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  • Symptoms And Treatment Of Epilepsy

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    Epilepsy is defined as, a neurological disorder where reoccurring abnormal electrical activity occurs in the brain with several biological side effects; such as, loss of consciousness and convulsions. This chronic disease affects nearly 2 million Americans with more patients being diagnosed yearly. The procedure for diagnoses is done using blood tests, neurological exams, and scans using MRI and CT machines. The cause of these epileptic episodes are unknown, and require constant monitoring by the

  • Three Pseudoscientific Theories That Have Affiliated Evidence

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    topics of The Paleo Diet, Lightning never strikes the same place twice and Zodiac Signs make reference to theory as well as general knowledge gained through personal research whilst providing a plausible adaptation. The Paleo Diet The Paleo diet is a concept that has had an increase in popularity within the last decade. Otherwise known as the Caveman or Stone Age diet, it involves the theory that for humans to live a cleaner and healthier lifestyle, it should be based around a diet that our Palaeolithic

  • Benefits Of Functional Aerobic Exercise

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    CrossFit is a program created to provide a full body workout to prepare the body for everyday activities and the unexpected. CrossFit is constantly varied functional movements performed at a high intensity. Millions of people across the globe participate in this high intensity fitness regimen every day. CrossFit exercises consists of performing many simple movements that make up one complex movement. These movements are based on movements that we perform in our everyday lives. The base of all of

  • Cancer Prevention through Macrobiotics Essay

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    Introduction Traditionally, the American diet has been defined by meat, potatoes, and white bread. As of late, Americans are gaining awareness about the importance of a diet that is more nutritious than meat and potatoes. This is partly due to highly publicized information on foods that claim to be beneficial to our overall health. Articles and news reports let us know about the most current study on diet and how it relates to athletic ability, mental acuity and general well-being. Another area

  • Personal Statement On Health And Fitness

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    Health and fitness has always been a big part of my life even without knowing it, but the transition changed from sport and athletics to the gym and trying to achieve what I thought was expected of me socially. After a year of lagging progress and nearly giving up I decided to give it one more shot I just needed to go after it a different way. I needed to educate myself on the process I was going to undergo to achieve my goals. So I turned to the internet, more specifically Youtube, it became my

  • Dieting Has Become A Major Fad

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    Dieting has become a major fad in our society, and “in 2010, 54% of adults said that they were currently on a diet” (“23”). These people were determined to get rid of the thing that was holding them back. People focus on changing the things that they can see, but if they could see their technology usage they might want to find a way to change what is holding them back even more. As of January 2014, ninety percent of Americans owned a smartphone, and twenty nine percent said they could not imagine

  • Cancer Prevention Through Macrobiotics

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    Macrobiotics 3886 Words 16 Pages Introduction Traditionally, the American diet has been defined by meat, potatoes, and white bread. As of late, Americans are gaining awareness about the importance of a diet that is more nutritious than meat and potatoes. This is partly due to highly publicized information on foods that claim to be beneficial to our overall health. Articles and news reports let us know about the most current study on diet and how it relates to athletic ability, mental acuity and general well-being

  • Coke Zero

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    variation of Coca-Cola. Coke Zero is Coca-Cola's biggest product launch in 22 years, and primarily targets young adult males. In the U.S., advertising has reflected that by describing the drink as "calorie-free" rather than "diet", since that demographic associates diet drinks with women. SWOT Coca-Cola Zero is a sugar-free, zero calories soft drink produced and distributed by The Coca-Cola Company. This product can benefit people who assist in weight lossing and lower the chance having dental

  • Obesity Is Not An Isolated, Personal Matter

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    were not evaluated to test if these dietary recommendations were effective. Instead, they used a method known as Prospective Epidemiology, which is mainly observational studies. They did this by sending out questionnaires to people asking about their diets and lifestyles and did follow up tests for years to determine the health outcome from their lifestyles. This method is highly ineffective for this type of research because it did not account for a lot of other factors that could have had affected the

  • Obesity Is A Significant Health Issue

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    aspects of the lives of many children and their bodied internally as well as externally. There are numerous factors that contribute to the overwhelming rise of obesity. One of the main, if not the main cause for obesity is having a poor unhealthy diet. As result of eating unhealthy for