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” Sitting more now your body is enjoying it less women listen up”

American Cancer Society researchers finds that physical activity can be somewhat nullified by spend sitting too long. It may even raise the risk of an earlier death. Researchers say time spent sitting was independently associated with total mortality, regardless of physical activity level.

Spend more time active and less time sitting.
Sitting increases obesity, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease risk factors, and unhealthy dietary patterns in children and adults (18-20), very few studies have examined time spent sitting in relation to total mortality.
Alpa Patel, Ph.D. analyzed survey responses from 123,216 individuals (53,440 men and 69,776 women) who had no history of cancer, heart attack, stroke, or emphysema/other lung disease enrolled in the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Prevention II study in 1992. They examined the amount of time spent sitting and physical activity in relation to mortality between 1993 and 2006.

Risk for women is greater. If women spent six hours per day sitting = 37 percent greater risk of dying than those who sat fewer than 3 hours a day during the time of their study.

The more leisure time spent sitting the higher the risk of mortality. If women spent six hours per day sitting = 37 percent greater risk of dying than those who sat fewer than 3 hours a day during the time of their study.

Men who sat more than 6 hours a day =18 percent greater risk of dying than those who sat fewer than 3 hours per day.

The longer one sits per day the greater the chances of cardiovascular disease mortality than for cancer mortality.
If physical activity is minimum than death rate increased for  women (94%) and for men (48%).

The researchers examined the participants’ amount of time spent sitting and physical activity in relation to mortality over the 13-year period.

Dr. Patel says. “Prolonged time spent sitting, independent of physical activity, has been shown to have important metabolic consequences, and may influence things like triglycerides, high density lipoprotein, cholesterol, fasting plasma glucose, resting blood pressure, and leptin, which are biomarkers of obesity and cardiovascular and other chronic diseases.

The results are published in an early online edition of the American Journal of Epidemiology.

Get moving walk, swim, dance, do martial arts or yoga and Cellercise.


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“If it smells bad don’t touch or eat it-vendor ball park critical health violations”

As reported on ESPN’s,  “Outside the Lines” checked out health department inspection reports for food and beverage outlets at all 107 North American arenas and stadiums that were home to Major League Baseball, National Football League, National Hockey League and National Basketball Association teams in 2009.

An 2009 report cited more than half of the concession stands or restaurants for at least one if not more

“critical” or “major” health violation.

Such violations pose a risk for foodborne illnesses that can make someone sick, or, in extreme cases, become fatal.

“[That]”critical” or “major” health violation.) ( tells consumers that they should be very concerned about some of the food that they are eating and purchasing in a lot of these stadiums,” said Chris Waldrop, director of the Food Policy Institute at the Consumer Federation of America, a Washington, D.C., nonprofit organization that lobbies for stronger food safety laws.

Food vendor violations -check out the worst violators – Good care and the Ugly

Arizona Chase Field Arizona Diamondbacks Vendors with critical violations: 28% Inspection report: In July 2008, a worker at a TGI Friday’s at the ballpark was diagnosed with salmonella poisoning. When inspectors visited the restaurant, they issued two critical violations for improper employee hand-washing and not requiring employees to report illnesses. Arena Phoenix Coyotes Vendors with critical violations: 33% Report: Inspectors spotted an employee scooping ice with his bare hands instead of using scoops.

University of Phoenix Stadium Arizona Cardinals Vendors with critical violations: 28%

Report: Inspectors asked a vendor to toss seven hamburgers being held below the required 130-degree temperature for hot, ready-to-serve food.
US Airways Center Phoenix Suns Vendors with critical violations: 38%  mouse droppings and dozens of flies and a live roach in the dish room

California Angel Stadium of Anaheim Los Angeles Angels Vendors with critical violations: 16%

Inspection report excerpt: Most recent inspection reports show improvements on rat-related violations that occurred in prior visits.
ARCO Arena Sacramento Kings Vendors with critical violations: 25%

Inspection report excerpt: Inspectors found some shrimp pasta salad at 52 degrees, which was too warm.
AT&T Park San Francisco Giants Vendors with critical violations: 4%

Inspection report excerpt: Inspectors found a few instances of food being kept at improper temperatures.
Candlestick Park San Francisco 49ers Vendors with critical violations: 13% Inspection report excerpt: Inspectors found one location with no hot water, posing a sanitary threat.

