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The Dog That Won't Fetch
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The Dog That Won't Fetch

Riding my 3-wheeler on a Sunday morning bike ride with David, we pedaled a mile to get donuts (a reward for exercising).  We pass by a huge grassy field on our route and paused to watch a man throwing a ball to his dog.  A golden retriever, she looked to be a mature animal, but what do I know about dogs.

The Dog That Won't Fetch
Experts Blog

The Dog That Won't Fetch

Riding my 3-wheeler on a Sunday morning bike ride with David, we pedaled a mile to get donuts (a reward for exercising).  We pass by a huge grassy field on our route and paused to watch a man throwing a ball to his dog.  A golden retriever, she looked to be a mature animal, but what do I know about dogs.

Practicing Safe Stress
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Practicing Safe Stress

No matter how wonderful being in a relationship with someone is there will always be stressful times and challenges. Relationships reveal to us who we are and the personal growth we need to do. Stressors like: Worrying about money, the economy, your children, your job, etc. trigger the release of adrenalin and stress hormones such as cortisol. When chronically stressed, we tend to be at our worst in relating and coping. We often trigger stress in others which creates a reinforcing loop adding to the malaise.

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Jack is staying positive!
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Jack Osbourne & Family React To Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis

Ozzy's son Jack Osbourne has always lived a life in the spotlight, and as of late, it's been a very exciting one. The 26-year-old recently got engaged to his girlfriend, Lisa Stelly, and the couple just welcomed daughter Pearl Clementine into the world in April. So, it's upsetting to hear that Jack has been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.

The Best Health Insurance, Part 1
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The Best Health Insurance, Part 1

Do you and your family have health insurance? The U.S. Supreme Court will soon decree whether the U.S. Government is allowed to force you to buy health insurance. Whether you like the notion of forcing everyone to buy it or not, the first question to ask is: What is "health insurance"? As defined by the Supreme Court and the Government and most people nowadays, "health insurance" is the act of paying a monthly fee in order that any services or products you obtain from the medical industry will be paid for (wholly or partly) by people other than you.

autism awareness
Today, April 2, is World Autism Awareness Day.
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Love Bytes: Autism Is On The Rise In Children

Can a Facebook app tell you if somebody has an STD? 9 "good" reasons to cheat. What two hours with a male escort can teach you. What exes can teach you. What Grindr can teach straight women. A second or third marriage isn't necessarily doomed. Being in love with love is bad news. Moving in with someone is tricky. Six places to get it on outside of the bedroom.

World Cancer Day
7 out of every 10 Americans die from a preventable and mismanaged chronic disease.
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Today Is World Cancer Day: Help By "Touching Yourself"

For those of you not in the know, today, Feb. 4, is World Cancer Day. And to raise awareness, we're hoping everyone not only undergoes regular cancer screenings but touches themselves. And no, we're not talking about that kind of touching yourself. Let us explain.

strong woman
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Study Says Women Are Physically Stronger Than Men (Told You So)

We hate to say we told you so, but...who are we kidding? WE TOLD YOU SO! Women, according to a new study, are the stronger sex due in part to their double X chromosomes. Dr. Jennifer Ashton, a medical correspondent for CBS's The Early Show, says it's often heard that "women are stronger when it comes to being more stoic when they're sick," but now there's actual scientific proof.

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Uh-Oh: 50 Percent Of Men May Have HPV

Well, this isn't good news. A study released in the Lancet by Moffitt Cancer Center indicates that half of men aged 18 to 70 in Mexico, Brazil and the U.S. may be affected by the human papillomavirus (HPV), known as the leading cause of cervical cancer. Until now, most of the attention given to HPV has focused on how the disease endangers women. What most people may not know is that in addition to causing cervical cancer and genital warts in women, HPV can cause cancer of the head, neck, mouth, the tongue, tonsils, genitals and anus in both sexes.

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For Women, Sex Problems Common After Breast Cancer

Every year, 200,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer, and new reports have shown that the vast majority of survivors hesitate to discuss the sex problems caused by treatment. According to the Journal of Sexual medicine, seven out of ten survivors report difficulty having sex after cancer. In light of these findings, doctors interviewed by CNN are encouraging patients to express their concerns instead of hiding them.