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The Risk Factors for Cervical Cancer
January 30, 2014 .:. Categories: Mixed Bag

This image is from the CDC (Center For Disease Control) and makes suggestions for getting pap tests – none of which have I followed, by the way. They state that the factors that make a woman high risk for cervical cancer are: Smoking is a giant biggie Giving birth to three or more children Using […]

Wind Chill: Is It Safe For Your Kids To Play Outdoors?
January 23, 2014 .:. Categories: Mixed Bag

With the current frigid temperatures in the U.S., many moms might be wondering if it’s safe for their kids to play outside? And if so, for how long? This wind chill chart from the National Weather Service just might answer those questions since it gives us a way to estimate how long it will be […]

Welcome 2014!
January 1, 2014 .:. Categories: Mixed Bag

I've lived in multiple places but most of my years have been spent here in metro-Atlanta. 2013 was the coolest year ever, and as a cool-weather fan, I'm hoping that 2014 will be just as pleasant. So happy new year to all of you and welcome to bright and shiny new year. 

Our books
December 30, 2013 .:. Categories: Mixed Bag

  61 Natural Remedies For Diabetes: You'll hear about my friend Janis whose blood sugar dropped from 360 to 130 in a mere five days. This collection of home remedies will help everyone who is already taking insulin as well as those who are fearful that they're soon facing the needle. + Printed version 52 Natural […]

Have A Wonderful Thanksgiving, 2013
November 28, 2013 .:. Categories: Mixed Bag
Supporting the Stages of AIDS Treatment
November 23, 2013 .:. Categories: Mixed Bag

In several developing countries of the world, AIDS remains an epidemic of catastrophic proportions. Millions of people, including children, continue to die from this illness every year. Charitable efforts to limit the impact of this disease on the populations of these countries focus on supporting HIV AIDS care at three stages. Diagnosis It is not […]

How To Get Rid of Stress FOREVER
October 24, 2013 .:. Categories: Mixed Bag

I see articles everywhere on topics like "stress management techniques", "stress reducation" or "managing stress". Nuts to that! Don't manage stress – eliminate it permanently. Easily. FOREVER! Think that's impossible? Well, it isn't and you can prove it to yourself.  What Is Stress? Stress isn't what happens to us – stress is how we react […]

FDA To Allow More Pus & Feces In Your Chicken?
September 30, 2013 .:. Categories: Mixed Bag

If this disgusting story doesn't make us all vegetarians, nothing will. A new FDA ruling will allow " … more hidden feces, pus, bacteria and chemical contaminants to persist in conventional chicken and turkey meat".  http://www.infowars.com/new-usda-rule-allows-hidden-feces-pus-bacteria-and-bleach-in-conventional-poultry/

6 Tips for Dealing With the Grief of Losing a Loved One
August 12, 2013 .:. Categories: Other

The death of a loved one is one of the most stressful experiences we humans can ever go through. When you are left behind by your loved one, you need to find some appropriate methods to cope with the loss. Below are five ways to deal with the loss of a loved one. 1. Meet […]

Do Testosterone Supplements Work?
August 9, 2013 .:. Categories: Mixed Bag

Testosterone is a hormone that is responsible for bone density, muscle mass, sperm production and sex drive. As men age, they are often worried about their testosterone levels declining, and that it may lead to a decrease in sex drive and other health issues. The Mayo Clinic reports that testosterone levels drop with around 1% […]

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