How to inspire your kids

I have come across a great website if you have children and want to give them the best start possible in life.

 If you have ever asked yourself the following questions then this website is definitely worth looking at.

  • How important is your children’s education to you?
  • Have you ever worried about your child’s future?
  • Do you want to give your children the advantages that more wealthy parents can give their children?
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The Wheel Of Life



The Wheel Of Life Director’s Cut Edition On Sale Now

The official launch date of The Wheel Of Life, is scheduled for mid December 2008. However, you can pre-order the Director’s Cut Edition containing additional footage and exclusive extras right now for only AU$29.95 + P&H (a $20 savings off the Recommended Retail Price).

Order now – the price of the Director’s Cut Edition will return to $49.95 after the official launch date in mid December.

Improve memory skills and increase brain power

I recently came across a brand new website that reveals the secret tool you need to have to increase your mental abilities, IQ and mental focus.

 If you have ever wished that you could be smarter without having to study, or seriously want to improve your memory I urge you to check this site out today!

 Never Forget Another Name! Discover How to Easily Improve Your Memory Here!

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How to make Homoeopathic Medicines

How to make Homoeopathic Medicines

Homoeopathic medicine uses very small amounts of natural substances to gently stimulate the body’s own natural defence system.


The founder of modern homoeopathy, Samuel Hahnemann discovered, in the course of his research that progressively diluting the dose of a remedy and “succussing” or shaking it vigorously at each stage of dilution (a process known as potentization) makes the homeopathic remedy more powerful when given in the lowest concentration or highest dilution. The most powerful homeopathic remedies are so diluted that there is little probability of any molecule of the active original substance remaining.

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Meditation helps kids with ADHD

Meditation helps kids with ADHD

Meditation teaches children to be still, in control and to concentrate, says one researcher (Source: iStockphoto)

Meditation helps ADHD. Meditation can help improve symptoms in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), an international psychiatry conference heard this week.

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Hints on Travelling with asthma

During holiday time traveling need not be a problem for people with asthma if they are prepared. The following steps can be taken to ensure your asthma management is kept under control while you are away from home.

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How Women Can Overcome Migraine?

Author: kevin

 05th November 2008

Migraine is a one-sided, throbbing, or pulsating intense headache commonly associated with nausea, vomiting and a dislike of light and sound. Fluctuation in the level of estrogen hormone is the prime factor for migraines in women. During the time of menstruation, when there is hormonal fluctuation, women typically get migraines. Many women find that their migraine gets worse as they approach the menopause.

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What is ADHD?

Hyperactivity is an increasing problem in modern society and “attention deficit hyperactivity disorder” – commonly labeled ADHD “and attention deficit disorder” – commonly labeled ADD is one of the fastest growing conditions among children in Western countries today. It is also sometimes labeled hyperactivity disorder.

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Relax so they can be strong

Relax so they can be strong

Article from: Herald Sun

Kamahl Cogdon

May 19, 2008 12:00am

STRESSED mothers-to-be could be condemning their children to a life of asthma and allergies, new research has found.

Scientists believe a mother’s stress during pregnancy over issues like finances and relationships can affect a baby’s immune system development, making them more sensitive to asthma and allergy triggers.

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Food Allergies Increasing in US Kids

Food Allergies Increasing in US Kids, Study Says

Federal study finds 1 in 26 kids have food allergies, a significant jump in the last 10 years

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Food allergies in American children seem to be on the rise, now affecting about 3 million kids, according to the first federal study of the problem.

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This graphic shows reported percentage of children who have had a food allergy in the past year, according to a new study.


Experts said that might be because parents are more aware and quicker to have their kids checked out by a doctor.

About 1 in 26 children had food allergies last year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Wednesday. That’s up from 1 in 30 kids in 1997.

The 18 percent increase is significant enough to be considered more than a statistical blip, said Amy Branum of the CDC, the study’s lead author.

Nobody knows for sure what’s driving the increase. A doubling in peanut allergies — noted in earlier studies — is one factor, some experts said. Also, children seems to be taking longer to outgrow milk and egg allergies than they did in decades past.

The Allergic Fight For Safer RestaurantsBut also figuring into the equation are parents and doctors who are more likely to consider food as the trigger for symptoms like vomiting, skin rashes and breathing problems.

“A couple of decades ago, it was not uncommon to have kids sick all the time and we just said ‘They have a weak stomach’ or ‘They’re sickly,'” said Anne Munoz-Furlong, chief executive of the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network, a Virginia-based advocacy organization.

Parents today are quicker to take their kids to specialists to check out the possibility of food allergies, said Munoz-Furlong, who founded the nonprofit in 1991.

The CDC results came from an in-person, door-to-door survey in 2007 of the households of 9,500 U.S. children under age 18.

When asked if a child in the house had any kind of food allergy in the previous 12 months, about 4 percent said yes. The parents were not asked if a doctor had made the diagnosis, and no medical records were checked. Some parents may not know the difference between immune system-based food allergies and digestive disorders like lactose intolerance, so it’s possible the study’s findings are a bit off, Branum said.