Archive for August, 2011
Often when a school year begins, we are all too busy to get to know our child’s teacher. Then, weeks pass by and before you know it, the first round of conferences arrive. At this meeting, discussing your child is most important, not learning what kind of teacher your child spends his days. By the […]
My mother used to tell me to “stop and smell the roses.” The true meaning of this seemingly overused phrase, along with countless other clichés, was lost on too-busy ears for the first 28 years of my life. I am a prime example of someone who carelessly brushed aside the power of those overused words, […]
One of the most challenging issues that management must confront when it comes to the Internet and electronic commerce is the issue of security. It is dominated by myths and misconceptions. Most executives have been pummelled by relentless, continuing hysteria over the security challenges that exist with the Internet.
Many health-conscious consumers are reading food labels and many find them to be oh-so confusing. Here is a quick guide to skimming food labels to gather the information you need to make an informed decision about what you are purchasing. A trip to the grocery store is not what it used to be. When going […]
Not that most people wanting to lose weight don’t care about the risk, but the idea of losing the weight and looking good seem to outweigh those worries. There are different reasons that people lose weight. Some lose for the cosmetic value and some want to lose because of health problems or risk of future […]
All good people should think. How would you address the public about nutritional supplements you are selling that are supposed to help anyone lose unwanted weight while eating everything desired and exercising none? Would (you) the seller of this product disclose any negative information about this product to the public? Well, think about it. Most […]
Why is estrogen so important? In addition to its role in reproduction, estrogen affects bones, blood vessels, the brain, and body tissue. That’s why estrogen loss can trigger more serious health problems such as osteoporosis (weak, thin bones).