Showing posts from September, 2011

Doctor’s not thrilled with Snooki Zantrex-3 diet pill pushing

Tabex works to stop smoking naturally

Pre-Hypertension poses stroke risk

More businesses raising awareness for Breast Cancer

Men are the weaker sex

Kroger doing their part for Breast Cancer

Coffee the Slasher of Depression

Need fitness buddy? Experts suggest Fido

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome not caused by XMRV virus

Army suicides lessened by Omega 3’s

Strings of colored beads for birth control

Bullying a Hate Crime

Not very often do I get soap box and preach nor do I want too. However, this time is a little a different. As you know I write news on Detroit Examiner. Searching for this mornings news not only I find it but what I had found had turned this bright sunny day into a dark one.

Jamey Rodemeyer made today’s top news headlines. Jamey had made the news not for a crime that he had committed but for a crime that was committed against him which had led to this young man’s soul being gone at the young age of just fourteen. Jamey. Jamey just like any other teen had his social networks, friends and just your normal teen. Did I mention Jamey was gay? Due to his sexual orientation he had endured years of torment and teasing, in one word bullying.

Back in May of this year he had made an up beat and encouraging video “It Gets Better”, unfortunately it did not get better for Jamey or others who had lost their young lives to bullying.

Ryan Patrick Halligan, was thirteen years old when this young soul h…

Lady Gaga bullying a Hate Crime

Are canned foods exposing children to BPA

Look simply dazzling

Novartis AG new drug may provide relief for Juvenile Arthritis

Weight-loss pill manufactures still attempting to gain FDA Approval

White fleshy fruits and vegetables for Stroke Prevention

Governor Snyder shaping up Michigan’s Health

Olive Garden joins first lady’s ‘Lets Move” Campaign

Fall the most beautiful season for fitness

Ovarian Cancer Awareness month; Early detection valuable

Diabetes skyrockets to 366 Million

IUD’s cuts Cervical Cancer risk

Low dose insulin spray may aide Alzheimer’s

Sponge Bob may hinder a child's learning

States rally for Breast Cancer

Alternative Therapies increasing in hospitals

One drink or less equals healthy aging

9/11 Memories linger so do the health effects

Evidence of Chondrotin Sulfate shifts in favor of supplement

Safety of Osteoporosis Drugs in question

What dangers lurk from your treadmill?

A few simple steps for Diabetes Prevention

Lower blood pressure with purple spuds