Interesting Articles
Unlocking The Wrong Door
Wednesday, July 13th, 2011 by DragosRoua
My first car was a wreck. A real wreck. The make was Dacia and the model was Nova. The color was metal blue and the engine was a 1.4 liter gasoline. The doors werent closing right and rear window exploded one very cold winter while I was waiting at a red light. Dont ask... Read More
A Blogger Worst Nightmare Was Realized Today
Wednesday, July 13th, 2011 by lifeofthedifferentlyabled
Thank god for windows there onscreen keyboard is saving my day as a blogger. I went apartment hunting for an accessible apartmentand per usual came out empty-handed. Then I came home to discover that some of the keys on my Continue reading Read More
Sharing Lives
Wednesday, July 13th, 2011 by samiirh
When we trekked earlier in the 90s it was in small groups. We knew each other well and had that bonding and trust that made trekking with each other such a pleasure. We were a family. Those bonds have even today stood the test of time. I relive those wonderful days when... Read More
Amanda Knox Condemned by British Tabloids who Now Implode Under the Weight of Their Own Lies and Moral Dissitude
Wednesday, July 13th, 2011 by Doug Bremner
The British tabloids who condemned the innocent Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito for the murder of Meredith Kercher with their string of lies, like they had tried to clean up a murder scene, or were drug freaked sex maniacs gone wild, are now slumping down under the w... Read More
Maximizing a Job Search By Using Local and Niche Job Boards and Search Engines
Tuesday, July 12th, 2011 by Cliffprf Mintz
Chris Russell, the owner of Secrets of the Job Hunt website, created an informative podcast that details the use of local and niche job boards and search engines like JobJobHealth to increase the likelihood of finding a job. While Monster, Careerbuilder, Indeed and Simp... Read More
Building Better Bone Health
Tuesday, July 12th, 2011 by Andrea Purcell
I was sitting around with a group of my colleagues the other day and we were discussing Integrative medicine and how it always seemed to have the other side of the story.Lets take bone health for example. When we think of bone health we instantly think of bone mineral d... Read More
Is it Selfish to Want a Second, Third, or Fourth (etc.) Child?
Tuesday, July 12th, 2011 by ddavanport
If youve been blessed to have had a child either through infertility treatment, the old fashioned way, or through adoption, is it selfish to want another one or two or three Are you tempting fate No one questions your desire when youre trying for your first. In fact, mo... Read More
A Dozen Ways to Get Moving
Tuesday, July 12th, 2011 by Lynn Jaffee
You have heard of the endless benefits of physical activity; you dont need a lecture from me. You know it can lower your risk of heart attacks and stroke, strengthen your bones, improve your mood, and even make you look better. On any level, exercise is the closest thin... Read More
A Lesson for Casey Anthony
Tuesday, July 12th, 2011 by Linda Burke-Galloway
The jury has spoken and Casey Anthony will be released in exactly seven days. Ironically, her release from jail falls on a Sunday, when most people are communing with their Lord. I wonder if thats an omen. Orlando is a small town, contrary to its prominent persona of to... Read More
Daily Bite: Should You Get that Mole Checked?
Tuesday, July 12th, 2011 by eHealthGuide
Skin cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer throughout the world. Fortunately, many types of skin cancer are entirely treatable, provided that they are caught early enough. Read on for some indicators of when to have a mole checked out by a professional. If ... Read More
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