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SimpleSolution2HealthyAgain

Selangor, Malaysia
We are changing thousands of lives around the world, reaping huge rewards of life extension, improved quality of life and the curing of so-called incurable diseases. This group will bring you up to date on the news, benefits and treatments and opportunities available in the world. Committed to quality ingredients, extensive research and unique formulas, we manufactures and distributes safe, effective and innovative products with a perfect blend of science and nature. We incorporate the... Full Bio
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Serene Kitchen

Charleston, South Carolina
Health and food writer. Lover of all things yoga. Writes for Discovery Health, SereneKitchen.com, TreeHugger, and Planet Green.  

alupussurvivor

Kingsport, Tennessee
Seeking fellow lupus survivors from internet social networking communities. Its been over a decade since my initial diagnosis, so I consider myself a "lupus survivor" with valuable experience. I started a biographical collection of blogs, Ardent Cerebrations: Musings of a Lupus Survivor! at http://alupussurvivor.blogspot.com It defines this lupus survivor by her spirit, mind, body,...

Barbsplace

Moorpark, California
I'm an illustrator, semi-retired. I love to read and have numerous books which I collect and sell, online. I'm very fond of animals, especially dogs. My main community is on the net altho I could be much more active if I could motivate myself. I live in Southern California but am from North Carolina. I've lived in several states, mainly in the South. Probably, Washington, DC was my favorite...

Kukhahnyoga

Santa monica, California
Angela’s love for yoga began in 2003 after a car accident challenged her to find a way to rehab her knees. She ended up in a beautiful little studio called the Adiaya Yoga Sanctuary were her love for yoga began under the guidance of teachers Di Tysen and Rachel Sellars. After successfully rehabbing both knees her curiosity grew, realizing the powerful...

Dr. Ben

Seattle, Washington
Ben graduated from the University of Washington with a bachelor of science in Cell and Molecular Biology. While at the UW, Ben rowed three years for the Huskies on the varsity crew team. At the end of his Junior year, Ben took a year off to travel throughout the South Pacific and SE Asia. Ben volunteered with Mother Teresa in Calcutta, worked as one of seven cowboys on a seven million acre...