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  • ebola
    Maine nurse breaks ebola quarantine orders, goes for a bike ride
    A Maine nurse back from a health mission in Sierra Leone has defied her state’s volunteer quarantine orders and went for a bike ride with her boyfriend Thursday morning, several sources said.Followed by a police cruiser, Doctors Without...
  • Marijuana
    Legal marijuana is on the ballot in three more states
    Marijuana legalization could see expansion after the election next Tuesday. Alaska and Oregon are looking at fully legalizing the plant in a manner similar to what we’ve seen in Colorado and Washington. Additionally, Florida is looking at...
  • A visit with the founder and executive director of The Dunes
    Healing help: Aid and comfort is in The Dunes of East Hampton
    Not everyone has a problem with addiction to drugs, alcohol or another life disturbing disorder that may lead to death, but not one person can say that they have not had some sort of compulsion or health issue during their lifetime. The hustle and...
  • Kristin Cavallari: Struggles as a mom, celebrity health and weight loss talk
    Kristin Cavallari: Star talks health and weight loss, mom challenges with baby
    Kristin Cavallari is looking slimmer and more attractive than ever, and she recently shared some of her opinions regarding maintaining good health and her stunning weight loss in recent months. The past reality star opened up on the challenges she...
  • supplement question
    The language of marketing cures
    Stores are full of various products that are meant to improve our lives. It can be difficult to evaluate which products and supplements are useful and which ones are hype. For medical providers it is often difficult to evaluate what products are...
  • Obamacare: 5 steps to staying covered
    Obamacare: 5 steps to staying covered
    If you currently have health insurance through the Marketplace, also known as the Exchange, you may be wondering what to do, if anything, to stay covered for next year. Stay informed with the following update from the Centers for Medicare &...
  • Easy homemade cranberry sauce
    Easy cranberry sauce: Easy recipe with variations
    Cranberry sauce is a must have addition to any turkey meal. While cranberry sauce has its fans, many that dislike the side dish have only tasted it from a can. And that’s a shame because there is a world of difference from that gel that...
  • HIV test
    Major monoclonal antibody drug trial for HIV patients underway
    Treatment is a life-long commitment for people afflicted with HIV. Once treatment has commenced, patients should continue taking their meds as strictly advised. It sounds simple enough, but it’s easier said than done.The standard treatment...
  • Beautiful Organic Herb Garden
    Trust Mother Nature for healing and good health
    I highly recommend a wonderful movie which inspired my important decision to enjoy a healthy, organic, holistic, back-to-nature lifestyle. The Road to Wellville is about holistic health pioneer and visionary, Harvey Kellogg, who founded the Battle...
  • Sobering facts about the health of the homeless
    Sobering facts about health of the homeless
    Most Americans probably already assume that the homeless do not experience the same overall good health enjoyed by most of the rest of society, but they probably don’t know just how bad it really is. Time for a reality check. It’s...
  • Salato
    Running the Wild Trail Run
    Salato wildlife center events for NovemberRunning the wild trail runSalato Wildlife Center is one of the most beautiful places in the Bluegrass. There are walking trails galore as well as a pond for fishing and wildlife to observe. There are also...
  • Tax Deduction for Health Insurance
    When to claim a tax deduction for health insurance
    June 28th is National Insurance Awareness Day, which provides Americans with a notice that they need to review their insurance coverage to make sure that it is meeting their requirements. This is true when it comes to health insurance because you...
  • Every dog can with trauma
    Oxytocin, trauma, PTSD, and healing: hug a dog today
    In the article “Ebola and the dog, to kill or not to kill,” it was mentioned that if a dog owned by an Ebola patient is killed, then the patient may not be able to benefit from healing hormones like Oxytocin that they receive when in...
  • Herb infused oil
    Making herb infused oil from fresh garden herbs
    Herb infused oils add flavor to veggies and meats and can be used to create sauces and marinates, but the best part is they are simple to make. By starting with quality oil and a handful of fresh herbs you can create a signature flavor for all...
  • Dr. Craig Spencer article
    Ebola virus heads north; first case diagnosed in New York City
    Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio are urging their constituents not to work themselves into a frenzy after it was confirmed yesterday that the Ebola virus has touched down in his state, to be exact, in Harlem. Dr. Craig Spencer, 33, is...