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Whether a mother struggles with depression, a college student suffers from anorexia, or an adolescent abuses alcohol, collateral damage exists within nearly every family. Perhaps it’s a husband ... Read More »
I’m sure many of you have heard my rants about the direction our health care system is going. You’ve heard my concerns of the number of children who are under-insured or who have no insurance ... Read More »
From wine to jelly to raisins, grapes can be enjoyed in a number of ways. So it's no wonder that grapes are the second-most popular fruit (they come in a close second to oranges) and that growing and ... Read More »
Well, until recently, I’ve always described juices as being pretty much empty calories. Parents so very often ask when they can start them or where they fit in with their children’s diet, and I ... Read More »
If you are a sexually active woman, chances are good that you have had a urinary tract infection at least once in your life. UTI's are, in fact, the second most common infection in the body, ... Read More »
Adjustable gastric banding, the “lap band” has become increasingly used by bariatric surgeons and patients, as the surgical weight loss procedure of choice. This procedure is popular because of a ... Read More »
One of my neighbors, Richard Scammell, is a wonderful cook. In fact, I consider him a chef even though he does not cook for a living. Cooking is his hobby, but when it comes to food preparation, ... Read More »
Oops. Less is more, it appears. The 39,000 women in the Iowa Women’s Health study delivered us some surprising results recently. The authors set out to measure reduction in mortality rates from ... Read More »
Chickpeas, otherwise known as garbanzo beans, enjoy a huge popularity in kitchens all over the world. In most Middle Eastern countries, chickpeas are included in a variety of different foods, from ... Read More »
A couple of years ago it was discovered that the brains of those who meditate on a regular basis, over a long period of time, were larger and had more gray matter than the brains of those in a ... Read More »

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