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  • New survey: only 6% of US hospitals are prepared to receive Ebola patients
    New survey: only 6% of US hospitals are prepared to receive Ebola patients
    Although less than a dozen Ebola cases have occurred in the United States, more could occur in any area visited by a recent traveler from West Africa. In total, there have been nine Ebola patients treated in the US. The most recent victim, 33-year...
  • Live a healthy live
    Emotional and physical abuse
    Are you living in a fantasy world or do you see life in reality? How about in your relationships? Have you ever stayed in a relationship because of the fantasy you wished it to be instead of the reality you are living or have been living? People...
  • Ebola Virus
    How Ebola can make you happy
    Ebola is for real (that's a picture of the virus above). And, yes, it has the potential to be a real threat. There's no doubt about it. People are dying and it could get worse (potentially much worse) before it gets better.And, as with...
  •  Top Male Enhancement Pills 2014
    Top Male Enhancement Pills 2014: VigRX Plus, ProSolution Pills, Extenze
    You will find lots of penis pills available today, so as you may imagine, competitors are fierce. With the amount of men needing an answer that is going to work, supplements are often the fastest answer. Not everybody has time for more...
  • Think Pink Sleep Party in Tadasana Pose
    Don pajamas, snag a selfie and sleep pink for breast cancer in October
    It’s hard to escape the pink during October’s breast cancer awareness month, and that seems to be true for me here Hartford Healthy Living as well. I’m proud to join Estroven and don their pink robe for the Sleep Pink movement,...
  • Cereal it's What's for Breakfast
    Cereal it's What's for Breakfast
    Despite all the different diet fads and rages cereal still is one of America’s favorite breakfast choices. It seems cereal is still in more than 90 percent of U.S. households, and more than 2 billion boxes are sold annually.With that said...
  • Socks That Make a Difference
    Socks That Make a Difference
    Exhale known for awesome body and mind transforming programs once again has created a special pink grip sock to bring awareness and fundraise for the cause, (exhalespa.com).The limited edition socks are selling for $16 at exhale’s nationwide...
  • Tom Menino Boston's longest serving mayor halts chemotherapy
    Tom Menino Boston's longest serving mayor halts chemotherapy
    Thomas Michael Menino (72 in December) is a Massachusetts politician who served as the 53rd Mayor of Boston, Massachusetts from 1993 to 2014. He was the city's longest serving mayor. Before becoming mayor, the Boston native was a member and...
  • October is Family History Month - getting the last word
    October is Family History Month - getting the last word
    October is Family History Month and leads us into a very popular area Genealogy. Do you remember the song ‘Ding Dong the Witch is Dead’ this is not my words but those of (www.stlyrics.com › T › The Wizard Of Oz) sung by...
  • Doctor Quarantined At NYC's Bellevue Hospital After Showing Symptoms Of Ebola
    Ebola in New York City
    New York City announced this afternoon that EMS had transported a patient to Bellevue with a fever and gastrointestinal symptoms. The patient had returned to the city from West Africa within the last 21 days. Within a few hours, tests revealed...
  • Charlotte Skyline
    Plight of Charlotte homeless continues
    While many groups and individuals would prefer to share food with the homeless in various areas of Charlotte, restrictions are in place that will prevent some groups from doing this.Some have stated over the years the problem of the homeless would...
  • Decontamination with chlorine one way to prevent spread of Ebola virus
    Ebola deaths predicted to be in tens of thousands by December
    The Ebola epidemic, which is killing thousands of people in West Africa, is going to get much worse within weeks without significant help from the international community, according to a group of researchers.Seven scientists from Yale's...
  • Minneapolis Holistic Expo
    Healthy living in Minneapolis events: Minneapolis Holistic Expo
    Thinking about living more holistically? Attend the Minneapolis Holistic Expo for information to help you on your way.Dates:November 1-2, 2014Location:Brown Heritage Center - 6155 Earle Brown Drive, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430Parking:Free on-site...
  • Celebrate real food, just food in Connecticut this Food Day week
    Celebrate real food, just food in Connecticut this Food Day week
    Communities all over state—and country—will gather on or around Friday, October 24, for Food Day, an annual celebration to help draw attention to food justice issues, such as access to healthy food and the treatment of farm and food...
  • Review study reports adverse health effects from energy drinks
    Review study reports adverse health effects from energy drinks
    A new review study of the existing evidence suggests that energy drinks may represent a looming public health threat, especially for children and young adults. The investigators reviewed scientific literature that examined adverse effects of...