A Healthy Sound System. Part 1

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Not all sound is created equal. Here are tips for getting sound that drives the enthusiasm, while sparing the ears.

In most aerobics and body-conditioning classes, music and vocal instructions are the driving force, motivating both the instructor and the participants to their highest levels of achievement. Read more »

Lacto Vegetarian Preschooler

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Breakfast
1/2 cup oatmeal made with milk and drizzled with 1 tsp blackstrap molasses
1/2 banana
1/2 cup hot cocoa made with milk Read more »

Why Is Oily Skin a Precursor to Acne?

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A major contributor to acne is genetics, which is also the primary reason people are born with overactive sebaceous glands — the breeding grounds for acne. But in addition to oily skin, it takes the right environment for acne to erupt. Read more »

Buying A Stock. Part 3

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How do I find the right stock?

First, decide what you’re looking for. Do you want current income as well as the chance for price appreciation? Then find a solid dividend-paying stock such as a utility company, a real estate investment trust (REIT) or a household-name, blue-chip firm with a history of paying dividends. Read more »

Buying A Stock. Part 2

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That goal could be “beating the Standard & Poor’s 500 stock index,” essentially the rate of return for the U.S. stock market. Or the goal could be earning more than what you’d get from a bank CD. Read more »

Buying A Stock. Part 1

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You’ve never bought a stock but you understand the basics of the stock market and are ready to take the plunge as soon as someone answers two questions: 1) How do I find a good stock? and 2) should I use a full-service broker, a discount broker or buy the stock online? Read more »

Triple Step to Cancer

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Doctors delivered a one-two-three punch to healthy adult breast tissue, and, for the first time, made it cancerous, bringing scientists closer to understanding the complex process of how normal breast tissue becomes diseased. Read more »

Taking Care of Dad

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Here is an opportunity to touch Dad’s heart — and protect it — in a unique way. Serve him a mouth-watering meal that may go a long way in rekindling a commitment toward health. Read more »

What’s Managed In Managed Care. Part 2

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Managing utilization is a little more difficult to measure, due to the fact that costs are indeed involved. However, after a long period of thinking that over utilization (or excess use)of services was costly, we now know that both over and under utilization of services is wrong and costly in the long run. Read more »

What’s Managed In Managed Care. Part 1

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Most people these days have been exposed to managed care, and yet don’t understand what it means or what is managed. The majority think managed care is synonymous with either managed cost or HMO. In fact, there are some similarities and some differences. Read more »

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