Time for another Healthbolt Carnival.
You know the drill – grab a coffee, get comfortable, and start clicking. There’s plenty of reading to be done, starting with…
Steve M from Weight Loss Weapons who looks at Weight Loss Scam Sites, saying, “Before being lured by an appealing weight loss success story check the weight loss scam list. Odds are good that they site is a fake.”
Sarah Scrafford from Massage Therapy Careers looks at how you can educate yourself for free with these 50+ Open Courseware Classes on Fitness and Nutrition.
Did you know that one of the most overlooked areas of dust mite infestation is in stuffed animals? Find out more at Your Childs Hidden Threat Dust Mites and Stuffed Animals.
Brain Blogger writes about Recent Drug Warnings About Suicide, saying, “During the holiday season, I was reminded of the old myth that suicide rates increase over the holidays. This medical myth has been debunked numerous times and it was one of the topics covered in a recent BMJ story about medical myths.”
And Bill Urell from Addiction Treatment Challenges asks Prescription Drugs: Are You Addicted to Your Medicine Cabinet?. Did you know that health professionals believe that the most challenging drug addiction is with prescription drugs.
Kara-Leah from Prana Flow NZ offers more yoga information with Committing to a Forty Day Sadhana of Sodarshan Chakra Kriya, saying, “In yoga, the commitment to a specific daily practice is sometimes called â€śsadhanaâ€ť – or spiritual practice. As my only New Year’s resolution was to Do More Yoga, I’ve decided to add a forty day sadhana to my regular practice – Sodarshan Chakra Kriya.”
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Peter Garant from Humidifier Reviews reviews the Holmes Humidifier, saying, “There are times that you feel that it’s quite difficult to breathe inside your home. This is because there is a low level of humidity. Humidity is very important in the house since it can help solve the dry air that is the main cause of irritated throat.”
Tony Huynh from LimitlessUnits.com reviews Tao of Jeet Kune Do – The Art of Street Fighting, saying, “Bruce Leeâ€™s Tao of Jeet Kune Do is as revolutionary and influential a work to the study of hand-to-hand combat as Sun Tsuâ€™s Art of War is to warfare. Just as the Art of War was encompassing with its detailed analysis of troop movements, supply lines, terrain and troop morale, the Tao of Jeet Kune Do exhaustively explores all that goes into a fist fight, covering cardiovascular conditioning workouts, weights, proper stances, movement, mechanics of the punch and kick, parries, ripostes, feints and cadence.”
And Love Lust and Life suggests that we focus on Mindful Eating, saying, “So many times we sit down to eat without any presence of mind. It leads of to overeat while never feeling satisfied. Mindful eating is taking time to enjoy your food and yourself. Read this post and learn the basics of mindful eating.”
And that’s it for this edition of the Healthbolt Carnival.
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