Different Types of Breast Cancer

Perhaps if you’re already experiencing some of the symptoms of breast cancer, you’re more concerned in determining the type of cancer you have. So, what are the different types of breast cancer? About 5-10% of breast cancer incidents are due to hereditary factors. Individuals with genetic defects in the BRCA1 (breast bane gene1) and BRCA2…

What Causes Cold Sores to Reactivate?

Cold sores, also called as fever blister are small painful blisters that suggest the sign of herpes simplex outbreak. It is estimated that around 80-85% of the total world population will have herpes simplex sometimes in their life. Although cold sores are mild compared to other viral infections, they can cause extreme physical discomfort and…

Is a Dopamine Supplement Right for You?

First, let’s start with what dopamine is and why it’s so important. Dopamine comes from a specific amino acid known as Tyrosine. Dopamine is an extremely vital neurotransmitter that has a host of different role’s it plays in the body, most of which is helping to support brain function. Memory, mental focus, concentration, emotional states,…

Why Fucose?

Haven’t heard of fucose? Think it’s the latest teen dance craze? Think again, because fucose could make a huge difference in your quality of life. Fucose is a rare sugar, one of the eight known bioactive sugars essential for proper cell to cell communication. Found in many plants, marine algae is purported to be one…

The Saving of NASCAR’s Jack Roush

It was Friday evening, and Larry and Donna Hicks were about to watch the six o’clock news in their lakeside home at Palos Verdes Estates outside Troy, Alabama. Hicks was a 52-year-old retired Sergeant Major with the Marines, now working as a conservation enforcement officer for the state of Alabama. He had arrived home from…

Compassionate Touch and Alzheimer’s

Before we consider compassionate touch or massage, and Alzheimer’s disease, we need to know what Alzheimer’s disease actually is. It is a neurological disorder characterized by a loss of memory, speechlessness and paralysis. It is a progressive disease that destroys parts of the brain, and is therefore incurable. Compassionate Touch and Deciding on Massage Approach…

Hymen and Virginity: A Social Humiliation

Nature discerns individuals of all the species enduring on the planet earth either as male or female who live together for a shorter time span or for a life time partaking in building up of a population by courtship and mating. Both male and female individuals are well-appointed with an exceedingly advanced reproductive system that…

The Boundaries of Chaplain Confidentiality

“A woman was in a room of her sick child when she was visited by a civilian hospital chaplain. She told the chaplain a number of things about herself and her family, including the fact that she was pregnant. The following day she was taken aback when a nurse approached her and inquired about her…

Foodservice and Restaurant Merchandising 101

Visual food merchandising is one of the hottest trends in the restaurant, foodservice and hospitality industry today, which is the fine art of presenting your products in a way that gets your customers to buy, as well as bringing your products to life with eye-catching displays of freshness, color, quality and abundance. A great food…

Mexican Dentists Pros and Cons

When an American citizen has a toothache and can’t afford traditional dentists, crossing the border is one option. Our neighboring country of Mexico offers less costly prescription drugs and other medical services including dentistry. Many U.S. residents would not be able to afford certain types of health care without this less expensive option. But is…

Temperament in Life and Work

Free will can carry us far but not infinitely beyond our genetic limits. We can stretch ourselves like a rubber band can stretch, but only so much. It's like Stephen King is never going to be Stephen Colbert, no matter how much he polishes his comic delivery, and Stephen Colbert can never be Stephen King,…