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It may seem like a simple concept, but the fact is, that most people don’t live in a truly mindful way. The concept of being “mindful” may mean different things to different people but the type ... Read More »
On any given day, reading the newspaper can lead one to believe that the fate of humankind is doomed. With the advent of global communications, we learn instantly of bad news anywhere on the planet ... Read More »
I can share with you from personal experience, just what a health hazard it is to sit in a chair for most of the day. For the past 12 years being a writer, educator and curriculum developer, I have ... Read More »
For most of us, hearts, flowers, and candy symbolizes Valentine's Day, but according to MedlinePlus, it’s also a day when approximately 2,800 people—parents, aunts, friends, siblings, uncles, ... Read More »
Bright red bleeding from hemorrhoids that streaks through feces or drips into the toilet brings everyone to the doctor. As scary as the bright red blood may look, hemorrhoids are fairly easy to ... Read More »
As with the rest of the Western countries; many Danish, Swedish, and Norwegian citizens are eating too much processed food, too much fatty food, French fries, pizza, pasta, and sugary foods. As a ... Read More »
If weight loss is your goal in 2012, you'll probably find yourself eating more fresh salads. Besides being nutritious, salads help us feel fuller without being dense in calories. Incorporating ... Read More »
Recently on the Today Show one of the broadcasters asked a group of guests, “What would you tell your 16 year old self today?” I thought that was a great question and one that can bring things ... Read More »
Concussion injuries have been on the rise, especially in children playing contact sports. A concussion describes an injury to the brain, which has a cushioning liquid around it called cerebrospinal ... Read More »
That the earth is flat was an idea whose time came—and went! Copernicus and Galileo argued otherwise in the 16th and 17th centuries, and their ideas eventually prevailed. Yet in the 21st century, ... Read More »

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