In between the holiday gatherings, there are many activities that can be enjoyed by the entire family. Here is a roundup of fun things over the next week: December 17th:Zoo Lights at Reid Park Zoo Every December the Reid Park Zoo transforms into a winter wonderland with lights covering the exhibits and the paths. There… Continue reading Holiday Activities Throughout Tucson
When I was in my teens I watched a movie that made me think about male/ female roles. It was about a former beauty queen who wanted to be taken seriously as a journalist. At 5 ft 8 inches tall with a voluptuous figure, she had trouble getting people to move past her looks. She… Continue reading Walk A Mile In Someone Else’s Shoes
Growing up, well-meaning people probably tried to keep you safe by reminding you that you should bundle up in the cold, so you don't get sick. Or, a pesky sibling might have warned that if you try to hold a sneeze from escaping, that your head would explode (wow!). Ever hear somebody say that when… Continue reading The Truth Behind 13 Medical Myths
We've officially entered that wonderful time of the year. The Holidays. A time to celebrate and share with friends and family. A time to sing holiday songs, decorate the tree, light the menorah candles, honor the traditions of Kwanza and give to those that touch our lives. But instead of the good cheer and love… Continue reading What The Holidays Mean To Me.
The CDC estimates that up to 20% of the United Sates population gets the flu each year. The flu isn't just a bad cold, it can cause serious complications in those at high risk (like the very young, pregnant women, people over 65, and those with a compromised immune system). 200,000 -- Average number of… Continue reading Help Keep The Flu At Bay With These Easy Tips