What Are the Top 6 Causes of Spinal Cord Injuries in the US?

Injuries to the spinal cord often leave a person without the ability to move or feel sensations. Accidents from vehicle and motorcycle crashes, diving and falling make up a large percentage of spinal cord injuries, but there are other reasons that may surprise you. Read on to discover the top six causes of spinal cord injuries in descending order. Medical Errors The sixth most common … Continue reading What Are the Top 6 Causes of Spinal Cord Injuries in the US?

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8 Lifestyles Changes to Make If You Want to Stay Healthy Well into Your Old Age

Living a healthy lifestyle is very important for longevity. As we age our bodies tend to have different needs from when we were in our 20s or 30s. That is why creating healthy habits early on can last a lifetime. But if you have gotten a little off track or you are looking to start some new healthy habits, we’ve got a few suggestions to … Continue reading 8 Lifestyles Changes to Make If You Want to Stay Healthy Well into Your Old Age

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Five Great Ways to Get Rid of Bad Breath

Bad breath can turn anyone into a social pariah. The simple fact is that people don’t want to smell bad breath when they’re trying to talk to you. We’re not talking about morning breath here, that’s normal and should go after you’ve brushed your teeth and perhaps had a quick swill of mouthwash. No, bad breath is when our breath retains a noxious odor throughout … Continue reading Five Great Ways to Get Rid of Bad Breath

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Mental Wellbeing for the Hearing Impaired: 3 Ways to Fight Depression and Social Isolation

Hearing loss and depression are highly connected. In fact, 11 percent of those who suffer from hearing loss also suffer from depression. Many people wonder where this depression comes from. Well, there are a few different factors that can contribute to this. Those who have hearing loss will often suffer from social isolation due to the inability to communicate well in social situations. It often … Continue reading Mental Wellbeing for the Hearing Impaired: 3 Ways to Fight Depression and Social Isolation

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Indiblogger Closes Shop: Another Nail in the Coffin for Blogging?

Indiblogger, the network for Indian blogs and bloggers, has recently shuttered its doors. The automated materials stay on, but the folks behind this labor of love, are gone. This provokes some thoughts on why I blog (or not), what happened to the blogosphere in the fifteen years I have been blogging, and whether I should continue blogging or not. In other words, a personal rant! Continue reading Indiblogger Closes Shop: Another Nail in the Coffin for Blogging?

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How to Stay Healthy on a Vegan Diet

Guest Post by Andrea Estrada A vegan diet is becoming more popular every year, so much so that vegan food delivery in Toronto is becoming a great deal more common than it used to be. Indeed, so many people have become vegan in the past decade that it has become a movement that is starting to take on a life of its own, something that … Continue reading How to Stay Healthy on a Vegan Diet

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Witnessing Death: The Charnel House of Choeung Ek, Cambodia

Disclaimer: Contains graphic depictions of death and brutality, unfortunatley, all of which is based on truth. There are pictures and accounts of the genocide perpetrated on the Cambodian people by the despotic rule of the Khmer Rouge, under the administration of the Angkar, with Pol Pot’s at the helm


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