Dodger Stadium Los Angeles Dodgers Vendors with critical violations: 13%  Inspection report excerpt: At least one location had mold growing inside an ice machine.

Honda Center Anaheim Ducks Vendors with critical violations: 3%  Inspection report excerpt: The only major violation was for not having chlorine sanitizer in the kitchen’s dishwashing machine.

HP Pavilion at San Jose San Jose Sharks Vendors with critical violations: 20%

Inspection report: 1 location, inspectors found Chinese chicken salad had warmed to 60 degrees, about 20 degrees above a safe temperature.
McAfee Coliseum Oakland Raiders, Oakland Athletics Vendors with critical violations: 34%

Inspection report: Several locations lacked adequate hand-washing equipment.
Oracle Arena Golden State Warriors Vendors with critical violations: 19%

Inspection report: Potato salad left out at an unsafe temperature during one game was put back into a cooler to be reused.
Petco Park San Diego Padres Vendors with critical violations: 10%

Inspection report: At one location, chicken salad and turkey wraps were measured at 53 to 55 degrees, above safe temperatures.
Qualcomm Stadium San Diego Chargers Vendors with critical violations: 17%

Inspection report excerpt: Food was not being held at a proper temperature at at least seven locations.

Staples Center Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Kings Vendors with critical violations: 11%

Inspection report excerpt: One stand dumped 9.5 pounds of sushi after inspectors found that it become too warm.

Canada Air Canada Centre Toronto Raptors, Toronto Maple Leafs

Vendors with critical violations: 0% Inspection report excerpt: No critical or major violations.

Bell Centre Montreal Canadiens Vendors with critical violations: 3% Inspection report excerpt: Food found at an improper temperature.

General Motors Place Vancouver Canucks Vendors with critical violations: 9%

Inspection report: A sushi display cooler was malfunctioning, and the temperature of the sushi rose above safe levels. Inspectors also cautioned one stand regarding properly heating donairs, which have been tied to E. coli outbreaks elsewhere in Canada.
Pengrowth Saddledome Calgary Flames Vendors with critical violations: 14%

Inspection report excerpt: Utensils and equipment at one location were not being cleaned and sanitized properly.
Rexall Place Edmonton Oilers Vendors with critical violations: 25% Inspection report excerpt: At one location, workers used contaminated cleaning items.

Rogers Centre Toronto Blue Jays Vendors with critical violations: 0%

Scotiabank Place Ottawa Senators Vendors with critical violations: 0%

Colorado Coors Field Colorado Rockies Vendors with critical violations: 62%

Inspection report: Inspectors discovered a refrigerator keeping cheese and sour cream at 52 degrees overnight, which is too warm.
Invesco Field at Mile High Stadium Denver BroncosVendors with critical violations: 61%

Inspection report excerpt: At three bars, inspectors found fruit flies in bottles of whiskey.

Pepsi Center Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche Vendors with critical violations: 67%

Inspection report excerpt: At one bar, inspectors found phorid flies, sometimes called coffin flies, in a bottle of cognac.

Florida  American Airlines Arena Miami Heat Vendors with critical violations: 93%

Inspection report: Critical violations included several safety issues related to electrical wiring and such equipment as gas boilers.

Amway Arena Orlando Magic Vendors with critical violations: 75%

Inspection report: At a location that sells fish, inspectors found potentially hazardous ready-to-eat food not consumed/sold within a week of opening/preparation.

BankAtlantic Center Florida Panthers Vendors with critical violations: 67%

Inspection report excerpt: Inspectors issued several violations for soiled ice bins and coolers.
Jacksonville Municipal Stadium Jacksonville Jaguars Vendors with critical violations: 77%  Inspection report: At least 11 locations cited for holding hot food at temperatures below 135 degrees, causing potential bacterial growth.

