We have all heard that low blood sugar can lead to anger, among other things. But how much do we actually focus on the role of food on our moods and relationships? According to findings just published in the Proceedings of the national Academy of Sciences, missing a meal can indeed be very bad for […]
Archive for April, 2014
April 15, 2013 was their wedding day- one they knew would be special and always remembered. Turns out, it would be seared into their memory as their day of love and happiness became a day of horror and great loss for so many of the people they had wanted to celebrate with.
Robert and Kelli Watling […]
In the New York Times “well.blogs” on April 17th, there was a provocative piece on the high use of antidepressant drugs in young adults. According to the author, Doris Iarovici, M.D., more and more young people are taking these drugs and staying on them for much longer periods than they were intended for. These “emerging […]
Baby news is almost always good, exciting news- but when the expectant mother is the high profile daughter of a popular ex- President, it’s really NEWS.
For some time now her parents have been hinting at how much they would like to be grandparents- have to wonder why they didn’t have more than one to help […]
In the United States, it’s always been seen as a good thing if someone who is running for public office is married and has a family. Family men and women are portrayed as having certain values, are seen as more in touch with their constituents- and are perceived as somehow more reliable and trustworthy than […]
Here we go again- competing over who has it worse or better. There is a unique spin on this one, however. It’s “office jobs” moms in one corner and “other working moms” in the other (in particular actresses and those who travel a lot).
Gwyneth Paltrow dished to E! News on how much harder it is […]
In her Motherlode blog for The New York Times, Cara Paiuk talks about the one word you should never say after I love you. Yes you guessed it, it’s the “but” word. The valid point that Ms. Paiuk makes is that when someone says I love you followed by “but”, they are essentially negating, dismissing, […]
Are you a divorced, widowed or single senior who has begun dating again after many years or contemplating doing so? If so, you are probably like many 60+ adults who haven’t had much dating experience for say, 40 or so years. You might be wondering where you should even start to look for other compatible […]