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Breathing Superpower

Breathing Superpower

Saturday, February 13, 2010 16:15

We can live for weeks without food and days without water, but if we stop breathing for more than two or three minutes, we die. Breathing is the single most important physical function we perform, yet, almost all of us breathe inefficiently. For the most part, we ...

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Treatment Of Children’s Teeth

Treatment Of Children’s Teeth

Thursday, February 11, 2010 17:20

The treatment of children’s teeth is essentially the same as for adult teeth, but there are some differences. Primary teeth have a different anatomy, besides being much smaller, with larger pulps and thinner enamel than permanent teeth . There is therefore less room and a smaller margin ...

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The Truth About Toothpaste

The Truth About Toothpaste

Thursday, February 11, 2010 17:07

The extravagant promotion of chemical additives has always been popular with toothpaste manufacturers. Over the last thirty years these have included carbamide (urea), chlorophyll, hexachorophene, chloroform, baking soda, peroxide, sanguinaria, “antitartar”  formulas, and various forms of fluoride . A lot of “research” has attempted to back up ...

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Sleeping Problems, Here Are The Causes

Sleeping Problems, Here Are The Causes

Thursday, February 11, 2010 13:54

There are six factors that can induce sleeping problems. 1.  Diseases of the central nervous system in which the parts of the brain that participate in the regulation of sleep and awakening are damaged. This causes real insomnia but accounts for only a small percentage of ah ...

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Treating Insomnia Through Breath Connection

Treating Insomnia Through Breath Connection

Thursday, February 11, 2010 13:38

Despite the fact that sleep inducing medication is at the top of the list of prescribed medicines in the civilised world, insomnia is one of the few medical problems doctors treat without objective clinical evidence. Doctors seldom actually see the problem  the patient just tells the doctor ...

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Estrogen Replacement Therapy For Osteoporosis

Estrogen Replacement Therapy For Osteoporosis

Wednesday, February 10, 2010 16:38

For decades, estrogen replacement therapy (ERT) was considered the only preventive measure for osteoporosis. Unfortunately, it was only available for women, some of whom were soon excluded as the risk of uterine cancer became known. Still estrogen may play a role in the prevention of bone loss ...

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Alcohol And Osteoporosis

Alcohol And Osteoporosis

Wednesday, February 10, 2010 16:20

Statistics show that people who abuse alcohol suffer reduced bone mass. Although this is not surprising, the reasons are still not understood in full. There are probably many. Alcohol may directly damage bone and does seem to interfere with the bone renewal cycle . From a lifestyle ...

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