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HGH: Anti-Aging And Bodybuilding

The human growth hormone is basically benefited by athletes and body builders; more recently HGH has become a potential solution by people as a solution to aging. Well, not aging per se, but looking young. You see, HGH works much like a steroid: it works to develop and encourage muscle growth, increasing the effectiveness of workouts while giving your muscles an increased rate of muscle recovery in-between ...

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The 4 Most Realistic Pandemics In Fiction

Pandemics are a popular plot tool in media. They offer so much in the manner of tragedy, science, scope and heroism that they can be the main antagonist in epic films, novels and more. However, they can also make for an unrealistic flop of a story. Of course, in some instances such as zombie films, the unreal aspect is expected, but when it is meant to be realistic and the pandemic just is not, the story su ...

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Birdsong & Getting On: On Finding A Job When You’re Clinically Depressed.

Hi! My name's Rebecca and I'm a manic depressive. It's not exactly like the movies, because if it was, Sean Penn would be in bed staring at nothing all day, or Anne Hathaway would be sitting on her sofa in a fetid Cruella DeVille nightshirt she'd had since she was 10, watching her iPhone ring and ring and ring.  However, the thing about depression is that it doesn't preclude your need to eat. As anyone ...

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9 Effective Ways To Improve Physical Activity

Increasing physical activities in your life will mean embarking a journey to a better you. Actually we are aware that exercise is good for the body. It has been taught to us in our grade school. Thus if we really decide to be fitter, we know the simple ways to do. Unfortunately, we always block our desire to get fitter wi4h whooping lies and excuses which boil down to laziness. Physical activity can be many ...

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Things You Should Know About Idiopathic Infertility

When most people hear the word ‘infertility’ they automatically think ‘barren.’ Then they attempt to assign blame to someone – either the man or the woman in question must be at fault for the conception trouble, right? It must be clear cut, and one of them must have something wrong with them. Except that’s not always how it works. Actually, according to the statistics and the latest medical facts, infertili ...

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Foods To Avoid If You Have A Candida Infection

A candida infection is caused by Candida albicans and affects many organs of your body. Candida isn't always bad, in fact it is present with other beneficial bacteria in your body without causing any harm at aill timrd. But when an overgrowth of Candida occurs, your body responds and results in many different symptoms. Once you are diagnosed with Candida infection, you need to start proper treatment. Along ...

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Basic Safety In The Kitchen – Do You Know What To Do?

We spend a lot of time in our kitchens cooking and eating, but we often don’t realize or remember that the kitchen is the most dangerous room in the house. From sharp knives to hot stoves, there are lots of safety and health concerns to be aware of. Surprisingly, many people don’t know the right things to do in the event of a kitchen injury or emergency, and they fail to follow basic safety proc ...

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Common Chemicals In Skin Products That Can Burn Skin

It is always important to read product labels and see what sorts of ingredients a certain product contains. Moreover, it's also essential to test a new product on a small patch of skin first before using it on a larger area to find out if a user is sensitive to the product. Those who love their skin should do these things to protect it since it's possible for individuals to obtain burns or experience allerg ...

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Rhinoplasty: The Risks You Must Know

Rhinoplasty or nose job is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures done on women and even men. This surgery is sought for enhancement of the physical feature while others undergo such for medical purposes. What are the Risks? If you have medical conditions like a deformity on the nose or a fractured nasal bone that makes it hard for you to breathe, you may consider having a nose job. This procedure may ...

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Five Tips For Summer 2012

Summer is here and since you’re out of the house often, you have to look your best! The ultimate rule when putting on make-up for summer is “less is more”. But you ought to have those staple make-ups in your summer bag. Check if you have a powder bronzer, highlighting cream for your cheekbones, tinted moisturizer, sheer concealer, mascara, bright lipsticks, and a nude lip gloss. Remember, ...

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