With the year winding down, many are thinking about New Year’s resolutions. Here’s some suggestions for a healthy 2016.
I can’t let today pass without a thank you to our nation’s veterans.
People engage in online bullying because they think they can be anonymous. That’s not really the case.
Big chemical companies claim we need them to feed the world. The growth of organic shows that more and more people aren’t buying the sales pitch.
Today in the United States, 1 in 2 men are expected to get cancer. It’s stealing husbands, dads, friends, brothers, uncles. It is robbing us of people that we love, taking lives too soon, too early.
Making “perfect” a goal in our actions and lives can actually get in the way of making the progress we seek.
Cancer doesn’t care what religion we were or what side of the political aisle we sit on. Food allergies, autism, diabetes, heart disease don’t care either.
Happy 4th. Here’s to the health of our country and our inspired and collective pursuit of life, liberty and happiness.
We can reject racism, not only in its brutality but in its subtleties.
Last week, a friend died. There was no long, drawn-out illness, no last good-byes. He was 41, married, with two little boys and had a heart attack. And like that, his circle of friends was left standing with a hole in it and an unshakeable sadness.