29th May 2014, Fort Worth, Texas - Ophthalmology Associates is proud to announce that Katie N. Finnerty, M.D. will be joining the medical team as the new doctor of Ophthalmic Specialty in August, 2014.
Dr. Finnerty specializes in Oculoplastics , Orbital Surgery and Neuro-ophthalmology.
Today I will be sharing a recipe from the food network. Salmon is nutrient dense providing protein and omega-3 fatty acids that will help with muscle/tissue growth, a healthy heart, and brain function. This recipe is great for lunch or dinner, so fire up your grill and enjoy this delicious meal.
Never let fear guide your actions. What we are afraid of, we tend to manifest. Be brave, take risks, be confident. Never let the "what ifs" stop you. The only way to accomplish your goals is to commit, give 110% and know that you will get there. Break this negative pattern, take responsability and live the life you always wanted.
Everyone dreams of getting the perfect six pack – defined stomach muscles, lean and mean. It’s not an impossible dream, either. Follow the right steps and anyone can trim the chunk from their trunk. Check out this infographic guide from Newitts.com and start seeing real results!
Many health experts agree that dehydration is one of the underlying causes of most illnesses. The human body is, on average, about 75% water.Liver 90% Kidney 83% Spleen 76%Brain 85% Heart 79% Intestine 75%Cells 85% Lungs 79% Skin 72%Blood 83% Muscle 76% Bone 35%
What is Wellbeing?While academic debate continues about precisely how ‘well-being’ should be defined, for our purposes it is not essential to address all of its finer points. All of the elements cited above play a role in ensuring that people feel their lives are going well, although their importance may vary as circumstances change.
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Studies show that muscle building can reduce the risk of insulin resistance. A recent study, accepted for publication in the Endocrine Society's Journal of the Organization of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism (JCEM), that the more muscle mass the total of the individual, the greater the risk of insulin resistance when the person is less, it is primary indicator for diabetes type 2 and with the recent dramatic increase in worldwide obesity rates, is expected to accelerate the spread of diabetes, and the main factors for heart disease and blood vessels.