Cross-Training Cable Circuit

December 12, 2011 by  
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(0:21)- Routine Sets & Reps (0:52)- Crane Lunge Pull (Top) Version 1 (2:00)- Chest Fly on Bosu Ball (2:55)- Alternating Tricep Lunge (3:40)- Abdominal Twist (4:25)- Bicep Punch (5:20)- One-Arm Crossover (6:08)- Squat Press (7:06)- One-Leg Crane Check out www.scotthermanfitness.com for more information and detailed exercises! Join the most supportive and fastest growing community on facebook! www.facebook.com Check out my Routines & Tips on the SEARS FitStudio page! 🙂 www.fitstudio.com iPhone App! itunes.apple.com Bio-Engineered Supplements & Nutrition BSN www.bsnonline.net Check out my Meal Plan!: www.scotthermanfitness.com TRX Purchase Link: www.anrdoezrs.net Follow me on Twitter! twitter.com

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Ultimate Ripped Ab Flexing & Tips!- Scott Herman

December 4, 2011 by  
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Happiest Woman in America – Health Tips [11-02-2011]

November 12, 2011 by  
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A woman (/ˈwʊmən/), pl: women (/ˈwɪmɨn/) is a female human. The term woman is usually reserved for an adult, with the term girl being the usual term for a female child or adolescent. However, the term woman is also sometimes used to identify a female human, regardless of age, as in phrases such as ‘Women’s rights’. The Old English wifman meant ‘female human’ (werman meant ‘male human’. Man or mann had a gender neutral meaning of ‘human’, corresponding to Modern English ‘one’ or ‘someone’. However in around 1000AD ‘man’ started to be used more to refer to ‘male human’, and in the late 1200s began to inevitably displace and eradicate the original word ‘werman’). The medial labial consonants coalesced to create the modern form ‘woman’; the initial element, which meant ‘female,’ underwent semantic narrowing to the sense of a married woman (‘wife’). Visit MeTee.com The place for publishing and printing t-shirts & always free shipping. Become a channel sponsor for 30 days for /day meseed.com Have any ad you want play in each video (any one video can go viral with tens-of-thousands of hits) Or donate to keep this channel going: meseed.com Thank you for your generosity – Subscribe for Breaking News. Like/Dislike, Comment, Favorite and share on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ to get the word out on this video. Put this video on your channel with a more interesting title (never know if this channel will get taken down): www.keepvid.com Archive video with keepvid. Signup for

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Seductive Voices – Fertile Women (Sex Health Guru)

April 24, 2011 by  
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She might sound sexy right now, but you should know that her voice is most seductive when she’s ovulating. More Sex Health News: www.sexhealthguru.com

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The Pill at Work (Sex Health Guru Tip)

April 13, 2011 by  
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Want to know how the birth control pill works? Here’s the scoop! See videos all about sex and contraception – www.sexhealthguru.com

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DIET RECIPE – Healthy Recipe for Breakfast

April 11, 2011 by  
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In this diet video I share my recipe for my healthy breakfast – for more diet and fitness video tips visit my site: www.BodyRock.Tv

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How to meet men over 50 dating tips:) :) Uploaded by SearchingSenior.com

April 7, 2011 by  
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There are many challenges to face when trying to meet men over the age of 50. Enjoy dating more with help from a dating coach in this free video on meeting men over 50.Recommend *** SearchingSenior.com *** to you all. I will be very happy if you can find a partner there. It is a success over 40 and senior dating community with thousands of verified members and photos, local and worldwide. Free to join 🙂 You may have a try 🙂

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Yoga Girls #5: Sun Salutation (Sex Health Guru Tip)

April 4, 2011 by  
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Girls, get toned and sexy for summer – with Yoga! The sun salutation is your ticket to a hot bikini body! Or, get CRAZY fit: www.sexhealthguru.com

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Foods that kill excerpts plus other Health tips vegans vs carnivores Abel vs Cain

March 24, 2011 by  
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Themeaning of life is problem solving! This is how they control the people daily. They solve the basic problems of food, clothing & shelter by providing you with jobs. Every two weeks they pay you in debt notes & within ten days you have given it all back. You don’t even know it’s not real money & that the nations are all under bankruptcy & everything is prepaid. You are so conditioned you can’t believe it, you deny it & you continue to go along with the corporate central bank tax scam. That leaves you free to solve more pressing problems like cash or charge, wine or beer, window or aisle, smoking or non, Oprah or American Idol Worship. You work all day in a corporate sweat shop. You pay taxes to the corporation of [your country name] then you watch Corporate news scare you to death with terror, murder, rape & corruption. You watch some sitcom Friends lie & cheat on each other for a laugh then you finish off the evening by witnessing some Criminal Minds plot & commit murder When they present any problem like 9/11 (Shortly before his untimely death, former British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook told the House of Commons that “Al Qaeda” is not really a terrorist group but a database of international mujaheddin & arms smugglers used by the CIA & Saudis to funnel guerrillas arms & money into Soviet-occupied Afghanistan Courtesy of World Affairs) they offer the solution, war on terror, loss of freedom. Housing bubble, economic collapse, bailout tax theft. Swine flu, imminent

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FITNESS – Cardio Exercise Workout 4

March 24, 2011 by  
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Part 4/5. Visit www.BodyRock.Tv For more Free Fitness Videos, Workout Routines and Healthy Diet and Exercise Plans.

