me answers, an...
Make Labels Big So They Can Be Seen by Linda Meckler
Do you have problems reading when the lettering is small? Do you wish the lettering would double in size? Do you have problems concentrating when the ...
Make Your Experiences Better! by Jan Tincher
Make your lust last with Generic Levitra by Harry parker
Generic Levitra is a vardenafil composition offered as 20 mg tablets that truly fights impotence and makes it easy to deal with. The drug is safe to c...
Makeup Myths Busted! By Cassandra Rae Ferguson by Cassandra Ferguson
An excerpt from Cassandra's second makeup book, "Makeup Mandate Or Myth?"...
Male Breast Cancer by debbie Nicholson
Even men get breast cancer...
Management of Diabetes Mellitus by Keith John Paul Horcasitas
Management of Diabetes Mellitus ...
Managing Grief by Rosalie Kramer
My first article, as a journalist, for the Rancho Bernardo Sun was about how to deal with your own grief and that of others. It was also published by ...
Managing Menopause Symptoms Through Diet and Exercise by Anita Mahaffey
As a woman enters menopause she begins to experience a variety of symptoms. She might have hot flashes or night sweats, feel irritable, anxious or hav...
Managing your blood sugar with food by Tuchy (Carl) Palmieri
tips on how to manage your bllod sugar levels Taken from many sources over the years....
Managing Your Health Care by Beth Elaine
How to promote your own health as a partner with doctors and your insurance company...
Manalapan woman spreads awareness about epilepsy by Stacey Chillemi
Manalapan resident Stacey Chillemi, 33, understands the difficulties inherent in growing up with epilepsy. ...
many experts say type 2 diabeties is more of a decision than a disease by Tuchy (Carl) Palmieri
Change your belief system and you can change your life. Kushi has an eating program to cure diabeties...
Marijuana - Fact and Fiction by Karen Phillips
Many argue that marijuana should be legalized. What do you think?...
Marijuana-Where Do We Go From Here? by Dr. Michael De Vito
Is Marijuana a harmless recreational drug? Is it addictive? Should it be Legal? Join the Debate....
Marketing From Your Conscience by Michael Anthony
Marketing From Your Conscience ...
Mary Oliver's When Death Comes shared by by Eileen Granfors
A beautiful ode to living life and not fearing death....
Massage Therapy by Cheryl Berger
A brief summary and history of massage therapy....
Masterpiece Meals ™ by Lorraine Mignault
An award-winning inventor and author in the beauty and health industry captures the growing concern regarding the state of our well-being. Wh...
May I Suggest Journaling by Debbie Tipton
This is an article I wrote on how keeping a journal has helped both my son and myself in those most difficult of times....
Me and Detox / On beating my demons by Patrick Schnerch
If you have a mental illness and you use alcohol, you just sabotaged any treatment and prescribed medication effectiveness. All treatment is rendered ...
Me Ears Are Alight. by Ian Thorpe
See the man with the amazing burning lug-'oles...
Mediation & Asthma by Stacey Chillemi
Managing the Stress of Asthma can be devastating for the people and their families who are affected with the lifelong disease. Many people who have be...
Medical Bills Can Be Appealed by Linda Meckler
Have you ever received a bill from your doctor and stopped breathing? Have you wondered why you are receiving a bill when you have medical insurance? ...
Medical Consequences of Childhood Obesity (part 1) by Billy Johnson, MD, Ph.D
Childhood obesity associated with inflammatory belly fat increases a child chance of suffering from chronic degenerative diseases like type 2 diabetes...
Medical Malpractice Limits by R. Steven Reynolds
The politics of medicine and insurance. Just who pays and who profits?...
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