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06 Nov 2017

As the fall approaches, kids, parents, and coaches are beginning to look towards the upcoming sports seasons, including rec sports such as football and hockey. With training kicking into full gear for these games, an issue that should concern parents and coaches alike are the preventions of injuries. After a long summer off, it is easy for kids to get over-exerted, over-zealous, and reckless when participating in their respective sports. Here are some tips for...

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07 Oct 2017

Snoring is a common problem suffered by many people, sometimes it is believed that they are standard, but it can interrupt your sleep at night and affect your quality of life. Snoring is caused by an obstruction of the free passage of air when your throat is narrowed, and the air that comes and goes from the airways is minimal so that vibrations are created in your throat, and these sounds are produced. What can...

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02 Sep 2017

Common sense tells us that a carefully managed diet will improve our overall health. However, looking closely at what different foods add to our body can help us actively maintain vitamin and mineral balance, as well as hormonal balance, such as testosterone levels in the body: Testosterone diet Bananas – rich in potassium, an electrolyte necessary for muscle contractions that balance body fluids and reduces blood pressure. Pistachios – rich in protein, fiber, and zinc,...

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28 Aug 2017

Exercising is a need for the design of our body. Do you know the phrase “what is exercised develops, what does not, atrophies”? It is true. A minimum of exercise for our musculature, joints, tendons, and bones is essential to keep us in good health. This being true, any excess is dangerous, also in the exercise. So exercise your sculptural figure is okay as long as you do within reasonable margins, without forcing beyond what...

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14 Jul 2017

As parents, we want to teach our children a variety of things that will make things better for them in the future. Things that will keep him out of trouble, healthy and happy. One of those things is making sure our children learn healthy eating habits at a young age. This way we can get them on the right track, hoping that they keep with these practices. Breakfast, as we all already know, is the...

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29 Jun 2017

If you endured drillings, fillings, braces, and more fluoride treatments that you can count, and you still don’t have the fabulous smile you wanted to show for it, all is not lost. Chipped, discolored, and even missing teeth can be fixed through a variety of cosmetic dentistry procedures that not only will improve your appearance, but also will boost your confidence. “We’ve seen a lot of changes in people in our office in just the...

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26 May 2017

Anger is an emotion that can have damaging effects if it is. Anger is exceptionally dodgy to your health. It increases your adrenaline and blood pressure levels. Deadly cost may arise when people could not control their anger and rage. Anger cans constant break relationships. Moreover, anger can too consequence in hurting superstar or responsibility a touch with the purpose of you may undergo pitiful afterward on. Various make somewhere your home find it painless...

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29 Mar 2017

Australia has been home to the finest breed of horses and has succeeded in founding one of the greatest spectator sports in the country. The highly-acclaimed events like Melbourne Cup, Caulfield Cup, Golden Slipper, Cox Plate and various Group Races have emerged with the help of thoroughbred horses and have not only provided a favourite Australian pastime but also resulted in huge economic gains on a personal and national level. In the history of Australian...

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06 Oct 2015

I've seen this a lot on twitter, so I thought I'd write a quick post on how I watch the Avs (& other sports) without having cable TV.    First you need a good internet connection (I go with Centurylink. TestMyNet.com has my d/l rate as 10.2 Mbps and upload of 599kbps). This seems to work pretty well. I'm waiting for a million comments on why my internet sucks and how I can spend 3...

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25 Jun 2015

I was listening to an episode of my favorite podcast: You Are Not So Smart the other day, and his guest was Google director of People Operations (Human Resources): Laszlo Bock. You should go listen to the whole podcast, because it was really fascinating. One part that caught my ear was when Mr. Bock was talking about hiring, and how managers hire within Google [20 minute mark]. Their research shows that college sophomores can make the...

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