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Love your pets more and pay less doing so (2013-11-12)
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You can save some money with coupons. I’m happy to provide you with all the necessary information so you can start saving on pet food and supplies today. Read more.
Exercises For Your Sore Shoulder (2013-09-09)
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Shoulder pain is the second most common type of orthopedic pain in patients seen by family physicians (knee pain is the most common). Most shoulder problems are attributable to overuse and/or trauma. Read more.
Handling Medical Emergencies Could Save A Life (2013-09-02)
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It might be a lifesaver if we can remember the three questions. Sometimes symptoms of a stroke are difficult to identify. Unfortunately, this lack of awareness can spell disaster. Read more.
ICE cellphone plan helps rescuers (2013-08-26)
Focus on lifestyle
Do you own a cellphone?
Many — perhaps most of
us — will answer yes.
Do banks or the taxpayers finance mortgage fraud? (2013-08-19)
Focus on conscience
The loot comes to a hefty $700,000-plus at the closing table in 2008 — not bad for less than a day's work shuffling papers and signing wherever the spot is marked with an x. Read more.
How to spell (2013-08-19)
Focus on lifestyle
Ever had trouble spelling your name? It's easy if you know how. Here's how airplane pilots do it all over the world. Read more.
My heart notebook: Facing the silent killer (2013-08-12)
Focus on health
Former President Bill Clinton: “I did it because after I had this stent put in, I realized that even though it happens quite often that after bypass surgery you lose the veins because they're thinner and weaker than arteries, the truth is that it clogged up, which means that the cholesterol was still causing buildup in my vein that was part of my bypass. I didn't want it to happen again. So I did all this research and …” Read more.
The flies and the honey-pot (2013-08-12)
Focus on health
What if Aesop's wisdom had reached me a long, long time ago? Would my
health have strolled down a different path?
Tit for tat scorches independence (2013-08-05)
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Our judges are as honest as other men, and not more so. They have, with others, the same passions for party, for power, and the privilege of their corps. Read more.
Shrewdness is a ten-letter word (2013-08-05)
Focus on thought
Watch for those with their feet on the ground. They may do more than you expect. This story from the most impoverished country in our hemisphere will find parallel encounters here, the most advanced country in the world. Read more.
The silent killer thwarted. Wheatgrass did it! (2013-07-29)
Focus on health
A routine physical some 25 years earlier (I don't remember the year in the mid-1980s) resulted in a medical discovery and the conclusion that I need to rely on pills for the first time in my life. Read more.
Wheatgrass for good health organically grown (2013-07-29)
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Wheatgrass refers to the young grass of the hard red winter wheat plant that is freshly juiced for animal and human consumption. Both provide chlorophyll, amino acids, minerals, vitamins, and enzymes. Read more.
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In an interview with Wolf Blitzer on CNN, former US President Bill Clinton tells us that the 24 pounds he has lost on his new diet are an added bonus. He adopted what he calls “essentially a plant based diet” — no meat, chicken, fish or dairy — because he had learned that 82% of people studied on such diets had been able to reverse heart disease, and that we now have 25 years of evidence of this.
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Why "Scientific Consensus" Fails to Persuade
Why scientific consensus seems to fail to settle public policy debates.
■ 2010-06-21 Meat: How Much Is Too Much?
Whether you're a burger lover or
a strict vegetarian, you've probably heard that too much meat is
definitely not a good thing. A landmark National Cancer Institute study
of 500,000 Americans between the ages of 50 and 71 found that people who
eat a quarter-pound of red meat or processed meat every day were 30
percent more likely to die in the 10 years of the study than those who
ate 5 ounces of red meat or less per week.
So, how much meat is too much? Do meat-heavy diets cause girls to get their periods too early? Can you trust the USDA food pyramid? Find out the answers here. [READ MORE]
■ 2009-09-18 Is a discount healthcare plan for you?
Is the high cost of quality supplemental healthcare getting you down? Are you one of the 7 out of 10 Americans with no dental care savings program? Look no further. It is now possible to access affordable dental, vision, prescription, chiropractic, and other medical programs for your entire household.
■ 2008-09-08 Getting Ready For DTV
The count-down is on toward the day when we express our love for those in our heart and three days later, on February 17, we add a new Valentine — digital television.
