#4 – Four Ways to Treat DI

Please enter The Classroom. Public involvement is needed to save lives after head injury. Chances are that a teen was involved in a car accident, resulting in a head injury. Even as a teen in school, you may be the first to notice changes in your BFF. Your Best Friend Forever will thank you for... Continue Reading →

#1 – 10 Signs of a Brain Injury

For most people, a traumatic or acquired brain injury starts in the car. Two million Americans will get a brain injury this year. If there is lots of blood or broken bones on the car accident scene, or if someone is in a coma, a severe traumatic brain injury can be diagnosed on site. At first... Continue Reading →

#3 – Sweet Urine and D.I.

When you hear that someone is 'diabetic,' that usually refers to the formal name, diabetes mellitus. Mellitus is the Latin word for 'sweet like honey.' Historically, Egyptian manuscripts circa 1500 B.C. write of a disease associated with much urine output. Indians used the word,  madhumeha (‘honey urine’) because ants were attracted to the sugary urine.... Continue Reading →

7 Categories of Winter Squash

Squash is a fruit from the pumpkin family. It's relatives are the melon and cucumber. Zuccini is the Italian word for squash, which originated with American Indians. Great choice for health, Mom or Dad, teen! See the BONUS below! 7 Categories of Winter Squash: Pie.The pink banana squash is commonly sold in plastic wrap, cubed. Use... Continue Reading →

10 Health Benefits of Winter Squash

Going out to dinner? Check out the squash soup! And Wow! Is that really squash in the stew? If you want to eat for immunonutrition, you're off to a great start with organic winter squash. Once you know how valuable winter squash is for your healthy body, you'll be ordering differently on travels and outside meals.... Continue Reading →

The 9 Water-Soluble Vitamins

Whenever you cook virtually anything green, orange, yellow or red, it probably contains water-soluble vitamins. If you throw away the water, you throw away these nutrients, so please be mindful to consider incorporating vegetable water for a puree, soup, rice or potato dish. And it is great to have more than brown-colored food on your plate! Keep... Continue Reading →

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