Interesting Articles
I am SICK of this kind of garbage.
Monday, November 23rd, 2009 by Janna Willard
I got a piece of SPAM in my e-mail this morning because I have expressed a public interest in advancing education and research regarding Autism. Just so everyones clear here this blog doesnt mean I want spam in my Inbox. In fact, if youve read my blog, you will know tha... Read More
Thursday, November 12th, 2009 by acodesign
IN OUR OWN VOICEI think it's wonderful that more and more people are coming forward to fight stigma. I recently learned about the program "In Our Own Voice" through NAMI. This educational program allows people who have struggled with mental illness to be seen as courage... Read More
Tuesday, November 10th, 2009 by acodesign
GOSSIP, SHAME AND HYPOCRISYI have mentioned Perez Hilton before and his discriminating ways. Of course he is just a gossip columnist but what's worse is that he attracts millions of readers. This means his opinions could sway others who may not have developed a view on ... Read More
Thursday, November 5th, 2009 by Judy Barnes Baker
Laurie Cagnassola, director of the Metabolism Society AKA the Nutrition and Metabolism Society, publishes a fantastic newsletter. The November 3rd issue features articles by Dr. John Briffa, Laura Dolson low-carb guide for, and Dr. Uff Ravnskov. Laurie's newsl... Read More
Wednesday, November 4th, 2009 by acodesign
A SNEAK PEAK AT THE LITTLE ONEI want to thank everyone for their well wishes. As you can see from the fuzzy image above, we are expecting our first baby in April. I am about 15 weeks and will find out if it's a girl or boy in a month.If it is a boy, I have decided to ma... Read More
What we do does matter--an illustration!
Monday, November 2nd, 2009 by Yehuda Frischman
As a follow up to my previous post "What we do does matter" I wanted to share with you this wonderful story that I received from R. Baruch Lederman of S. Diego"As we read in the beginning of the Torah, Ha-Shem created Adam. Adam went and generated an enti... Read More
Anger Management
Sunday, November 1st, 2009 by Yehuda Frischman
Last week, in a Jewish online discussion group I happened to see a course offered in anger management. That this is an ever-growing problem in our community I find both sad and ironic. The essence of Judaism is to find the sweetness and G-dliness in the chance occurance... Read More
Alzheimer's Association's new Comfort Zone program for finding the lost
Thursday, October 29th, 2009 by MissBert
The Alzheimer's Association has a new GPS-based program to help find dementia patients who wander. It seems like an upgrade to the Safe Return program, which I purchased for my dad. I still have his bracelet--I don't know why I wanted it. Rather than try to explain it, ... Read More
Wellness & Health in Lincoln Park
Wednesday, October 28th, 2009 by Lisa Reichert
I have exciting news to share with you I am spreading my practice east to Lincoln Park and am accepting a limited number of patients. You can join me in a cozy room in Partners in Wellness at 1967 N. Dayton. The office is just 1 block west of Halsted and and just around... Read More
Sunday, October 25th, 2009 by Judy Barnes Baker
I was probably one of the first people to pre-order the new book, The 6 Week Cure for the Middle Aged Middle, by Drs. Michael and Mary Dan Eades. When the publication date passed and others were already blogging and posting about it, and I still hadn't received my copy,... Read More
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