Wellness

Plastic Surgery: The Nose Job

I love the fact that plastic surgery has come so far in helping people with birth defects or repair horrible damage sustained by accident victims. The medicine and science that has gone into helping these people has trickled down to let cosmetic surgeries be available to people who just want to improve their appearance.

Chocolate – Science Has Never Seemed so Sweet

I have always known chocolate was good for me. There are times when nothing else can satisfy. But, I never thought it was going to be a healthy choice. Science is starting to make sense to me when it puts its seal of approval on a piece of chocolate.

Ear Buds and Hearing Health

Music is such a problem for hearing health that most people do not realize just how bad it is. Exposure to music that can harm your ears extends well beyond the scope of a loud rock concert. With the popularity of MP3 players people have been using ear buds instead of headphones. The problem with […]

Keeping Track: Where Does the Time Go?

You”ve tried this before – creating a To-Do list, scheduling some appointments and booking projects. You have started the day on the right foot, determined to get on top of things. The kid”s lunches were packed and ready. You had plenty of time to get to work in the morning without any stress. When you […]

Book Review – Health and the Honeybee by Charles Mraz

I became interested in apitherapy (the use of bee products for healing and health) when doing some online research about allergies. That led me to this book. This is an autobiography of Charles Mraz who has been a leader in bee venom therapy (BVT) in America since 1934. In this book Charles Mraz walks you […]

Weight lifting

Cardio Exercise Definition and Benefits

Cardio exercise is any exercise that raises your heart rate. Face it our bodies were made to move. And we all know that to keep our muscles in shape we need move them. This movement makes them stronger and stronger muscles make for a more efficient and healthy body. Your heart is a muscle. Therefore […]

Living with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

More than a handful of doctors – perhaps specialists in gastro-intestinal disorders – believe that the culprit for most diseases is a dirty bowel. Dr. Richard Schulze wrote in a wellness journal once, “by our retaining pounds of old, infected material in bowel pockets (diverticulosis), this material would be reabsorbed into the body and infect […]

Do You Need a Personal Trainer?

Why Getting a Personal Body Building Trainer is Helpful Body building is the process of developing one’s muscles by the use of different devices such as barbells, dumbbells, and several stationary gym equipments. It may be easy to learn body building on your own. But it is way more preferable to enlist under a certified […]

Growing a “YOU” attitude Instead of “ME”

Are you someone who is infected with this disease that has plagued mankind for quite some time now? Egotism or blown up ego. It is also known as self-centeredness, selfishness, and is related to vanity or conceitedness. This disease is likened to an adhesive with which people get stuck with themselves. If you can’t get […]

Living a Long and Healthy Life by Dr. Art Hister (Book Review)

When Dr. Hister went to see his cosmetic surgeon and asked that his beer belly be removed through liposuction, the doctor examined him for one minute and then said he wouldn”t perform the surgery. A shocked Dr. Hister asked why. The reply was that he didn”t have any muscle, and that the liposuction would not […]