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Get An IQ Boost! (Health Guru Tip)

March 19, 2011 by  
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Tired of being shown up by know-it-alls? Boost your IQ – fast – with these natural tips! Get more great health tips : news.healthguru.com

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Treating Severe Acne (Sex Health Guru Beauty Tip)

March 16, 2011 by  
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You don’t have to live with severe acne. Check out these treatments that can help! Get MORE sex appeal! Check out these tips – CLICK HERE: www.sexhealthguru.com

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Heart(y) News: Wear Red Today, 4 February

February 4, 2011 by  
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Are you ready to paint the town red today? Or at least wear something red. I’m planning to for 2 special reasons. It’s National Wear Red Day in the US and many parts of the world. And I’m attending a Chinese New Year’s party tonight. Red symbolizes the color of the heart. In many Asian cultures, red is also the symbol of life, love, luck and happiness. Happy New Year!

NIH researchers identify genetic cause of new vascular disease
ACDC is not your favourite rock band but stands for arterial calcification due to CD73 deficiency. It is rare vascular disease not previously described in medical literature. Till now. It is characterized by “progressive and painful arterial calcification affecting the lower extremities”, but does not affect the coronary arteries. Researchers at the National Institutes of Health’s Undiagnosed Diseases Program (UDP) has now identified the gene that causes the disease.

Walk faster, live longer
How long do you think you will live? You can tell by how fast you walk. This is according to a meta-analysis  by researchers at the University of Pittsburgh of nine studies involving about 35,000 people aged 65 and older.
“The reason that there’s a relationship between walking speed and longevity is because your walking speed is a very simple reflection of how well many of your body systems are doing”, according to one of the researchers.

30 minutes of brisk walking each is recommend for our health.

Most Americans with High Blood Pressure and High Cholesterol at Unnecessary Risk for Heart Attack and Stroke
2 out of 3 adult Americans have high cholesterol levels that are not managed properly. In addition, about 50% have hypertension that is also not being treated effectively. This despite the fact that a wide range of treatments for dyslipidemia and hypertension are available and not that expensive too. This is according to the latest Vital Signs report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). They key figures are given below:

Current cost estimates for  cardviovascular treatment in terms of direct medical costs is $300 billion each year. This expenditure can triple by 2030, according to experts, unless we do something right now.

Mechanical valves beat bioprostheses in younger patients: 10-year study
Mechanical or biologics? This is a question that patients needing valve replacement have to consider. A 10-year Swiss study showed that those who opt for mechanical valves actually tend to live longer despite a lifetime burden of taking anticoagulation agents.

Empowered Health News | Seven Tips Men’s Health and Safety

January 28, 2011 by  
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www.empowereddoctor.com The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have some useful men’s health tips for the summer months. Practice Water Safety – In 2004, men accounted for 78% of accidental drowning deaths. Learn how to swim, and never swim alone. Also, don’t mix alcohol and boating. Story is produced and provided by Empowered Medical Media, LLC Visit www.EmpoweredDoctor.com to see the full story And if you are looking for a doctor check out our local doctor directory at www.empowereddoctor.com

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Cancer in the headlines, 28 January

January 28, 2011 by  
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Some bad news…

Breast Implants: FDA Review Indicates Possible Association With A Rare Cancer
Women who had breast implants have a small but still measurable increased risk for developing anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL), a rare type of blood cancer, according to a recent announcement the US FDA. Women who had implants, even if they have no symptoms, should schedule follow-ups with their doctors. Women who are considering having implants should talk it over with their doctors to weigh the risks and benefits.

According to the Breast Cancer Action group (BCA), it has “long advocated that the FDA stop approving products for the marketplace before we fully understand their potential impact on human health. The fact that the risk was only revealed through postmarketing data, after the implants have been approved and implanted drives home the point of BCA.

Diabetes/Cardiovascular Risk with Prostate Cancer Drugs
The FDA has ordered an update of the labelling of gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) agonists, drugs used in the treatment of prostate cancer The new label should warn about “an increased risk of diabetes and certain cardiovascular diseases.”  GnRH agents are available in the market under the following brand and generic names:

  • Lupron (leuprolide acetate)
  • Zoladex (goserelin acetate)
  • Trelstar (triptorelin pamoate)
  • Viadur (leuprolide acetate)
  • Eligard (leuprolide acetate).

