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Nordic Walking Poles Are Helping To Make Walking More Effective For Most And Doable For Many Who Thought They Couldn't by NordicWalkingUSA Posted Tue 09 Jun 2009 7:22am Over seven million Europeans are Nordic Walking with special Nordic Ski Walking Poles (ALL ages and ALL fitness levels). This amazing new fitness activity turbo charges the normal walking regimen. Not only does Nordic Walking burn up to 40% more calories than regular walking, it automatically improves walking posture and helps to reduce the s ... Read on »
Working on Walking by Christina Molin Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 4:35pm The instructions from last weeks PT is to keep working on the sideways walking with Vince. He is doing great! I am so proud of him. He still does not like walking forward with things, he tends to just try to climb over them instead… But he easily stands up, reaches for the highest point he can reach and then tries to pull it down. This place ... Read on »
PET SITTERS, ANEMIA, AND "DUE DATE".... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 31 Oct 2010 12:00am As we move into November, many of you who leave food and water bowls outdoors for your pets will be bringing the containers inside for the winter.  This would be a good time to follow some great advice from the Center for Veterinary Medicine at the Food & Drug Administration.  Here is their advice You may think of your dogs or cats as fam ... Read on »
First Issue of Plant Healer Journal Now Available by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 07 Dec 2010 8:04pm Subscribe & Download Issue #1 Now! Free Sample With Excerpts Limited Time Introductory Subscription Offer Holiday Discount Gift Subscriptions The first issue of the much anticipated Plant Healer Magazine is now available for download on your personal membership page at the Plant Healer site.  If you haven’t subscri ... Read on »
A Super Post! by The Runner Wife Posted Mon 05 Oct 2009 10:03pm Am I the world’s next Superwoman? Superstar? Super Goofball? All of the above? Please enjoy Part I of my Super Post! Super Strength One of my coworkers, K, is a gym superstar and she was kind enough to give me a 1-week pass to her super swanky gym ( Sports Club LA ). She’s a class junkie so I got suckered into four (kinda 6) classes fro ... Read on »
Baring it All for the Cause by d.o.ctor Posted Wed 19 Aug 2009 12:00am There's nothing like stripping down to your scivvies in front of 40 people whom you've only known for a week to make you feel like an uber-confident first year. Welcome to OMM lab, folks! OMM (osteopathic manipulative medicine, also called OMT - osteopathic manipulative treatment) is what sets us D.O.s apart from the M.D.s. It teaches us to ... Read on »
Releasing The Supernatural Presence of God by Dave H. Posted Sun 10 Jun 2012 9:00am Every time I listen to Bill Johnson, I’m challenged in some part of my life. Most often it’s in the place of living the kind of life Jesus lived. Call me a fool, but I’m trying to take seriously the fact that Jesus said we would do even greater things than He did. I’d heard this particular message before, but this time his words brou ... Read on »
Past Updates from Friends of Theresa by Theresa Facebook Posted Thu 06 Jan 2011 9:25am 01/05/11 The latest from Theresa... In this household, asking for a simple "picture of all the girls" can take on a life of itself! In order from left to right stands Sara, Emma, Anna, Amanda and Aleela. Having them all under one roof for the holidays was without a doubt, the best gift of the year! Yet mixed with memor ... Read on »
Lessons Learned from a One Year Old by Ann Lovell Patient Expert Posted Mon 30 Nov 2009 10:02pm For the last 13-14 months, I've had the pleasure of living with a baby and watching him grow. There have been lots of little lessons along the way, as I've watched him continually develop and grow from month to month. However, it's been really eye opening for me in the last couple of months, as I've watched him learn to walk. He took his first ... Read on »
Tonsils Out! Perfect. by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted Wed 16 Jun 2010 1:07am I'm just a tad bit critical of, well....everything. I look at everything through eyes that are a bit perfectionist, I's just the way I'm wired. I'm super, super far from perfect, but I do strive to cross every "T", dot every "I", and try not to miss a beat. Our visit to the Children's Hospital of Akron on Monday was nothing short of. ... Read on »