With so many new demands in modern life, we just keep increasing our hectic pace: Emails and texts, tweets, Facebook, friends and the list goes on, many of us feel stressed out and over-worked.
More often than we’d like to… Continue reading
We all know that walking is good for, that’s no real secret, and we all know that dogs and pets are uplifting in your all over health, so why not double it! Walking you dog everyday is good for you… Continue reading
Septembe 18, 2016
Following is the letter from Rev. Franklin Graham to Commissioner John D. Swofford of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) on Sept. 15.
Dear Commissioner Swofford,
As a lifelong resident of North Carolina and current CEO and president… Continue reading
June 28, 2016
By Andrew M. Seaman
Gay, lesbian and bisexual individuals reported more health problems than straight men and women, in a large U.S. survey.
For the first time since its launch in… Continue reading
Target’s shares are plunging in an “increasingly volatile consumer environment,” though the retail giant is denying that the conservative boycott against its transgender bathroom policies is playing a big part.
“Shares of the company were off 7.6 percent… Continue reading
Almost 100 schoolchildren are thought to have been ‘possessed’ by the devil – and see visions of a man in black trying to kill them.
Therapy based on the controversial concept of ‘mindfulness’ works as well as some anti-depressant drugs, according to a major new study.
Inspired in part by Buddhist philosophy, mindfulness involves training the brain to deal with negative emotions using techniques such… Continue reading