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A Torani Taste Test, Just In Time For The Holidays by Julie A. Patient Expert Posted Tue 15 Nov 2011 10:37pm Recently, I received two free bottles of Torani flavored syrup to try in exchange for a product review post on my blog.  Being the coffee and tea lover that I am, I was looking forward to getting these products so as to liven up my drinks a bit and try some new recipes.  However, when my package arrived from Torani, to my disappointment it ... Read on »
Chocolate Tasting Fun by RunEatPlay Posted Thu 20 Jun 2013 11:56am Jaden and I got into a tiny argument yesterday. Maybe you’re thinking who gets into an argument with a six-year old? Well, the argument was about chocolate. So, the answer to your question is everybody. Everybody needs to argue when it comes to being right about chocolate. Jaden, being the six-year old that he is, insisted that dark chocola ... Read on »
Milk was the first step in our t ... by C. L. Posted Fri 12 Dec 2008 4:50pm Milk was the first step in our transition to organic foods, as I first learned about bovine growth hormones ( rBGH ) shortly after getting knocked up way back in 2006. As I had given up soda and all but the bare minimum of caffeine (1 small coffee), I was drinking a lot of milk and it didn’t take much to convince me to switch to organic mil ... Read on »
The Taste of Perkins by Alaina Pozzy Posted Fri 07 Oct 2011 12:08am This evening I was invited to the Fourth Annual Taste of Perkins event at the Perkins School for the Blind. At first, I didn’t think that I would be able to make it due to scheduling, but it ended up that I had the night off. And I am so glad that I attended! Perkins School for the Blind invites guests to the fourth annual “Taste of Perki ... Read on »
Epicurious Brownie Taste Test by marylandceliac Posted Sat 30 Jan 2010 7:12pm Epicurious performed a blind taste test of 21 brownie mixes . Many gluten-free brownie mixes were tested along with gluten mixes. The winner, which beat Betty Crocker, Duncan Hines, Ghirardelli, and Pillsbury classic gluten brownies was Betty Crocker gluten-free brownies! Note the price listed for the Betty Crocker gluten-free brownies is incorr ... Read on »
Blind Leading the Blind in Personal Training Business by John Izzo Patient Expert Posted Mon 23 Nov 2009 10:02pm There is so much talk of entrepreneurs in personal training lately, that you can't help but want to find out more. The sheer idea of running your own business doing what you love is extremely attractive and has the potential to be very lucrative. Or is it? It depends. From time to time, I venture onto to find some cli ... Read on »
How the Brain of a Blind Person Rewires Itself by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 25 Mar 2011 11:45am Do blind people really have a sharpened sense of hearing? What is the explanation? This article reports the work of German researchers who looked at blind people’s brains to try to answer these questions. They found out that indeed, blind people can understand speech even if sped up beyond the maximum rate that sighted people can understand. ... Read on »
Blind to the Person with the Illness by Valash Posted Fri 06 Jan 2012 12:00am Recovering from schizophrenia is an ongoing learning experience- what I learn about myself, peers, and research. Whenever I share my personal experience I try to use appropriate terminology to not offend, misrepresent, or make it sound too traumatic and without hope- Yes, schizophrenia can be a debilitating illness, however, it can also be very ... Read on »
Nguyen Phuoc Thien is the first Vietnamese blind person to graduate from college. by EyeDrD Posted Mon 08 Oct 2012 7:30am Commentary: I just want to share life stories of visually-impaired persons who has succeeded to have a meaningful life. I just want to share my admiration for those people and hope people should embrace life fully as whatever may present … Continue reading → From: Eye Dr DeLengocky Read on »
Test Radventure: 100% Raw by Diana D. Patient Expert Posted Wed 12 Aug 2009 10:52pm Today I embarked on the ultimate Radventure: eating nothing but 100% raw food for a whole day. Going into it, I was excited to eat abundant amounts of all my favorite produce, but I was also nervous that it would come as a great shock to my system. Not so. If anything, I feel better than I normally do, aside from a wee headache ... Read on »