Friday, 15 Aug 2014 02:45 PM By Charlotte Libov With tributes flowing in for Robin Williams, the chief medical official at the National Parkinson’s Foundation is hopeful the comedian’s passing will help raise awareness of the disease and the “double … Continue reading Robin Williams’ Other Legacy: Raising Parkinson’s Awareness, Funding
Friday, 08 Aug 2014 09:45 AM By Nick Tate In new research that provides yet another reason to raise a glass to toast your health, two large studies — one covering 52 countries and the other from Scandinavia — have … Continue reading Doctor: Drinking Can Help Your Heart. Moderate Drinking: How Much Alcohol is Too Much?
Nina Hodjat is a lawyer and specialist in constitutional law. She says the biggest mistake citizens make in dealing with the police is providing too much information. Most people try to “cooperate” with police… but they just end up providing … Continue reading This is the No. 1 mistake people make that will get them arrested….Know your rights!
Tuesday, 12 Aug 2014 11:32 AM By Charlotte Libov Mental health experts are hoping that the apparent suicide of actor-comedian Robin Williams will turn a national spotlight on depression, and help others find treatment for this devastating disease, a top … Continue reading Robin Williams’ Death Spotlights Mental Health Stigma
“What Was Your Name Again?” Have you ever had to ask this to the person you just met (and who told you their name less than a minute ago)? Or worse, you’ve forgotten their name twice and now you’re trying to … Continue reading What Was Your Name Again? Learn How To Never Ask This Question
By Frederic Patenaude A raw food diet, an even a high-raw diet, has huge advantages. Otherwise, nobody would do it! (Either as a short-term plan or long-term.) Let’s take a good look at what the benefits are, but also understand … Continue reading The Benefits of Raw Foods Explained: What Do Raw Food Diets Work? It’s Not What You Think…
by Mark Ford Paul T., a Palm Beach Letter subscriber, sent me the following “confession”: I have no savings, no significant assets, and bad credit due to having to file bankruptcy after 2008. And to make matters worse, I just … Continue reading Battered, Broke, Bankrupt, and Old?
Dangers of High Fructose Corn Syrup Wednesday, 06 Aug 2014 04:08 PM By Dr. Brownstein The past 40 years have seen parallel increases in soft drink intake and obesity in the United States. Unbelievably, the average consumption of sweetened soft … Continue reading Dangers of High Fructose Corn Syrup & 5 Reasons Why It Will Kill You
The solution to bullying lies in self-confidence for both parties Published on December 16, 2013 by Robert Evans Wilson, Jr. in The Main Ingredient According to the National Association of Learning Disabilities: “The average bullying episode lasts only 37 … Continue reading Bullies and Victims are Opposite Sides of the Same Coin
The decision to bring two American aid workers infected with Ebola back to the United States has kicked up controversy, causing some to fear a local outbreak of the killer virus. But experts in infectious disease say there’s close to … Continue reading US Ebola Outbreak: Is It Possible?