Raymond James Stadium Tampa Bay Buccaneers Vendors with critical violations: 84%

Inspection report excerpt: Inspectors found chicken tenders not being cooked to the required 165 degrees.
St. Pete Times Forum Tampa Bay Lightning Vendors with critical violations: 88%

Inspection report: At one location with five critical violations, an inspector saw an employee handle dirty dishes and then put away clean dishes without washing his/her hands or changing gloves. The same location lacked soap at a hand sink.

Sun Life Stadium Miami Dolphins, Florida Marlins Vendors with critical violations: 93%

Inspection report: In June 2009, an employee complained anonymously that small insects and other debris were blended into frozen alcoholic beverages at a stand where equipment wasn’t being cleaned. When inspectors checked, they issued a critical violation for a buildup of slime inside the frozen drinks machine.

Tropicana Field Tampa Bay Rays Vendors with critical violations: 100%

Inspection report: Several violations addressed dirty countertops, utensils and equipment. Although every report indicated a critical violation, all vendors met basic inspection standards to keep operating.

Georgia Georgia Dome Atlanta Falcons Vendors with critical violations: 32% Inspection report: Inspectors found several employees not properly washing hands or without access to adequate hand-washing facilities.

Philips Arena Atlanta Hawks, Atlanta Thrashers Vendors with critical violations: 35%

Inspection report: At a couple of locations, inspectors found food not being protected from contamination.
Turner Field Atlanta Braves Vendors with critical violations: 19% Inspection report: Inspectors found bacterial growth on a ketchup dispenser and asked that the product be discarded.

Illinois Soldier Field Chicago Bears Vendors with critical violations: 12% Report: Almost all violations were due to a lack of hot water.

United Center Chicago Bulls, Chicago Blackhawks Vendors with critical violations: 0%

U.S. Cellular Field Chicago White Sox Vendors with critical violations: 0%

Wrigley Field Chicago Cubs Vendors with critical violations: 0%

Indiana Conseco Fieldhouse Indiana Pacers Vendors with critical violations: 12%  Inspection report: Evidence of pests or rodents found 2 locations.

Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis Colts Vendors with critical violations: 7%  Inspection report: Vendors received 39 critical violations during a series of inspections in 2009 for pests or rodents. Last November, a local TV station highlighted problems the stadium had with mice after inspectors found mouse droppings, dead mice and live mice in various parts of the stadium, prompting action. During a series of inspections in late December 2009 and January 2010, only one critical violation for pests or rodents was found.

Louisiana Louisiana Superdome New Orleans Saints Vendors violations: 12% Report: Inspectors found rodent droppings and dirty surfaces and utensils at one location.

New Orleans Arena New Orleans Hornets Vendors violations: 6% Report: Inspectors found chemicals stored near food and/or food-serving equipment.

Maryland FedEx Field Washington Redskins Vendors violations: 36%  Report: Employee touched his/her face and then prepared food with his/her hands without washing or changing gloves.

M&T Bank Stadium Baltimore Ravens Vendors violations: 4% Report: Inspectors ordered one vendor to mark leftover, rewrapped food with a proper date to prevent using spoiled products.

Oriole Park at Camden Yards Baltimore Orioles Vendors with critical violations: 9%

Inspection report: Inspectors found at least two stands without hot water, which is necessary for sanitization.

Massachusetts Fenway Park Boston Red Sox Vendors with critical violations: 4%

Inspection report: Inspectors found raw steak that had warmed to almost 60 degrees, which was above safe temperatures.
Gillette Stadium New England Patriots Vendors with critical violations: 0%

TD Garden Boston Celtics, Boston Bruins Vendors violations: 21%  Inspection report: Storing dishwashing chemicals on top of an ice machine resulted in a critical violation for one location.

Michigan Comerica Park Detroit Tigers Vendors with critical violations: 51%  Inspection report: Temperature of some cod at a high-end stadium club was 68 degrees more than 25 degrees warmer than required; inspectors demanded it be discarded.

