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Yoga May Help Breast Cancer Survivors

Commented Jun 19, 2012 at 17:07:19 in Healthy Living

“This is interesting as at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore they offer the BE WELL, STAY HEALTHY program for breast cancer survivors and I know yoga is part of the offerings of the program. Nationally noted cancer researcher and epidemiologist Dr. Kathy Helzlsouer directs the program at Mercy and has done research re: ways to combat chronic debilitative fatigue suffered by cancer survivors, particularly breast cancer survivors. So interesting to see additional information about the positive role of yoga in helping such patients.”
The Wedding Planning Timeline No One Talks About

The Wedding Planning Timeline No One Talks About

Commented Jun 18, 2012 at 14:11:41 in Weddings

“Week 19 says it all. I'm going to be 50 this year and my fiancee is "40something," and this will be the first time either of us have ever been engaged, much less married. So some of the issues you raise here aren't a problem for us, i.e. the vast majority of meddling parents/relatives are either too old, too far flung or too dead (literally) to cause any trouble. If you're 20something and getting married, chances are you don't have much money and need people to give you wedding gifts like toasters and cutlery, but again, we have that covered. However, there are still challenges. The remaining relatives are either ticking us off by offering too little interest (there's a sister involved who has yet to pick up the phone to even acknowledge our engagement) or too much (I come from a family that plans out a trip to the bathroom about 7 years in advance so this idea of not already having a date, time, place, yadayada already scheduled is completely and utterly ALIEN to them). So bottomline, yes, you got it, the only people whose opinions ultimately matter or mine and my beloved's because a wedding and marriage are very much akin to (sorry, I'm a guy, time for a sports metaphor) to football and baseball. Like football, a wedding is an EVENT. Marriage, like baseball, is a lifetime COMMITMENT!”