Health knowledge made personal
WellPage for Gray Or Pale Complexion
+ Bookmark › Share
Search posts:

Gray Or Pale Complexion - Articles

Finally! My kind of snow! by gailrae Patient Expert Posted Fri 20 Feb 2009 7:22pm     Snow started falling a day later than predicted: Saturday instead of Friday, and in fits and starts. The delay and the initial amount disappointed me. I figured, as with all the other promised snows this season, we might get a thin frosting that would ice the crumbs down then disappear in 12 hours. It snowed enough on Saturday, though, for ... Read on »
Τα φάγαμε όλοι μαζί (We ate it all together) by Maria Verivaki Patient Expert Posted Sun 29 Dec 2013 12:00am The following story was inspired by the recent tragic death of a 13-year-old Serbian gir l from carbon monoxide poisoning, due to the lack of heating and the  electricity being disconnected in her home .  some time in September... The old tenant Borys was now owing three rents, and had promised the landlord that he wou ... Read on »
overthe palings It was the pole round which by xjykobe Posted Thu 01 Aug 2013 10:06am So at last heran away, frightening the little birds in the hedge as he flew overthe palings It was the pole round which the boys hadbuilt him up It was on a winter day, one of those days inwhich one has a couple of hours of daylight, with a gray sky "I hope it is not natural," said the princess"You have hardly been in service a week, and are alrea ... Read on »
My Inner Debate – Pale or Tanned? by OnlyNatureBlog Patient Expert Posted Fri 06 Dec 2013 10:05pm It’s around this time of year that my skin really starts to turn. Yes, I have to deal with all the ravages to the skin that winter brings, but it’s not dryness or dehydration that I’m talking about. Already a pale girl, over the winter my skin goes from pale to… well, white as a sheet. My skin goes far beyond p ... Read on »
A Natural Guide to Improving Energy: Managing Adrenal Fatigue, Chronic Fatigue, Adrenal insufficiency, Extreme Fatigue and Adren by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 06 Feb 2014 8:09am Getting Re-Energized: A Guide to Supporting Your Adrenals To understand the importance of the adrenals in your body’s response to stress, let’s start by looking at what your adrenals glands do. Your adrenal glands are essential to life as they help you cope with all types of stress. As part of the endocrine system, their rol ... Read on »
OPI Katy Perry Series by whoisdfjl0 Posted Fri 30 Nov 2012 2:01am Clothing is one of the basic requirements of humankind. There are also many different types of clothing that are worn by different people according to application and people's preference and tastes. Cloths also vary according to class. The most common type of clothing is the shirt. NFL Jerseys Shirts are worn by people of all age-groups and classe ... Read on »
Our Wedding: The Flowers by Carly Posted Tue 03 Jan 2012 10:16pm It’s finally time to begin a series of wedding posts describing all the details that brought our big day together.  We’ve received the photos from our photographer, and I can’t wait to show them to you! Before I begin, I want to explain why I am doing these posts: I planned our wedding on a budget.  It wasn’t exactly a small budget, but, I a ... Read on »
Kevorkian : You Don't Know Jack by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Sat 24 Apr 2010 9:31pm Your opinion on assisted suicide for persons suffering from Alzheimer's disease?.... By Bob DeMarco Alzheimer's Reading Room Last night, HBO premiered its new film on Jack Kevorkian -- You Don't Know Jack. Dr. Kevorkians' first assisted suicide patient, Janet Adkins, suffered from Alzheimer's disease. Janet A ... Read on »
Pale Face: Tales of a Makeup Wakeup Diva by Jan Hasak Posted Thu 09 Jun 2011 10:45pm Last month I won a blog contest from which I received a cosmetic bible for women over 40: Makeup Wakeup. The generous sponsor of this giveaway, Brenda Coffee, head of, met up with the authors of this book, Lois Joy Johnson and Sandy Linter, in a Dallas Neiman Marcus store.  Lois is one of the founding editors and the ... Read on »
Swimming with Ernest by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Oct 2009 11:01pm In the early fall of this year we traveled to a city in the hills next to a lake that looked across the farmland towards the plains. In the lake were water plants, long and soft, dark in the morning light, and the water was grey and dark, still in the October morning. Crowds went by and down the road to the water. And the noise around them ... Read on »