Archive for October, 2011

Centrelink Satisfaction Survey

Posted by Lloyd on October 27, 2011
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Centrelink is conducting a Satisfaction Survey to get the views of the disability service sector about their working relationship with local Centrelink office/offices. Centrelink wants to ensure that, before the implementation of the Welfare To Work changes in July, local Centrelink offices have in place good working relationships with their local providers who work with customers with disabilities. Continue reading…

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Don’t exercise, eat what you want and still lose 30 pounds in 30 hours. Ask me how! Part 3

Posted by Lloyd on October 25, 2011
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These appear to be the first two studies showing significant weight and fat loss with E+C derived from herbal extracts. One study found very few adverse effects while the other (Metabolife 356) questioned the long-term safety of the No. 1 selling thermogenic product in the country. Continue reading…

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Don’t exercise, eat what you want and still lose 30 pounds in 30 hours. Ask me how! Part 2

Posted by Lloyd on October 25, 2011
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This synergistic drug combo of pure ephedrine + caffeine (E+C), derived from synthetic sources, has been the subject of numerous weight-loss studies. The results are convincing: E+C, when taken in appropriate doses, produces measurable decreases in body weight, body fat, appetite, and may “spare” the loss of calorie-burning muscle tissue, an almost unavoidable consequence of WEIGHT loss achieved through dieting (3,4). Continue reading…

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Don’t exercise, eat what you want and still lose 30 pounds in 30 hours. Ask me how! Part 1

Posted by Lloyd on October 25, 2011
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We Americans are fat, overweight, under-lean, adipose challenged and starving amidst gluttony. Forget the notion of cosmetics, aesthetics and cover girl models: OVER FATNESS means UNDER HEALTHINESS.

Most people don’t see FAT like that. Recent government guidelines produced by the National Institutes of Health (using body mass index [BMI] as a measure of obese-ness) show the percentage of plump Americans is bigger than the percentage of calories we Americans as a whole derive from our diets: 55% vs. 35%. Continue reading…

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Healthy Holiday Eating

Posted by Lloyd on October 19, 2011
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With the holidays rolling in, the weight gain inevitably follows. However, this year it doesn’t have to. By watching what you eat, while still enjoying yourself, you can avoid the weight gain this holiday season. Learn the rules to keep your figure even while surrounded with holiday parties, cookies, and drinks. Continue reading…

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The Stages of Breast Cancer

Posted by Lloyd on October 12, 2011
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Breast cancer develops in stages or degrees. 1 Because treatments are often dependent on the stage of the breast cancer, it is important to understand the progression of the disease. Continue reading…

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My Concern is Staying in Remission…

Posted by Lloyd on October 04, 2011
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I am 54 years old and I was first diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 41 (in 1986). I had a modified radical mastectomy. There was no lymph node involvement and I took 6 rounds of CMF chemotherapy. Two years later I had reconstruction of the breast by tram flap. Continue reading…

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