To loosely quote Lionel Richie: “Aloe? Is it me you’re looking for?” If you spend any time indoors, aloe could be just what you’re looking for. Our homes, offices and schools are a breeding ground for harmful bacteria, mold and other air pollutants that can wreak havoc on our bodies.
Is there a familiar face that you see around town, and one that you would recognize anywhere? You know, someone that feels as much a part of your hometown as your family does? The only difference being that you do not even know their name.
We have all been in that place before of wondering how this would end. Would it end? Would we survive it? Questioning every aspect, longing for a quick fix. How did we end up in this place? Surely this is all a dream, and we will wake up and it will all be over. There is only one problem here.
More and more Americans are turning to the internet for answers to their health-related questions. In fact, a recent Pew Research study shows that one in three of us have gone online to figure out a medical condition. So what questions are we asking?
Matthew Bonner started Kindergarten just this fall. While his future classmates were preparing for this milestone; Matthew was hard at work building his unique resume as one of the few six-year-olds to compete in the world’s largest, amateur, motocross race this summer.
In 1964, Donna Axum Whitworth, of El Dorado, Arkansas, won the title of Miss America. Though many women find this to be an accomplishment, but also the peak of their career and lives, this was only the beginning for Whitworth.