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Wearing Red May Boost Sex Appeal by The Pure Bed Posted Thu 04 Jun 2009 12:00am An excerpt from a Health article at  Read the entire article here . Does wearing the color red give you a sexual edge? Maybe, according to a new study, which found that men find women sexier if they’re sporting a crimson hue rather than, say, blue or green. However, red won’t make you look smarter or more ... Read on »
EAR PROBLEMS, EYE PROBLEMS, AND PET FOOD CONCERNS by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 27 May 2012 12:00am The long Memorial Day weekend unofficially marks the beginning of summer for most of the United States.  As we memorialize the men and women who have served our country in the military, it's been refreshing to read about our troops coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan, hasn't it?  Thanks to all who served! Helpful Buckeye ha ... Read on »
All About the Kids by Rational Jenn Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 30 Nov 2010 1:30pm I don't think I've written much about what the kids are up to lately, at least from a developmental sort of perspective. Follow me on Twitter or find me on Facebook for cute pics and funny conversations--I realize I used to post more of those to the blog, but now I find it much easier to use Twitter and FB. This is a long post, and may not intere ... Read on »
Technology Tidbits by Ashley's Mom Patient Expert Posted Thu 24 Jun 2010 12:00am Because I believe the appropriate application of technology could hold a key piece of the future’s puzzle for our children with significant disabilities, I love to peruse technology websites. Probably also contributing to that interest is the fact that I am a computer engineer, but the things that catch my eye always are products that could ... Read on »
The Latest In Smithville by StacieSmith Posted Mon 18 Jul 2011 12:56am We have tried to dodge growth hormone shots for Gavin for quite some time now.  It just made us sick to think about it.  First of all, the idea of making Gavin take a shot 6 nights a week wasn't so appealing.  But I know he would soon grow accustomed to it and do fine.  More than the physical act was the fear that if any cancer cells were floatin ... Read on »
Fascinating new article in Nature: 'Gene therapy for red–green colour blindness in adult primates' by Gualtiero P. Patient Expert Posted Mon 12 Oct 2009 10:00pm From the abstract: Classic visual deprivation experiments have led to the expectation that neural connections established during development would not appropriately process an input that was not present from birth. Therefore, it was believed that the treatment of congenital vision disorders would be ineffective unless administered to the very y ... Read on »
Green Children’s Literature: Love is the Color of a Rainbow by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Wed 30 May 2012 12:00am Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to for updates on this topic. I am a pretty harsh critic of children’s literature and music.  I am mostly annoyed by the samples we are sent.  Today, I was pleasantly surprised when I opened an old package containing the lovely book Love is the Color of a Rainbow . ... Read on »
Color Blind or Color Conscious? by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Sat 01 Mar 2014 12:00am By Cathy Jameson While I was taking an introductory college course on the history of education, segregation and discrimination came up.  We spent several classes discussing those topics and what role they played in the school setting.  As the discussions intensified, the phrase “color blind vs. color conscious” entered the con ... Read on »
Television Ain't Black And White No More- It's Color and the Color is Green! by A. Brewster S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 10 Oct 2010 12:10pm It began in the music industry- the idea of green packaging, I mean.  But, then it spread to tv- tv packaging for those games. Games called ps3 games - and in it's own little way that's how lcd television turned green.    Let's face it, in a lot of ways, television is just not very eco-friendly.  The tv uses a lot of energy.  If the us ... Read on »
White Boys Most Prone to Color Blindness, Study Finds by Medline Plus Posted Thu 03 Apr 2014 7:00pm Important to test preschoolers for condition, because it hampers ability to do well on color-coded schoolwork Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Color Blindness , Health Disparities Read on »