Mens Health

advertisement Illinois apparently doesn’t have a lack of attractive politicians. In fact, Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-11) was recently voted one of the 50 most beautiful people by The Hill, which called him the "Tom Cruise of Congress." Kinzinger, 33 of Manteno, Ill., served in the U.S. Air Force after the Sept. 11 attacks and served
By now most gamers know that the vast majority of licensed games suck. this tends to be especially true for two categories: games based on movies, and games based on anime. You can just scroll through our archive and see many a negative review for games based on Naruto, Dragon Ball Z, Gundam, Zatch Bell!,
Published in July 2011 Issue Turkey and tomato on wheat. Whole-grain pasta. Healthy, right? Maybe. but more and more people believe these foods are parts of a potentially disastrous trap. They claim that sluggishness and weight gain can be blamed on an insidious substance hiding in wheat and many other common grains: gluten. Avoiding gluten
July 30, 2011 2:00 AM Please send Portsmouth area community calendar items to n Portsmouth Needlework Sampler Gallery Talk: 11 a.m., Saturday, July 30 at John Paul Jones House, 43 Middle St., Portsmouth. Contact: Sandra Rux 436-8420 or . n View of the Seacoast: Iris Woodworth-Watson presents “Through Iris’ Eye” on display through September.
personally(as a panthers fan) i like the panthers in this situation. marvin is hurt. but jake is hurt also. and since our retared coach signed no other than vinny (i dont hate the guy, but i dont think ppl over 40 shouldnt risk their health).our team is 2-0 vs manning, but were 0-2 at home.
The Federal Government has been advised to focus on the Community Based Social Health Insurance (CB-SHIP) as the structural framework for taking the primary health care programme to the people at the grassroots level. Premier Medicaid International (PMI), a frontline Health Maintenance Organisation (HMO) under the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), gave this advice at
If you beat cancer when you were a kid, you’re not out of the danger zone yet. Childhood cancer survivors older than 40 have a higher risk of developing new cancers, according to a new study published in this week’s Journal of the American Medical Association. The study looked at nearly 18,000 British children diagnosed