Some good news…

New Drug Shows Promise Against Triple-Negative Breast Cancer
Iniparib is an experimental drug currently being tested in a Phase III clinical trial. The drug shows promise in treating triple-negative breast cancer which is an aggressive form of breast cancer. Data from a small Phase II trial showed that iniparib treatment can shrink tumors and prolong life. “Triple-negative breast cancer is difficult to treat because its tumor cells lack certain receptors that some common breast cancer treatments, such as tamoxifen and trastuzumab (Herceptin), target.”

No Increased Cancer Risk Seen in Stem Cell, Marrow Donors
Does donation of stem cell and bone marrow present a risk for the donors? A recent study should reassure people that this is not the case. A study collected data spanning “55,228 observation-years of health data on 12,559 donors of bone-marrow and/or peripheral blood stem cells (PBSC)” and looked especially at the incidence of common as well as rare cancers. The results found no evidence of increased risk associated with donation thereby indicating that bone marrow or PBSC donation are safe for donors.

Heart(y) news, 28 January

January 28, 2011 by  
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MEDICAL DEVICES

First bioabsorbable stent approved in Europe
Absorb everolimus-eluting bioresorbable vascular scaffold (BVS) stent is the first bioabsorbable stent to be in the market. The stent manufactured by Abbott “utilizes a poly-L-lactide polymer and is indicated for the treatment of coronary artery disease.” Absorb has been approved for the European market.

Nearly a quarter of ICD implants are not recommended by professional guidelines
Implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs) are mean to save lives and recommended by many clinical guidelines. Unfortunately, many ICD implant procedure do not meet guidelines specifications and were found to be increase risk for in-hospital complications.

HEART DRUGS

Merck stops vorapaxar in stroke patients, closes out TRACER trial
Trials testing the investigational cardiovascular drug vorapaxar has run into problems. The data and safety monitoring board (DSMB) had recommended that the drug should be contraindicated in subjects with a history of stroke due to potential increased risk in intracranial hemorrhage.

FDA Alert: Multaq (dronedarone) and Risk of Severe Liver
TFDA has issued a safety communication regarding the antiarrhythmic drug dronedarone (Multaq). The drug was linked to several cases of rare but severe liver problems, two of which necessitated liver transplantation. The manufacturer Sanofi-Aventis has informed health care professionals about the risk but claims that causal association has yet to be established. The Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) are has expressed a need to update product info on dronedarone as precautionary measure.

CCB/macrolide antibiotic combo ups risk of hypotension
Millions of people are using calcium-channel blockers (CCBs) for treatment of hypertension, angina and arrhythmia. Many of them may also be prescribed macrolide antibiotics for infections. However, these 2 classes of drugs which are effective and safe can cause toxicity when combined. The dangerous drug-drug interaction especially concerns the use of the antibiotics erythromycin or clarithromycin together with CCBs which can result in hypotension.

SHARING EXPERIENCE

Finally I got this through email:

Seeking patients to share their rehab experiences

The American Heart Association is working with international design consultancy IDEO (www.ideo.com) to design a better cardiac rehab experience for patients. We are interested in speaking to several patients in the Greater Boston area for in-home visits to talk about their rehab experiences, after an event such as a heart attack or heart procedure.

Visits would take place in the participant’s home, will be conducted by 2-3 IDEO designers and AHA employees, and will last 1.5 hours. Each participant will be compensated $150 for their time. If interested, please complete our online survey linked here. All responses will be kept confidential.

Sleep Disorders Decoded (Sex Health Guru Health Tip)

January 1, 2011 by  
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Health care updates, Nov 19

November 19, 2010 by  
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Vaccine for Ear Infections
Ear infections are common among babies and little children and some of these infections are caused by pneumococcal bacteria. Scientists have developed a vaccine that is active against 7 pneumococcal bacterial strains. The PCV-7 vaccine has been tested in 177,000 kids where 20% reduction in the number of cases was observed. The vaccine has been approved in 2007 but it is only now that its real benefits come to light. Babies receive four doses of the vaccine at age two months, four months, six months and again at 12 months.    

FDA clears Cymbalta to treat chronic musculoskeletal pain
The US FDA has recently approved a new indication for Cymbalta (duloxetine hydrochloride). It can now be prescribed for the treatment of chronic musculoskeletal pain, including pain from osteoarthritis and chronic lower back pain. Cymbalta was already approved for diabetic peripheral neuropathy in 2004; generalized anxiety disorder and maintenance treatment of major depression in 2007; and fibromyalgia in 2008.

