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New Study Reveals Sleeping Pills Increase Risk of Cancer and Death

 April 17, 2012

New Study Reveals Sleeping Pills Increase Risk of Cancer and Death It was reported that last year in the United States alone, there were over 60 million prescriptions filled for sleeping pills. A recent study reported in a reliable British Medical Journal revealed what I feel could be some eye opening news. The study compared 10,529 people […]

Baby Boomers: The Reinvention Generation

 April 14, 2012

Baby Boomers: The Reinvention Generation According to the United States Census Bureau, Baby Boomers are people who were born between 1946 and 1964. This currently makes all of us in our 40’s, 50’s and 60’s and no longer known as a young adult. We may be labeled now as an adult or senior citizen. Most […]

Optimism

 April 13, 2012

Optimism I recently saw this image on a friend’s Facebook page, and just wanted to share it. Let’s all take a moment to see the good side of life!   Click here for our Blog Disclaimer.

Ladies (and Gentlemen), Check Your Thyroid

 April 12, 2012

Ladies (and Gentlemen), Check Your Thyroid   Ever wondered why you had trouble losing weight, had such dry skin, your hair and nails always seem brittle, and your hands and feet seem to be cold when the rest of you feels fine? Did you ever wake up in the morning feeling tired, depressed and you […]

The Threat of Childhood Obesity

 April 11, 2012

The Threat of Childhood Obesity   Obesity is a major problem in our society, and I especially worry about our children. Not only does it affect their health, but obesity affects a child’s psychological and social behaviors too. A child who overweight may be taunted and bullied, as being overweight is often stigmatized.  Many overweight […]

Kids with Cell Phones

 April 11, 2012

Kids with Cell Phones   I just recently heard a statistic that 9 out of 10 children under the age of 10 have cell phones now. Wow, can you imagine the money the cell phone companies are making? For each child with a cell phone, there is a parent or guardian who also has a […]

A Good News Day

 April 10, 2012

A Good News Day   I had a wonderful experience a couple of days ago that I would like to share with you. Some of you may think my news doesn’t seem like much but it made my heart jump up and down for joy. This website or blog that I write has become my […]

Happy Thanksgiving, world!

 November 24, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving, world!   We have all heard the song, What A Wonderful World, but when you see this video, you will believe it to be true. There is much wonder in this short video. As we look down from space, we seem so small, but we are a collective group. We need each other. […]

More Than 1 in 4 American Women Are Taking Mental Health Meds

 November 17, 2011

More Than 1 in 4 American Women Are Taking Mental Health Meds   Have you had anxiety or depression lately? It seems you are not alone. More than 1 in 4 American women took at least one Mental Health Medication last year for conditions like anxiety and depression. The report by Pharmacy Benefits Manager, Medco, […]

Should I get the flu vaccine?

 November 7, 2011

Should I get the flu vaccine? (I wrote this article not to be negative but to encourage people to become empowered about their health and learn to research simple articles in order to make great decisions.) Every year about this time people are constantly asking me what is my opinion on the flu vaccine. I […]