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by Sherrie Campbell Life is forever challenging for us all. We carry pains and life’s lessons all the way through. None of us are exempt from these sharper edges. We are here to grow. The signature purpose and intention behind life’s sharper edges is to provide us that very opportunity. What might seem like and enemy will likely turn out to be the only possible thing that could have caused us enough discomfort to finally... 8/20/2021 4:00:00 AM
by Doug Noll He’s a hunk, fun, nice, and treats you like a queen. As long as things between you are light and easy-going, life is good. When you need intimacy, he finds other places to be and things to do. Sound familiar?The problem is classic: a man can be emotionally unavailable when needed the most. Fortunately, we know the cause of the problem and how to fix it. Many men are emotionally unavailable to women... 11/15/2019 8:00:00 AM
by Fred Fletcher How many chemicals, drugs or food substances can you think of that have been scientifically tied to at least 45 different medical ailments, symptoms and diseases? This is especially troubling when you consider that we are talking about a beverage found in 99% of public eating establishments; it is even more troubling when you consider how many people on earth consume this stuff, usually without knowledge... 8/21/2021 8:00:00 AM
by Robert Parmer Coffee culture surrounds us and dominates the rituals of people around the world, one pumpkin spice latté at a time. Whether it’s from your coffee pot at home, your favorite corner coffee shop, or straight from a French press at work, caffeine is used by many trying to remain productive throughout their day. However many people take it a bit too far and become full on caffeine junkies. These are the... 5/6/2020 7:00:00 AM
by Fred Fletcher The latest development in the "are vaccines safe" national debate is the troubling decision by many doctors to no longer see patients (mostly children) who have not been vaccinated according to national medical associations and U.S. government agency standards. If it were just a few doctors who were making this decision, this might not be the hot issue it is becoming. The reality is, however, that... 10/15/2021 8:00:00 AM
by Janet Valenty I spent years in a clinical laboratory analyzing blood and every other bodily fluid that we humans can produce. I routinely saw lab results showing blood chemistries in or out of the norm as evidence of some disease or degenerative state present in each patient. During and after my laboratory years, I’ve been a seeker of information to help understand which life choices we can make that are more likely... 8/25/2021 8:00:00 AM
by Wellness Editor Chronic sleep deprivation may seem like a normal part of adult life, but it may have a greater impact on our health than we realize. Researchers are finding that sleep deprivation can do far more than affect our concentration and work performance. Over the long-term, not getting enough sleep can lead to a number of health conditions, and it might even shorten our lives.Insomniac NationBetween 50 and... 3/5/2021 8:00:00 AM
by Wellness Editor “Are you still watching?” This is the slightly shame-inducing message Netflix sends a watcher’s way after they’ve consumed too much programming in a single session. It's an automatic message prompted by three shows consumed without interruption.The intention of this message may have nothing to do with discouraging binge-watching, but it certainly is a good reminder that it may be time to switch the... 4/6/2020 7:00:00 AM
by DC Derm Docs Having a great skincare regimen means more than just washing and maintaining your skin. While constantly washing and maintaining your skin’s cleanliness is one of the main aspects of your skincare, eating habits are just as critical in skincare.Drs. Dale Isaacson and Marilyn Berzin have recently developed a list of foods and drinks that are damaging to the skin. They emphasize that moderate to constant... 12/4/2020 8:00:00 AM
by Dr. Mary Jayne Rogers I have noticed that more and more businesses keep a small bowl of candy in reception areas and on countertops. They are practically becoming part of the décor. The other day, while waiting for my hairstylist, a woman marched over to the obligatory bowl of candy, snatched up a fistful of candy and announced, “I need some sugar!” She was not a diabetic in distress; she was not faint from not eating.... 8/24/2021 8:00:00 AM
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