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Coca-Cola is an absolute giant when it comes to marketing. Few brands are so well recognized across the globe and the company has done a brilliant job in making itself hip, cool and even apparently healthy!

» Bulletproof Coffee Review – For Weight Loss and Concentration
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» 'Social Snacking' – Facebook Users Update Their Status to Feel Less Lonely
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» Despite 'Healthier' Options, Fast Food Is Still High in Calories
By Laurel Avery | Published 12/2/2012 | Nutrition | Rating:
A trip to your local drive-through may present you with more options than you would have had a decade ago. Salads, oatmeal, fruit smoothies — at a glance it’s easy to think that fast food restaurants have upgraded their typical fries and burger fare...

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» How to Measure Your Energy Expenditure and Fitness in Detail
By Adam Sinicki | Published 03/10/2017 | Training | Unrated
Just how fit are you? Most of us probably think we have a pretty good idea of our health based on how out of breath we are when we’re climbing the stairs or how we look in front of the mirror when our clothes come off...

» How to Swallow Large Tablets and Capsules
By Adam Sinicki | Published 03/10/2017 | Home Remedies | Unrated
Have you ever been given medication to take by the doctor, or bought yourself some kind of health supplement, only to be dismayed upon opening it?

» The Roll of Tendons and Lever Lengths in Strength Training
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Strength is something that can be trained to a degree and indeed, that is what the entire sports of bodybuilding and powerlifting are all about...

» Bruce Lee's Unique Training for Building Massive Power
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Bruce Lee managed to achieve the pinnacle of human performance. Bruce had a physique that impressed even bodybuilders for its incredible definition but went well beyond simple aesthetics...

» Calculating Your Fluid Loss and Maintaining Hydration
By Adam Sinicki | Published 03/4/2017 | Training | Rating:
If you want to know how your body is going to react to exercise, then you need to look at your AMR. This is your ‘Active Metabolic Rate’, which tells you just how many calories you burn during the day when you are engaging in what would be your ‘average’ level of activity...

» Understanding Stress in Teenagers
By Dr. Janice Rachael Mae | Published 03/4/2017 | Stress | Unrated
Teenagers have something of a bad reputation when it comes to their emotional stability. It seems to be something of a running joke that teenagers are 'stroppy', 'unreasonable' and 'volatile' which makes them great fodder for sketch shows and sitcoms...

» Stress and Heart Disease – The Reality and the Controversy
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The relationship between heart disease and stress is well known and generally it's common knowledge that 'stressed out' types tend to be more susceptible to heart problems...

» IBS and Stress – How Stress Can Regulate and Upset Your Bowel Movements
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IBS is irritable bowel syndrome and describes a condition that causes irregular and unpleasant bowel movements...

» The Origins of Modern Psychology
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Ideas do not simply appear in a vacuum. Artists, philosophers and writers are often reacting in some way to what went before, to the great thinkers and creators who have worked in their field...

» What Is Heat Stress?
By Dr. Janice Rachael Mae | Published 03/3/2017 | Stress | Unrated
'Heat stress' is the term for what happens when people become 'overheated', often when in a working environment. In heat stress, the body's internal methods of controlling its temperature fail due to stress...

» Can Stress Cause Chest Pain?
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If you experience any kind of chest pain and you're concerned it could be a heart attack, then the general advice is to seek a medical attention immediately...

» Stress and Diabetes – How Stress Can Lead to a Vicious Cycle Resulting in Diabetes
By Dr. Janice Rachael Mae | Published 03/3/2017 | Stress | Unrated
Many people underestimate just how profound an impact stress can have on the body. Stress has a myriad of different effects on pretty much every aspect of our biology...

» What Causes Stress Stomach Pain?
By Dr. Janice Rachael Mae | Published 03/2/2017 | Stress | Rating:
Being stressed causes a number of very profound changes in the body and the brain and these can have huge implications for your health and wellbeing...

» Stress Diarrhea – A Powerful Demonstration of the Link Between Mind and Body!
By Dr. Janice Rachael Mae | Published 03/2/2017 | Stress | Unrated
It's common to hear about the strong connection between the body and mind – and how our state of mind can have huge implications for our health...

» Top Tips for Living With Stress Urinary Incontinence
By Dr. Janice Rachael Mae | Published 03/2/2017 | Stress | Unrated
Stress urinary incontinence is a type of incontinence that is triggered by physical stress...

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