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  • Electronic Cigarette Study
    What do Electronic Cigarette Studies Say?
    Most of us have been smoking up for decades. Some of us started it as a past time, others just for the love of it. However, down the years while our near and dear ones have left us alone, it’s the solace of these eCigarettes that have kept...
  • A caregiver's responsibility to those around them
    A caregiver's responsibility to those around them
    Caregivers have a Creed, did you know that? As caregivers we have not only the opportunity but the responsibility to usher in a resolve for caregiver attitudes to be the best and most compassionate caregiver we can be. Some may think this is a...
  • Breast Cancer Awareness 2014
    Breast Cancer Awareness 2014
    October is breast cancer awareness month, a time to reflect on love one's lost to breast cancer and a time to focus on finding better, more humane treatment options. We must also look focus on finding a cure, which some believe already exists...
  • Angel with flowers
    Mind, body and spiritual upkeep
    Do you ever wonder why we must be conscientious of mind, body and spirit? Is this essential or is it just some new wave mindset?With a little research I was able to locate information on the website, Healing.about.com.It shares, “Well-Being...
  • Missy Elliot
    Missy Elliot is an inspiration for anyone with hyperthyroidism
    Recently, social media was in love and in a frenzy over Missy Elliot’s Instagram post, showing off her svelte figure in a “You Can’t Workout With Us” snapback hat and Nike hoodie.Missy looks stunning in the photo, as she...
  • Physical activity alleviates depression in adults
    Physical activity alleviates depression in adults
    Any good doctor will tell you that regular exercise is imperative to good physical health. For some, it also seems to help stabilize moods. According to a recent study published in JAMA Psychiatry, physical activity is now shown to not only reduce...
  • Some OTC drugs can cause drowsiness, impair driving
    Over-the-counter medications can make you drowsy
    Some over-the-counter (OTC) drugs can make you drowsy and affect your driving or ability to safely operate machinery, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. OTC medicines can have serious side effects, and they should be taken as...
  • Hey kids, pizza don’t be a bully
    Hey kids, pizza don’t be a bully
    October is National Bullying Prevention Month. To support the campaign, zpizza is partnering with local schools nationwide, including Southern California, to launch the Nice zSlice program whereby teachers reward children for exhibiting kindness...
  • World Osteoporosis Day is right around the corner.
    Wearing white expected to raise global awareness for osteoporosis
    There used to be a rule that you couldn't wear white after Labor Day, but that rule is a thing of the past. If you see someone wearing white on Monday, October 20, hopefully it will set off a few bells and whistles: October 20 is World...
  • Women studying
    Status and wealth appear to drive women more than wanting babies
    The topic of what drives women in life is perplexing and fascinating. Science Daily reported on Oct. 17, 2014 women are driven by status and wealth instead of wanting babies according to a new study. This study suggests that women are more driven...
  • The KAMRA corneal inlay could replace reading glasses.
    Will reading glasses become a thing from the past?
    A small ring put in the eye eliminates the need for reading glasses, according to research presented by Dr. John Vuchick at the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. This KAMRAcorneainlay device corrects presbyopia without...
  • Conflicts are more likely between different types of people
    Conflicts are more likely between different types of people
    Most people are more comfortable around people who are similar to themselves. This article will describe some of the differences between people.Some of the reasons that people are different are because they are:Upper class or lower class.White...
  • Cliff and water
    Accepting constructive criticism
    Have you ever been evaluated by another person and found this situation to be difficult? Do you have a hard time accepting constructive criticism? If so, do you believe you are perfect in your approach in life or do you recognize you have room for...
  • A Challenge of Healthy Living
    The Healthy Balance of Friends
    If I could pick one sole quotation that has continued throughout this life's journey, and compelled me (sometimes wincing, sometimes laughing) to glimpse at the way I live, of what I consider to be a healthy life, it is this: "You are the...
  • People with severe mental illness are turning to YouTube for peer support
    People with severe mental illness are turning to YouTube for peer support
    Mentally ill people are turning to social media sites such as YouTube to seek and receive naturally occurring peer support, says a new study by The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. The research was announced on October 17, 2014 and was...