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Nutrition

Nutrition

Whether you've just started a diet regimen or have hit a plateau, come here to discuss and review the nutrition plans that other women have used to achieve their individual weight goals.(..and maybe discover a tip or two that could help you achieve yours!)
Created on: Thursday, May 06 2010
22 Members 4 Discussions 0 Wall Posts
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Skincare

Skincare

Since the fountain of youth has yet to be found, women resort to a variety of skincare products that promise the restoration of youthful skin. Come here to discuss and share your experience with products that have proven to help you counter the effects of aging and help you retain that vibrant glow of your 20s!
Created on: Thursday, May 06 2010
21 Members 4 Discussions 3 Wall Posts
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Quit Smoking

Quit Smoking

Everyday, around 1000 Americans are dying because of smoking. One out of every six men is dying in United States because of smoking.
Created on: Monday, May 17 2010
21 Members 2 Discussions 10 Wall Posts
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Exercise

Exercise

Just because our sweat contains glitter, doesn't mean we don't grunt as loud as those men do. Here's a place for all you strong, fast, and loud grunting women to share your workout success, struggles and ideas.
Created on: Friday, April 23 2010
17 Members 3 Discussions 6 Wall Posts
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Shed Pounds With Dr V

Shed Pounds With Dr V

All health conditions could be avoided if you take action early. The most important aspects of good health and longevity are certainly a proper diet, exercise, mental outlook, behavior, vitamins minerals and phytonutrition. At the "Heart, Diabetes & Weight Loss Centers of New York" our unique approach to disease prevention continues to evolve. Integrated medicine takes science of medicine and combines orthodox treatments with the developing field of nutrition and functional therapies.
Created on: Wednesday, December 29 2010
16 Members 3 Discussions 4 Wall Posts
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Whey Protein

Whey Protein

Recently I have been taking Whey Protein after every workout. There are many benefits with taking whey protein but you have to make sure you are taking the right one too. Often Whey Protein shakes have a lot of sugar and fat to hide the taste. You should try to find a powder whey protein that is low in sugar and low in far that you can add to skim milk. I use Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard Double Chocolate flavor. It packs 24 grams of protein in a scoop and only 1.5 grams of fat. What protein supplements does everyone else us on here if any? Do you use powder usually, how often do you take it?
Created on: Wednesday, May 19 2010
15 Members 3 Discussions 3 Wall Posts
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Yoga

Yoga

Yoga is an applied science of the mind and body that is best known as a set of physical practices that include gentle stretches, breathing practices, and progressive deep relaxation.
Created on: Friday, May 21 2010
15 Members 2 Discussions 3 Wall Posts
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January is Cervical Cancer Screening Month

January is Cervical Cancer Screening Month

Cervical cancer is the second leading cancer in women worldwide. This year in the United States, more than 11,000 women will be diagnosed with cervical cancer and more than 4,000 women will die of this disease. Unlike other cancers, cervical cancer is almost always preventable because we know what causes it - HPV infection - and we have the tools available to prevent this cancer. With proper screening and vaccination, no woman should lose her fertility to or die of this disease. HPV is a very common sexually transmitted infection that 3 of 4 adults will have at some time in their lives. Most of these infections go away on their own without treatment. Infections that do not go away on their own can lead to cervical cancer. A Pap test is the traditional method used for cervical cancer screening. An HPV test identifies women who are infected with high-risk types of HPV that could potentially lead to cervical cancer. Clinical studies suggest that screening with both a Pap test and an HPV test offers women aged 30 and older the best protection against cervical cancer. HPV vaccines, recommended for 11- to 12-year-old girls and approved for young women up to age 26, have been shown to be highly effective at preventing infection with the two most common types of HPV that cause approximately 70% of all cervical cancers. HPV vaccination does not protect against all the HPV types that can cause cervical cancer; thus, women who have been vaccinated still need to be screened.
Created on: Thursday, December 30 2010
14 Members 1 Discussion 1 Wall Post
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Women's Fashion

Women's Fashion

Some women are willing to risk it all to be at the top of the fashion totem pole. Although none of us want to be caught by the fashion police, is it always worth it to risk your health for fashion?
Created on: Monday, June 07 2010
13 Members 5 Discussions 1 Wall Post
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Sleep

Sleep

Missing out on a good night’s sleep can seriously affect what happens when you’re awake.
Created on: Friday, July 16 2010
13 Members 1 Discussion 1 Wall Post
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Seasonal Allergies

Seasonal Allergies

An estimated 60 million Americans (20% of US Population) suffer from all types of allergies.
Created on: Monday, May 17 2010
12 Members 0 Discussions 6 Wall Posts
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Running For Guys

Running For Guys

This group is a place for all guys that love to run. Whether it's on the local track, around the neighborhood or at the park we all have one thing in common; we love to run.
Created on: Wednesday, May 19 2010
12 Members 1 Discussion 6 Wall Posts
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Migraine Headaches

Migraine Headaches

Migraine afflicts 28 million Americans, with females suffering more frequently than males. Missed work and lost productivity from these headaches create a significant public burden.
Created on: Friday, May 21 2010
12 Members 0 Discussions 5 Wall Posts
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Sex Education

Sex Education

In today's society can we really expect teens to not engage in sexual activities? This group is intended to explore the differences between abstinence-only and abstinence-plus sex education. Which is more beneficial for today's youth?
Created on: Wednesday, June 09 2010
12 Members 1 Discussion 3 Wall Posts
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Dr. D's Nutrition Corner

Dr. D's Nutrition Corner

Learn about an evidence-based, solid nutritional paradigm which consists of fusing traditional foods with modern science and targeted dietary supplementation, if medically necessary.
Created on: Friday, November 12 2010
12 Members 1 Discussion 3 Wall Posts
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Body Pain

Body Pain

Here you can talk about different body pain and aches you've experienced and how you overcome them.
Created on: Wednesday, May 19 2010
11 Members 1 Discussion 4 Wall Posts
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Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening

are your pearly whites sensitive?
Created on: Thursday, May 20 2010
11 Members 1 Discussion 4 Wall Posts
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Body Art

Body Art

Body art is art made on, with, or consisting of, the human body. The most common forms of body art are tattoos and body piercings.
Created on: Monday, June 14 2010
11 Members 1 Discussion 4 Wall Posts
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Your Vision

Your Vision

There are many types of eye problems and visual disturbances which include blurred vision, halos, blind spots and other symptoms. This group is for anyone who deals with some kind of vision problems and wants to share.
Created on: Wednesday, May 19 2010
10 Members 0 Discussions 5 Wall Posts
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Walking - Always Moving Forward

Walking - Always Moving Forward

This is a group for all people who love to walk. Walking has just as many great benefits as running does as far as burning calories and speeding up metabolism.
Created on: Wednesday, May 19 2010
9 Members 0 Discussions 2 Wall Posts
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