Serious Health Issues

Do you have children? Wake up! Don’t be silent and protect them.

If you have children, if you want to have children, if you have any care for society we are living in, I urge you, wake up and don't be silent. Protest! How far can we go with such thinking? Are we stupefied completely? Dictionary says that "stupefied" means: make (someone) unable to think or feel properly.  Who did that to us? Largely ourselves but in no small measure the ones who want to make big money on the expense of our children and us! We do it to ourselves primarily and shouldn't even blame the big money makers. Their selfishness is [...]

July 12, 2016|Categories: Serious Health Issues|

Time Bomb!!!

UPDATE – June 14, 2017: Article below was written in May 2015. Before you will read it let me give you interesting update. We were contacted by Helen Sanders, who is the main editor at Health Ambition.  She recently released a very comprehensive blog post on some of the best juicing recipes for weight loss. It is lot more comprehensive, updated and quotes trustable sources and she thinks it would be a great addition to our audience. Here is the link for your review. Back to our original article: This is really amazing! You just simply have to watch it. Millions [...]

May 12, 2015|Categories: Serious Health Issues|

Dr. Paul Yim about your Health and Character

When we talk about character building we cannot overlook the significance of proper lifestyle habits. We had a privilege to listen recently to Dr. Paul Yim in our church and it was so encouraging and motivating that we asked him if we can share his presentation with our visitors. Thanks to his heartily yes, we are glad you can enjoy his three lectures. […]

May 11, 2015|Categories: Serious Health Issues|

More EXERCISE – less Cancer!!!

Research: Getting up from your desk can put the ’breaks’ on cancer As many as 49,000 cases of breast cancer and 43,000 cases of colon cancer occurring in the United States every year are linked to a lack of physical activity, according to estimates presented at the recent American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) annual conference. The estimate underscores the critical role that both activity and inactivity play in the development of specific cancers. At the conference in Washington, D.C., experts presented data from a paper on physical activity and breast cancer prevention and reviewed the mounting evidence that a [...]

November 23, 2011|Categories: Serious Health Issues|