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Fringe Season 5 Episode 11 "The Boy Must Live" | Watch FREE Online Stream by vannialford2590 Posted Fri 11 Jan 2013 3:39pm Fringe Season 5 Episode 11 "The Boy Must Live" | Watch FREE Online Stream As time dramatically ticks down toward the end of this acclaimed series, Peter, Olivia and Walter stop at nothing to save the universe from Observer rule. Walter enters the infamous deprivation tank in an attempt to uncover a key piece of information about the mys ... Read on »
"It's tough leading a holistic life" by Vanessa S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 29 May 2009 10:33pm Going through my filing cabinet the other day, I stumbled upon my funny file. Yes, I have a file folder labeled "Funny." We all should! I found a funny (of course) article called, "It' s tough leading a holistic life." The author is unknown, though I swear, I could have written half of it! Those in the holistic field will especially appreciate th ... Read on »
White Noise: What is it, and How Can it Help us Fall Asleep? by Kodjoworkout Posted Mon 17 Sep 2012 8:30am Many people have trouble falling asleep because their brain focuses on every noise. Whether the neighbor’s dog is barking, there is traffic in the distance or your spouse is watching television in another room, any noise can keep your brain working overtime and not let you f ... Read on »
Getting high doesn’t make you creative by Douglas E. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Fri 25 Jun 2010 6:46pm Beethoven reportedly drank wine about as often as he wrote music, and was an alcoholic or at least a problem-drinker. At least five U.S. writers who won the Nobel Prize for Literature have been considered alcoholics. Scientist Carl Sagan was reportedly a regular user of marijuana until his death in 1996. Richard Feynman (Nobel Prize in ... Read on »
Play ‘therapy’ – Thomas the Tank Engine and his enemies by Maddy M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 9:40pm I have a deep-seated love/ hate relationship with toy trains. It stems from many decades ago when my baby brother turned five. My father produced box upon box of wide gauge tracks and clock work trains, Pre-War. My brother was only mildly interested but I was enthralled, but I was also the wrong sex. Play with trains was restricted to t ... Read on »
a little sleep deprivation can go a long way in a race... by meg o Posted Sat 25 Jun 2011 12:00am I went to bed early last night but I could NOT sleep.  My mind was racing and I could not calm down.  Pre-race nerves to the max.  It didn't help that I had garlic on my sandwich at dinner and though I eat it often, for some reason it really messed with my belly and I was having terrible acid reflux.  I finally fell asleep somewhere around 2:30. ... Read on »
Goodbye, Mr. Fish… by Bill S. Health Maven Posted Mon 12 Apr 2010 10:23am He was never officially named.  We would refer to him as “the fish.”  Or “Fishy.”  In his younger days, he was “the bumblebee.”  When we were being formal, he was “Mr. Fish.” And yesterday, he swam away to that great, clear and sparkling aquarium in the sky. Mr. Fish was a Bumblebee Cichlid.  “,” if you’r ... Read on »
Fourteen Reasons You're Not Slee... by passion4living Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:22pm Fourteen Reasons You're Not Sleeping Allison Van Dusen, 07.16.08, 4:00 PM ET Maria Hetem, the 47-year-old owner of a dog grooming salon based in Lebanon, N.J., noticed changes in the way she was sleeping over a decade ago but never thought to talk to a doctor about it. Instead, she sought out medical advice pertaining to her fr ... Read on »
Fourteen Reasons You're Not Slee ... by passion4living Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 7:38pm Fourteen Reasons You're Not Sleeping Allison Van Dusen, 07.16.08, 4:00 PM ET Maria Hetem, the 47-year-old owner of a dog grooming salon based in Lebanon, N.J., noticed changes in the way she was sleeping over a decade ago but never thought to talk to a doctor about it. Instead, she sought out medical advice pertaining to her fr ... Read on »
No, You’re Not “Just Getting Old” by Marilyn Yohe, L.Ac., MAOM Licensed AcupuncturistHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 11 Jun 2014 10:18am Years ago, my co-worker’s daughter turned 17. For some reason this was a hard birthday for her and she complained to her mom that she felt really old. My friend couldn’t help laughing, but her daughter looked her straight in the eye and said, “Mom, I know it doesn’t seem old to you. But this is the oldest I have ever been in my whole entire l ... Read on »