From the monthly archives:

July 2013

Your city is calling you! After the horrible year we had with mosquitoes (and other pests) as well as the record number of cases of West Nile Virus last year, everyone is being asked to do their part to keep mosquito populations down and to stop the spread of West Nile Virus symptoms. Birds infected […]

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Would a poet liken your shoulders to the tops of the Rockies? Or does your hair, at first glance, make you look older than you are—except those gray streaks aren’t signs of ageing, they’re actually skin clumps? If you’re reading this blog, you’re likely not someone super turned on by the harsh chemicals (and smell) […]

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Enjoy The Rest Of Summer

July 29, 2013

There’s not much summer left, but you can still take advantage of the remaining warm weather. And there’s still time to exercise and tone—just because summer’s coming to a close doesn’t mean that you should stop working on your swimsuit figure. First, don’t miss out on getting sun. Sun helps your body make Vitamin D, […]

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Scientists have found out how cat dander can trigger allergies: when in the presence lipopolysaccharide, a molecule found in the outer membrane of gram-negative bacteria, the immune system is told to send an overwhelming response to snuff it out—creating allergy symptoms. The new research promises that a cure, or at least very good treatment, may […]

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Did you know? There seems to be a strong association between sleep and cancer. Past studies have tied poor sleep to an increase risk of breast cancer, and a new study has made a similar association for prostate cancer. But never fear! There’s lots of things you can do to start getting better sleep tonight. […]

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