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Do You Live within the Environment Created by Your Choices? by Dr. Hal S. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Sat 29 Nov 2008 11:35am This is a very important question for you to answer.  Who or what is determining the environment where you live?  As we all know we are in a recession.  The economy is bad.  People are losing their jobs and their homes.  Economic security is disappearing from all of our lives.  With all of these bad things happening it would be natural to feel ... Read on »
Barrier-free living environment for persons with disabilities - by stuart Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 10:20pm The information found below might benefit those living with a disability in the State of Florida. I only write Florida, because this is where this company exists. I would think that for those living outside of Florida, that similar services might be available. Housing and Assistive Technology, Inc. (HAT) provides design solutions for indepen ... Read on »
Creating Flower Arrangements to Decorate One’s Living Environment by Amanda Patient Expert Posted Sun 15 Apr 2012 4:16pm Creatively arranged flowers provide a warming welcome into every room of your home. Whether you order flowers online , frequent your local luxury florists for some exotic specimens, or choose to harvest blooms from your own garden, flowers have the power to enhance the appearance of a room, freshen the air and emanate feelings of warmth and viv ... Read on »
Are You Living In a Toxic Environment by Davalos & McCormack. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Jun 2009 11:13am I used to think that being healthy, losing weight, sticking with an exercise program was just a matter of will power. If you were fat or slovenly or had bad habits it was just because you lacked the fortitude to change your lifestyle and take care of yourself. Then I grew up and discovered that the world is really a lot more complicated than I ... Read on »
Are You Living In a Toxic Environment by Shirley Davalos & Kevin McCormack Patient Expert Posted Thu 18 Jun 2009 12:56pm I used to think that being healthy, losing weight, sticking with an exercise program was just a matter of will power. If you were fat or slovenly or had bad habits it was just because you lacked the fortitude to change your lifestyle and take care of yourself. Then I grew up and discovered that the world is really a lot more complicated than I ... Read on »
new live-work environment by Donna Peach Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Sep 2010 12:00am After my surgery in early 2009 we had to move to a new place because the former could not accommodate my walker and other fine mobility accessories. We moved to a live-work loft that we anticipated would allow us to … Continue reading → Read on »
new live-work environment: part 2 by Donna Peach Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 Sep 2010 12:00am Readers have asked why my husband and I would move under our circumstances and particularly when we had moved only last year to a place that ostensibly was our dream loft. We are finally out. Out of the prison of … Continue reading → Read on »
Is Living Primal Good for the Environment? by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 03 Oct 2008 9:28am Thanks for the great topic suggestion, Son of Grok. It is interesting that as we rid our body of waste, we seem to do the same for the planet. Funny how that works out. The reduction of artificial wastes and packaging materials is probably the most tangible benefit to the environment, but following the Primal Blueprint to a tee can be incredibly ... Read on »
Health Freedom Kick-off and an Environment for Health Freedom live from Long Beach! by RSBell Posted Sat 27 Mar 2010 12:00am Radio broadcast on Sunday, March 28, 2010 from 1 PM to 3 PM EDT: Some argue that health insurance reform may be of benefit to some people, but what they neglect to acknowledge is that there is no authority for the government to force us to buy a product, whether it's helpful or not. I would add that this particular product happens ... Read on »
LIVE OAK PARK: Meditative Strolling and Reflective Lolling in the Wild (and Urban) Environs of Berkeley's First Nature Park by Gambolin Man Posted Mon 21 Feb 2011 8:28pm A small parcel of gently sloping land, cleft by a small ravine, is nestled in a pretty neighborhood two minutes away on foot from my North Berkeley residence – and a creek runs through it. Not just any creek, but Codornices Creek, named after the many California quail who once graced the area. Codornices is one of dozens of primordial East Ba ... Read on »