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Breast Cancer? But Doctor....I hate pink!
Little things

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MidLifeBloggers
Bits & Pieces: MidLife-Beauty, Blogger PR, BlogHer’12

Jul 16, 2012

It’s the third week in July. Will someone please slow down time! Okay, if life must go on, here’s what MidLifeBloggers is up to: At MidLife-Beauty.com, we’re talking about face base, foundation, whatever you call that stuff we put on ...

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Game to 100
Commentary: Good deeds don’t wash away evil

Jul 16, 2012
Commentary: Good deeds don’t wash away evil

The way some folks are talking about the late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, you would think that God had given Moses the Ten Good Deeds to go along with the Ten Commandments. Paterno apologists are scrambling to salvage … Continue reading

Consciousness and Health
The Key to Better Health: Individual Mandate or Individual Commitment?

The Key to Better Health: Individual Mandate or Individual Commitment?

In the months leading up to the Supreme Court’s decision regarding the Affordable Care Act (ACA), most of the nation’s attention was focused on the viability of the so-called individual mandate: the requirement for all Americans to have health insu...

HealthyCal.org
Hear Hear

Jul 15, 2012

By Robert Fulton John Tracy Clinic brings hope to hearing impaired children – and their parents.

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Robert's Sister
Off to grandma’s we go

Off to grandma’s we go

My Grandmother has always looked the same to me.  A very petite, Polish woman with permed hair of varying shades of red or brunette, cigarette dangling from her mouth and a scowl on her face.Even when she’s smiling.Robert and Grandma -...

Breast Cancer? But Doctor....I hate pink!
Meet Trista

This morning I woke up rather abruptly.  I was lying on my back, an unusual position for me, near the edge of the bed.  I felt some scratching and scrambling across my belly and realized groggily a dog was trying to get into bed with me, and using my...

The Sacramento Bee
‘Ex-doper’ captures a victory in Tour

ANNONAY, France – David Millar, a reformed "ex-doper," won a stage at the Tour de France on Friday, saying his victory is proof riders can win cleanly. His British compatriot, Bradley Wiggins, is of like mind. Wiggins, who holds the overall l...

Limit Reached
Things that confuse me: The drug edition

Jul 13, 2012
Things that confuse me: The drug edition

Can I ask a favor of scientists & pharmaceutical companies? Stop focusing your efforts on hair loss and male enhancement and work on a drug that decongests my sinuses without losing my sense of smell or giving me heart palpitations! … Continue reading

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Dr. Melissa Arca
On the constipated child: breaking a vicious cycle

On the constipated child: breaking a vicious cycle

When your child is constipated, it hurts. Aside from the common cold and ear infections, constipation is one of the most common complaints at both well and sick child visits. It causes abdominal pain, frustration (for both parent and child), and guilt. As parents, we often assume responsibility for these sorts of things. Hard,...

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