Once again author Rudy Mazzocchi ventures into the shadowy world of controversial medical technologies. In his first thriller, Equity of Evil, the author revealed a dark world involving abortion, human trafficking and organ cultures. In this his latest instalment and 2nd book in the series, Equity of Fear, he boldly delves into subjects of the…
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When starting my research for this week's topic, I came across this BRILLIANT advice from the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons posted under "Preventing Back Pain: Tips for New Moms" and I quote:
Raise your hand if this did not magically happen for you. I have both…Continue
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Because my life’s passion is centered on the fundamentals of the overall well-being of children I see everything through the perspective of a mother, grandmother and parenting coach.…Continue
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It’s Kindergarten time and we and when I say “we” I say that loosely as I rather mean “I” as Mom! Mom has had to deal with; lice, cold, flu, fevers, pink eye, growing pains, nightmares, teething, etc.
My husband works during the day so, I get it, I…Continue
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Know the great thing about getting older? No? Well, me neither! There's certainly not a whole lot that I find entertaining about the wrinkles, the aches and pains, the eye baggage, the gray hairs, the sleeplessness, and worst of all, the damn hot flashes! Seriously, is this the kind of thanks we get for shooting the future of America out of our uterus way back…Continue
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If you have Fibromyalgia or Chronic Pain, it becomes very difficult to tell symptoms apart from other more serious illnesses!
In this blog post, I talk about 2 friends who both have Fibro but with very different approaches to SECONDARY symptoms & illnesses that often accompany Fibromyalgia.
Also, take a look at the extensive "medical" list of known symptoms. Please…Continue
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The health benefits of incorporating Omega-3 fatty acids into our diet is nothing new. We have learned from other cultures that these fats are healthy. Some of these cultures such as the Inuit in Greenland eat as much as 40% of their diets in fat. However, these people have low rates of diabetes, heart disease and degenerative joint disease. The reason for this is their fatty diets are…Continue
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Denial is a word that has constantly stayed under the radar for many years. A lot of times we avoid the truth for fear of being hurt.We all at one time or
another have battled this demon of denial. Please don't be a victim of
denial it can ruin your life and your children's.Take this year and
transform your mind one day at a time. If I can do it you can. But today
on this blog we are going to heal from being in denial.…
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I no longer have a nursling. I was very lucky to be able to continue nursing my youngest as long as I did, just over 2 years. YAY. I do have mixed feelings about it though. Nursing definitely wasn't something that came easy and I haven't always wanted to nurse my babies.
With my first our nursing relationship was a…
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I read this post today from Bored Mommy who is anything but boring. Someone left a bizarre comment about how being a Mommy (or Mummy) rather than a Parent, is somehow undignified and infantile. It's incredible, really.
I am Mummy, okay…
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