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Posted on May 20th, 2015
Hi dear Parent, I've been doing some extensive research on supplements. The information I'm discovering points to the importance of getting our nutrients from whole foods. Science is beginning to realize that our bodies use whole foods better than vitamins, which are bits and pieces and parts of whole food. It's no accident, they tell us, that an apple, for example, is filled with a hundred or more different vitamins and nutrients (and, as yet, unidentifiable "good stuff") that are designed ...
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My Views on Patient's Rights

Posted on May 17th, 2015
What I consider rights of patients. These I believe should be the right of all patients. My article is about my proposal for the rights of all patients. By this I mean both in and out patients. It includes physical and mental conditions. By no means is the list below meant to be exhaustive. It is merely a beginning. Perhaps you could think of this as start of a dialogue. If you have any valid suggestions feel free to add them in your comments. The two exceptions to these rights would be ...
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10 Key Elements When Supporting the Dually Diagnosed

Posted on May 16th, 2015
Supporting individuals who are both developmentally delayed as well as diagnosed with a mental illness is, at best, a challenging proposition. However, as more & more individuals with developmental disabilities are successfully supported in their home communities it is this portion of the population, which is struggling. Frequently, it is the combination of challenges that keeps them from being adequately served by either support system as they are shuttled back & forth in search of a "more ...
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Winning My Battle With Anxiety

Posted on May 7th, 2015
Winning My Battle With Anxiety I was very outgoing as a child. I'd put on plays in front of my parents, sing to records and put on shows. I was like that all through both elementary school and high school. Nothing scared me and my aspirations were high. I began college as a Theater major and switched midstream to a Communications major. I pictured myself as the next big 'News Anchor'. I'd even auditioned at the Connecticut School of Broadcasting, impromptu, and got accepted. At the age of ...
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Posted on April 21st, 2015
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Well finally, 10 years on and many years of family & friends telling me to write a book ... ... here goes !

Posted on April 14th, 2015
Well finally, 10 years on and many years of family & friends telling me to write a book ... ... here goes ! How exciting! Why ? Because, now I have the opportunity to share so much with so many, with the hope to help ... so many. That is my purpose--so prepare yourself by initially being open to what I have to say and most of all change your mindset to enable you & your loved ones to live a happier, more fulfilled life. This is not a promise to cure cancer, but to encourage you to improve ...
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Pregnancy and Insomnia

Posted on April 3rd, 2015
Pregnancy may be one of the happiest moments in a woman's life. Some pregnant women however may also come to experience physical pains and discomforts as their tummies expand. One such common complaint is pregnancy insomnia. The Figures It is believed that at least 78% of women experience insomnia during pregnancy. Although some may not experience this sleeping problem throughout pregnancy, at least 97% of pregnant women experience temporary pregnancy insomnia near the end of pregnancy or at ...
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Pregnancy Tips - Ten Pregnancy Tips

Posted on March 28th, 2015
On the eve of my baby's due date, I am unable to sleep. With baby moving in my belly, Braxton Hicks contractions spontaneously occurring (that often render me helpless, like a beetle on it's back waving its legs), and the enormous pressure in my pelvis that whisks me off to the toilet only to expel an unimpressive thimble full of pee every 15 minutes...I reflect upon the following 10 best parenting advice and pregnancy resources I received. Pregnancy Tip 1: Learn to love your belly: Strangers ...
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Pregnancy Weight loss - Lose Weight After Having A Baby

Posted on March 25th, 2015
Undoubtedly, one of the most common questions women will ask after delivering a baby is, "What's the best way to lose my pregnancy weight fast?". The problem is, that losing weight, not just pregnancy weight, too fast is not the safest nor best method for the long term. Remember, it took at least six months to put that weight on. To expect to shed it in a week and a half is unrealistic. That said, there is no reason it has to take six months to get rid of either. With a good plan of diet and ...
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Pregnancy Tips - Exercises During Pregnancy

Posted on March 19th, 2015
As with any health decisions you make during this time of your life, you will want to consult your doctor before you start any exercising during your pregnancy. If, however you and your doctor decide that an exercise program would be right for you, then from my personal experience I would highly recommend you proceed with one. Not only is it a good idea for you, but, if done correctly, it's beneficial to your baby as well. Studies have shown that women who stick to an exercise program during ...
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