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Three Reasons to Let Go

by Lori Sciame March 1st, 2024

When talking to my twenty year-old daughter a few days ago, I learned that her friend of 15 years had excluded her from a get together yet again. This friendship, although years old, has been deteriorating slowly, but steadily. I suggested that

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Three Reasons Not to Rush a Relationship

by Lori Sciame February 23rd, 2024

Their eyes meet, and it's instant chemistry. They both smile as they gravitate toward each other. Soon they engage in conversation. Twenty minutes later he asks for her number. One of them thinks it's been fun talking to a like minded person, and the other is already thinking about the engagement ring.

It doesn't matter who has jumped the gun, the man or the woman. What does

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Success at the Doctors: Tips for Women

by R. Carnavale February 16th, 2024

Maybe you've experienced the following. You have a health ailment and go to the doctor's only to find that you're treated like a second class citizen, or you're patted on the head like you're an ignorant little girl who shouldn't be taken seriously. Let's face it - the medical profession tends to be overly paternalistic and patronizing to patients, especially women. The costs can be severe: pain, suffering, and even

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  • Reading Fact Labels for Heart Health

    by Kimberly Hays February 9th, 2024

    Fact labels have been on food products for the past 20 years. They were put in place by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to allow us make sound decisions on what we buy, as well as knowing the Percentage Daily Value (%DV) of vitamins and nutrients in foods. Using the Percentage Daily Values can help to maintain heart health.

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  • Ahhh… My Racing Heart

    by Lori Sciame February 2nd, 2024

    During February, the American Heart Association (AHA) has a series of promotions aimed at both men and women concerning optimum heart health. As I write this post, it is their Go Red for Women Day celebration. On this first Friday in February, men and women are asked to wear the color red to symbolize the toll that heart disease takes

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  • Styes on the Eyes

    by Tom Seman MD FAAP January 26th, 2024

    My son gets styes on his eyes frequently. Could there be an underlying condition, or is this something that I really shouldn't worry a lot about? Also, is there anything special I can do to treat them at home?

    They say that eyes are the windows to the soul. Unfortunately something so important that is used continuously

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