■ 2008-08-25 Standing Tall Above the Dadeland Neighborhood
A masterful addition to Miami’s suburban Dadeland neighborhood, Toscano is a 25-story luxury high-rise condominium community with well-positioned ground-level retail space and a convenient parking garage.
■ 2008-06-16 Is magicJack the new Skype?
What’s the fastest-growing fixed-line phone company in the United States?
■ 2008-05-31 Asperger Syndrome BY Michael I. Rose, MD, FAPA
Asperger syndrome is a neurological development disorder which is included within the autism complex, a variety of disorders that vary with each individual.
■ 2008-05-17 Dealing with annoying family members BY Michael I. Rose, MD, FAPA
What causes people to become irate in ordinary family relationships?
■ 2008-05-02 Triumph of the Condo Lifestyle
Proudly hailed at the time of its completion as the largest multi-use residential building in the southeastern United States, the luxurious 42-story complex, located in Miami on the shores of Biscayne Bay …
■ 2008-04-15 A Hypothesis: Schizophrenia Is a Neurological Disease BY Michael I. Rose, MD, FAPA
Psychiatrists are sometimes heard to say that schizophrenic patients have “their wires crossed.” To wit, loose associations consist of statements that reflect intrusive thoughts appearing out of context to an initial line of thinking.
■ 2008-02-01 Conflict Resolution Breaks Ground in Your Heart
What does it take to savor peace of mind living? Instead of litigation choose mediation and settle disputes amicably. Avoiding judicial interference is not only possible it is feasible.
■ 2007-12-03 In name count, Garcias are catching up to Joneses
Step aside Moore and Taylor. Welcome Garcia and Rodriguez. Smith remains the most common surname in the United States, according to a new analysis released November 16, 2007 by the Census Bureau.
A woman’s online bid to find a rich husband in New York earning more than $500,000 a year has caused an Internet stir with a mystery Wall Street banker publicly assessing her hunt for romance as a business deal — and a bad one at that.
■ 2007-09-22 Americans giving up friends, sex for Web life
Surfing the net has become an obsession for many Americans with the majority of U.S. adults feeling they cannot go for a week without going online and one in three giving up friends and sex for the Web.
■ 2007-09-04 Best cities for singles
It’s been a long time since single adulthood was just a hurried way station between adolescence and marriage. Today the median age of first marriage is rising for both men and women, and singles make up 41% of American adults 18 and over. In fact, most Americans can expect to spend fully half of their adult lives unmarried.
■ 2007-08-13 Free ebooks
Computers and the Internet have changed a lot of things. We visit news sites instead of reading the newspaper. We can watch videos online instead of flipping on the TV.
■ 2007-04-18 An easy way to create PDFs
Who doesn’t read PDF files? Microsoft Word is undeniably the most popular word processing program. But this doesn’t mean you should email Word files.
■ 2007-04-14 At 81, she’s a boffo blogger
Millie Garfield is standing in a grocery store in Salem, Mass., with a container of Nescafe and a grin on her face while her son points a video camera.
■ 2007-04-14 The Secret, a self-help book, focuses on quick fixes
If you thought the 1980s was the Me Generation, you haven’t read The Secret.
■ 2007-03-25 Pizza boxes carry deadbeat mug shots
Customers at some suburban Cincinnati pizza parlors are getting something extra with their pepperoni and mushrooms — wanted posters for parents accused of failing to pay child support.
■ 2007-03-19 The health benefits of hydrogen peroxide
I would like to tell you of the benefits of that plain little old bottle of 3% hydrogen peroxide you can get for about a dollar at any drug store.
■ 2007-03-11 In the computer dating game, room for a coach
NOT getting any online dates? Maybe it’s time for an online makeover.
■ 2007-02-27 Book excerpts can be searched online
Random House, Inc. has made online excerpts available from books by Toni Morrison, Calvin Trillin and thousands of others as publishers continue their push to sell more books through the Internet.
■ 2007-02-26 Men and depression: Facing darkness
For nearly a decade, while serving as an elected official and working as an attorney, Massachusetts state Sen. Bob Antonioni struggled with depression, although he didn’t know it.
■ 2007-01-23 Majority of Americans prefer computer to spouse
Survey shows 65 percent spend more time with their home computer than their significant other.
■ 2006-12-23 Laughter really is contagious, study says
“Laugh and the world laughs with you” is more than just an old saw, according to a study conducted by the University College London.
