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Systolic Blood Pressure in Women
Systolic blood pressure, in groundbreaking research, is proving to be particularly significant in relation to heart disease in women.

Tahitian Noni Juice - You've Got Mail!
Among the many drawbacks of Tahitian Noni Juice, it must cause foul-mouth disease, because I certainly do get some crude emails from distributors.

Tahitian Noni Juice Research - Hot or Not?
Sounds good doesn’t it? Like it comes from some kind of tropical fruit. Let’s check it out.

Teaching Measurement of High Blood Pressure
Teaching measurement of high blood pressure is more difficult than it used to be. so let’s get busy learning how to measure and interpret those measurements.

Ten Top Time Tips For Better Health
Accomplishing goals is best played as a game. Just playing the game can breathe new life into you.

The “Refined” Sweet Kiss of Death
Sleeping Beauty was a “refined” princess. For her it was a positive quality. But when it comes to your food, “refined” is a different story. Consider this your wake up kiss!

The 12 Steps to Permanent Weight Loss
Permanent weight loss is a serious journey. But these 12 steps lead to a happier, healthier life. So let's have fun along the way to permanent weight loss.

The 6 Essential Nutrients for the Body
There are 6 essential nutrients for the body that you can’t manufacture. These are called “essential nutrients” because you need to get them from your diet.

The Antibiotic Dilemma
Antibiotics are powerful drugs. Although they can be used effectively to treat bacterial infections, research shows they’re often unnecessarily or improperly prescribed – many times at the patient’s own insistence.

The Art of Con
Con artists are everywhere. They’re in every culture, every profession, every facet of life. And the health industry is no exception.

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