Your Questions About Health And Fitness Articles

Helen asks…

Hi, i am starting a Health and Fitness website – Would anybody be interested in trading links?

My site contains
– Nutrition and Exercise articles

dknol answers:

I deleted my site so i would but i cant any more

Donald asks…

Calling all health experts!: Is Yahoo right here?

check out this link and tell if this is accurate, so I know if I can follow this

http://health.yahoo.net/articles/fitness/photos/10-flat-belly-tricks#10

I'm not overweight, I just wanna be able to sit down with no flab sticking out.

dknol answers:

Better you than me.

David asks…

Men's Fitness or Men's Health?

which magazine is better for me? I want one with not as much exercises and more about health and interesting articles?

dknol answers:

Mens health is awesome. Has good tips in the bed as well as all guy questions and answers.

Jenny asks…

Women judge men by wealth and status?

Well theres like 2 researches i seen which say women judge men by their wealth and status, (from this article: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/motoring/5042640/Women-more-attracted-to-men-in-expensive-cars.html)

and they judge how commited they are and faithfulness and health/fitness
this article:
(http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Healthday/story?id=4508570&page=1)

And all men judge is beauty. Why is it taht women are so materialistic when choosing a partner, i just cant seem to get over the fact that you basically women just want rich men even though they deny it. Does this mean that nearly all women are born to be gold diggers? Me and my gf read these articles and she said “they probably did the test with a bunch of gold diggers” lol
I know that women want sense of security from men i accept that, and commitment, and they also judge facial features (they can tell by the type of facial features if he is going to be commited, more femine faces are preffered by average women and the hot/masculine ones are preffered by the hot women as i seen in some research articles.
i know i didnt say all women are like this, all im saying is that why are these research's showing similar results. BUT when you look at relationship articles written by real relationship doctors they say that women like this and that and money usually isnt the first thing they want.

so i guess its just the research?

dknol answers:

I'm not a gold digger and I don't judge men on status or wealth, although I don't want to support a man financially either, he needs to be able to support himself. I judge a man on their content, character and heart and of course looks are important as well.

Sharon asks…

Do you think Oprah promotes unsafe health practices?

Oprah Winfrey thinks her viewers are smarter than Newsweek magazine's most recent cover story implies.

The talk show queen responded to the magazine's article that condemned the medical advice given by some of her guests, according to Us. Winfrey said she's not endorsing any method, but rather putting out information for her viewership to consider.

“For 23 years, my show has presented thousands of topics that reflect the human experience, including doctors' medical advice and personal health stories that have prompted conversations between our audience members and their health care providers,” Winfrey said in a statement. “I trust the viewers, and I know that they are smart and discerning enough to seek out medical opinions to determine what may be best for them.”

The article — which sports the headline “Crazy Talk: Oprah, Wacky Cures & You” on the cover — takes Winfrey to task for offering medical tips on her show that the magazine suggests are ineffective and possibly dangerous. While the article praises Winfrey's health and fitness experts Dr. Mehmet Oz and trainer Bob Green, it's particularly critical of such celebrity guests as Suzanne Somers and Jenny McCarthy, who advocated taking 60 daily supplements and avoiding vaccinations out of fear that they cause autism, respectively. The article suggests that Winfrey fails to challenge these guests and their ideas on her show.

Do you think Oprah promotes unsafe health practices?

dknol answers:

A personis allowed to promote anything they like. Some of oprah's promotions are indeed, helathy, and others, not so much.

My biggest concern is when she went out and gave “medical advice” when she was not in any way qualified to do so. That could be a legal problem.

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