■ 2006-12-07 Seven lessons of Walt Disney
The essence of the life of Walt Disney, dreamer, innovator, entrepreneur and protean exporter of American culture — and dead for 40 years this month — has eluded biographers.
■ 2006-12-06 New lingo for an old priest
There was an old priest who got sick of all the people in his parish who kept confessing to adultery.
■ 2006-12-05 Chess champion loses match to computer
World chess champion Kramnik loses match 4-2 to Deep Fritz computer program.
■ 2006-12-04 Shrewdness is a ten-letter word
Théot Brune, at twenty, ragged, barefoot, and without a copper, wanted a bottle of clairin, which is colorless, like moonshine corn whiskey.
■ 2006-12-04 Bowling?
Bob works hard and spends most evenings bowling or playing basketball at the gym.
When older couples create a new household together, there are several hurdles to overcome.
■ 2006-12-01 Ponder all options
Our heroine is a businesswoman in her early 40s, divorced, with no children.
■ 2006-11-30 Secrets of ancient computer revealed
After a century of study, scientists have unlocked the secrets of a mysterious 2,100-year-old device known as the “Antikythera mechanism,” showing it to be a complex and uncannily accurate astronomical computer.
■ 2006-11-27 Good news for chocoholics
Chocoholics, who couldn’t give up their chocolate long enough to participate in a medical study, actually showed that everyday amounts of chocolate may work even better than aspirin to keep blood from clotting.
■ 2006-11-25 They never said it
Circus magnate P.T. Barnum never said “There’s a sucker born every minute,” says Fred R. Shapiro, a librarian at Yale University and the editor of the new “Yale Book of Quotations”.
■ 2006-11-25 10 tips to dating online safely
Lots of people turn to the Internet to find love. After all, it seems much safer than meeting people in bars.
■ 2006-11-24 Seniors are making their mark in the blogosphere
The stereotype of a bingo-playing, cookie-baking, lawn-bowling senior is in need of revamping.
■ 2006-11-24 Top ten tips for a happy life
I’ve been an expat in Latin America for more than five years, most of that spent in Mexico. I’ve learned a lot in that time.
A young woman went to her mother and told her about her life and how things were so hard for her. She did not know how she was going to make it and wanted to give up.
■ 2006-11-20 A new strategy to discourage driving drunk
The threat of arrest and punishment, for decades the primary tactic against drunken drivers, is no longer working in the struggle to reduce the death toll, officials say, and they are proposing turning to technology — alcohol detection devices in every vehicle — to address the problem.
■ 2006-11-19 Getting the family together for Thanksgiving
Joe, in Miami, calls his son Mark in New York the day before Thanksgiving and says, “I hate to ruin your day, Mark, but I have to tell you that your mother and I are divorcing; forty-five years of misery is enough.
■ 2006-11-17 Nine rules for keeping the weight off
Research shows the more you adhere to a healthy lifestyle, the easier it becomes to continue it and keep the weight off.
■ 2006-11-17 Food connoisseurs
How many times have you heated up a frozen meal for lunch or stopped at a fast-food joint after work for dinner?
■ 2006-11-17 Lawyer help in getting help
If you’re lucky, you probably won’t need the services of a lawyer. If you do need a lawyer, finding the right one can be difficult.
■ 2006-11-15 Save some dough
Instead of cursing every time you see your energy bill, do something about it.
■ 2006-11-10 Designated decoy
Recently a routine police patrol parked outside a South Beach bar.
■ 2006-11-10 The cigar insurance caper
A lawyer purchased a box of very rare and expensive cigars, and then insured them against, among other things, fire.
■ 2006-11-07 A rose by any other amount
A fellow was very much in love with a beautiful girl.
■ 2006-11-02 Yes, red wine holds answer. Check dosage
Can you have your cake and eat it? Is there a free lunch after all, red wine included?
■ 2006-11-02 Here come the great-grandparents
Amy Altman never knew the great-grandmother for whom she was named. She died before Ms. Altman was born. And though her mother shared memories of the family matriarch, Ms. Altman, 28, never forged that singular connection that comes from knowing someone firsthand.
■ 2006-11-02 Selling literature to go with your lifestyle
Most customers at the Anthropologie store in SoHo come for the delicately woven knits and the ultrafeminine floral dresses. But these days at least some are coming for the books.
