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Gifts of Health

by Lori Sciame November 20th, 2020
The present buying frenzy has begun.  We make lists, run from store to store, and wrap frantically all in the name of love.  Why not take the love you feel for the men in your life and push it a step further?  To do this, purchase presents that inspire
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Living with Alzheimer’s: Prolonging Memories

by Joe Lawrence November 13th, 2020
Imagine hearing that you have Alzheimer's. The fear of losing memories, the fear of forgetting those around you, and the fear of losing the ability to do everyday things you have come to enjoy. There are a few things that can be done to prolong these precious moments.

The one thing that people fear losing the most (after a love one, of course) is the family photos. This is because they are the precious memories of children eating birthday cake
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Chemicals and Reproductive Issues

by Jessica B. November 6th, 2020
Women’s fertility declines greatly after the age of 35, but decreased fertility begins already at the age of 30 and now some scientists and doctors are afraid that exposure to chemicals may be speeding up the process. In an opinion piece published in the Fertility and Sterility Journal, by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, experts called for increased research in chemicals and environmental contaminants on pregnancy and fertility. The experts
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  • Fighting Burn Out

    by Jessica B. October 30th, 2020
    If you are stuck in a rut it can be hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel, but burn out is a thing that can affect every aspect of your life, from how you work, to how you interact with your family. Here are a few tips for you to help recognize burn out before it gets too late, and how
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  • Drinking and College: Little Known Facts

    by Lori Sciame October 23rd, 2020
    A young man goes to college with the intention of getting a degree.  He knows it will take hard work, but that slip of paper will guarantee a secure future.  All goes as planned, until he begins partying - five nights a week.  His grades slip, and he's in danger of being placed on academic probation.  Thank goodness he chooses to give up binge drinking instead of losing a
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  • Parenting to Improve a Relationship

    by Lori Sciame October 16th, 2020
    Parents have a tough job. Raising a young child can be emotionally and physically tiring to say the least, but once a child hits the teen years, the task of being a parent becomes even harder.  However, in order to parent successfully, one must admit that the job of being a teen is also difficult.  At this age, a child must go through a seemingly endless stream of developmental
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