Due to modern medicine and medical procedures, it is difficult to think that every mother was at risk when she gave birth. Most experiencing pregnancy go as planned or with slight complications. But according to the World Health Organization at least one woman dies from complications related to pregnancy or childbirth every minute. To […]
With daylight savings time, people across the U.S. are adjusting to a new sleep schedule. While the need for the time change is debatable, what is not disputed is the importance of having a good night’s sleep. One of the number one complaints from family, friends, colleagues and clients is a lack of sleep […]
Orlando Therapist ADHD Expert Gives Three Most Hated Non-Medical ADHD Tips
While prescription medication has it’s place, there are research studies which show children who have been placed on ADHD medication while young are substantially more likely to use and abuse drugs as they get older. Why?
The most common reaction is “My parents are giving me […]
According to the National Retail Federation, Valentine’s Day spending for 2011 was $15.7 billion. The average person was expected to spend $116.21 last year. There was even a study of the 10 most romantic cities based upon how much money is spent on Valentine’s Day. Husbands, wake up! Open your eyes. Smell the roses. […]
33 year old Rosamond McNeil died this week of a gunshot to her back. Her killer? Her abusive ex-boyfriend she tried many times to leave. The day before she died, she was granted a restraining order against her former boyfriend and father of her two children ages 7 and 9. The CEO of Harbor […]