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Here are the top ten articles for the Public Health Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. The 12 Second Sequence™ -- Book Review
The 12 Second Sequence is a New York Times bestseller that outlines a comprehensive plan for physical fitness and weight loss.
2. Breast Cancer-What's Soy Got To Do With It?
What do we really know about the relationship between soy and breast cancer? Does one exist? Let's get serious about soy and breast cancer research. Women are dying to know.
3. The Gaiam® Covered Resistance Cord Review
Looking for a way to tone your body without leaving your home? The Gaiam® Covered Resistance Cord Workout Kit is the perfect way to tone your whole body from the comfort of your own living room.
4. Turkey Thawing Tips
Do you know to safely thaw you Thanksgiving turkey? Read here to find out the safe ways to thaw your turkey.
5. Understanding BMI
Do you know your BMI? Find out how to calculate your BMI, why its useful, and what its limitations are.
6. Bipolar Disorder -- Record Keeping
Keeping records is very important if you have bipolar disorder. Learn how to document your moods, behavioral factors, and therapy activities to better manage the disorder.
7. Public Health Shop
A collection of book and product reviews related to staying informed and healthy.
8. Reality TV Is Affecting Girls Health
What are our young girls really learning from Reality TV? Is it helping or hurting their health? Find out how Reality TV is really harming girl's physical, mental and emotional health; bullying, eating disorders and aggression.
9. The Importance of Hydration
Are you drinking enough water? Keeping hydrated will help you feel better and may reduce your chances of getting certain cancers.
10. Preventing Self-Injury
Use of self-injury as a coping mechanism has become more prevalent in the last decade, especially among teenagers and young adults. Learn about substitute coping techniques that are healthy.
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