FDA launches initiative to develop innovative external defibrillators
Automated external defibrillators (AEDs) can now be found in many public areas. They are to be used in cases of emergency in people suffering from cardiac arrest. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has recently launched a program aimed at “facilitating the development of safer, more effective external defibrillators used to treat abnormal heart rhythms through improved design and manufacturing practices.”
AEDs are designed that they can be used by a bystander who has no previous experience in first aid or use of the device. AEDs help save lives every year but there have also been reports of device failure. The initiative should increase the safety and usability of AEDs.

FDA Urges Consumers to be ‘Smart’ about Antibiotic Use
Antibiotics are often misused, with serious, long-lasting consequences- bacterial resistance. Antibiotic resistance occurs when bacteria mutate and this mutation reduces or eliminates the effectiveness of antibiotic drugs.

The US FDA is urging consumers to use antibiotics appropriately. Here are some of their recommendations:

Healthcare updates, Nov 13

November 13, 2010 by  
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Some healthcare updates on improving patienst safety…

NIH videos help health providers answer questions about dialysis
The National Institutes for Health (NIH) recently launched a a new video series infoming patient about dialysis and preparing for renal repalcement therapy surgey. The series consist of eight short videos cover some of the most common questions patients ask about surgery. According to Andrew S. Narva, director of NIH’s National Kidney Disease Education Program (NKDEP):

“We know that it is sometimes difficult for primary care providers to talk with patients about the different aspects of dialysis preparation. We hope these videos will help providers feel more comfortable discussing fistula placement so those important conversations can happen earlier in the disease process.”

Medical Errors from Misreading Letters and Numbers
Misreading letters and numbers in prescriptions and medical records can lead to dangerous and life-threatening medical errors. The Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP) is warning health professionals and is recommending some ways to minimize the errors, as follows:

Use block printing rather than cursive writing on handwritten orders. This takes a little more time, but it can help prevent serious errors.

Use European-style differentiation to clearly distinguish between confusing symbols. For example, write the number “0” with a slash through it to distinguish it from the letter “O,” write the number “7” with a bar through it to distinguish it from the number “1,” and write the letter “Z” with a bar through it to distinguish it from the number “2.”

Be sure to allow adequate space between the drug name and the dose, both in handwritten orders and in electronic formats, including medication labels and shelf labels.

Finally, when reading an order, make sure the dose you are viewing is within the recommended dosage range for that drug. If the dose does not seem to make sense, clarify with the prescriber.

FDA working to prevent radiation overdoses during CT scans
Radiation overdose is dangerous and there have been reports of radiation overdose involving CT scans during the last couple of years. The US FDA has conducted an investigation of the diagnostic technique’s safety and came up with suggestions to manufacturers on how to enhance safety of CT scanners.

Heart(y) News, 12 Nov: the famous and the rich

November 12, 2010 by  
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This Friday, we are bringing you some heart(y) news on celebrities…

Sudden death of Argentina’s past president six weeks poststenting prompts questions, fears
A well-known statesmen died from cardiac arrest following stenting, bringing up questions about the procedure. Néstor Kirchner was the president of Argentina from 2003 to 2007. He was also the husband current president, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. He underwent stenting in September and received a drug-eluting stent. He suffered from a fatal cardiac arrest 6 weeks later. He was only 60 years old.

Kirchner’s narrowed carotid was detected during a carotid ultrasound screening in February, which prompted an increased demand among Argentineans for the procedure, indicating increased awareness of coronary heart disease. Unfortunately, his death may have also prompt increased fears.

First ladies join The Heart Truth to raise women’s heart disease awareness
Currently on display at The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum in Texas are the latest additions to the First Ladies Red Dress Collection as part of the Heart Truth campaign. Two ex-First Ladies, Laura and Barbara Bush officially opened the exhibition.

About the campaign: The Heart Truth is a national awareness campaign for women about heart disease and is sponsored by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

About the collection: The exhibit features red dresses and suits on loan from the presidential libraries and personal collections of 14 of America’s first ladies—including a Jacqueline Kennedy dress that was last displayed in 2003. Other featured dresses and suits include those worn by Lou Hoover, Eleanor Roosevelt, Bess Truman, Mamie Eisenhower, Lady Bird Johnson, Pat Nixon, Betty Ford, Rosalynn Carter, Nancy Reagan, Barbara Bush, Hillary Clinton, Laura Bush, and Michelle Obama.

Chilean miner wins NY hearts by finishing marathon
Edison Pena was not the fastest during the New York City Marathon last weekend but he was definitely a favourite among the crowd. He finished the run in 5 hours 40 minutes 51 seconds, more than 3 hours behind the winner but for the New Yorkers, he is a winner, too. Just a few weeks ago, Pena was trapped in a mine in Chile. During his several months underground, Pena kept fit by jogging through the tunnels of the mine – in his miner boots. A sad note is the dropping out of Haile Gebrselassie, running legend and marathon world record holder, due a knee injury.

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