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  • Food in New Jersey
    Food events in New Jersey for April 2015
    1.April 02, 08, 10, Kids can cook too eventTime: 10 am - 2:30 pmLocation: Congress Hall, 251 Beach Ave, Cape May, NJLet your kids learn some lifetime lessons during the spring break. Bring your little chefs to roll out some fun and learn how to...
  • Dr. S. R. Bursynski, MD, PhD
    Alert! Cancer patients! Read all about Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski!
    About 15 years ago my mother died of multiple myeloma at 81, my mother referred to the disease as bone cancer or blood cancer; I couldn't find a valued link but here is blood cancer link to investigate how the categories are derived as the...
  • Yasso Greek yogurt
    Yasso introduces two new flavors and the first ever frozen yogurt candy bar
    Are you always looking for a yummy dessert that are good for you and not go straight to your belly and hips? Look no further than Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt and their all new flavors and frozen desserts that are for the first time ever frozen Greek...
  • planebalance
    Tdot Travel: Why We Fiend for Freedom
    We as a modern mega city, a mundanely pressured society are all beyond due for a great escape. Escapes come in various forks and process-in hobbies and as vices- yet one thing reigns true amongst us all- the urge to travel. From the beginning of...
  • 3-D image of a human ear
    Imaging technology advancements in medicine 21st century
    We all know about x-rays, although they were accurate for bone fractures in the early days of medicine, where uses included viewing items that were swallowed or left in a patient, or to locate bullets, as in construction injuries where an item is...
  • Are Smartphones Making Us Lazy?
    Are Smartphones Making Us Lazy?
    My guess would be that everyone you know owns a cell phone. And I mean everyone.Most of us cannot envision our lives without this electronic gadget…Our smartphones help us quickly find phone numbersIt connects us with kids and family and...
  • Fruit and vegetable pesticides may cause male infertility
    Fruit and vegetable pesticides slash sperm count in half
    Many factors can affect male and female fertility, any one of which may result in lack of conception. Now, a new study has reported that pesticide residues on fruits and vegetables may decrease a man’s sperm count by almost 50%. The findings...
  • The Narcissist "The Devil's In The Details" (3) By Dr. Michael Brooks
    The Narcissist "The Devil's In The Details" (3) By Dr. Michael Brooks
    The Narcissist “The Devil’s In The Details.”3 By Dr. Michael BrooksOK, I have a good idea on what to expect from a narcissist but how do you interact (communicate) with them? I find myself wanting to go toe to toe with them and...
  • National Reading Month
    Tips from expert Kelly Johnson to make every month National Reading Month
    March may have been National Reading Month, but it shouldn't be the only time of the year to put importance on reading. Not to sound cliché, but reading is fundamental and without it, a child’s social and economic future can be adversely...
  • Researchers question the use of antidepressant drugs to treat anxiety disorders
    Researchers question the use of antidepressant drugs to treat anxiety disorders
    Researchers from Oregon State University (OSU) and the University of Groningen in The Netherlands say that publication bias and “spin” raises questions about the effectiveness of second-generation antidepressant drugs as a treatment...
  • Why Stretch Marks Itch and Burn?
    Why Stretch Marks Itch and Burn?
    IntroductionStretch marks do itch and burn. It is a reality that can be irritating in every way. However, there are ways to relieve the itching and burning, and these way are very effective in what they can do for this key symptoms of stretch...
  • Gluten containing products you may not suspect
    Gluten containing products you may not suspect
    Many foods, including grains and starches, can be part of a gluten-free diet. It's important however to make sure that they are not processed or mixed with gluten-containing grains, or additives or preservatives made with gluten containing...
  • A brain-controlled wheelchair uses a neuroprosthetic device to intellegently perform tasks
    Brain-controlled prosthetics can help people with spinal cord injuries move
    Scientists from the Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS) are developing neuroprosethetic devices that can decode brain signals, discern the actions the bodies want to take, and use advanced robots to function as a spinal cord. The project was...
  • Nature yoga
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    Have you tried meditation yet? Oprah and Deepak are offering another free 21-day guided meditation series called, Manifesting True Success and it isn’t too late to experience a week or so of this series. Recently, while I was listening to...
  • UCLA study determines who benefits from electroconvulsive therapy
    UCLA study determines who benefits from electroconvulsive therapy
    Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT; shock treatment) is a standard psychiatric treatment in which seizures are electrically induced in patients to provide relief from psychiatric illnesses. It is often used to treat individuals suffering from severe...