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Pet Loss Poems to Heal Your Heart and Soul

Pet Loss Poems: To Heal Your Heart and Soul was written because people who suffer pet loss grief need a soft place to land.

Is your heart raw from the loss of your pet? Are you struggling to find peace in your daily routine that you once shared with your beloved companion?

In this book I am sharing with you forty-one pet loss grief poems I wrote to help my clients heal their grief and find solace on a daily basis.

Writing them also helped the process of healing my grief when helping my clients with their journey.

Each poem …

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A Tidy Home Really is a Tidy Mind – Improve your Wellbeing!

It is essential to keep your home tidy.  Having too much clutter can be dangerous, creating an increased risk of fire, falling, or even breaking bones because of trip hazards.

We all struggle to keep our homes tidy at some point; it is just something that happens from time to time. However, if you regularly live in mess and clutter, it could be a little more serious than being too busy or forgetting. A messy home often leads to negative effects on mental health and even physical health, which is why it is important to try and keep things clean …

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2018’s Best Gift Cards

Red Lobster gift cards have seen the biggest increase in popularity in the past year. Costco gift cards have seen the biggest drop in popularity.

With 30% of people saying gift cards are what they want most this holiday season, continuing a decade-plus trend of gift cards topping the list of the most popular holiday presents, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2018’s Best Gift Cards, which includes 10 money-saving gift card tips to help shoppers spread cheer on the cheap.

Best Gift Cards (WalletHub Score)
1) Disney Gift Card (75 points)
2) iTunes Gift Card

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Top Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Startups in Healthcare

Medical records create several cumbersome responsibilities for doctors, hospitals, pharmacists, and patients, particularly for maintenance and storage.

By Richard

The impact of blockchain is no longer a matter of imagination and science fiction. Tech behemoths such as IBM have spent significant resources towards conducting comprehensive studies to understand how vital blockchain can be for healthcare, and dozens of high-octane blockchain startups have set out to revolutionize the healthcare space for the better.

The intersection of blockchain, tokenization, and smart contracts with the healthcare industry paves the way for new and highly innovative solutions to solve problems that have been …

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DEXASCAN – The Measurable Approach to Evaluating Our Bodies

The DEXASCAN is a valuable tool for both men and women of all ages and is available in many locations across the country.

The DEXASCAN offers a measurement of your body composition and of your bone density. This is great news for those of us in this “ tech age” who wants a scientific, measurable approach to evaluating our bodies. It is a simple, safe procedure using a very small dose of ionizing radiation which will determine the areas of stored lean muscle, fat, water and bone.

BODY COMPOSITION:

The body composition scan takes seven minutes and uses two x-ray …

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My Abusive Childhood

As bad as the physical and emotional abuse was, there was something else going on, meted out by Mother herself, which she saved for special times.

By: Rose Marie Abrams

….. It was here that the introduction to the foster mother, whom I would know as Mother, began. From the first day, Mother took control of me. At first, Mom was not allowed to hold or feed me, and over the next few months, she was forbidden to bathe, change, or dress me. The frilly little dresses that she had brought for me to wear were thrown out, and instead, …

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Alzheimer’s Disease – Race for the Mind

Race for the Mind is a medical thriller that revolves around this enormous socioeconomic challenge and how the medical community and the high-risk, complex and controversial world of the pharmaceutical industry take it on.

The Stakes for the Race for the Mind Couldn’t be Higher:

* About 50 million people in the world have Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and by 2050 there will be well over 100 million.
* The annual cost to care for Americans with AD is projected to be $1.1 trillion in 2050; 1 in 3 dollars spent by Medicare.
* A patient is diagnosed with AD every …

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Does Health Insurance Cover Medical Alert Systems?

What are medical alert systems? How do they work? Who needs them? Who sells them? How much do they cost? And, perhaps most importantly, does health insurance cover them?

“Help! I’ve fallen, and I can’t get up!”

Most Americans who watch TV have heard that iconic line at least once in the last 30 or so years.

