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I’m Struggling in a Hospital Bed & God Allowed it on Purpose

Phase one of Oakwood Annapolis Hospital Emergency Department construction completed. Phase one opened for use November 8, 2012.

I’m laying in a hospital bed—miserable, bored, depressed, and confused. I’ll spare you the details, but to make a long story short I’ve had a heart defect since birth. At thirty-one years of age it has caused two major heart surgeries and five less serious procedures, the last of which unsuccessfully took …

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The Effects of Dehydration and Overhydration on Your Body and Brain

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As the mother of seven children, I find myself regularly ensuring my children are drinking enough water. I very rarely ever buy drinks at the store and I would say 99% of our beverage consumption in our home is water. The other 1% is non-dairy milk over cereal. But even …

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Johns Hopkins Psychiatrist Equates Being Transgender to Being Anorexic

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It’s hard to imagine that the transgender and gender identity movement isn’t anything more than a moral revolution that seeks to defy the created order established by God.  A national debate is raging over the topic, all for a group of people who make up 0.3% of the U.S. population. …

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This Fitness App Received the Largest Funding Ever Offered on ABC’s “Shark Tank”

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Ben Young and Gregory Coleman have developed a unique product and achieved something amazing with it.  If you aren’t familiar, ABC has a show called Shark Tank where bright minds present creative business ideas to a panel of wealthy “sharks” in hopes that one of them will invest to take …

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A World Renowned US Hospital Gave E-Cigarettes to Patients

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The Mayo Clinic is arguably the most respected hospital in the United States due to their published findings from their extensive medical research.  When they talk, everyone listens. Recently they noticed a much higher rate of complications in surgical patients who are smokers and decided to do something about it.  A research experiment …

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11-Year-Old Girl Lands Million Dollar Deal to Sell Lemonade At Whole Foods

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Little Mikaila Ulmer has a big mission—to save the bees—and this 11-year-old entrepreneur has set out to do just that with BeeSweet Lemonade. When Mikaila was 4-years-old she was stung by bees twice within the same week and became afraid of them. “I didn’t enjoy the bee stings at all. They …

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Sitting All Day is Killing Us, Altwork Has the Solution

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It turns out God’s design wasn’t for us to sit in a cubicle all day.  Shocking, I know.  A study published in the journal, Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise concluded that those who sit for most of the day were 54% more likely to die of heart attacks, even if they exercised regularly …

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What Happens When Drugs Get Drugged

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An investigative journalist, John Vibes brought to light an interesting scenario last year when reporting that the government of Colombia sprays drugs with drugs in order to kill them. They use herbicides containing the ingredient glyphosate, in order to slow the production of cocaine by destroying Coca plants with it. But that will no …

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Try these Natural Remedies to Wipe Out Common Ailments

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According to Psychology Today, prescription drugs are more lethal than illegal or street drugs. Prescription drug abuse and addiction kill far more people in the U.S. every year than all illegal drugs combined. As more people become aware of all the toxic exposure around us, the all-natural market is booming. But rather than rushing …

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5 Tips to Choose Healthier Cosmetics

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We are becoming more aware and less tolerant of the harmful chemicals in our environment—specifically those that absorb directly into our blood stream through our body’s largest organ—our skin. Some companies are beginning to step up and meet consumer demand for safe, all-natural products but we still have an uphill …

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