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What an interesting research article to write! If you suffer from restless legs like I do, you’ll want to read this article.
I wrote this quiz to help parents who suspect that their child may have Asperger’s disorder. By answering the questions, they are in essence checking off some of the symptoms of Asperger’s.
Note: The quiz is for educational purposes and not to diagnose.
The challenges of autism didn’t stand in the way of Melissa Smetona. This interview was so inspiring.
Have you found your love match? This test is for all couples. This is a quiz I wrote – have fun!
What a great book for the cheated, cheaters, and mistresses and misters of the world! I had the pleasure to interview the fine authors behind the book and learn more about the techniques they covered in the book on how to catch a cheater, how to deal with the discovery of infidelity, and how to recover.
If you need to bring back the love in your marriage and recommit, you may want to consider a marriage counseling retreat.
While this isn’t an article I wrote, it is a quiz I designed and wrote. A teen who takes this quiz will have a good idea whether or not he is suffering from depression and should seek medical attention immediately.
Warning: This quiz is for educational purposes only and should not be used diagnostically.
Many people use lotions with DMAE because of its anti-aging properties. Are you wondering if it really works?
Has sex lost that WOW factor? You may be deficient in certain vitamins. To find out which ones, you may want to take a look at this article.
As you get your children ready for back to school, don’t forget the vitamins. Your child needs an extra boost of supplements to ward off all those germs he will come in contact with once he starts playing with all of his friends. Find out which ones you should invest in as you get his school supplies this season.
Acne can cause havoc on a teen’s emotions, but there is a way to help skin stay clear without harsh creams and medications – vitamins. Treat the root of the problem by ensuring your teen gets the vitamins she needs.
It was interesting to research this article because nutrition can affect your mood. Individuals with mild depression with anxiety can find relief by ensuring they don’t become deficient in certain vitamins some studies find. Knowing which vitamins are critical to your mental health is the first step to peace of mind.
How I wrote this article, I do not know. I am such a huge fan of sugar that I need recovery in it myself. However, it takes one to know one and it’s always easier to tell someone else what to do. If you’re like me and want to stop your sugar addiction (not quite sure I want that for myself), then this article is for you.
You’d be surprised at how many people are deficient in vitamin D. Check out the symptoms of vitamin D deficiency to see if you need to do something about it.
Does acai really help people lose weight and does it have any other health benefits? You be the judge, as I take you through some of the research on this super food.
If you’re aggravated of unsightly blemishes, you may want to ditch the expensive cleansers and creams. Instead, start treating the root of your problem…your gut. Yes, your acne could be coming from toxins in your gut. To learn all about it and how probiotics can solve your acne problems, read my article on it.
You’ve probably heard that you should really eat more fish so you can benefit from omega 3. Do you know how good it is for you? And what if you don’t like fish, what should you do then? Check out my latest article on eVitamins to learn all about Omega 3s.
People searching for reasons to go back to school don’t have to go far with this article that I wrote for Yahoo! Education. It gives readers strong motivators to seek a higher education, no matter what your career ambitions.
My latest article on Yahoo! Education discusses five careers in the health care industry that have the most projected growth between 2008 to 2018. If you’re interested in changing career paths, seeking a promotion or starting out on a career path, working in health care may be what you want!
I had the pleasure to interview an impressive woman last week, Dr. Gabriela Cora. Not only is she a medical doctor, but she’s also a board certified psychiatrist AND has a MBA! Her experience and knowledge on the topic of work related stress and burnout is amazing. Take a few minutes and read the interview, you may learn a thing or two about your stress level at work or that of one of your loved ones.