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Heart Attack Prevention for Women

December 13, 2011 by  
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Dr. Bob gives tips for women on the prevention of heart attacks. For more health tips and information visit www.DrBobShow.com.

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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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October 24, 2011 by  
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Emjoi Emagine Cordless Epilator Review | Armpit Care

September 15, 2011 by  
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I bought it here: “Emjoi Women’s Emagine Cordless Epilator” www.target.com If it’s still sold out, you can probably find it at Amazon, Walmart, or the Emjoi website. Check Out My Hair Channel! : youtube.com Catch Me on Twitter! : twitter.com Facebook! : www.facebook.com Not sponsored, everything bought myself.

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Hab It: Pelvic Floor Optimal Posture Review

August 21, 2011 by  
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Optimal Posture Tips for Women Women’s Physical Therapist Tasha Mulligan discusses female posture and the role it plays in addressing symptoms of pelvic floor weakness such as incontinence and prolapsed.. Special information for pregnant and post-partum women! Poor posture can put stress on your lower back and abdominal basket, exacerbating problems with your pelvic floor muscles. Unless you work to achieve optimal posture, the road to rehabilitation may be longer than necessary. This video will help you understand proper posture and alignment, and how to achieve and maintain it throughout your exercises. Relevant Links: www.balancethecenter.com ; www.healthcentral.com

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Women’s Eyebrow Shaping

July 5, 2011 by  
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1.Cleanse and dry skin with baby powder. 2.Apply wax in the direction of hair growth using a Popsicle stick. Then apply wax strip with pressure. Hold skin tightly and pull of wax strip off in opposite direction of hair growth. 3.Apply baby oil to remove excess wax from skin. 4.Apply aloe vera to soothe any pain and redness. A little redness is natural. 5.Repeat steps to other brow. 6.Trim eyebrows if needed. 7.Tweeze stray hairs. 8.Wipe away hairs with dry cotton ball. Click here for more detailed instructions and step-by-step directions! Our Blog – studiotilee.tumblr.com (don’t forget to follow us!) STAY IN TOUCH Official Website – www.studiotilee.com Facebook – www.facebook.com Twitter – twitter.com Song: Beyonce – Halo

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The Alternative – Mens Health

June 7, 2011 by  
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Introduction – Vox-pops from the case studies. Dr. Ian Banks, Men’s Health Forum, introduces the programme by exploding the myth that men don’t care about their health and instead points to the way society does not expect men to discuss their health. Throughout the programme he introduces the different issues: stress, prostate health, exercise and maintaining your identity as you get older. Case Study 1 – Graham was dragged off to yoga by his girlfriend. Case Study 2 – Randy, our second case study. Case Study 3 – Using clear, concise language, together with pictures, the therapist Max Tomlinson is able to describe the prostate gland. Case Study 4 – The final item in the programme shows how complementary medicine can help those men who are going through some kind of change or stressful time in their life.

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Exercise in No Time (Sex Health Guru Fitness Tip)

May 25, 2011 by  
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Don’t think you’ve got time to get a great body? Think again – with the Sex Health Guru fitness pro! Watch more great videos: www.sexhealthguru.com&YT020ExerciseNoTime

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The Alternative – Women’s health

May 4, 2011 by  
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Introduction – Vox-pops from the case studies. Nick Avery, a GP and Homeopath, has taken an interest in the relationship between hormones and women’s health problems. He describes how difficult it is to treat hormone problems because even if you have a blood test progesterone and oestrogen vary widely within the normal range. Case Study 1 – We hear from Anne, who had been treated extensively with hormones by her doctor to try and combat painful and almost continuous periods. Case Study 2 – Annette had been trying to have a baby for over a year before she was diagnosed as experiencing early menopause. Case Study 3 – Dr. Marilyn Glenville is a nutritionist who provides a natural alternative for people not wanting to go on HRT. Case Study 4 – Scilla, however, approached the menopause another way under the supervision of zero balancing therapist, John Hamwee.

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Women’s Health: Ovarian Disease : Polycystic Ovary Syndrome & Fertility

March 27, 2011 by  
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Polycystic ovary syndrome affects fertility because there is usually an absence of consistent ovulation, making it much more difficult to get pregnant. Explore the options of conceiving with this disease withinformation from a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist in this free video on women’s health. Expert: Dr. Josh Vogel Contact: www.wilmingtonhealth.com Bio: Dr. Joshua Vogel has been a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist for more than 13 years. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC

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Strictly Personal (1/2): US Women’s Army Corps Training Film – Hygiene, Grooming, Health (1963)

