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Memory: Breaks down into storage and retrieval processes involving the left temporal lobe: factual didactic (semantic) memory, right temporal autobiographical (episodic) memory, frontal systems dependent working memory, implicit visual and auditory memory and procedural memory. Its probably a bit more complicated than this. I'd need about 5 pages to cover the topic of basic types of memory. ...Read more
Largely unknown: For this answer, you'll need a treatise on the arcana of the physical chemistry of nucleic acids. It's not something the healthtap team has time to think about often in the hurly-burly of clinical medicine, but we are aware that today's medicine depends on the discoveries of the molecular geneticists. Try a graduate level textbook of genomics. ...Read more
Here's the link to the thorne page where you can find a list of ingredients: http://www. Thorne. Com/products/womens-health/prd~vmp. Jsp
i suggest you call the company (800-228-1966) if you have specific questions. ...Read more
Yes, liver support:
LIv 52 is a herbal formula that supports liver function. It's been used since 1955 and has been the subject of 250 research studies, a huge number for a herbal medicine. It is proven to help Hep A but appears to help other types of hepatitis, cirrhosis, fatty liver disease and protects the liver from alcohol and other toxins. It is very safe. See
http://www. Liv52.com/liv-52-range/the-liv-52-story/ ...Read more
If extreme yes: Can strain ligaments, tendons and pop a disc in your back if do extreme contortions, be carefull, balance and moderation is key, ...Read more
Learn a new habit:
The best proven way for success is to teach your body/brain a new habit. Habits take about 3 weeks to fully develop but once developed, will tend to last. Pick a trigger - like lacing up your favorite pair of sneakers and go exercise immediately. Eventually your brain will link those activities together, it's like when you get into your car, you automatically buckle in without thinking ...Read more
Make realistic plan: I work all day, take care of 3 kids, run a house. I have a recumbant bike next to my computer. Alarm goes off, I hit snooze, pour coffee, alarm goes off, hit snooze, drink cofee, third time im up, on bike, checking email, moving fast 15 min. At the end, im awake and ready for the day. I never miss the sleep im convinced I might be missing. Its programmed and it works! ...Read more
Maybe nothing!: Sexual interest varies in both sexes and is not only hormonal, but affected by work, the dynamics of a relationship. Both many women and men have lower libidos, and nothing is wrong. It is their natural sexual tempermant! ...Read more
Common sense: This food group stuff is mostly politics. At one time, there were seven essential food groups and one was butter. Get enough protein, avoid very salty greasy and sugary stuff and whatever special individual needs you have. I think Bush got it right in recommending that people exercise hard and just eat sensibly as they wish. ...Read more
Maybe not.: I exercise almost daily-without issues. However, I only exercise heavily 3 times per week. So it is not how frequent you exercise or how long, but how intense. Intense exercise requires some relative rest in between, to you allow tissue and muscle to heal from any micro-trauma! ...Read more
How do pediatricains demonstrate and apply the basic principles of wellnedd and disease preventiong?
I am planning on attending basic training for the army after I have my baby. How long should I wait?
Is it normal for my weight to fluctuate about 2-3 pounds on a daily basis since I work out almost every day?
Yes: Most is water weight based on your input and output. Even the time of day can cause your weight to fluctuate - you are heavier in the afternoon/evening. ...Read more