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Meditation and Health

Posted by mandy on July 22nd, 2013

meditateIn the 1960s meditation was seen as a hippy practice, something that flower children did that was closely related to the use of psychedelic drugs and resulted in “tuning in” and “dropping out.”  Not the best PR to appeal to …

Doctors and Software: How are Doctors Using Computers?

Posted by mandy on February 25th, 2013

The medical profession is becoming ever more technological, and it is not just with cutting-edge treatments. Electronic medical records, prescription software, automated billing systems, and electronic appointment scheduling software programs are widely in use. This means that in addition to …

Think Racing is a Lazy Sport? Think Again!

Posted by mandy on February 22nd, 2013

Have you ever seen an overweight F1 or NASCAR driver?  No?  Well, that makes sense.  A lot of people believe that racing is not a physically demanding sport, but that is most certainly not the case.  Racing is an extremely …

The Hidden Savings of Weight Loss

Posted by mandy on January 19th, 2013

Every January, millions of people share the same resolution; to get fit. Gym enrollments spike, brand new exercise equipment is delivered and sales of healthy food balloon.  Everybody from elite athletes to ordinary folks resolve to improve health with a …

Money & Your Health

Posted by mandy on December 21st, 2012

Health and money are two of the most common concerns on most people’s minds but they fail to associate the correlation between the two. While you might not think that health and money are directly related, you couldn’t be further …

Money Mutual Short Term Loans for Medical Emergencies

Posted by mandy on October 28th, 2012

Health care costs continue to rise in spite of the down economy and fewer people are able to afford the quality care they need.  As insurance premiums also climb, more people are doing without insurance.  However, when an injury occurs …

Relapse is not part of recovery

Posted by mandy on August 2nd, 2012

Alcohol has been long considered as the number one substance being abused by people who have trouble coping up with the multitude of problems in this world. Without a ready and solid support system, a person turns to drinking uncontrollably …

Fighting the Obesity Epidemic

Posted by mandy on May 10th, 2012

Obesity is one of the most prevalent health conditions in America today. It affects individuals of all ages, genders and walks of life. It is also a condition that causes a variety of health problems; such as diabetes, hypertension, high …

Great Success can come from even better Writing Skills

Posted by mandy on March 26th, 2012

In today’s world our dependence on technology has grown rapidly. We cannot think of a life without some form of technology or the other helping us get through the day. With so much of new technology around us, at times …

Books and Films about Cars

Posted by mandy on January 31st, 2012

For all of the great themes in the literatures of North America, the open road and new territories might be the most quintessential. If Mark Twain’s Huckelberry Finn is the most elemental novel of the Northern part of the continent, …

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