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1. Imagine sitting at a bus stop waiting for a bus to get to work. You work hard for the next eight hours and then take the same bus home. Once you get in the door, you try to order something for dinner, but your card is declined. You then find out that someone hacked your credit card. You don’t know how or when it could have happened. The only place you were was the bus stop. Read here about just what might have happened to you and is happening to others everywhere and find out how you can protect yourselves in the future.
2. Did you know that there may be a way to control overeating by manipulating a specific set of brain cells? Read it to believe it here
3. Every day doctors and scientist are working hard to find ways to make life easier and last longer for all of us. Here are just some of the new medical breakthroughs we can look forward to in this year ahead.
4. No president ever has it easy. As the years go by, more people are born, needs rise, crime rises, and hopes for change and peace rise. Lets see what President Obama’s Top 50 Accomplishments were
Losing weight isn’t easy. There are many steps to getting there. I fight a daily battle myself. Giving birth to six amazing children while also suffering six miscarriages takes a toll on a womans body. Many of wish we could just blink our eyes and the weight would just melt away. This is far-fetched and unrealistic. So we look for articles to read, food to eat and any type of exercise that will help bring the weight down and hopefully keep it off. No one thing will work on its own. I would like to share with you some articles and recipes that will at least educate you and help you decide what’s next in your fight to stay “fit and healthy”. Good Luck! Felina Silver Robinson
Even a modest weight loss can improve overall health.
Liz Vaccariello, author of The Digest Diet, explains how you can lose weight fast by eating foods you already shop for, as certain foods, actions, and activities can gently shift your body into fat release mode.
Not all insect repellents are created equal. Here’s how to avoid getting eaten alive.
Americans spend just one-tenth of disposable income on food, an historic low, study finds