Archive for March 2012
Weigh yourself Friday morning, not Monday morning. Restaurant meals or deli sandwiches that you have on the weekend have more sodium than you might have in a home cooked meal, so Monday may reflect this. (more…)
The past week has been very busy. I had to travel to Columbus, Ohio on Sunday and Monday. Business meetings all day Tuesday went into the night with a business dinner. Then I had business golfing on Friday, which didn’t help the beer intake. (more…)
You can now tell your members that you have proof that exercise will make them younger. That proof comes from a small study of five men, conducted over 30 years. (more…)
When impotence is mentioned, most people think that older men are the ones that suffer with the problem, but this is a faulty assumption. In reality, young men suffer from impotence too, and this fact should be recognized by the general public. Actually, impotence in young men is growing in the modern world, so it is even more critical to become educated with regard to this problem. (more…)
Children are naturally appreciative of beauty all around them. The fall season is the perfect time to encourage their artistic (and scientific) explorations by finding, and creating with, objects in the great outdoors. (more…)
What you’ll need:
Large sheet of plain paper
Safe items (packing peanuts, buttons, leaves, bottle caps, pictures from magazines) that your child can glue onto paper (more…)
“I’ve done everything I possibly could. The intent of Congress was to make this a success for more people, and the opposite has happened,” he stated.
Insurance industry representatives maintained that managed care companies in many areas are being squeezed too tightly by federal payment caps. (more…)
More than a half million Medicare beneficiaries will be forced out of Medicare+Choice next year, continuing a 4-year slide that has seen the managed care program drop more than 2.2 million elderly members since 1998.