Posts Tagged ‘ Health ’

Alternative Medicine-Quackery or Real?

Jul 8th, 2009 | By | Category: Health

Image by dbz885 via Flickr As more focus is placed on the health of America, with obesity leading the way, it comes to mind that there are alternatives to traditional medicine. A rise in interest has given alternative medicine a place alongside Western medicine. Alternative medicine includes a wide range of therapies from acupuncture to […]



End of an Era

Jun 27th, 2009 | By | Category: Miscellaneous

Michael Jackson via last.fm It’s official…The 80s has reached the end of an era. Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, took the era with him when he died yesterday of a heart attack. But, it wasn’t just Michael that left this world this week. Farrah Fawcett and Ed McMahon also died this week. All three […]



Eating Together

Jun 20th, 2009 | By | Category: Health

Image via Wikipedia Remember when you were a child and families sat down together at the table every night at the same time for dinner? You probably weren’t allowed to inform your parents you weren’t going to eat at that time or tell them you’d just skip because it wasn’t your favorite dish. Back then, […]



Cleaning up the Air

Jun 11th, 2009 | By | Category: Health

After spending some time in the hospital for health problems related to breathing, I decided the first thing I should write about upon returning home this morning is dust and irritants in the air. For those of us living with COPD, Asthma, Emphysema, and Bronchitis, this is a major cause of distress. Yet, to date, […]



Cleaning Everyday Keeps the Flus Away

May 4th, 2009 | By | Category: Health

With the scare of swine flu at the forefront of the news, many are left wondering just how to clean in a manner that will enhance the probability of not catching the dreaded illness throughout their homes. It is imperative to many to sanitize, sanitize, sanitize. However, your cleaning methods really don’t have to change. […]



8 Ways to Avoid Swine Flu

Apr 30th, 2009 | By | Category: Health

With the addition of more school closings and the raising of the level assigned to Swine Flu by the Who, many people are wondering just how to avoid contracting it. Fort Worth School District in Texas has closed its doors until May 11th. Dallas Independent School District closed an elementary school today for at least […]



Swine Flu: True Pandemic or Panic?

Apr 29th, 2009 | By | Category: Health

After spending a few days doing research, I’ve decided that putting the feared pandemic of the Swine flu into perspective is the best thing we can all do. Before I explain what I mean by that, perhaps we should discuss the flu in question. Swine flu is a flu that is usually passed from direct […]



Returning to Nature

Apr 14th, 2009 | By | Category: Health

Back when time began, no one knew about chemicals. If the earth didn’t produce it, it didn’t exist. Medicines were fresh and dried plants and cleaning consisted of using a plant named soaproot very occasionally in the river or whatever other water source was available. Natural means of elimination were used and areas set aside […]



IQAir HealthPro Plus Delivers as Promised

Apr 7th, 2009 | By | Category: Air Purifiers

If you’re looking for an air purifier that truly delivers all it promises, then the IQAir HealthPro Plus is just what the doctor ordered. While its size and basic construction reminds one of a pre-80s CPU, the housing is still attractive enough to fit into modern decor while cleaning the air you breath. The IQAir […]



Asthma Directly Related to Air Quality

Apr 5th, 2009 | By | Category: Health, News

Asthma is a disease or disorder in the lungs that causes sufferers to experience difficulty in breathing. The condition can be mild to severe, occasional or chronic. Asthma has been the culprit of missed days of school, work, and even some deaths. Asthma has also increased in occurrence in the past few years as pollution […]



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