Don’t let Glaucoma steal your vision. Some people wait until they’ve lost their side vision before they consult an eye doctor. Did you know it’s estimated 3 million people don’t know they have glaucoma? In glaucoma, the normal flow and drainage of fluid within the eye is disrupted. Pressure builds up from this blockage and…Read more »
Here is an easy cookie to bake for the holidays. My cul-de-sac neighbors and I exchange cookies every year during the holidays. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Grease cookie sheets. Ina large bowl, combine 1 cup brown sugar, 1/2 cup shortening, 1 egg, and 1/2 tsp. vanilla extract. Blend well. Add 1/4 tsp. salt,…Read more »
My husband came across some harsh advice from the suffragette period of time and I thought I would share it. Do not marry at all Must avoid the flirts, beauty men, tailor’s dummies, football enthusiasts, and bounders Look for strong, tame men, fire-lighters, coal-getters, window cleaners, and yard swiller Don’t expect too much. Most men…Read more »
Christmas is my favorite holiday. I just love to decorate for it.
I love to make wreathes every year around this time. I decided on a sweet theme this year based off the gingerbread boy.
Chrohn’s Disease affects you anywhere in the gut, while Ulcerative Colitis affects the lining of your colon and rectum. Chrohn’s typically involves abdominal pain. Ulcerative Colitis is associated with rectal bleeding and stool frequency. Both cause issues in places such as skin, eyes, joints, and liver, yet it’s more common in Ulcerative Colitis. People can…Read more »
Gut health is more than a reflection of what you eat. It includes the components of your lifestyle like sleep schedule, stress levels, and exercise regimens. The typical American diet is heavy in fats and low in fruits and vegetables which doesn’t create a good environment for your gut. Aim for a balanced diet that…Read more »