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May, 2012

  • 4 May

    5 Foods to Avoid for Better Teeth

    Most of us know that maintaining a balanced diet and eating the right foods is good for our general well-being. Eating certain foods and avoiding others can also promote good oral hygiene and better, healthier teeth. The list below forms a guide of what foods to avoid for better teeth; …

  • 2 May

    7 Cures For The Common Situp

    Sit-ups, or crunches, are a tried and true exercise for helping to shape and strengthen your mid-section. However, endless sets of sit-ups can be exceedingly boring and really only focus on some of the muscles in the torso. To liven up your exercise routine and get a better-rounded core workout, …

  • 2 May

    Why School Dinners Need to Be Healthier

    The Importance Of General Nutrition It has been a long standing joke, myth, legend or whatever you would refer to it as, that school dinners do not taste very good. Whether it be lumpy mashed potato or some horrific dessert, most of us have experienced a somewhat unsavoury tasting school …

April, 2012

  • 24 April

    New Tinnitus Treatment May Give Hope to 5 Million UK Sufferers

    A new clinical trial that tests the effectiveness of a tinnitus treatment will soon be underway. If successful, the new tinnitus treatment could help alleviate millions of adults living in the United Kingdom from the debilitating hearing disorder tinnitus. Tinnitus is a secondary symptom characterised by the perception of a …

March, 2012

  • 8 March

    Migraines – And How to Make Sure They Don't Ruin Your Pregnancy Experience

    All pregnant women experience a whole new world of pains, aches and a general feeling of being uncomfortable in many parts of their bodies. Believe it or not, many women who have a history of migraines will experience a measure of relief from them during their pregnancy. If you do …

  • 7 March

    Your Sense of Smell

    Senses are interconnected Did you know that when you ‘taste’ food, most of the flavor actually comes from your sense of smell? And did you know that more than any of your other four senses, your memory is mostly strongly linked to your sense of smell? Also known as the …

  • 6 March

    Natural Pain Relief: Why Massage Therapy Is So Popular In This Day And Age

    Effects Massage is fast becoming recognised as a credible and effective method of alternative therapy when it comes to pain relief.  Massage has long been recognised as a way to unwind and relax, however is now playing a larger part than ever before in terms of pain reduction and recovery …

  • 6 March

    What is Medigap

    Medigap came into existence to fill in the inadequacies of the original Medicare plan. Medicare, which combines Part A hospital insurance and Part B medical insurance, covers many health related expenses, but lacks coverage in many areas. The areas that Medicare does not include coverage in are: co-payments, co-insurance and …

February, 2012

  • 12 February

    Procrastination – The Enemy of Happiness

    Do you procrastinate? Chances are you probably do. Considering 95 percent of people admit to procrastinating, with many of these people admitting to it being a continuous thing, you are probably smack dab in that large percentage of the population. You may think that procrastination is helping you enjoy your …

January, 2012

  • 26 January

    Financing that Aged Care Option

    If you are looking for any form of specialised care, you will need to spend some money for quality service. Aged care, in Brisbane, is no different! The cost of aged care can seem quite daunting especially because everyone may not have the budget to get all the facilities that …