#1 Killer of Women

Heart disease is the number one killer of woman in the United States. According to the American Heart Association, heart disease remains the leading cause of death for men and women alike. Yet, for more than two decades, more women have died from it.

This staggering statistic came about because the healthcare community is more focused on significant relatable diseases like breast and ovarian cancer. Most women present themselves with atypical symptoms; they do not typically suffer from classic, chest-gripping heart attack pains.

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Ivette J. Russo MS in Clinical Psychology

You can be the most motivated, driven individual around, but at one time or another we all lose our focus. If you find that you’re not accomplishing as much as you’d like or that you spend too much time procrastinating, then you might need to improve your focus. A laser beam focus helps you accomplish more in less time, improves your attitude and makes work more enjoyable. Here are some helpful ways to achieve that focused state of mind. See which ones will work in your world.

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Solving a Problem and Making a Decision

Ivette J. Russo MS in Clinical Psychology

I wanted to cover the fear of solving a problem and making a decision individually, because I have come to the realization, that indecision can drain your mental and physical resources. Not knowing what to do or when to do it is one of the most frustrating situations I can think of. Sometimes a person becomes confused about when a decision should be made. The answer is ever so simple! Whenever there is a PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED. If there is no problem to be solved, then no action is necessary. Now, below is an outline you can follow to begin solving some of your problems using sound and logical decision making skills without fear.

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Staying in Control

Ivette J. Russo MS in Clinical Psychology Stress is an emotional response to the demands of life.  It is the pressure we feel to meet a deadline, write a report, keep to a schedule, to expect others to keep their commitments, or to raise caring children in a seemingly hostile world.  It is estimated that

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Health Care Reform and the Abortion Question

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) ensures that all American citizens have access to quality, affordable healthcare and will bring an end to the fraud, waste and abuse of the healthcare insurance industry. It increases eligibility for Medicaid, reduces healthcare differences in low-income minority populations and prevents insurance companies from refusing coverage based

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The Great Mystery of Food


Jason D. Goodrich “The Fitness Dude”

For most people, the battle for optimal health and well being seems to be a never-ending saga of minimal success followed by frustration. True health is something unseen. Unfortunately, in this day and age, we become driven by visual cues. To put it bluntly, we all want to “look” good! Well ladies, you can look and feel great — with a basic understanding of the food you eat and its effect on the body.  Weight training, yoga and cardiovascular training, like other disciplines, are avenues to strengthening and toning our physiques. The real key to overall health is food! Without using too much scientific verbiage, I’m going to try and keep things simple.

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Sexy Reasons to Practice Yoga

The increasing popularity of Yoga in the United States has resulted in the awareness of the hundreds of health benefits regular practice provides. However, how do you choose which option is best with your limited schedule and the many exercise options available to you? By looking at one of the most beneficial and best kept secrets available to you through Yoga – it improves your sex life. That’s right!

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