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 I've got a big tummy. How to reduce it?
i'm a software engineer.Morning i have bread toast or corn flakes.Afternoon i've rice meals.for dinner i've rice meals and go to sleep.I've developed a big tummy.i hardly find ...

 Are laxatives a good way to lose weight quickly?

 I can't put on weight, although i eat 3 meals a day and extras, has anyone got any tricks?

 Why are the Americans so fat?
Now more than half of Americans are obese

How can these people expect anyone to give them any respect when they clearly are lazy and have no self control?

The worst thing is ...

 What is the quickest way to loose 74 pounds within 7 to 8 months?

 Whats the best way to lose weight fast after becoming a mommy?
losing weight??...

 Has anyone tried Adam & Eve diet?
Metabolic diet - balance blood sugar.
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It nothing do with apples and not a FAD diet. It was recommend by natural ...

 How do you lose weight w/o starving yourself???

 What are the good and bad effects of anorexia?

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Just adding this. And i disagree with yoo, i found loads of pro-ana sites. Thanks for the long lists, i have a ...

 Starving Yourself for 8 Days?
If someone starved there self for 8 days, Only One fruit smoothie each day, how much weight would they loose??

Don't have a go at me because im not heading to do it. I would just ...

Antibiotics Raise Asthma Risk for Infants
Children exposed to antibiotics during their first year of life may have increased risk of contracting childhood asthma. Studies found that exposure to one course of antibiotics can double the risk for developing asthma. The risk increases with every course of antibiotics taken. Scientists mentioned that no definite link was established between antibiotics and asthma, but the fact that they found an association between antibiotic use and the subsequent development of asthma is in itself a fairly substantial message. But I don't think it's by any means conclusive. "It appears to be an association, but we need further study," said Carlo Marra, a professor of pharmaceutical sciences at the University of British Columbia and author of the study. About 18 million Americans of all ages have asthma. The study analyzed 7 prior studies conducted between 1999 and 2004. They included more than 12,000 children under 1 year who took antibiotics. More than 1,800 of these went on developing asthma. Analysis of other 5 studies considered 27,000 children out of which 3,400 contracted asthma. Children who received more antibiotics had a higher risk of developing asthma. The studies which considered past medical research indicated an antibiotic-asthma connection, but are sometimes inaccurate because they rely on the parents' recollection. Dr. Glenn Flores, a professor at the Medical College of Wisconsin declared: "There's no known pathological basis that would associate antibiotic use with childhood asthma. Antibiotic use itself could be a marker for a child who has more childhood illnesses in the first place, so it looks like the antibiotics have a link to asthma when [in fact] it's just a correlation with a greater incidence for disease with that particular child."

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