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Thursday, August 21st, 2014 | Health

The peripheral nerves are bundles containing many individual nerve-fibers, and are similar to telephone cables carrying many individual wires. There are two basic types of nerve-fibers--motor and sensory. The motor fibers carry electrical impulses outward from the spinal cord to the muscles, causing them to contract. The sensory fibers carry electrical impulses inward from the skin, joints and other structures to the spinal cord, providing the nervous system with inputs, among others, ...
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Thigh on Fire

Wednesday, August 20th, 2014 | Health

At the age of 32 Sigmund Freud developed a new problem. Pricking and other unpleasant sensations had overtaken the skin on the outer side of his right thigh. Walking made his symptoms worse. The affected skin was exquisitely sensitive to touch and even the usual rubbing of his underclothes irritated the area. Seven years later in 1895, when Freud wrote up his self-observations for a German medical journal, the abnormal sensations were still present, but had migrated. At first, the area of ...
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What's Up With My Triglycerides?

Tuesday, August 19th, 2014 | Health

Perhaps it is because I am getting older that I think cartoons are not what they used to be. I have five young children, all boys. Like any concerned parent I govern what they watch. I have found that some of the most detrimental shows on television are actually the cartoons because of the values, or lack of them, that they teach. Fortunately some of the classics are still around. My favorite has always been that wascally wabbit Bugs Bunny and his trademark expression, "What's up, Doc?" ...
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The Truth About Vinyasa Yoga

Monday, August 18th, 2014 | Health

Vinyasa is a Sanskrit word, which refers to breath and movement. For example each Yoga posture is matched by one breath. This is what you do when you perform Sun or Moon salutations, and these are also a form of Vinyasa Yoga. So, any sequences of postures that are synchronized, with your breath are classified as Vinyasa. There are many forms of Vinyasa and even the gentle ones are vigorous. The postures are not held in a fixed position for long and classes flow with rhythm, similar to ...
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The Benefits of Pheromone Oil

Sunday, August 17th, 2014 | Health

Pheromones are chemicals released in a variety of ways by animals to communicate something to other animals of the same species. This message may be, "I'm ready to mate," or "Stay away from my territory," or "Watch out, there is a predator near by." All animals from small insects to large fish seem to have the ability to produce and perceive these powerful chemical messengers. In humans, pheromones are controversial in scientific circles. Some claim that humans no longer have the need or ...
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What do you need to know about nursing profession

Saturday, August 16th, 2014 | Health

Nurses perhaps the best friend of a patient. Though they get paid for their job, yet the care and concern they exhibit for the patient is unparalleled and remarkable. The nursing territory generally belongs to females. But even men like women can take up this profession after adequate training. However, since past few years a decline is seen in the number of people taking up nursing as a career. There can be many reasons behind it. So, the primary task of this article will be to enumerate these ...
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A Look at Human Pheromones

Friday, August 15th, 2014 | Health

Pheromones are essentially chemical messengers released by animals that affect other animals. Usually they serve to communicate something about territory, reproduction and caring of offspring, the presence of danger, or even the presence of a rival. All animals from insects to humans have pheromones and they have a powerful effect on behavior. Pheromones have even been classified based on their uses into three classes: Primer pheromones shift the hormonal balance in the receiver; releaser ...
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An Introduction to Pheromones

Thursday, August 14th, 2014 | Health

You may have heard of the silk moth that can detect a female's presence from miles away. This is possible because the moth, like most animals, has the ability to detect pheromones, which are chemicals produced by other animals. Technically speaking, a pheromone is an odorous chemical produced by an animal that affects the behavior of another animal. Some of the many behaviors affected by animal pheromones include, attracting or finding a mate, reproduction cycles, marking territory, warning of ...
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Low Carb Diets

Wednesday, August 13th, 2014 | Health

The revolution is here. Weight Loss as we know it has changed forever because of one diet: One diet that has reached beyond the weight loss program boundaries and invaded areas heretofore unknown: areas like beer commercials and even the all sacred fast food menus. There was even a recent report on how this diet has taken a huge revenue chunk out of the bread and flour industries. Now that's power. You know which diet I'm talking about of course. The big LC - LOW CARB (also known as lo ...
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Allergies Take Many Forms

Tuesday, August 12th, 2014 | Health

Allergies come in all forms to just about everything and many different, but all "allergic", reactions. According to my allergenist there are three basic "types of reactions": none, a moderate reaction and a severe reaction. There are also the "grey" areas, between none and moderate and between moderate and severe. All of my "allergic reactions" fell clearly between the grey areas – clearly all were moderate. Some people are allergic to aspartame. Some people are allergic to pollens. Some ...
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