Monthly Archives: March 2011

Cellphone Radiation May Alter Your Brain

Be careful, please!!!! Business Day Personal Tech Cellphone Radiation May Alter Your Brain. Let’s Talk. Illustration by The New York Times By KATE MURPHY Published: March 30, 2011 In a culture where people cradle their cellphones next to their heads … Continue reading

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Doctors and Jobs and Retirement Fund

Back here on a Monday, after having enjoyed Anna Capoccia’s homemade lasagna. We have enough for another time too! I saw Dr. Sivieri on Thursday, and we went over all the test results, which he still claims do not mean … Continue reading

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Green Fruit…

We order many groceries from both Peapod (Giant) and Safeway. It is not great, but since we cannot go to the grocery store, it is an alternative. Guido has become quite an expert at Balducci’s, but that’s the only place … Continue reading

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Death to Corporate Greed… and I Want Out!

Evening on a Sunday, any Sunday, but not really. It is a specific Sunday, the 20th of March 2011, and I am still in limbo – literally.  I surprise myself by the few things I manage to do, but when … Continue reading

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Dental X-ray Thyroid Cancer Risk

I am posting this article because not many people know about it. I have told quite a few, but I got the feeling that they did not trust me.  It is official now, so please pass it on to others … Continue reading

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A Larger Tragedy – Get Out of Your Bubble!

Another day full of bad news, and this time it is really bad. I simply cannot understand some people who have not even seen one bit of what happened in Japan. Fortunately, they are few, but still… It is almost … Continue reading

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Women Who Drink Coffee Live Longer? (NOT Decaf, Though)…

Women Who Drink Coffee Live Longer? Women Who Drink Coffee Live Longer? In a piece of news that I find frankly surprising, a study has found that women who drink coffee are 25 percent less likely to die from heart … Continue reading

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