Weight Loss Supplements: Phen375, Does It Work?

Today’s society is spoiled with the convenience of the internet, with any potential question quickly be answered by a visit to the favorite search engine. Unfortunately, some subjects are so widely discussed that even one of these popular internet searches can yield conflicting results and often times simply bring up new questions. For the average […]

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Ways2GoHealthy’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Like many others around the world I have been challenged for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. I have accepted the challenge and the video is below. I have poured ice water over my head as well as donated to ALS. I challenge anyone else who reads this to also take the challenge of either pouring ice […]

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Educate Your Children
How To Educate Your Children About Health And Wellness

Having children is one of life’s greatest joys. From the minute they enter the world, it seems like they are just full of happy – and sometimes not so happy – surprises. The magic of the moment when they speak their first words, take their first steps, and form their first opinions (“I don’t like […]

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Living With Gilbert’s Syndrome

This past year I was diagnosed with Gilbert’s Syndrome (pronounced ‘zheel-BAYR’) thorugh an enhanced blood test.  Gilbert’s syndrome is a common, mild liver disorder in which the liver doesn’t properly process a substance called bilirubin (pronounced ‘billy-roo-ben’). Bilirubin is produced by the breakdown of red blood cells. If you have Gilbert syndrome, you have inherited an abnormal gene […]

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Don’t Forget to Get Your 10-Year Tetanus Shot

I recently got a tetanus shot.  It wasn’t that big of a deal.  It cost me $21.  My last tetanus shot was about 20 years ago.  We are supposed to get a tetanus shot every 10 years.  Oops.  I’ll get my tetanus shot every 10 years from now on.   So what exactly is tetanus? From […]

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