It is said that nearly 10 million people in America suffer from osteoporosis and 80 percent of those are women. I am one of them.
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When I was diagnosed with breast cancer in December 2010, it felt like a terrible cosmic joke. On one level I was embarrassed, having spoken to cancer support groups for years on “Vibrational Awareness and The Healing Power of Music;” how could I “walk my talk” about energy alignment if I had cancer?
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I will never forget the feeling I felt seeing the nurse practitioner coming down the hall at Children’s Hospital with tears streaming down her face. I looked to my husband and said "this cannot be happening."
Suicide. It’s a hard word to write and a hard word to say. Some people would rather say “took their life” others opt for the more hurtful “killed themself.” Any way you say it, it changes the lives of those left behind.
February 6th, 2008 is a day I will never forget. But before we get there, let me begin by talking about the weeks leading up to this day. I was 14 years old and a star volleyball player with a very positive attitude.
Do you know someone who is struggling with drugs or alcohol? Here is the true story of how Holly Ash changed her life and she offers hope that anyone can do it.
The day my three-year old son was diagnosed with leukemia was a day that changed my life forever. My son Ethan was one month shy of his third birthday and getting the diagnosis that we got was devastating. Little did I know how that one diagnosis would compound into so much more.
Until it hits you personally you don’t feel the magnitude of what memory loss can do to a person and then subsequently to a family. It can literally devastate a family and change their lives.
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