Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Break-up Sex

Break-up Sex
They say breaking- up is hard to do. But, does capping the experience off with a little mattress mambo make it any better? Read on to learn about the growing trend of break-up sex.
By Carla M. Klusty

What You Didn't Know About Juice

What You Didn't Know About Juice
One of the most common and unknown mistakes we make is with what juice we purchase.

Sunday, March 12, 2006

Swim Whenever You Can

Swim Whenever You Can
Swimming provides cardio, stretching, and coordination training all at once, making it the most effective compliment to weightlifting. By Jon Skovron

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Communication is Key to Successful Relationships

Communications is Key to Successful Relationships
Effective communication is a requirement for effective problem solving in an intimate relationship. While most of us communicate effectively in our work, effectiveness has a different meaning in an intimate relationship. It is important to explore those different meanings. By Lori Gordon, Ph.D.

Tuesday, February 28, 2006

What is the Glycemic Index?

What is the Glycemic Index?
What is this so called index and can it really help or is it just another fad trying to sound scientific? By James Duscio

Monday, February 27, 2006

Treating Testicular Cancer

Treating Testicular Cancer
There are a number of treatment options for testicular cancer. We review surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy as well as the effects and side effects of treatment .

Sunday, February 26, 2006

The 5 Minute Trick That Will Secure You Future Sexcapades

The 5 Minute Trick that Will Secure You Future Sexcapades
Most modern-day women have eschewed the idea that they need, or want, hours of sweet, sappy cuddle time after sex. But, women do need something after the intense bond forged during sex. By Carla M. Klusty

Thursday, February 23, 2006

Feeling the Burn

Feeling The Burn
How many times has a coach, trainer, or instructor said "feel the burn"? Why do they say that and what does it mean? By Jon Skovron

Muscle Isolation vs Body Involvement

Muscle Isolation vs. Body Involvement
There are as many ways to work your bicep as there are to eat an Oreo. But all of the positions can be summed up as falling towards one of two poles: total muscle isolation or total body involvement. By Jon Skovron

In Easy and Out Hard

In Easy and Out Hard
Ever wondered why women have trouble 'letting go?' Perhaps she's hoping you're her Mr. Big and there's always the option for 'happily-ever-after.' Read on for this woman's point of view. By Carla M. Klusty

Alfred C. Kinsey: Pious Son to Rebel

Alfred C. Kinsey: Pious Son to Rebel
Alfred C. Kinsey spent his teenage years as a pawn for his father. But, as he steadily gained his independence he became his own man. He fell away from religion and relied solely on science and direct observation as a means to knowledge. By Carla M. Klusty

What is TCAP?

What Is TCAP?
Read about this new type of treatment for prostate cancer. It involves a noninvasive surgical procedure. By Sue Chehrenegar

When Test Results are Confusing

When Test Results Are Confusing
Even physicians can sometimes be perplexed by the results of a series of PSA tests. An explanation could come from a look at the manufacturer of the blood collecting tubes. By Sue Chehrenegar

Mercury in our Fish?

Mercury in Our Fish?
I thought we should separate the facts from the paranoia with the mercury levels in the fish. By James Duscio

Calm the Mind with Herbs

Calm the Mind With Herbs
With the lifestyle the average American leads, its no wonder we lay awake at night unable to quit our mind. However there are options outside of therapy and prescription medication. Herbs! By James Duscio

White Bread has no Taste or Nutrition!

White Bread Has No Taste or Nutrition!
The most common bread sold and consumed by the American public is by far white bread. Most likely because it’s cheaper and lasts longer then any other style bread. The issue I bring up though is its nutritional value, which is close to none. By James Duscio

Dilated Cardiomyopathy

Dilated Cardiomyopathy
Dilated cardiomyopathy is most common around middle-age. Around one in every five cases of dilated cardiomyopathy is thought to be inherited.

The Natural Way to Beat Stress

The Natural Way To Beat Stress.
Stress is an increasingly common health complaint and the early treatment of the problem can help in a long term solution. There are a number of natural ways to beat stress and depression. By Matt Jackson

Vitamin C and its Benefits

Vitamin C And Its Benefits.
Vitamin C supplements have long been used to try and beat off a cold. There is scientific basis in this particular remedy and there are many other reasons you should consider a vitamin C supplement. By Matt Jackson

Types of Herbal Therapy

Types Of Herbal Therapy.
Herbal therapy offers a natural way to cure illnesses and diseases as well as counteract the increased mental and physical pressure we are subjected to but do you know the difference between a tincture and an extract, or between an infusion and a decoction? By Matt Jackson

A Guide to Acupuncture

A Guide To Acupuncture.
Acupuncture has been successfully used for thousands of years in China but is still commonly referred to as a new age therapy in the Western world. As more people are looking into complimentary therapies, acupuncture and acupressure are becoming increasingly popular. By Matt Jackson

Herbal Remedies - Flaxseed Oil Benefits

Herbal Remedies - Flaxseed Oil Benefits
Flaxseed oil is a popular herb, and it has a number of beneficial uses. It lowers cholesterol and acts as an anti inflammatory as well as combating acne, digestion problems and many other problems. By Matt Jackson

Glutamine-The Pwerful Nutrient

Glutamine - The Powerful Nutrient
Glutamine is inexpensive, safe and has few known drug interactions. It protects athletes from infection and helps to prootect the intestines. These are the reasons that Glutamine supplements are so popular. By Matt Jackson

Cherries-The Natural Painkiller

Cherries - The Natural Painkiller
Prescription medication is becoming less popular while holistic remedies are held with higher esteem. Cherries may seem like a surprising remedy, but they are powerful and they have a number of uses. By Matt Jackson

The Natural Chinese Hayfever Remedy - Isatis Root

The Natural Chinese Hayfever Remedy - Isatis Root
Isatis root has shown excellent results as an antiviral and antibacterial treatment, especially against hay-fever, fever, cold and flu. By Matt Jackson

Trim off the fat!

Trim off the fat!
There’s nothing worse than having people tell you what they think you should eat; so this article is just a little different! By Mike Taperell