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Pollution is Killing more People than Wars and Violence

By , October 29th, 2017

Pollution is something that we’re all aware of and we have learned about it even in our early days in school. However this global problem still isn’t getting any better and it continues to affect all of our daily lives. With us continuing to modernize and develop new technology, pollution is still rising at a […]


The Teal Pumpkin Project Helps Trick-or-Treating Kids with Food Allergies

By , October 29th, 2017

For most kids, Halloween is a time of gathering as many sugar-filled snacks as they possibly can. There are a minority of children, however, where parents must check their kids’ Halloween trick-or-treat bag filled with goodies for more than general safety reasons. Children with food allergies can end up with a bag filled with life-threatening […]


National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

By , October 2nd, 2017

It’s October, hence comes the national breast awareness month! According to the world health organization, breast cancer is the most common type of cancer among women and is claiming lives of thousands of women every year. This is why we must always be aware of breast cancer and how we can look out for it. […]


New Study says Sleep Deprivation may Cause ADHD

By , September 4th, 2017

Sleep deprivation is when you lack the amount of total rest sleep per day. This may have a bunch of side effects on your body such as excessive daytime sleepiness, being moody, hunger, etc. Did you know that there is a possibility that this can also cause ADHD?  Studies have shown that there is a […]


What is Alzheimer’s and How to Protect Ourselves

By , August 27th, 2017

Alzheimer’s is a common form of dementia and is the term used in general for memory loss serious enough to interfere with our daily life. So what causes Alzheimer’s and how do we prevent it? As you read on, you’ll be able to understand and know what is known about Alzheimer’s and what can protect […]


How Walnuts Can Help You Lose Weight

By , August 21st, 2017

Do you have trouble losing weight? Do you have no motivation to lose weight? Most of us do wish to achieve our ideal bodies but we often underestimate the amount of effort requires to get there.  Cutting out your favorite foods, like fatty pizza, burgers or creamy pasta requires a lot of mental will. The […]


Pharmacies Open on Sunday

By , April 3rd, 2017

Since illness pays little attention to what day of the week it is, you may need an open pharmacy on a Sunday. According to the 2016 National Pharmacy Survey conducted by healthcare data provider SK&A the top four pharmacies in the United States are CVS Pharmacy, Wallgreens, Rite Aid and Wal-Mart. If you are looking […]


What Millennials Want From Their Health Insurance

By , April 2nd, 2017

Health insurance is a controversial issue in America right now. Millennials now make up the biggest part of the workforce and they want more from their health insurance. These are the five most important things millennials want from their health insurance policies. 1.      They Want Instant Gratification Millennials are a skeptical generation and they know […]


Car Free: Living In America Without A Car

By , March 27th, 2017

It comes as a shock to most people I meet, but I don’t own a car. Three years ago I was thousands of dollars in debt and something had to give. I decided that it would be my car. When I made the decision my friends and family thought that I was crazy. Truth be […]


Managing A Financial Windfall

By , August 25th, 2016

Financial windfalls are double edged swords.  One the one hand, you have a large sum of money. On the other, you can be placed into a situation you are not prepared to handle. Sales of real estate or businesses usually involve the conversion of an liquid asset into large amounts of ready cash – presenting […]

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