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  • Brown grass and grubs
    Heal your lawn by ridding it of grubs
    Your flowers are in bloom, but your lawn is browning faster than a Thanksgiving turkey. The culprit may only be a few inches underneath your grass, in the form of grubs. Whether you decide to treat them chemically or through natural means, you can...
  • CDC Monitoring of travelers from Ebola-stricken countries begins
    CDC Monitoring of travelers from Ebola-stricken countries begins
    In a late effort to try to stop the spread of the deadly Ebola virus, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) will begin monitoring travelers from specific African areas, known to have Ebola-related deaths. CDC Director, Tom Frieden announced plans...
  • Getting Your Blood Pressure Taken
    Hypertension the Silent Killer
    Hypertension named the silent killer is also known as high blood pressure. What hypertension means is abnormally high blood pressure, and a persons blood pressure is a reading on a blood pressure monitor of the pressure of the blood flowing in...
  • Steak Sandwich
    Paleo Diet Explained
    Paleo diet experts claim the diet will allow you to lead a wholesome, fitter, disease-free life. The theory is that our highly processed, carb-preoccupied eating layout is the perpetrator behind many of our largest health ills, so why not go back ...
  • Garlic
    Garlic planting time
    Garlic has broad spectrum antibiotic properties. You do not have to worry about bacteria becoming resistant to garlic - it can be used over and over again without fear of developing an untreatable organism. It also has antioxidant properties which...
  • Un-Agora-Phobic
    Hal Mathew on 'Un-Agoraphobic'
    Q&A with Hal MathewThis book can be purchased on Amazon.1. What was your prime motivation and inspiration to create your book "Un-Agoraphobic Overcome Anxiety, Panic Attacks, & Agoraphobia for Good?"I wrote "Un-Agoraphobic...
  • cinnamon
    The best health drink of autumn
    Autumn, particularly in northern countries, is a time associated with death. The cold weather and the bare trees and withered plants remind us that winter is on the way. Many traditions throughout Europe include the variations on the idea of ...
  • Chemicals discovered that produce loss of control in alcohol consumption
    Chemicals discovered that cause loss of control in alcohol consumption
    About 10 percent of the people in the world have an alcohol abuse problem. Psychological therapies, groups like Alcoholics Anonymous, and drug therapies have a poor success record. Dr. Dorit Ron of the Department of Neurology at the University of...
  • Corneal inlays may make reading glasses obsolete
    Corneal inlays may make reading glasses obsolete
    Fourteen percent of the people in the world begin to have problems seeing fine print while reading around the age of 40. The most common present solution is a prescription for reading glasses or the purchase of nonprescription magnification...
  • Bone Broth
    How to Make Bone Broth with A Slow Cooker
    I have so many clients, myself included, who suffer with digestive issues and that means you are not assimilating nutrients. Often we become depleted, which leads to more digestive issues, bags under the eyes, joint pain and a weakened immune...
  • Hiking can help people stay fit and healthy.
    3 reasons why hiking is good for you
    Hiking is an immensely popular activity all around the world yet Americans have a special affinity to it since the United States has many forests and, subsequently, excellent trails. Although hiking can be done all year long, it is most popular in...
  • Benefits of walking your dog
    Walk your way to a better dog
    If you need a pushy, won’t-take-no-for-an-answer fitness coach, look no further than the end of your leash. Both you and your dog will reap huge health benefits from walking together. As shown in this infographic provided by PetSafe, 55% of...
  • New method redefines the meaning of vegetative consciousness
    New method redefines the meaning of vegetative consciousness
    Physicians have been perplexed by the inability to determine if a person that is in a “vegetative state” has any true consciousness. A new method of comparative analysis of electroencephalograms developed by Dr. Srivas Chennu and Dr....
  • Ebola
    Airborne Ebola cannot be ruled out
    As Americans are divided between the near-hysterical and the near-unconcerned over the Ebola virus being contracted in the United States, the threat of the disease being transferred by air is an issue that is growing. Like many aspects of the...
  • Billy Long
    Billy Long a no-show at women's voter event
    Billy Long is busy. So busy he blew off a meeting with the League of Women Voters. Candidates Jim Evans and Kevin Craig attended, and engaged in a lively yet civil discussion. Long’s aide said outright that he would not be part of any...