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Making the Choice between Silicone Implants and Saline Implants by jimmytaylor47 Posted Thu 26 Jul 2012 10:06am When it comes to breast implants, women have two choices: silicone breast implants and saline breast implants. Although each implant is filled with different substances, each type of implant has the potential to help the patient achieve the breast size and aesthetics that she desires, making the choice that much more difficult.The d ... Read on »
Raw Vegan Kale Chips, Making Our Own Choices, Not Defending & Explaining Ourselves by LoveVeggiesYoga Posted Wed 21 Apr 2010 4:42pm How's Hump Day going for you?  I had a nice morning with Skylar because remember yesterday when I mentioned that after trying to assemble and dropping the pink trike on my foot , that I brought it to a bike shop for professional assembly?    Well they called and said the trike was ready!  Lightning fast turn-around time! Complete with a Bell ... Read on »
The Caregiver’s Path to Compassionate Decision Making: Making Choices for Those Who Can’t by Thaddeus Pope Doctor of Philosophy Posted Fri 28 May 2010 7:12am My colleague  Viki Kind  has just published a :  The Caregiver’s Path to Compassionate Decision Making: Making Choices for Those Who Can’t.   The Caregiver’s Path guides families and healthcare professionals through the process of making decisions for those who are losing or have lost capacity to think.  Viki Kind has develope ... Read on »
Making the Choice To Be a Work at Home Mom – Part 1 of 3 by Lisa C. Posted Mon 12 Jul 2010 7:00am Those of us who live with chronic illness have a very diverse set of circumstances when it comes to a career as well as parenting. Jill Hart, who lives with a chronic illness, is the founder of the organization Christian Work at Home Moms and is the author of a new book called “ So You Want to ... Read on »
Making the Choice To Be a Work at Home Mom – Part 3 of 3 by Lisa C. Posted Wed 14 Jul 2010 7:00am This is Part 3 (and final part) of Jill Hart’s chapter 1 excerpt from her book So You Want To Be a Work-at-Home Mom can read the previous articles here: _________________________________________________________ Here are five tips for setting priorities in your life and busin ... Read on »
Making the Choice To Be a Work at Home Mom – Part 2 of 3 by Lisa C. Posted Tue 13 Jul 2010 7:00am Yesterday we featured “ Making the Choice To Be a Work at Home Mom – Part 1 of 3 ” Now we are on to Part 2. We’d also love to hear your feedback in the comments below. We know many of you work from home or are considering it. ___________________________________ By Jill Hart, reprint ... Read on »
Making the choice for independence by Chiman Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 10 May 2012 12:00am Home > Attitude and Approach, Fitness for Older Adults > Making the choice for independence May 10, 2012 Stan Cohen Leave a comment Go to comments On a recent trip to Florida I had some moments of clarity conversations with mom. To begin with, mom is halfway be ... Read on »
Childcare - Making the choice by Meeta K. Posted Thu 14 May 2009 4:33pm Soeren's Painting - The theme was to paint the Carnival Clown There comes a point in every parents life when they have to use the resources of a childcare. Whether it is time for mummies to go back to work or your child has reached the age, it is certainly a big step for both - parents and child. What options do you have, how do ... Read on »
making choices about where to challenge ourselves by Dr. Johanna Marie McShane Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Fri 10 Feb 2012 6:38pm When should you push yourself to do something? Figuring that out is not always clear-cut! Sometimes it's a good idea to challenge yourself to take on something, while other times it may not be. Sometimes it's a matter of How much do you want to take on the thing vs How frightened of taking it on are you? And then you've got to think ... Read on »
Eating Elite or Making Choices by Jill N. Registered DieticianHealth Maven Posted Tue 31 Mar 2009 11:35pm I am about to take off on a flight to Denver to go to the International Association of Culinary Professionals conference, so perhaps it is fitting that I have a bag of food with me. Truth is that I would have a bag of food on any flight of more than 2 hours. Here's what I have with me today: hummus, store bought Mary's Gone crackers ... Read on »