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Steps add up to weight loss, increased energy
If you'd like to take up walking, but can't find the extra time to do it, here's a plan that's just right for you. The America on the Move (AOM) program from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center proves you can lose weight and increase your energy. To do it, add about 2,000 steps ... Read On
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Speaking of Safety
Prevent heat exhaustion The National Safety Council recommends that people who are working outside in hot weather, or in non-air-conditioned environments, should put a wet scarf around their necks. As the moisture evaporates, the body stays cooler. Drinking enough water is very important. ... Read On
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Know the ABCs of CPR
If you've never taken a course in cardiopulmonary resuscitation, these simple instructions could help you save a life. If you have taken a CPR course, checking this American Heart Association's procedure will serve as a review of what you learned. A: Airway. If the person is not responsive, ... Read On
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Bike commuting is dirt cheap and healthy
If you live in a city, you are probably driving to work and paying to park once you get there. One driver in Seattle pays $220 a month to park in the city. Even if you don't have big parking costs, it would be nice to save on auto expenses, wouldn't it? More than 500,000 Americans think ... Read On
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What to do with a hunch or 'sixth sense'
Sometimes people have a flash of knowledge that seems to come out of the blue. Whether you call it intuition, a hunch or a "sixth sense," psychologists think they may have a fix on such insights and how to use them. A hunch is the ability to reach conclusions with limited information, say ... Read On
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When to fix a hernia; when to wait
Hernia repair is one of the most common surgical procedures in the U.S. But if a person is not very active and the hernia has been present for a long time, it could stay as it is and not cause any problems. Many things can cause a hernia, which is a break in the abdominal wall with a segment ... Read On
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Digital cameras: Searching high and low for the right one
A new credit-card sized digital camera from Logitech is small enough to put in a shirt pocket but powerful enough to snap photos indoors and at night. The Pocket Digital 130 sports a strobe flash for indoor and night shots and a slim stainless steel body with a sliding cover to protect the ... Read On
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Dangerous ATVs
In 2002, the latest year for which figures are available, manufacturers sold 825,000 all terrain vehicles (ATVs). That was more than the number of small pickup trucks sold. Manufacturers such as Kawaski Motors, Honda, Arctic Cat, Polaris, and Yamaha say they previously promoted snowmobiles, but ... Read On
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Identity thieves ruin lives: Protect yourself
Last year 10 million Americans were victims of the fastest-growing crime in the country. The number of identity thefts has been doubling every year since 2000. Sometimes people don't know what happened until they find big charges they didn't make on credit cards, begin getting calls from debt ... Read On
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Podcasting: Cast a small hook into a big pond
Shy? Self-esteem too low to blog? Why should that stop you from being a star? Now there is podcasting and right now it is the road to small-time stardom. But it has huge potential. Podcasters make recordings, little radio shows mostly, for their handful of listeners to download and play on ... Read On
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News from Home
Smoke can lower kids' IQs The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey shows that exposure to secondhand smoke reduces children's scores on math, reading, and spatial skills tests by two to five IQ points. The study was the largest and most scientific of its kind. For the first time, ... Read On
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How to survive working with a jerk
Have you stepped on other people or rudely ignored those who can't help you advance? If you said yes, you probably aren't the biggest jerk around. Quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Gloria Elliot is a consultant who helps companies deal with obnoxious employees through her "Jerk Training" ... Read On
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