About six years ago, Anthony J. Kinney bought the first of a series of compact digital cameras. Some were bigger, some were smaller, and their features were as varied as the cameras’ brand names. But one thing was constant: none of them were satisfying.
■ 2006-11-01 Web reaches new milestone: 100 million sites
Websites have become a way to bond and belong. Are your Web surfing fingers getting tired?
Your Message Reaches Around the World
■ 2006-10-12 Apathy reigns and Biscayne Bay pays the price
Why don’t they want to get involved? Why do they turn their back on a precious gift of nature that offers so much tranquility, so much pleasure, so much profound living, and so much economic progress?
Animals with a remarkable ability to hold their liquor may point the way toward the genetic underpinnings of alcohol addiction.
■ 2006-10-03 “I’m fine, thank you.” No, you are not
Let me call her Julie. She plunged into heavy drinking and desperately needs help — and time is of the essence.
■ 2006-10-03 Why call when you can send an email?
If it seems like we never talk anymore at work, it’s because we probably don’t.
■ 2006-10-03 Don’t pay for directory assistance
Using directory assistance can be expensive; most phone companies now charge for this service.
■ 2006-10-03 Middle class goes broadband as price falls
Middle- and working-class Americans signed up for high-speed Internet access in record numbers in the past year, apparently lured by a price war among phone companies.
■ 2006-09-30 A friend who's always there
How greatly abused a word: friend.
■ 2006-09-27 Older consumers flex their muscle (and money) online
Any child knows that good things happen when grandparents reach for their wallets. Internet executives are starting to remember the feeling.
■ 2006-09-27 Live, laugh, love, and be happy
Her philosophy in life is to live, laugh, love and be happy.
■ 2006-09-27 Mobile Phone Security
Here is something worth knowing if you have a mobile phone.
■ 2006-09-14 Light drinking could help you live longer
Alcohol can help prevent death from coronary heart disease, but too much of it can be dangerous.
■ 2006-09-14 Fighting alcoholism and other vultures
This is a story of despair in pursuit of three objectives driven by hope.
■ 2006-08-31 You cannot do it alone
How true, practical and fair is the following? “You alone can do it, but you cannot do it alone.” It's supposedly an awakening call for the one who's facing demise.
■ 2006-08-12 Cooking by the numbers
Do you ever open the refrigerator and stare at everything?
■ 2006-08-12 Picture the world
Learn about the world through National Geographic’s pictures.
■ 2006-08-08 Hug someone
Would you like to hug someone, but you can’t because they live too far away?
■ 2006-08-08 Be a groupie!
Do you have a hobby or enjoy a specific band or movie genre but have no one to discuss it with?
■ 2006-07-28 Amy Buchman wins well-deserved award
Edward Villella no doubt will grinch at Amy's impromptu Sissonne Ouverte position. But the Artistic Director of the Miami City Ballet knows better.
■ 2006-07-19 Reducing the size of pictures
How can you make a picture that you place on your PC from your digital camera smaller?
■ 2006-07-19 Twenty more things you might not know
A continuation from the February 2006 issue.
■ 2006-07-13 Fancy a game of chess?
How about teaching your grandchildren to play chess. It is a great way to encourage analytical thinking.
■ 2006-07-13 A senior speeder on the Florida interstate highway
A senior citizen in Florida bought a brand new Mercedes convertible.
■ 2006-06-21 Please hold …
Last month I noticed a mistake on my cell phone bill.
■ 2006-06-21 Fear of aging? How to get over it
Eight ways to see growing older as full of possibilities and adventure.
Tropical Island Paradise
■ 2006-06-21 Seniors leave their legacies in print
Senior memoirs are booming.
■ 2006-06-15 Builder of a new lifestyle
I had just finished reading the profiles of three Miamians honored as visionaries in the holiday issue of Lincoln Road Magazine when my email inbox beeped.
■ 2006-06-11 Grove Isle enchantment
Breathtaking location. First-class dining. Luxury Accommodations. The accolades are fitting descriptions of Grove Isle Club & Resort located in the middle of Biscayne Bay, a stone’s throw from downtown Miami.
■ 2006-06-11 Around the world and calling Grove Isle home
No 80 days were set aside for a feat that’s extraordinaire for this Miami, Florida resident.
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