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Healthcare: Here’s the problem

If you are male and cannot wrap your head around why women think they should own their bodies and be allowed to have an abortion then you clearly do not have an issue with today’s healthcare system because it has […]

Healthcare: Here’s the problem

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If you are male and cannot wrap your head around why women think they should own their bodies and be allowed to have an abortion then you clearly do not have an issue with today’s healthcare system because it has […]

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Weight loss pills: Are they worth it?

I begin with high skepticism for one simple reason. If all the many weight loss pills available lived up to their claims why then is the American obesity rate

Women create successful businesses by helping one another

Savvy Travelers, a leader in designer beauty wipes, teamed up with other women-owned entities to help propel their company to success
 LOS ANGELES, Calif. - (January 10, 2017) – According to the U.S.

Beating obesity: Think you can walk it off? Think again

Perhaps Taylor Swift can just “Shake if Off” but then she really doesn’t have to worry so much about her weight. And I am a huge fan of walking

Third Annual Hollywood Health Hike doubles down

According to the National Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 36.5 percent of Americans are clinically obese. That is a staggering number, more than one out of three people

Healthy Living: It’s the Telomeres

Are you starting to feel old? Are your friends hinting that you are starting to look old? Well then maybe you are indeed getting older but what exactly does

Beginning a New Year: Make it great

It all started with Thanksgiving, a day that shall forever live in gluttony. Then it was a string of Christmas parties, at work perhaps, or with some friends or

Good sleep and good diet are twins

There is absolutely no question but that sleep in general and good, uninterrupted sleep including a period of REM or rapid eye movement sleep is essential to good health.

Red wine is fine, maybe

Over the last several years there has been an abundance of evidence that drinking a little bit of red wine can actually have several possible health benefits. So let’s

Opioid addicts populate our prisons, death rows and your neighborhood

Addicts hooked on pain pills or "opioids" overpopulate our country's prisons and death rows — particularly in Alabama.

 As Anne Hull's revealing article for The Washington Post (“The lonely road of staying clean:

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