Although LifeCall, the company behind the catchphrase, first aired it in a 1989 commercial, it has regularly used it in the decades since.

Fortunately, it introduced millions to the technology known as medical alert systems.

Unfortunately, it didn’t do much more than that. …

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Recipes to Help Reduce Stress

Prolonged stress is created when you feel unable to deal with the problems you are facing. Your mental health is affected as is your enjoyment of life.

Common stressors usually come from money problems, work issues, or unhappy relationships. Too much stress can have a negative impact on how you think, feel, and behave and may even lead to clinical depression.

What Is Stress?

All of us have experienced stress at some point in our lives. We can feel anxious when meeting new people, going to a medical appointment or speaking in a public forum such as weddings or funerals. …

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36 Million Americans Are Afraid to Check Their Credit Reports

This credit report phobia does not seem to afflict everyone equally. It is especially pronounced among millennials, women, and people with low income.

According to a new poll, the specter of Great Recession hardship still looms large for many Americans nearly a decade after the downturn ended, even though most negative records from that era have already fallen off people’s credit reports. Lots of people are simply too scared to see what’s on there, even if their inaction will lead to bad outcomes.

“We saw this with mortgage foreclosures, where people would not answer the phone or open their …

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Vegan Diet – Keeping It Green – Eating for Body and Planet

Vegan diets are often perceived as being a healthier, more ethical and more sustainable way to feed our growing global population. But do vegan diets really deserve their health halo?

To Vegan or Not? 

Vegan diets typically exclude animal derived ingredients (e.g. meat, dairy products, eggs and gelatine) and foods produced using animal labour, such as honey. Vegans eat grains, fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts and seeds. According to Google Trends, searches for the term “vegan” have almost tripled over the past 5 years. Despite the fact that “going vegan” is going viral, veganism is not new. The Indian religion …

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Health Benefits of Eating Asparagus

There are good reasons for adding more asparagus to your diet. It is low in calories and loaded with essential vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals.

Asparagus belongs to the lily family and comes in various colors, including white, green, and purple. It is used in many dishes worldwide, frittatas, pasta, and stir-fries to mention just a few.

There are good reasons for adding more asparagus to your diet. It is low in calories and loaded with essential vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals.

Half cup (90 grams) of cooked asparagus contains:

* Fat: 0.2 grams
* Calories: 20
* Fiber: 1.8 grams
* …

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What It’s Like to Get Cancer, and Be a Caregiver, as Young Adults

“This has to be a joke – watch me have cancer or some bullshit like that,” Tom replied, clearly caught off guard by what the doctor had just told us.

It was at this point that time started to stand still. After a brief wait, the doctor came back into the room. There seemed to be a shadow of some sort near his lung and they wanted to do a CT scan of his chest. We were not sure what he meant by shadow, but he informed us that it could be a mass of some sort or an infection …

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Mental Health Benefits: What the Law Says

In terms of mental health, what is the role of the federal and state governments regarding legislation, research, and benefits?

Just a few days after Kate Spade’s death by suicide, we are once again shocked by another prominent figure’s passing due to the same cause. As he is a world traveler and storyteller, Anthony Bourdain’s death was met with deep sadness by people all over the world. The chef and food writer has shared about his battle with depression in the past. Mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorders, as well as anxiety disorders are among the …

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WWII and Goering’s Backup Plan: An Atomic Bomb

England, 1940. Following Dunkirk, it is only a question of when Hitler will invade, not if. Hermann Goering convinces him to prepare for possible failure, but he has a backup plan: an atomic bomb.

The Reichsmarschall enjoyed the sound his beautifully shined shoes made upon the spacious, marble-paved hallways of the New Reich Chancellery. He enjoyed the familiar tightness of his crisply-pressed uniform, the dignified weight of the medals pinned to it, the heavy ivory baton—as long as a man’s thigh—he carried to mark his rank. Glancing out the many stately windows that lined the hallway, he enjoyed the way …

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