Archive for November, 2007
What exactly is MRSA? It is an acronym that stands for Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus. This bacteria can be responsible for some of the most resistant infections in humans.
There are two classification types. The CA-MRSA is found in communities and the HA-MRSA comes from the hospitals and nursing homes. It is commonly [...]
Thanksgiving, a North American celebration is replete with traditions dating back to 1578, when an English Explorer, Martin Frobisher, sought a passage through Canada to the orient. A ceremony was held giving thanks for surviving the long journey. The Canadian Thanksgiving is equivalent to the European harvest festival, where churches are filled with [...]
How can a child convert imagination, experienced when they are allowed free time to play, into a positive life long behavioral change? This magical uninhibited creative time can allow a child important learning and enhancing behavior.
“Aha,” so say you doubters out there. “What’s the real significance of this philosophical banter?” Well actually, [...]
A theory on sleeping and obesity has been publicized. If you sleep longer, you eat less. That seems logical. I mean, how can you eat if you’re sleeping? Right? At least that’s what we’re being told by researchers, who discovered this in their initial study of over 9,000 people between [...]
When I was a kid, Halloween was one of those holidays that everyone loved. After all, where else could you get so much free candy? I remember my Mom making costumes for my sisters and I. She would create a pattern; arrange the fabric and voile…pure magic…a circus clown appeared. She [...]
Looks like that’s the buzz around SunPower Kidz™ land. Can you imagine offering children a positive influence? Is offering fruits, vegetables and other natural foods containing polyphenols that novel? Just imagine a parent helping to prevent or reduce the odds of adult diseases such as Cancer, Diabetes, and Heart Disease. Can [...]