There is no “mommy manual” – we all know THAT! You get home from the hospital or birthing center – and now what? Whether it’s your first baby or your fourth…new moms always feel a little bleh. And new dads can often forget a few things, mostly because of the lack of the aforementioned “mommy […]
You’ve likely already gotten the hint that your lash follicle can be damaged. Years of eye lash abuse leads to all kinds of problems and afflictions of the eye lash and eye lid. Here’s a wiki-pedia article that outlines 12 different afflictions, some of which I am sure you have experienced. The biggest problem?? You […]
The issue of breast cancer is extremely important to me as three women in my biological family have all suffered and survived from breast cancer. Cancer research, prevention and diagnosis are therefore extremely important to me and the health of my family. In the decades of cancer research and millions of dollars, we actually have […]
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I will always say (because it’s true) that the work performed at the Environmental Working Group, or EWG for short, is both important and good to the world. I am the last person who will say anything bad about the lovely folks who work so hard, on volunteer money, to make the Skin Deep database […]
Foodbabe.com‘s Vani Hari unleashed this week… right on top of Trader Joe’s… with good reason I might add! In her “Corporate Ripping” usual style she points out clearly that the needs of the corporation usually outweigh the desires of the consumer. The following quote from her scathing article highlights the problem aptly… A family member […]
The warmest of all colors, Red is powerful, passionate, strong, driven, confident, energizing, determined, mysterious, and sophisticated. Red is energizing in that it motivates us to take action. The color is used to express love as in Valentine’s Day, and in Eastern cultures such as China, it’s the color of good luck, prosperity, happiness and […]