Ford Field Detroit Lions Vendors with critical violations:: 70%  Inspection report: Inspectors cited one location 11 times in the past six years after seeing employees who didn’t wash their hands. At another stand, they found an employee’s half-eaten hamburger in a warming unit.
Joe Louis Arena Detroit Red Wings Vendors with critical violations:: 52%  Inspection report: Poisonous or toxic materials were stored atop items used to serve customers, posing a potential risk of contamination. Inspectors also found roaches below a soda dispenser at one location.

The Palace of Auburn Hills Detroit Pistons Vendors with critical violations:: 31%  Inspection report: food debris on a countertop slicer, which was a repeat critical violation for this stand.

Minnesota Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome Minnesota Vikings Vendors with critical violations:: 8% Inspection report: One location was cited for having sanitizing solution that was too weak. Solutions have to meet a certain concentration considered strong enough to kill harmful microorganisms.

Target Center Minnesota Timberwolves Vendors with critical violations: 39% Inspection report: Inspectors cited one location with five critical violations, including a repeat violation for not cleaning a slicer to prevent cross-contamination.

Target Field Minnesota Twins Vendors with critical violations:: N.A. Inspection report: New stadium. No inspection records available at the time of request.

Xcel Energy Center Minnesota Wild Vendors with critical violations: 17% Inspection report: Chicken strips for topping a Caesar salad were found at 105 degrees, when they should have been at least 140 degrees.

Missouri Arrowhead Stadium Kansas City Chiefs Vendors with critical violations:: 56% Inspection report:

One location had 5 critical violations during its last routine inspection had, among other problems, several hot foods not being held at proper temperatures. Inspectors had workers either discard or reheat certain foods, including cooked funnel-cake fries.

Busch Stadium St. Louis Cardinals Inspection report: 12%  No hand towels at a hand-washing sink caused two stands to incur critical violations.
Edward Jones Dome St. Louis Rams Vendors with critical violations: 21%

Inspection report: One location got a critical violation for not having hand towels at a sink.
Kauffman Stadium Kansas City Royals Vendors with critical violations: 62%

Inspection report excerpt: Inspectors cited one location with multiple violations for having several items that were either above or below safe temperatures; they found food debris on knives stored in a knife rack.

Scottrade Center St. Louis Blues  NO Vendors violations: 0%

New Jersey Giants Stadium New York Giants, New York Jets (former) Vendors violations: 20% Inspection report: Managers tossed 20 pounds of ground beef after inspectors cited them for letting partially grilled burgers with raw centers sit at unsafe temperatures for three hours before final cooking.

Izod Center New Jersey Nets Vendors with critical violations: 20%  Inspection report: Inspectors found a seemingly spoiled and “odorous” can of cherry ice cream topping that had been left opened and uncovered in an unrefrigerated storage cabinet.

Meadowlands Stadium New York Giants, New York Jets Vendors with critical violations: N.A. New stadium No records

Prudential Center New Jersey Devils Vendors with critical violations: 6%

Inspection report: Inspectors noted that at one location, the person in charge “did not demonstrate adequate knowledge of food safety,” and the sink lacked soap and paper towels, and there was no sanitizer solution.

New York Citi Field New York Mets Vendors with critical violations: 45% Inspection report: Inspectors found 20 pounds of grilled chicken registered at 70 degrees in a refrigerator, about 30 degrees warmer than allowed.

HSBC Arena Buffalo Sabres Vendors with critical violations: 8% Inspection report: Two critical violations for having a toxic chemical in an unlabeled spray bottle.

Madison Square Garden New York Knicks, New York Rangers Vendors with critical violations: 61% Report: 1 stand, inspectors found “53 mouse excreta” (38 on top of a metal box underneath the cash registers in the front food-prep/service area and 15 on top of a carbonated-beverage dispensing unit).

Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum New York Islanders Vendors violations: 0%

Ralph Wilson Stadium Buffalo Bills Vendors with critical violations: 12%  Inspection report : In one case an inspector ordered workers at one stand to toss all hot dogs and sausages because they were too warm while waiting to be cooked.

