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How We Can “Eat Less Water” And Help The Environment

When the well is dry, we know the value of water- Benjamin Franklin For thousands of people in Flint, Michigan and East Porterville, California, the well dried up. For 800 million people around the world, the well is dry. There's a new book arriving on November 1st, 2017 titled "Eat Less Water." The author and… Continue reading How We Can “Eat Less Water” And Help The Environment

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4 Ways to Beat Back Diabetes 2

It's still National Women's Health Week, so post and tweets are all about things we can do to get healthier. A major concern to women, and me, is Diabetes. It's been called an epidemic with predictions of increasing numbers in children. Type 2 Diabetics are four times likely to die from heart disease. For an eyeopener… Continue reading 4 Ways to Beat Back Diabetes 2

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5 Things You Can Do for Women’s Health Week

Did you celebrate Mother's Day with a big  brunch? Take in a little too much vino, BBQ ribs, Mimosa's, chocolate candy? I will admit that I certainly did and ate leftovers for lunch today too. Then I took the dog on a 3 mile walk.Big celebrations and the special meals that accompanying them are all… Continue reading 5 Things You Can Do for Women’s Health Week