Monthly Archives: February 2016

5 Ways The Zika Virus Is Here To Stay

[ad_1] Zika virus’ status as a global health threat may officially be over, but the disease’s impact is far from contained.  The World Health Organization decided in November to end its designation of Zika virus as a public health emergency, but that doesn’t mean that Zika virus has disappeared, explained Dr. Carlos Pardo-Villamizar, a clinical… Read More »

Look Around

[ad_1] If you try to comprehend air before breathing it, you will die. If you try to understand love before being held, you will never feel compassion. If you insist on bringing God to others before opening your very small window of life, you will never have honest friends. If you try to teach before… Read More »

And So This Is Christmas… Let The Grief In

[ad_1] It’s late December, only days to Christmas. The kids are out of school and it’s dark already at 4:30 p.m. All the lights burn in the kitchen where my husband is busy making sugar cookies with our girls. Flour dusts the counters and floors, and a delicious aroma fills the house. I’ve got emails… Read More »

The Relationship Hell Of ‘Black Mirror’

[ad_1] Black Mirror is a British television series that focuses on how future technology impacts our daily lives. It’s fairly dark, in a subtle kind of way. Like most shows we watch, the entertainment value leaves us shortly after the experience of watching it ends. Occasionally, we find a film that sticks with us for… Read More »

Why Risky Behavior Declines With Age

[ad_1] Older folks tend not to engage as much in risky behavior as teenagers and young adults do. You might call that wisdom or learned experience. But this also may be a result of lower amounts of gray matter in the brain, according to a new study. Researchers at Yale and New York University found… Read More »