Month: December 2008

Book Review: The Longevity Factor

Book Review: The Longevity Factor by Joseph Maroon, MD Many people over human history have been searching for the fountain of youth, the rest of us just want to age in the healthiest way possible. Have you been teased enough by the media with some of the latest research on the possibility of increasing your life span […]

Book Review: Strong Kids, Healthy Kids

Book Review: STRONG KIDS, HEALTHY KIDS: The Revolutionary Program for Increasing Your Child’s Fitness in 30 Minutes a Week by Fredrick Hahn Are you struggling with an unhealthy child: too skinny, too chubby, no real physical activity or stuck on a plateau in their sport of choice? Strength training may be the answer. Fredrick Hahn has examined medical evidence and […]

Book Review: Addicted to Stress

Book Review: Addicted to Stress A Woman’s 7-Step Program to Reclaim Joy and Spontaneity in Life by Debbie Mandel Are you a stressed out woman, could you possibly be addicted to stress? This is a book for any woman who is stressed out by her life and wants to reconnect with that happy carefree girl she used […]

Trick Your Body Into Losing Weight Faster

By Mike Roussell Dieting can be slow and frustrating but what if you could trick your body into losing weight faster? Would you be interested? In this article I’ll lay out for you 3 simple ‘tricks’ that are safe, effective, and will help you lose fat faster. 1. Trick Your Body Into Thinking It is […]

Book Review: UnBreak your Health The Complete Guide to Complementary & Alternative Therapies by Alan E. Smith

Book Review: UnBreak your Health The Complete Guide to Complementary & Alternative Therapies by Alan E. Smith Those of you familiar with the HealthStatus web site know that we promote prevention before health conditions become serious by providing you with free health risk assessments and calculators to provide you with knowledge on areas where you might […]

People exercising in gym

Burning Calories Aerobically

Aerobic exercise can range from walking to aerobics classes and on through running, jogging, rowing, skiing or anything that increases the heart rate and respiratory rate. After weeks of exercise or planning a new workout routine many people ask how many calories does aerobic exercise burn?

Adult ADHD

Do you know someone who has been diagnosed with adult ADHD? Or, do you wonder if perhaps you or a loved one may be showing symptoms of this disorder? You are not alone – there are increasing numbers of adults who are being diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder every single day. If any of the above describes […]

Steps to a Salon Manicure at Home

If you are out of time or money for a professional salon manicure, you should learn how to do a salon manicure at home. A home salon manicure is easy if you know what you are doing.

Embrace the mocktail this holiday season!

It is the season for Holiday Celebrating!   A mocktail could be the perfect solution – helping to ‘stay on track’ during a night out or on a special occasion by saving calories and reducing alcoholic intake.