Yankee Stadium New York Yankees Vendors with critical violations: 48%  Inspection report excerpt: Five hot dogs registered 91 degrees in a hot-holding unit when they were supposed to be no cooler than 140. Inspectors also had a vendor dump a bottle of Chivas Regal whiskey containing dead fruit flies.

North Carolina Bank of America Stadium Carolina Panthers Vendors with critical violations: 55%

Inspection report: Inspectors witnessed employees at several locations improperly keeping personal drink cups near food prep and saw one worker eating from a fryer basket.
RBC Center Carolina Hurricanes Vendors with critical violations: 67% Inspection report: Inspectors cited one vendor after watching employees handle raw, breaded chicken while loading fryers and then handling cooked food without changing gloves or washing hands. The employees placed cooked chicken back in the same container used to pre-portion raw chicken before cooking.

Time Warner Cable Arena Charlotte Bobcats Vendors with critical violations: 73% Inspection report: At one location, inspectors found debris under a slicer blade and pulled three pans that needed to be cleaned again.

Ohio Cleveland Browns Stadium Cleveland Browns Vendors with critical violations: 9%

Inspection report: Inspectors found food spillage from raw hamburger and no sanitizing solution to clean the surface of the work station.
Great American Ball Park Cincinnati Reds Vendors with critical violations: 40% Inspection report: Inspectors saw an employee scraping food debris from a spatula using the trash bin and then trying to continue using the same spatula without cleaning it.

Nationwide Arena Columbus Blue Jackets Vendors violations: 9% Report: One violations was for employees’ handling lemons, limes and oranges with their bare hands while placing them on beverage glasses.

Paul Brown Stadium Cincinnati Bengals Vendors with critical violations: 31%

Inspection report: Inspectors found a few stands where hot dogs were being held at unsafe temperatures, among other violations.

Progressive Field Cleveland Indians Vendors critical violations: 6%  Inspectioreport: Food-contact surfaces were dirty at one location that incurred a critical violation.

Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland Cavaliers Vendors with critical violations: 14% Inspection report: 3 violations at one location for coolers that weren’t working, food that was improperly refrigerated or marked with an incorrect date, and an employee who touched food with bare hands.

Oklahoma Ford Center Oklahoma City Thunder Vendors violations: 8% Inspection report: Inspectors temporarily closed a stand – its hand-washing sink was not operable.

Oregon Rose Garden Arena Portland Trail Blazers Vendors with critical violations: 53% Inspection report: In a cooler, inspectors found raw meat and seafood stored above ready-to-eat tacos during a prior inspection.

Pennsylvania Citizens Bank Park Philadelphia Phillies Vendors with critical violations: 29%

Inspection report: A few locations received critical violations for not having a food-safety-certified supervisor present.
Heinz Field Pittsburgh Steelers Vendors with critical violations: 61% Inspection report: Inspectors found employees lacking in overall food-safety knowledge after observing one worker washing his hands with his gloves on. Another location had a gallon of milk that had expired 10 days prior.
Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia Eagles Vendors violations: 33%  Inspection report: no installing sneeze guards on a buffet and not providing a hand-washing station.

Mellon Arena Pittsburgh Penguins Vendors violations: 55% Inspection report: One of the arena’s higher-end clubs, inspectors found a live cockroach on top of a soda dispenser holster behind the bar.

PNC Park Pittsburgh Pirates Vendors with critical violations: 53% Inspection report: At one location with seven critical violations, inspectors found raw chicken and beef stored above bread, and found restrooms without any hot water.

Wachovia Center Philadelphia 76ers, Philadelphia Flyers Vendors with critical violations: 15%

Inspection report: Inspectors found evidence of mouse and fruit fly infestations at one bar location.

Tennessee Bridgestone Arena Nashville Predators Vendors with critical violations: 59%

Inspection report: Nashville inspectors, who also score vendors, gave the facility’s lowest score ” 75″ to a vendor with 3 critical and 9 non-critical violations.
FedExForum Memphis Grizzlies Vendors with critical violations: 4%  Inspection report: Toxic items were improperly stored at one location.

