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Unfortunately, because of the aforementioned terrible health news, I had to pre-shoot this one. It was a choice between creating something I’d be proud to share and taking a quick shot in a strange hotel room.

Thanks to my sister for showing me this place. πŸ™‚

And thanks for the explore on 12/30/13!

Posted by m.clemm on 2013-12-30 21:47:41

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Healthy Living – Key Points For a Healthy Lifestyle

Nowadays, many of us are more concerned about our health conditions. We get a lot of tips from people who themselves are not aware on how one can live a healthy life. Considering the fact that we too are stubborn to follow most of these advices, we end up with all the frustration and regret that we did not choose to live a healthy life style at an early phase.

The earlier you practice to drink and eat healthy foods the better. Mother nature has given us a lot of options to choose from, so we could maintain a very good health condition, we should all make use of it.

Look into these drinking and eating habits that you should try starting from this day on:

1. Select food that is of great value, meaning that it contains vitamins and minerals that the body needs. Make sure that what you … Read More

Asthma, "Hidden" Asthma, And Allergies

During the winter months, colds, flu, sore throats, and respiratory illnesses become more prevalent, outdoor activities decline, family members are in closer contact with one another, and our homes are sealed up against the wintry elements. Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) declines as indoor airborne pollutants and indoor allergens increase. The accumulation of built-up antigens (allergens) within a home, typically cause family members to suffer adverse health effects. Recent research confirms the EPA’s claim that indoor air quality can be 100 times, or even in some cases, 500 times worse, than the outdoor air quality. Those persons prone to allergies and asthma suffer severely at this time of the year. Until the general public becomes aware of the dangers of polluted indoor air and then begins to demand the services, Home Indoor Allergen Control services, specializing in improving indoor air quality, will remain limited in numbers. The EPA, utilizing public service … Read More