Overcoming Diabetes without Drugs

A few years ago, First Lady, Michele Obama, began the Let’s Move Campaign targeting children that appeared on the path to obesity, which is one of the main causes of diabetes.  “Obese children face an increased risk of adult obesity and all the health risks that come with it” – heart disease, stroke, kidney failure and more.  The Presidential Proclamation deeming November as...
read more

Do we talk about disease too much? by Brenda Evers

Kate welcomes a valued member of her Blog Team, Brenda Evers. as a guest blogger this week.   For many decades we’ve been educated to believe that the way we can prevent illness is by becoming more informed about it, being aware of its symptoms and prognosis.  This is the reasoning behind Breast Cancer Awareness Week, Heart Disease Month, plus the onslaught of advertising for flu season...
read more

One important thing we can do for our military

I was walking through Staples and saw a display of “Easy Buttons” — you know, the ones that when one pushes it, one immediately has everything they need at their fingertips.   I began to think it would be wonderful if that really did happen.  Our every need would be met with a push of a button. With Veterans Day here, just think of it, our service men and women would remain safe wherever...
read more