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Back Pain?

July 29, 2011

The thoracolumbar junction syndrome, also known as Maigne's syndrome, has been thought to be responsible for up to 40 percent of common low back pai


Listening to your body

July 27, 2011

Dedication and hard work is most definitely needed when it comes to exercise and staying in shape.  However, overtraining and “pushing th


Run Less Run Farther

July 26, 2011

Running is one of the most practical and most convenient work-outs. It requires very little assistance and no use of gym equipment. It may be simple


Does Lipitor trigger rhabdomyolysis?

July 22, 2011

Lipitor is a drug used to lower cholesterol to help prevent the onset of heart diseases. However, there are certain studies which reveal that it may


Does weight training increase libido?

July 19, 2011

There’s been an increase in men who embrace weight training. This isn’t surprising due to the positive effects weight training provides.


How does Vitamin D3 Affect the Prostate Health of Men?

July 16, 2011

Increased Vitamin D3 in the diet of men with prostate disease promotes some regulatory effects in the reprogramming of malignant cells. It also supp


Money, Sex and Happiness: A Critical Review

July 13, 2011

Money, Sex and Happiness is one of the many research works of David G. Blanchflower, an affiliate of the Dartmouth College – Department of Eco


Does nitric oxide effectively increase speed?

July 10, 2011

Develop lean muscles and increase your speed naturally through nitrous oxide supplements!   Nitric oxide is an effective supplement which intro


Your Gym is the Enemy

July 9, 2011

http://www.mensjournal.com/everything-you-know-about-fitness-is-a-lie  


Fish oil and heart health

July 7, 2011

Fish oil functions in a complex manner. Until now, scientists have found it difficult to explain how fish oil lowers triglyceride concentrations in


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