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Health Care Reform Public Option – Yes

                                                 The Pursuit of Life, Liberty, Happiness, and Affordable Quality Health-care The pursuit of full American citizenship—life, liberty, and happiness begins and ends with our health and affordable quality health-care.  In the language of Economics 101—the needs for health-care services are inelastic (meaning the needs for health-care services remain unchanged …

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The Importance of Warming up before Exercise

Flexibility and Warming up before exercise. This is an area where I’ve grown increasingly negligent. I just don’t stretch enough. I’ve just never been into it, but I have been made aware of its benefits. I have started to increase the amount of stretching I do recently. Contrary to popular …

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Video Games not to be Blamed

      Obesity is a prominent subject around the world. Does a person become obese from playing video games some might ask? Around 2009 26.5% of Americans are estimated to be obese; that is over 70 million people. If all of those people played video games to become that way, thenin the …

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The most Unique Ways to Exercise

Gyms were originally created as facilities to perform physical exercise in order to achieve healthy benefits; however, there are unique ways that can allow us to achieve the same benefits. To perform the same physical exercises, as the ones performed in a gym, without the need of heavy equipment and …

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Lose Weight Mindful Eating

Mindful eating is the practice of becoming more aware of what you’re eating. It has its roots in Buddhism, in which mindfulness is an important component. Mindful eating can help you lose weight easily, without dieting. By making your meals into a meditation, you can reduce the tendency to binge …

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Pilates Abdominal Muscles Pull Abdominal Muscles in Pilates

Pulling in the abdominal muscles is the fundamental movement at the start of any Pilates workout routine. When you find your center, which is the area between the lower abdominal muscles and the pelvic region, the next thing you do is pull in your abs so that the muscles of …

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How does Injectable Degarelix Provide Treatment for Advanced Prostate Cancer

Second Leading cause of death among men in the United States is prostate cancer. “About one man in six will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime, and one in 35 will die of this disease.” 1 Estimated in 2008 (United States), 186,320 diagnosis prostate cancer cases and 28,660 …

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Natazia Approved by FDA

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Natazia, which is made by Germany’s Bayer AG, in May 2010 for use as an oral contraceptive in women. The pill has been available in Europe for a year (since May 2009) under the name Qlaira. This manifestation of the pill contains …

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Panic Attacks and Generalized Anxiety Disorder

If confusion exists about the differences between panic disorder and generalized anxiety disorder, it may be because many people have not experienced either of these forms of mental illness, or if they have, they have not been diagnosed by a physician and have not gotten sufficient knowledge about the differences. …

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The Difference between Direct and Indirect Ophthalmoscopes

An ophthalmoscope is an instrument used by doctors to examine the inside of a person’s eye. This instrument basically has an angled mirror, multiple lenses and a light source. The mirror may come with a single hole through which the doctor may look, and a dial holding several lenses of …

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