On Thursday April 14, 2011 ABC announced the cancellation two of my favorite Soap Operas “All My Children” and “One Life to Live”; they are two of the longest running shows on daytime television. Even though there had been rumors Continue reading “Save the drama for your mama” … can ABC SOAPS be saved?
Every business needs to thrive, and to do so, it must be in “good health”… have you done a check-up on your brand lately? You take your car to the shop if it’s not acting right, and you would immediately Continue reading Is your brand in need of a health check?
This is just a short follow-up post to “show” you the importance of Diabetes testing.
Remember when I told you about my son getting diagnosed last year; and that as a young adult he is in the “honeymoon phase” between Type 1 and Type 2? See my post this week; “Diabetes doesn’t have to slow you down” – Alert Day – Get Tested! I thought about it strongly and decided I should have my son go back to the doctor this month for a follow-up (even though he wasn’t due until June); for the past few months he has just been on Januvia, we stopped the Metformin because he was losing so much weight. Since he was so depressed, the doctor let him cheat some and STILL his sugar levels have NEVER gone over 110 (should not go over 140)… so, I made an appointment and we got the lab work done and went to see the doctor this morning. Continue reading Diabetes has a wing
Today, March 22nd is Diabetes Alert Day; I want to support the ADA in spreading the word… it is a one-day “wake-up” call asking the American public to take the Diabetes Risk Test to find out if they are at risk for developing Type 2 Diabetes. You can take the Diabetes Risk Test now!
I am especially worried about young adults and teens – the YOUNG American public, who may not visit their doctor too often; or they are away from home at college or for whatever reason doesn’t think they are “old enough” to have Diabetes. In the minds of some young people, they associate all illnesses with “getting older” or “not taking care of yourself”. Diabetes has no label at all; you can be any age, race or religion. However, race, age, your weight and family history “can” determine whether you are at risk. I am posting this blog, in honor of my son, who was diagnosed with Diabetes this year.
It is important to take the test, and I will tell you why… Continue reading “Diabetes doesn’t have to slow you down” – Alert Day – Get Tested!
First New Lupus Drug in 56 Years; Reduces Lupus Activity, May Cut Steroid Need
The fantastic news was reported this week; on March 9, 2011 … we have all been waiting to hear this… finally… The FDA has approved Benlysta, the first new lupus drug since 1955. Continue reading New Lupus Drug Benlsta Approved
Quick Sciatic Nerve Pain Relief – FREE TELEMINAR THIS WEEK!
“How To End Your Sciatic Nerve Pain Now And Keep It Away For Good!”
I am NOT KIDDING!!!
Mark your calendar! Tuesday March 8th at 8 pm EST. Continue reading Quick Sciatic Nerve Pain Relief – Mark your calendar! Tuesday March 8th at 8 pm EST.
Why keep aspirin by your bedside?
About Heart Attacks
There are other symptoms of an heart attack besides the pain on the left arm.
One must also be aware of an intense pain on the chin, as well as nausea and lots of sweating, however these symptoms may also occur less frequently. Continue reading Why keep aspirin by your bedside?
Many health conditions can lead to heart disease and other illnesses… one of the first preventable diseases that we can halt is gum disease.
Gum Disease: An All-Too-Common Problem
If left untreated, this oral health problem can damage more than your gums. Gum disease has been linked to an increased risk of heart disease, stroke and other health problems. Continue reading Heart Watch # 1- Prevent/Treat Gum Disease
We first heard the band Civil Twilight when their song “Quiet In My Town” served as the CODA and ended episode #6.03 of One Tree Hill which was centered around the death and funeral of Quentin Fields, a Tree Hill Continue reading We’re Listening to Civil Twilight
I love both versions for different reasons, and I am thankful that they kept Michael’s voice … long live the King! Continue reading We are the world … long live the king