Causes of Stress

Causes of Stress By: Trevor Dumbleton In order to eliminate or at least control stress, it is vital to know and understand the causes of stress. Of course, there are many causes of stress and they are as varied as the people who suffer from stress, but there are a few places to look first. […]

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Dealing With Aggression

Dealing With Aggression By: David Ferruolo Sometimes life can be very confusing. We strive to walk a spiritual path, being accepting and forgiving. We smile and send blessings unselfishly to all that cross our path. We meditate and pray, but how do we deal with negative people when their wrath is directed at us? We […]

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The Fallout From Mental Health Stigma

The Fallout From Mental Health Stigma By: Sonia Devine What is Stigma? Stigma is the use of stereotypes and labels when describing someone, and it is often attached to people who suffer from mental health issues. We don’t fully understand how the brain works yet, but one thing we DO know is that it is […]

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The Anabolic Evolution of Modern Bodybuilding

The Anabolic Evolution of Modern Bodybuilding By: Mario Strong Today, drugs in some professional sports have become mainstream. The hypocrisy of Major League Baseball serves as a wake up call for an American culture that indulges in careless living by risking its health through poor nutrition, alcoholic beverages, cigarettes, etc. Before we can hope to […]

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Building A Better Body

Building A Better Body, One Brick At A Time By: Tom Venuto The quest to develop a stunningly fit, lean and attractive body is a long, slow journey. It’s not something you achieve overnight by popping a few pills or strapping an electric gizmo to your belly. Which reminds me, did you know that by […]

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The Fountain of Youth

The Fountain of Youth By: Andy Casasanta Aging, a steady decline: The History of the world is filled with stories of individuals trying to find eternal youth. Wealthy people going to private centers for magic elixirs. Many individuals taking megadoses of certain vitamins, drink green tea, use coenzyme Q10 etc, hoping to find the “fountain […]

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Is Exercise Safe for Asthmatics

Is Exercise Safe for Asthmatics? By: Diana Statham An asthma patient generally has sensitive air passages, or airways, resulting in difficult breathing for the patient when these air passages are irritated from an atmospheric change. As mentioned earlier, it is crucial to note that some sports will have a higher probability of inducing attacks in […]

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