Where Do Our Dreams Come From?

 August 6, 2019

According to Stephanie Pappas, Live Science contributor, our dreams may come from two genes. A new study in mice found that these dream genes are essential for our phase of slumber that brings people some bizarro-world visions of taking high school math tests naked, losing teeth and soaring through the air. Without the genes that […]

What Is CBD Oil?

 August 5, 2019

It seems that everywhere you go someone is talking about CBD oil. My dog Lucy, got really sick last February and everyone told me about how wonderful it would be for her. It is now easy to get because it is being sold on every corner. It seems like people want this to be the […]

Supplements Tainted with Rx Drugs

 August 4, 2019

Most of us want to go with as natural supplements as possible. That desire can become a problem when you buy at a health food store or off the internet. According to an article written by Rachael Rettner, senior writer with Live Science, the FDA has found hundreds of supplement brands that are trained with […]

Magic or Medicine?

 August 1, 2019

I recently came across an article written by David Irving, an adjunct professor at the University of Technology in Sydney. The article “The Conversation” was published in Live Science’s Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights.  In the essay David Irving and Allison Gould explored our cultural obsession with young blood and if there is any scientific […]

Low-Calorie Drinks To Reduce Bowel Cancer Recurrence?

 July 31, 2019

I enjoy researching and trying to find anything in the world that possibly may help our cancer patients at New Hope Unlimited. Sometimes I come across an article or study that really impresses me and sometimes there is one that I absolutely don’t believe. I am reporting on this article but I do not believe […]

World Lung Cancer Day

 July 29, 2019

“The ability to breathe is a gift. Wake up grateful each day for that gift.” – Johnny Lung August 1, 2019 has been chosen to be the World Lung Cancer Day. First of all, let me say to all those who are burdened with this diagnosis, I do understand what you are going through. You […]

Ceramic Vs. Stainless Steel

 July 29, 2019

We see a lot of advertisements for ceramic knives lately. I have always loved stainless steel l and like most people when in the kitchen, we have a favorite knife to use. What is the best knife to use, ceramic or stainless steel?  There are many choices out there but which is the best?  The […]

British Study on Women’s Measurements

 July 28, 2019

I have decided that there is not a chance on earth that I will ever look like a Barbie doll or have the body of a mannequin. Oh well, I am deciding that I must just embrace it and love myself for who I am. Another thing, it is amazing how much money is spent […]

Marmite For Brain Function

 July 27, 2019

Here is yet another interesting article by Honor whiteman telling us how to boost our brain function. In the U.S. Marmite is far from one of the most popular foods and many Americans are unlikely to have heard of it.  It has been suggested by a new study that when it comes to boosting brain […]

Loneliness Can Affect Anyone

 July 26, 2019

One of my favorite quotes is by Mother Teresa. It says, “Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier.” We never know what someone is going through. It can become easy for someone to be lonely even when they are surrounded by many. A smile to someone does […]