Skin issues

Skin issues like acne, sagging, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation can be distressing, impacting both our appearance and self-esteem. Fortunately, there are various strategies and treatments available that can effectively tackle these common skin concerns. Acne: Acne is one of the most prevalent skin conditions, affecting millions worldwide. It occurs when hair follicles become clogged with oil […]

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Athletes and injuries

Sports injuries are an unfortunate reality for many athletes, ranging from minor strains and sprains to more severe fractures and tears. However, how athletes manage these injuries can significantly impact their recovery and overall performance. Here’s how athletes take care of themselves when faced with sports injuries: When an injury occurs, athletes often take immediate […]

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Always Standing

As an educator, spending long hours on my feet is part of the job description. However, along with the satisfaction of imparting knowledge comes the discomfort of dealing with spider veins. These tiny, web-like veins that appear on the legs can be unsightly and, at times, painful. Over the years, I’ve learned a few strategies […]

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Hormones got you cranky?

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) has emerged as a pivotal treatment in managing the symptoms associated with hormonal imbalances, particularly those related to menopause and andropause. This therapy involves supplementing the body’s natural hormone levels, either to relieve the symptoms of hormone deficiency or to counteract the effects of aging. Understanding the benefits of bio identical […]

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Stop protesting quarantine and stay-at-home orders

Anti-social distancing and anti-stay-at-home order rallies have been popping up around the nation in the last week. There have been planned protests in Pennsylvania, Texas, Wisconsin, Ohio, California and Minnesota.  Please think about what you’re doing. These protests themselves could cause a surge in the spread of the virus. The Pennsylvania gathering alone drew around […]

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Biden was not my first choice, but I’m voting for him

Sen. Bernie Sanders ended his presidential campaign last Wednesday, making Joe Biden the presumptive Democratic nominee.  When Bernie announced that he was dropping out of the presidential race, I knew the political world would turn itself upside down. Shortly after Sanders announced the suspension of his campaign, people took to Twitter. The hashtags #NeverBiden, #WriteInBernie […]

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COVID-19: Check on your loved ones

The COVID-19 outbreak has already had enormous effects on the U.S. The pandemic has caused mass hysteria, panic and stress on people around the country. The explosion of COVID-19 cases has caused many states to shut down non-essential businesses, parks, beaches and other public places. Left jobless, many people are cooped up in their houses […]

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COVID-19: From the retail worker’s perspective

With the sudden surge of COVID-19 cases across the U.S., working retail has literally never been scarier. And yes, I absolutely mean it when I say this is scarier than working retail during Black Friday.  toAccording to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are a total of 15,219 confirmed cases of COVID-19 […]

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