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August Monthly Events Calendar (09)
It is Cataract Awareness Month. More than half of all Americans develop cataracts by age 80. The good news is, cataracts are one of the most curable forms of vision loss. Don't put off getting regular eye check ups.
Act Like a Lady, Think like a Man - Book Review
At first glance you donít expect relationship words of wisdom from Comedian and actor Steve Harvey but that is exactly what you get in his book.
Kids' Time Out - Make It A Night, Any Night
Want to give your kids some qualily family time? Maybe it is time to revamp reorganize your days and evenings.
July Monthly Events (09)
Everyone knows that the U.S. celebrates Independence Day on July 4, but July is also National Hemochromatosis Screening and Awareness Month. Please visit the iron disorders site to learn about this very serious disease.
Living a charmed life - Book Review
Victoria Moran's "Living a charmed life - your guide to finding magic in every moment of every day", is a lovely book that is filled with information that will inspire you. Read this book and pass the positive affirmations on to your family and friends.
Sister Love, Sister Estrangement?
When a woman is estranged from her sister can the damage be repaired? A popular ABC newsmagazine show is asking the same question and seeks sisters who haven't communicated in more than a year and who would like to reconnect.
June Monthly Events (09)
June is Menís Health Month. We so seldom talk about menís health problems, especially those that are preventable. This is a good time to learn about early detection and treatment of disease among the men and boys in your life. And remember, June 21 is Father's Day.
The Ten-Year Nap - Book Review
The women in Meg Wolitzerís novel have much in common. In addition to being close friends each woman, for her own reason, made a decision to become a stay-at-home mom.
Are You Ready for That Job Interview?
Some questions have become standards that every interviewer asks potential employees. However, there are no standard answers. Still, there are some doīs and donīts that can help when answering those standard questions.
Health and Wellness - Everything Old is New Again
I clip items that make me smile. I have a tongue-in-check medicine timeline snippet that not only made me smile, it inspired me pull out my dog-eared copy of BACK TO EDEN, a classic book promoting health and wellness through natures bounty.
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