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Cardio When Cutting for a Bodybuilding Competition

Cardio When Cutting for a Bodybuilding Competition

2017-06-23 18:54:01 0 Comments 3 views Weight Management category

Taking part in a bodybuilding competition requires you to have very low levels of body fat, typically around 3 to 6 percent. To get to this standard, your weight training and the food you eat are of paramount importance. Cardiovascular exercise also plays an important role in helping you get

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Why You Shouldn't Start the New Year With a Diet

Why You Shouldn't Start the New Year With a Diet

2017-06-20 22:58:01 0 Comments 6 views Food and Drink category

The New Year has traditionally been a time for reflection on the past and hope for the future. In light of our popular culture's obsession with "thin and fit," the New Year has also become somewhat of a weight-loss pledge season. We are a society that wants results immediately. And this

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Is it Safe to Exfoliate the Face Daily With Sea Salts?

Is it Safe to Exfoliate the Face Daily With Sea Salts?

2017-06-10 21:06:01 0 Comments 3 views Food and Drink category

Rich in minerals and deeply cleansing, sea salt may seem the logical choice for scrubbing your face. But talk to your dermatologist before attempting any daily exfoliation, especially with sea salt. Most dermatologists advise against daily face scrubs, and sea salt is too harsh for most complexions. It may be

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Are Pears Good for Constipation in Infants?

Are Pears Good for Constipation in Infants?

2017-06-10 01:36:01 0 Comments 5 views Diseases and Conditions category

You may notice your infant is becoming constipated by the frequency and manner of how his stools are passed. If your infant is straining to have a bowel movement, having them once or less per day or is passing hard and small stools, he may be constipated. Constipation can be

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Pain Under Right Side of Ribs When Running

Pain Under Right Side of Ribs When Running

2017-06-09 17:48:02 0 Comments 3 views Diseases and Conditions category

There aren't too many runners who haven't felt an ache under their ribs when running. The medical term for the phenomenon is exercise related transient abdominal pain, but the more common name is "side stitches" or just "stitches." What causes stitches is not entirely clear, but several factors have been

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Does a Vitamin Deficiency Cause Yellow Toenails?

Does a Vitamin Deficiency Cause Yellow Toenails?

2017-06-09 04:44:01 0 Comments 4 views Food and Drink category

The condition of your fingernails and toenails can be an indicator of health problems in some cases. Yellow toenails could be caused by fungus, a bacterial infection or nail polish staining, but they are typically not caused by a vitamin deficiency. Deficiency in vitamin H, or biotin, may cause problems

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The Frequency of Breastfeeding During the Second Month

The Frequency of Breastfeeding During the Second Month

2017-06-09 00:22:02 0 Comments 3 views Parenting category

Breastfeeding a newborn is a time-consuming endeavor. Although some babies begin to eat on a more predictable schedule during their second month of life, others still want to breastfeed frequently. It's OK if your baby isn't on a predictable feeding schedule at a young age; as long as he is

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How Often Should I Be Feeling My Baby Move at 28 Weeks?

How Often Should I Be Feeling My Baby Move at 28 Weeks?

2017-06-06 13:44:01 0 Comments 4 views Parenting category

Fetuses have different levels of activity; some move more than others. Fetal movements occur in periods of activity and rest throughout the day (and night.) According to the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, women feel at least 75 percent of fetal movements. Week 28 marks the beginning of

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Physical Therapy for Myasthenia Gravis

Physical Therapy for Myasthenia Gravis

2017-06-05 12:16:02 0 Comments 4 views Diseases and Conditions category

Myasthenia gravis produces various degrees of weakness in the muscles in your face, arms and legs as well as the muscles that control your breathing. Research published in the September 2005 issue of the journal “Chest” indicates that physical therapy breathing techniques can improve respiratory muscle strength in patients with

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The Safest Way to Do a Squat

The Safest Way to Do a Squat

2017-05-31 11:18:01 0 Comments 5 views Sports and Fitness category

Squats are an effective exercise for the lower body. According to the American Council on Exercise, ACE, squats also improve the glutes, abdominals and the muscles along the spine. With all of these benefits, squats often receive negative attention and blame for knee injuries. However, when proper form is used,

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