March 25, 2011 by  
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1963 www.amazon.com Watch the full film: thefilmarchived.blogspot.com The Women’s Army Corps (WAC) was the women’s branch of the US Army. It was created as an auxiliary unit, the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) on 14 May 1942, and converted to full status as the WAC in 1943. Its first director was Oveta Culp Hobby, at the time a lawyer, a newspaper research editor and the wife of a prominent Texas politician. In 1942, the first contingent of 800 members of the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps began basic training at Fort Des Moines, Iowa. The women were fitted for uniforms, interviewed, assigned to companies and barracks and inoculated against disease during the first day. A physical training manual was published by the War Department in July, 1943, aimed at bringing the women recruits to top physical standards. One section of the manual satirized a notional recruit named “Josephine Jerk” who does not participate wholeheartedly: “Josephine Jerk is a limp number in every outfit who dives into her daily dozen with the crisp vitality of a damp mop.” The manual begins by naming the responsibility of the women: “Your Job: To Replace Men. Be Ready To Take Over.” About 150000 American women served in the WAAC and WAC during World War II. They were the first women other than nurses to serve with the Army. While conservative opinion in the leadership of the Army and public opinion generally was initially opposed to women serving in uniform, the shortage of men necessitated a new

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FDA Women’s Health Video Blog: Women’s Heart Health

March 21, 2011 by  
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Did you know that heart disease is the number one killer of women in the United States? Watch as FDA’s video blog hosts talk through the important signs of heart disease in women. For tips and additional information about heart health, healthy eating and more, please visit: www.fda.gov

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Womens Health Magazine

January 14, 2011 by  
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Womens Health Magazine as Women’s Health Resource As women, you might find out that there are many women’s health risks that can influence your quality of life. To name some health risks that have put many women in danger are breast cancer, cervical cancer, and uterus cancer. Those health risks can be minimized and even eliminated by adopting a healthy lifestyle. Well, it is true that a healthy lifestyle can make women away from those health risks which result in high quality of life. To have a healthy lifestyle, women can learn from many resources such as online resources and printed materials. In this case, womens health magazine can be very useful. Womens health magazine usually provides extensive information about women’s health. There are plenty health articles that you can find in that kind of magazine. From such articles you can learn the causes of certain health risks. When you know the cause, you can avoid doing anything that can promote those health risks. You will also be able to learn about things you need to do when you have been suffering from certain health risks. Womens health magazine usually also includes opinions or advices from doctors or health caregivers. Such opinions or advices can sometimes be your considerations to seek for further medical assistance. There are also many practical health tips that can help you to have a healthy lifestyle. Many women’s health magazines provide simple tips which are suitable in this modern life. If you want to find

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Get Hip to Hip Health Women’s Health Expert Shares Tips on L

December 25, 2010 by  
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Get Hip to Hip Health Women’s Health Expert Shares Tips on Lowering the Risk for Hip Fracture to Lead an Active and Healthy Lifestyle it’s the perfect time to talk about one of the leading – yet often overlooked – health risks associated with falls: hip fracture. Although one-in-three women will suffer a hip fracture by the age of 90, awareness and concern of the risks remains low and not enough women take the necessary steps to protect their hips. Most women have a love-hate relationship with their hips, but keeping them healthy is vital for a full, active life. Highly regarded women’s health expert, Donnica Moore, MD (“Dr. Donnica”), shares tips on how to keep hips healthy and how to reduce the chances of suffering a devastating hip fracture. She talks about the importance of a balanced diet and calcium and vitamin D supplements in keeping bones strong – as well as the role of physical activities and body strengthening exercises for preventing falls. Weight-bearing exercise – like walking, jogging, dancing or even gardening – can improve balance, coordination and muscle strength. Talent/Guest: Donnica L. Moore, MD Dr. Donnica is a physician, educator and media commentator – as well as a highly regarded women’s health expert and advocate. As the founder and president of DrDonnica.com, a popular women’s health information website, she is well-known for her engaging and entertaining style – which she refers to as “Medicine Lite.” Dr. Donnica is the “Doctor on Call

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Get Hip to Hip Health Women’s Health Expert Shares Tips on L

December 18, 2010 by  
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Get Hip to Hip Health Women’s Health Expert Shares Tips on Lowering the Risk for Hip Fracture to Lead an Active and Healthy Lifestyle it’s the perfect time to talk about one of the leading – yet often overlooked – health risks associated with falls: hip fracture. Although one-in-three women will suffer a hip fracture by the age of 90, awareness and concern of the risks remains low and not enough women take the necessary steps to protect their hips. Most women have a love-hate relationship with their hips, but keeping them healthy is vital for a full, active life. Highly regarded women’s health expert, Donnica Moore, MD (“Dr. Donnica”), shares tips on how to keep hips healthy and how to reduce the chances of suffering a devastating hip fracture. She talks about the importance of a balanced diet and calcium and vitamin D supplements in keeping bones strong – as well as the role of physical activities and body strengthening exercises for preventing falls. Weight-bearing exercise – like walking, jogging, dancing or even gardening – can improve balance, coordination and muscle strength. Talent/Guest: Donnica L. Moore, MD Dr. Donnica is a physician, educator and media commentator – as well as a highly regarded women’s health expert and advocate. As the founder and president of DrDonnica.com, a popular women’s health information website, she is well-known for her engaging and entertaining style – which she refers to as “Medicine Lite.” Dr. Donnica is the “Doctor on Call

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