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Six Health Problems That Can Happen to Bloggers "Can Blogging Be What Ails You ? "

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One of the many things in the last three years I have read about bloggers, is that they are spending endless hours typing, sitting and blogging and online fun can cause some problems. They're getting more aches and pains and it's not only painful but annoying to say the least. Normal occurrences that are brought on by our additionzl recreations are part of the blogging world.  If you have some of these aliments below  it's time for you to take a long look at the habits you have made and make some changes in your life style and habits before going through many tests at the doctors to find out that nothing is wrong with you but poor blogging habits and run up those bills that will cost allot of money finding out. Here are some of these complaints that may help you heal.

Elbows hurt?  Are you leaning one arm on the table all the time, that bone will become inflamed. Try using a pillow underneath it, wrap it up with a towel or apply heat.Does you knees hurt more? This is somet…

Grilled Salmon Salad Medley

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1 tablespoon honey2 tablespoon barbecue sauce3 teaspoons low-sodium soy sauce1 skinless salmon filet (1 1/4-pound piece), cut into 4 pieceskosher salt and black pepper1 tablespoon canola oil1 red bell pepper, thinly sliced1 tablespoon chopped fresh gingerchunk fresh pineapple, grape tomatoes and cut up cucumbersmixed salad greens In a small bowl mix the honey, barbecue sauce and soy sauce set aside.   Place the salmon filet on an oil sprayed piece of foil. Put the sliced pepper, ginger and pineapple on top drizzle olive oil  and fold the foil tightly around the fish. Place on a hot grill or you can bake this for around 25 minutes or until fish flakes easily. If grilling, when the fish is almost cooked at around 18 minutes place directly on grill with the pineapple to achieve grill markings.
Assembly and serving:
Place mixed greens with chopped cucumbers and tomato on plate. Top with the salmon and drizzle sauce over salmon.  Add salt and pepper to taste.

February is HEART HEALTH MONTH Change your Lifestyle

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Lifestyle rules when it comes to preventing Heart disease. If you get into great habits your heart will love the answer. Chances are greater to avoid surgeries, heart attacks through studies and National health surveys. Findings have shown that avoiding obesity, no smoking at all,  eating the right foods, getting exercise, moderation of alcoholic beverages (1 to 7 weekly) . Even the studies that showed normal blood pressure and perfect cholesterol recipients had to follow the above guidelines or still put their hearts at risk.
A healthy lifestyle is more powerful than medicine.
In studies following the steps to a healthier lifestyle, doing all those five would for two decade study period reduced peoples mortality risk by 50%!!.
Remember, it doesn't matter if your thin then ruin your body by smoking, drinking and eating junk food.

Everything you do comes into play. My cardiologist indicated to me the worst of all 5 on his list that contributes to heart disease and damages the ar…

World Cancer Day 2012 Foods That Protect and Blueberry Blackberry Smoothie

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It is the occassion to unite the world in the fight against the disease through raising awareness, educating the public, and lobbying for change. My contribution today is awareness in foods.

Here are some cancer fighting foods that have demonstrated anti cancer effects. Evidence suggests in an overall diet to offer the strongest cancer protection from foods.

In many studies and updates experts have said that body fat increases the risk of seven kinds of cancers. Eating vegetables, fruits, are all low in calories which help us get to and stay a healthy weight. Whole  grains and beans are rich in fiber and moderate in calories which will also help in weight management.

Here is a list that science currently tells us plays a role in protection against cancer.

Apples
Blueberries
Broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables
Cranberries
Flaxseed
Beans
Berries
Dark Green Leafy Vegetables
Garlic
Grapes and Grape Juice
Squash (winter)
Green Tea
Soy
Tomatoes
Whole Grains

Avoid sugary drinks, limit co…