Please understand that I am not sharing all of this information to deter you from wanting to have bariatric surgery. I am sharing this as I don’t think they prepare candidates enough for what they will have to endure. It’s an extremely lengthy process, and one that I had considered just giving up a few times. It’s very exciting and at the same time very stressful for you and all of those around you.
If you have healthy cells, then these will be replaced by healthy cells but, if your cells have suffered from damage and are weakened by lack of resources, you will end up with weak cells that could become damaged or dysfunctional. This means that your cells will be less able to cope with the things you throw at it, and a continuing lack of resources will weaken it still further.View full post
It is perfectly natural that in the process of using your body you will generate maintenance jobs for it to do. This could be cell repair or renewal, toxin disposal or processing new resources. These jobs have to be stacked up until your body has time to deal with them during rest, therefore to maintain a healthy balance you have to ensure that these jobs never get too big or that your body has the time and resources to sort them out before new jobs appear.View full post
Studies by psychologists and psychiatrists alike have shown that depression tends to associate itself based on gender. When the patient amongst the subjects conducted was believed to be female, they were more likely than not to be diagnosed of a hysterical personality, believed to be more of a ‘women’s disorder’. Whenever the subject of the diagnosis was a male, they were more often than not diagnosed as having an antisocial personality, which is deemed most commonly as a ‘male disorder’.View full post
When the buzz on lasers as an anti-aging tool first started in the early 1990s, people didn’t know what to make of it. To most people, lasers were symbols of the kind of high-tech wizardry associated with the characters in Star Wars. Faster than the speed of light, however, lasers went from being a novel idea of the future to a much-improved alternative to the cosmetic procedures that already existed.View full post
Just mention the word stress and everyone seems to start moaning about how hard it is to cope while, at the same time, they’re merrily signing themselves up for things that will generate even more stress in their lives. So why do we have this dilemma with stress where it appears we can’t live with it, can’t live without it?View full post
‘The cure for the common cold.’ It might be one of the most elusive but often searched for remedy in the world. At one point or another almost everyone struggles with a common cold treatment. Sometimes they work, sometimes they are old wives tales that really have no ability to cure the common cold at all. Click the title to read more in depth about Common Cold.View full post
First and foremost, don’t get a credit card. Period. Or even if you get it, as soon as it arrives at your home or dorm, put it in a locker somewhere where you don’t have access every now and then. This serves two purposes. It does help you in building your credit as you would have a card on file. And it still doesn’t put you on the hook because of those tempting purchases you made as you were lured by the available credit. That awesome looking Macbook that your dorm mate bought on credit for a 1000 bucks will eventually cost him way more than that. Just buy what you can afford and pay right then and there out of pocket… not our of credit.View full post
An MP3 is a digital audio file compressed with a standard defined by the Motion Pictures Experts Group (MPEG). MPEG was formed to develop techniques for dealing with digital video; since most video also contains audio, MP3 was developed as an audio extension of that work.View full post
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Internet Explorer lost about 9 percentage points early 2012. It looks like most of it has been grabbed by Safari and Chrome. Safari and Chrome which had about 10 percentage points of visitor’s monitors combined, now enjoy a jump to 22 percentage points. A jump of 12 percentage points – which is quite phenomenal. A look at the infographic suggests that most of this jump came from eating into IE’s market share ! So, is this trouble for IE? Or is this just a misnomer?
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More than three quarters of pregnant women experience mild to severe nausea and vomitings during pregnancy, more commonly during first trimester. In cases of mild nausea some relative simple measures and remedies can help a lot, making being pregnant easier. Although most of these measures don’t have strong medical evidence of reducing nausea, these are strongly supported by many obstetricians, midwives and pregnant women by experience. Read our health and medicine article to learn the remedies.
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