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  • Warning - Dangerous Bacteria Outbreak In Some Cantaloupe & Romaine Lettuce

    Do you enjoy eating cantaloupe? Recent news has shown that there have been 13 deaths related to an outbreak of bacteria (called Listeria) that is contaminating some cantaloupes. It is being reported that 72 people have been infected in 18 states. It is also being reported that the incubation period could...
    Posted to Weblog by parker on 09-30-2011
  • 5 Ways to Live Longer and Healthier

    One of these 5 ideas could help drive your games with the Grim Reaper into overtime. Live in High Altitudes A study in Switzerland shows that people who live at high altitudes had a 22 percent lower risk of dying of coronary heart disease. Although no one is positive, it is believed that because of the...
    Posted to Weblog by benderesque on 03-07-2011
  • The Blue Man Returns!

    A year and a half ago in March, Paul Karason came on the Today Show to talk about his abnormally blue skin color due to his use of colloidal silver. Mr. Karason started taking colloidal silver around the time of his father's death because of some stress induced skin problems. When he took the colloidal...
    Posted to Weblog by cstanton on 09-10-2009
  • Swine Flu Symptoms

    With “swine flu” having been confirmed to be quickly spreading throughout the US, many people are in a panic to check online for the symptoms of this potential epidemic. More important than where this disease might be showing up is whether or not it could be affecting you or a loved one. At this time...
    Posted to Weblog by parker on 04-29-2009
  • Migraines

    I believe that when I compare child birth (I’ve been through it twice) and migraine headaches, I prefer to give birth. Isn’t that a crazy thing to say? And yet, I meet many migraine sufferers who say the same thing. The pain associated with a migraine headache, combined with the sickness your body goes...
    Posted to Weblog by parker on 03-30-2009
  • The explanation, the bitterness, and the body parts that go along with it. (A badly written extended metaphor).

    I came to the conclusion that I was bitter by observing the people around me interact with me. You may say “well no shit, asshole, how else would you do it”, but fuck you, I’m writing the blog here. It has become apparent, throughout the course of my life, especially in the later years of high school...
    Posted to Weblog by bp07c on 01-19-2009
  • Does a bad economy make people more healthy?

    I was reading a really interesting article in the New York Times today about the how when the Economy goes into a recession that the over all heath of people gets better. I know that it sounds a little backwards if you think about it. If you have a booming economy people tend not to exorcise as much...
    Posted to Weblog by willburns1 on 10-07-2008
  • The Benefits of Fevers

    I always used to wonder why we get fevers. What benefit could our body possibly have by purposely overheating us, sometimes to the point of near brain damage? A couple weeks ago I was teaching my student about the immune system and was somewhat surprised when I learned what fevers actually do. When you...
    Posted to Forum by mike on 06-18-2008
  • Inspire

    I recently came across an online health community with roughly 700 groups discussing topics ranging from alternative medicine to lung cancer, from sexual health for seniors to pregnancy and childbirth. What I'm finding valuable is a group sponsored by NORD, the National Organization for Rare Diseases...
    Posted to Forum by writer lady on 06-06-2008
  • Re: Bacteria that eats antibiotics

    I agree, Mike. It seems all we hear is how antibiotics are becoming resistant to fighting off disease when we need the extra boost. Not that I'd run to the doctor every time I had a sniffle - I try to let my body handle it and produce it's own antibodies, which is the best course most of the...
    Posted to Forum by Cae on 06-06-2008
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