I am so excited to tell everyone that I am now a contributing editor for Health and Wellness at BlogHer. What that means is; I will be surfing their BlogRoll for other women bloggers that are blogging on health and wellness issues, so I can feature them in my posts. There are contributing editors for all topics, so just register your blog…and there is a good chance you will be noticed and have your blog featured on BlogHer. It’s also a great idea to comment on topics you like….because your site link will be within the comment. Well, check it out and see what you think.
Archive for April, 2007
Posted by Catherine Morgan on April 26, 2007
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Posted by Catherine Morgan on April 22, 2007
Yesterday President Bush said, “The Supreme Court’s decision is an affirmation of the progress we have made over the past six years in protecting human dignity and upholding the sanctity of life. We will continue to work for the day when every child is welcomed in life and protected in law.”
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SEE UPDATE: Important Health News: New Evidence That Hormone Replacement May Increase Cancer In Women.
Posted by Catherine Morgan on April 19, 2007
UPDATE: Dr. Larry Norton (on the View today) — DO NOT USE ANY PRODUCT WITH ESTROGEN to treat symptoms of menopause — That includes natural products that stimulate the estrogen receptors. If you are on prescription of Estrogen, talk to your doctor before you discontinue…..there are many other medications that do not have estrogen that you doctor can prescribe for symptoms of menopause.
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I have no words for how I feel about the tragedy in Virginia, I will let the words of others speak for me…..Imagine by John Lennon
Posted by Catherine Morgan on April 18, 2007
I have no words for how I feel about the tragedy in Virginia, so I will let the words of others speak for me…..
Posted in about me, awareness, children, empowerment, faith, family, feelings, friends, grief, Health, inspirational, life, love, motherhood, opinion, parenting, peace, school, spiritual, Women | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Catherine Morgan on April 14, 2007
This is a post from my site “BE THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE IN YOURSELF“, I thought it might be good here too. Hope you like it.
picture by © silkmom
HOW WE CAN CREATE PEACE AND LOVE IN OUR LIVES – BY LETTING GO OF ANGER AND HATE – by Catherine Morgan
If we wish peace for ourselves, me must first wish peace for others. How do we do that? I think a good place to start is to take “hate” out of our thoughts and mind. It’s easy to say you’re not a hater, but to truly live a life without hating is not that easy. Here are a few suggestions….
Posted by Catherine Morgan on April 10, 2007
Can Chocolate Really Lower Blood Pressure? New Study Says….Yes!
A Four Minute Creative Visualization Tool To Help Woman Attain The Goal Of A Healthy Body – YouTube Video
Posted by Catherine Morgan on April 7, 2007
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Here Is A Four Minute Creative Visualization Tool To Help Women Attain The Goal Of A Healthy Body and Healthy Life.
ALSO SEE: TIPS FOR GETTING STARTED ON YOUR DIET
Posted by Catherine Morgan on April 3, 2007
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Iron deficiency, even to a moderate degree, can hinder women’s memory and learning — but iron supplements can turn those problems around, a study has found.
Iron is essential for delivering oxygen to cells throughout the body, and iron deficiency is known to impair brain development and learning in babies and children. But women of childbearing age are also at elevated risk of low iron stores, and less is known about the possible cognitive effects in them.
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