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The Ring of Women's Health

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A ring for healthy women. Be fit, be active, exercise and love your body! Don't fall into obesity and laziness as so many Americans are doing so these days. Get off the couch and get active! - - - - - Websites in this ring DON'T have to be about health issues. This is a general women's webring, but at the same time we want to encourage people to maintain healthy lifestyles or if you're not healthy, strive harder to BECOME healthy. - - - - - 64% of adult American females are overweight! 36% are obese! 42% of teenage females in American are overweight or obese! Get off you ass America! Get outside and get active! - - - - Please also submit sites about AIDS/HIV, pregnancy, STDS, breast/lymph node cancer, anti-perspirants and tampons cause cancer and should have warning signs on them and anything else about female health in women and young women.
 

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Sleeping Positions and how the Effect your Health - 09/24/2013
A good night's sleep effects your health in many ways, and likewise different sleeping positions also effect your health - sometimes in adverse ways you didn't know about. Below we will explore 9 sleeping positions and how they effect your health. 1. On Your Back, Arms at Sides Good for the back and neck. Back sleepers tend to snore more and sleep apnea is more common. 2. On Your Back, Arms Up (the Starfish Position) Good for the back and neck. Prevents facial wrinkles and skin breakouts. May result in snoring and problems with acid reflux. May put pressure on nerves in your shoulders, leading to pain. 3. Face Down Good for digestion. Difficulty breathing through your pillow. May cause neck pain and back pain. 4. Fetal Position May cause problems for your back and neck. Restricts deep breathing in the chest. Good position for problem snorers or pregnant women. 5. On Side, Arms at Sides Okay for back and neck, also reduces sleep apnea. May cause facial wrinkles and sagging breasts. 6. On Side, Arms Out Okay for back and neck, also reduces sleep apnea. Shoulder and arm pain due to restricted blood flow and pressure on the nerves. 7. On the Right Side May cause heartburn while you are sleeping. Better for pregnant women, improves circulation to the fetus. 8. On the Left Side Puts more strain on your liver, lungs, and stomach (while minimizing acid reflux). This in turn will make you hungrier in the morning. 9. Pillow-Supplemented Regardless of which sleeping position you prefer...

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