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Feeling Depressed

It’s been a long time since I have been open and honest with my readers. Today and actually for the past several weeks I have been fighting serious depression. I know most of it has to do with my husband...
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Herbs For Tea~~from Soil to Sip~

Spring is the time for turning the soil, putting into action the dream plans made during the winter days of hebernation. The time when sunshine warms the air and little green sprigs start to burst through the soil to greet...
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80% of the game is between your ears

by Aaron Solly “80% of the game is between your ears”, is what my senior high school basketball coach would say to us at our practices.  He would say it at the beginning of practice as he would walk around...
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Proper Posture and the Elimination of Chronic Muscle and Joint Pain

Chronic neck, hip, knee and back pain are a problem of pandemic proportions that according to the American Pain Foundation is affecting more American than diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined. Statistics reveal that millions of people continue to spend....
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A forward head position can lead to debilitating symptoms in the brain

by Prof/Dr Brian A Rothbart Professor Rothbart publishes a bimonthly newsletter replete with invaluable information.В  Below is an excerpt from Professor Rothbart’s newsletter describing changes in brain function that can occur with a forward head positi...
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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, or CFS, makes a person feel worn out and completely exhausted.  This extreme tiredness interferes with a person’s ability to engage in normal everyday activities, such as dressing, bathing or even eating. Moving, exercising or just...
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Fatigue

by Karen Stauffer So, what do most people need?В  I ask them.В  Number one seems to be MORE ENERGY. I fight that battle everyday, because along with Lyme Disease, (I’ve been fighting it since 1997), I now have chronic fatigue...
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Kathy Bates Battle with Ovarian Cancer

Academy Award winner Kathy Bates comes forward to talk about her battle with Ovarian Cancer that was diagnosed in 2003. Many symptoms of ovarian cancer can be masked by what we as call “normal” Kathy stresses that you need to...
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Summer 2009 Fashion: Get Ready!

Hi Ladies, Here is a brief summary of what’s in style for Summer 2009… The HOT colors are brights, follow the umbrella in the animoto. 🙂 There is also a tendency towards some neutrals, such as salmon rose, dark citron,...
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What Am I Going to Wear Today?

As I was dressing this morning, I was debating on what to wear. Common thought for the majority of us women right? Dress or jeans? I opted for a Jean hip look, despite my age 😉 I read an article...
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