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How do you get flu relief? You have the flu and you want to feel better fast. You washed hands, kept hands away from your face, stayed away from sick people, kept hydrated, and ate healthy foods, but the slimy little germs crept in any way. Maybe you even got the flu...read more
This is a guest post by Janis Cox. Each year we head back to Canada in early April. Before we leave our winter home in Arizona we have to clean and tidy our house, cover the furniture, shut off the service and get it ready to sit vacant for the summer. It’s already...read more
This guest post is by Renee Tarantowski Baude. I walk into the office 3 kids under 5 clinging to me and big-as-a-barn-pregnant. It was Spring and I had thought I just had a sore throat but turns out it was a huge abscess thing . . . somewhere in my mouth that he could...read more
Spend time where it really matters and be happier Social media is harming your health and your real-life relationships. You don’t want food, to roll over and kiss your spouse, or hurry to wrap your arms around your kids. You are happy snuggling down under the covers...read more
Danie Botha is a physician and guest posts about how to keep your heart healthy. February is National Heart Month. Let me explain how you can give yourself the gift of life. Yeah, yeah, I heard the sigh. And yes, it’s another “awareness initiative.” Is this really...read more
What he really meant was life is like a tire… Life is full of ups and downs, twists and turns, and true, you never know what’s coming next. Sorry to say, you’ve been lied too--Life is NOT like a box of chocolates. What he really meant is life is like a tire. I woke up...read more
It's not you. Keep reading to find out what it is in this guest post by Renee Tarantowski Baude. Love? Not exactly but we do love it and crave it . . . the answer is sugar. A few years ago I went to a Forks over Knives Conference in Chicago. It was 3 days of intense...read more
This is a guest post by K.KrisLoomis. I used to be full of excuses. Excuses for what? For anything, really. I could find at least one excuse (usually several) for any chore or task I thought might make me uncomfortable or cause me to have to work too hard. Yeah, I was...read more
Food cravings. Everybody has them on occasion, and it’s easy to give in to the urge to satisfy in the moment. The trouble is that food cravings are usually for food that is awful for your body. It’s okay to reward yourself. Take time off for good behavior, if you...read more
Especially if they are dangerous to your health Americans spend more than $30 Billion each year on supplements--vitamins, minerals, and herbal products. What’s worse is that many of them don’t work. Is taking a vitamin or supplement beneficial? Readers, like you, want...read more