When you're living with bulimia, you're putting your body—and even your life—at risk. The most life-threatening side effect of bulimia is dehydration due to purging.
Throwing up,... More > laxatives, and diuretics may cause electrolyte imbalances in the body, most generally in the form of low potassium levels. Low potassium levels trigger a wide range of symptoms ranging from lethargy and cloudy thinking to atypical heartbeat and death. Chronically low levels of potassium may also result in kidney failure.< Less
Whether you want to learn how to tend bar for fun in your home or professionally as an employee, or even owner, of a bar, remember that you are your best salesperson.
When you know what you’re... More > doing, you will be the expert and people will be coming to YOU for advice, drinks, and so much more!< Less
Congratulations on your pregnancy! Of course, the first thing that’s on your mind is staying healthy throughout your pregnancy. Part of staying healthy is ensuring you have a pregnancy diet... More > plan that works.
There are a number of reasons why moms who are expecting need to understand healthy nutrition but the most important is because of the impact what you eat has on your baby. A healthy diet is good for both you and your baby.< Less
Why should you keep going or why should you stop? There is no evidence that
there is any harm to a child that is breastfed longer. There are many benefits to
breastfeeding longer, though. You will... More > find that the child is getting the nutrition
they need. You will also see that even if you breastfeed your child just one time a
day there is a benefit in this. Culturally people in the United States have put a black
mark on the process of breastfeeding past a few months but this does not have to
be the case.< Less
If you enjoy writing there’s plenty of money to be made as a ghostwriter. Just be warned though – it is hard work and it’s not for everyone. If you don’t do the work, you... More > won’t get paid. It’s as simple as that.< Less
You can purchase roses anywhere. They are available at
flower shops, grocery stores and even convenience stores, but they are even better when they come directly from your own flower garden. There... More > are various types of roses and each
has its own special characteristics. All roses require the same type of care and that is what you will learn throughout this eBook. This book is a comprehensive
guide to planting and caring for your roses, as well as tips on arranging, drying and giving roses as gifts.< Less