Interesting Articles
Heirloom Thursday: Cambozola
Thursday, July 15th, 2010 by Jeremy Warner
As promised it's been an absolutely hectic week, but I have time to squeeze in a quick post. I've also had some time to eat, fortunately, and that includes an occasional favorite, cambozola. I first spotted this cheese when I started living on my own in San Diego, in 19... Read More
PILOTS & SSRi's - The 58 page document
Thursday, July 15th, 2010 by BOB FIDDAMAN
I obtained the following 58 page document from the Federal Aviation Administration through the Freedom of Information Act FOIA Investigative journalist, Evelyn Pringle, has exposed what the Federal Aviation Administration failed to take into consideration in their decis... Read More
White House Pushes Cautiously Forward on Needle Exchange
Wednesday, July 14th, 2010 by Dirk Hanson
Clean syringes become part of federal AIDS strategy.As most people know, addicts who inject drugs have played a major role in the HIV epidemic. In the U.S. alone, there are an estimated one million injection drug users, as the government calls them. They are linked to a... Read More
FDA Panel Recommends Keeping Avandia on the Market
Wednesday, July 14th, 2010 by Matthew Mintz
As I mentioned in my post Avandia Smackdown , I suspected that Avandia would likely stay on the market. The story is all over the headlines, including the Wall Street Journal's FDA Panel Backs Keeping Avandia on the Market. The 12 panel members wanted to pull Avandia, b... Read More
Woman Almost Dies When Eye Doctor Performs Breast Augmentation
Wednesday, July 14th, 2010 by Anthony Youn
CBS Atlanta News is reporting that a woman almost bled to death during a breast augmentation performed by an opthalmologist an eye doctor. According to their accounts, the woman was awake during the procedure and experienced her 'surgeon' calling 911 for help. Luckily, ... Read More
I am becoming a Culture of Life speaker
Wednesday, July 14th, 2010 by Leticia Velasquez
Sometimes I have to pinch myself, God is changing me so much, Ihardly recognize myself. I was the shy girl whose music teacher recommended she learn violin since she was so quiet, and didn't have the wind fora wind instrument. I wasthe one who dreaded oral presentations... Read More
Hopping on the [Anatomy] Train
Wednesday, July 14th, 2010 by Andrew Heffernan
Reading a very interesting book right now called Anatomy Trains by Thomas Myers. In a nutshell, Myers, a bodyworker, has developed a system of body therapy based around long chains of fascia in the body, many of which span the entire body, head to toe. These long "anato... Read More
Bastille Day
Wednesday, July 14th, 2010 by Lisa Reichert
I am a francophile. I celebrate Bastille Day. It is one of my favorite days to create food and share with others. Marinated beans, pates, fruit, cheese, crusty bread and wine. Accordion and piano cafe music. Friends.That day's event over 220 years ago is seen as the sym... Read More
Back to blogging
Wednesday, July 14th, 2010 by despitelupus
My apologies for the blogging hiatus weve been vacationing at the beach without internet access all in all, not a bad thing for over the past week. We had a great time, and Darwin and Deirdre thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Here are a few pictures from our trip ...Darwin... Read More
Reasons Not to Mess with a Breast Feeding Mom
Wednesday, July 14th, 2010 by Linda Burke-Galloway
When you antagonize a breast feeding mom, be prepared for the consequences. The Orlando county government learned that quickly when 20 mothers organized a nurse-in protest in support of a breast feeding mother. Celena Chavez, along with three other mothers was forced to... Read More
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