Archive for August, 2011

Wired to the World

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011


The technical foundation for my firm consists of telecommunications. Each morning, my main PC polls up to 20 different electronic mailboxes, retrieving electronic mail (e-mail) from clients, associates and friends. In all of my activities, I make sure that I have an electronic mail link to my client, permitting me a closer strategic link to the ‘customer’.


PRK and LASIK Surgeries Post 1

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

Anyone who has ever worn glasses or contact lenses knows of the hassles. Who wouldn’t prefer just to wake up in the morning and see the wall or the ceiling clearly? Or to spontaneously take a nap without worrying about taking off your contact lens? Not surprisingly more and more people are choosing to correct their vision through surgery. (more…)

Parsley: More Than Garnish

Tuesday, August 16th, 2011

Although most of you probably think of parsley as the green stuff nestled modestly between the mixed vegetables and the entree when you go out to eat, this undervalued herb has three times more vitamin C than citrus juice, more iron than most leafy greens, vitamin A, potassium, iodine, magnesium and other goodies that make it too good to leave behind when dinner’s over!


Creativity Has an Address

Tuesday, August 16th, 2011

Creativity is alive and well in this new generation built by human ingenuity. What I am referring to is the Internet. This is the sole accomplishment of human vision and determination. Many times we only hear the negative aspects of the day. This article looks at the fresh, dewy face our world wears in this new millennium. Creative minds are everywhere. I recently had the opportunity to speak to one of these resourceful individuals. Douglas Eby of Talent Development Resources.

Not long ago, I interviewed Mr. Eby and found that he is a fascinating man, enjoyable to talk with and also one of today’s most revolutionary thinkers. With a Masters in Psychology and many years of working in genetics, he is well informed on the topic of creativity, to state the obvious. Not only is he well educated, he has interviewed countless actors, directors and other famous individuals in his work as a publicist, but also he has had the opportunity of working with some of these creative individuals when he worked in film production. His Web site is dedicated to nurturing the creative mind and spirit of artists in all fields.

Whether it involves writers, actors, musicians or other art forms, his informative articles and interviews give valuable insights and inspirations to other struggling artists. Douglas Eby says that his site primarily pertains to talent and giftedness in the arts and entertainment fields. After only one visit to his Web page that becomes evident. By combining articles on giftedness, art, acting, writing, comedy and filmmaking fields, this site offers an eclectic combination that truly defines creativity. This author is honored to not only have a few of her articles linked through his site, but also thrilled to have been interviewed and quoted by Mr. Eby on his site. (more…)

Similia Similibus Curentur Post 5

Friday, August 12th, 2011

The most well-known medicines are known to produce some hundreds of symptoms. These represent a particular selection from the total number of symptoms which can be produced by the mind/body system, which is vast. Each individual medicine, however, does not produce a completely different set of symptoms, but a distinctive selection from the common pool — and there is much overlap between the sets. To make an analogy, we could imagine that each symptom was represented by a different playing card, so that there were the usual “picture cards” as well as cards numbered one to many hundred, instead of one to ten. The significant symptoms of the Coffea patient could be represented by a Queen, an Ace (representing the most marked and unusual symptoms). (more…)

Similia Similibus Curentur Post 4

Friday, August 5th, 2011

Every agent that acts upon the vitality, every medicine, deranges more or less the vital force, and causes a certain alteration in the health of the individual for a longer or shorter period. this is termed primary action….To its action our vital force endeavors to oppose its own energy. This resistant action is a property, is indeed an automatic action of our life-preserving power, which goes by the name of secondary action or counteraction. (more…)

Folic Acid Won’t Cause Miscarriage

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

If you’re pregnant and taking folic acid to prevent birth defects, you’re no more likely to miscarry than women who don’t take the B vitamin, says new research.

A link between miscarriage and the vitamin had been suspected, especially when previous studies suggested that women who took folic acid might have up to a 16 percent greater risk of miscarrying. (more…)