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History of Acupuncture From a fascinating story I recently read: Acupuncture has a clearly recorded history of about 2,000 years, but some authorities claim that it has been practiced in China for some 4,000 years. Th ...
Jan 25 2008 11:53am
I always wondered how they figured out that you could stick needles into someone as a mean ... more
Jan 27 2008 10:43pm
Exercise and history at the same time! For a challenging hike that some of our forebears did, check out the national park at Gettysburg. The hilly terrain in the foothills of the Alleghenies makes for some tough exercise. Remember from y ...
Sep 17 2007 10:40pm
... am sure throughout the USA there are hiking history lessons. Being in California, I can ... more
Sep 19 2007 9:06pm
Hiking with History This Sunday, I will share the day with neighbors and Ken Fisher, our local historian. We will do a 4 hour one way hike through our local canyons while Ken educates us on the history of the early 1900s ...
Sep 27 2007 2:38pm
Funniest moments in Team Rock N' Roll history What was the funniest moment, story or experience of the season for you? Share with the team, we want to relive the fun...
Feb 19 2007 3:43pm
Ummm, when I got in trouble for bringing donuts? more
Mar 07 2007 9:04am
Weightloss with a history of anorexia... I am 22 now, but when I was 15-17 I became mildly anarexic. I got down to only 120, but being built with a bit of muscle, that was quite small. Now being 22 and 170 lb, I need to lose weight (I g ...
Jul 07 2008 10:41am
My best advice is to make an appointment with a dietitian if you think that you may still ... more
Aug 30 2008 10:46am
Little History Racquetball is young. In 1949, a pro tennis player named Joe Sobek from back east wanted an indoor tennis game. He combined handball and tennis came up with paddle racquets, a duosport. Eventually t ...
Aug 28 2007 7:47am
Major Depressive Disorder I am a person, a unique complex individual. My diagnosis does not define who I am. It only describes some of the things that I experience. Major depressive disorder is one way to describe how I feel ...
Aug 23 2008 12:33pm
Thank you jackie.  I really appreciate your comment. more
Jan 12 2010 8:04am
Bleeding issues and Quikclot I have read a couple of blogs regarding excess bleeding associated with Coumadin use, including nose bleeds. I have used a product that has helped tremendously when I've cut or scratched myself. It is ...
Apr 08 2009 8:35pm
We've used this for my mother-in-law!  It really does stop the bleeding quickly.  She's pl ... more
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Apr 18 2009 9:57am
Severely obese fastest-growing overweight group People who are 100 pounds or more overweight are the fastest-growing group of overweight people in the United States, researchers reported Monday. They found the proportion of the severely obese was ...
Apr 17 2007 6:30pm
...to tip or not to tip? We've all been there. You walk into a new experience & haven't a clue what to do... If you're new to massage therapy or receiving spa treatments, here are some tips on what is "normal" Whether yo ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
It's ironic, but tipping really stresses me out! I don't want to be a cheapskate, but I ... more
Mar 13 2008 7:53am