LP Field Tennessee Titans Vendors with critical violations: 62%  Inspection report excerpt: Nashville inspectors, who also score vendors, gave the facility’s lowest score “74” to a vendor with 3 critical and 10 non-critical violations.

Texas American Airlines Center Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars Vendors with critical violations: 40%

Inspection report: Expired milk, brown lettuce and employees caught drinking or eating while they were working in the stand accounted for some of the stadium’s critical violations.
AT&T Center San Antonio Spurs Vendors with critical violations: 48%

Inspection report excerpt: Inspectors found 18 pounds of hot dogs that had expired more than 10 days prior.

Cowboys Stadium Dallas Cowboys Vendors with critical violations: 72%  Inspection report: In its first season, Cowboys Stadium had a relatively high percentage of critical violations, including several for inadequate hand-washing facilities. At one kiosk, hot dogs were 71 degrees, almost half the required holding temperature of 135 degrees.

Minute Maid Park Houston Astros Vendors with critical violations: 3%  Inspection report: One location with a self-service buffet received a critical violation for not having sneeze guards in place.

Rangers Ballpark in Arlington Texas Rangers Vendors with critical violations: 62%  Inspection report: One pizza vendor incurred 12 critical violations, mostly for improper food temperatures and for not preventing possible contamination.

Reliant Stadium Houston Texans Vendors with critical violations: 26%  Inspection report: In September 2009, inspectors responded to a complaint that a 3-year-old boy contracted food poisoning after eating a concession hot dog. They checked out the stand the next day and found no violations. They could not confirm the complaint.

Toyota Center Houston Rockets Vendors with critical violations: 13%

Inspection report excerpt: At one stand, knives were put back into a knife rack without being cleaned.

Utah EnergySolutions Arena Utah Jazz Vendors with critical violations: 50%

Inspection report: Hot dogs waiting to be served had dropped below safe temperatures at several locations.

Washington  Safeco Field Seattle Mariners Vendors with critical violations: 16%

Inspection report: Inspectors cited one location for having inadequate hand-washing facilities and employees who didn’t properly wash their hands.
Qwest Field Seattle Seahawks Vendors with critical violations: 33%

Inspection report: About 15 locations were cited for not having adequate hand-washing facilities.

District of Columbia Nationals Park Washington Nationals Vendors with critical violations: 25%

Inspection report excerpt: One location received a critical violation for not having a D.C.-certified food manager’s card.
Verizon Center Washington Wizards, Washington Capitals Vendors with critical violations: 100%

Inspection report: Mice droppings, a critical violation in Washington, were found at at least 10 vendors.

Wisconsin Bradley Center Milwaukee Bucks Vendors with critical violations: 23%  A volunteer worker used bare hands to level ice in an ice bin. The inspector ordered the ice to be discarded.

Lambeau Field Green Bay Packers Vendors  critical violations: 18% – Two locations employee did not wash hands after blowing nose or eating food prior to handling customer food or ice.”

Miller Park Milwaukee Brewers Vendors critical violations: 33%   Mold was growing in ice machines at six locations.


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“Feeling foggy-brain may need to tune out for awhile”

Is your brain on uppers?  M.Wolken Director CMA

Constant use of cellphones, microwaves and TVs have eliminate many peoples’ ability to space out while exercising. The space out is high quality time the brain needs to de-stress and, relax and balance. It is nature’s way to recharge.

When the brain is always stimulated by reading messages, working, texting, answering cellphone calls it never turns off. If you are a typical American and sleep on a coiled spring mattress and box spring and have a TV in the bedroom, the coils in the bed act as a small antenna and transmit the EMF energy from the TV to your body while you sleep. In the last 15 years American men and women have seen a sharp spike in breast cancer. This TV in the bedroom plus sleeping on the antennae (box springs) seems to be the cause. EMFs change living tissues and may cause the DNA to replicate itself improperly.This rise in cancer of the breast has not occurred  in Europe or Japan.

The amount of heat shock proteins in cells nearest the micro wave energy from the cell phone results in the increased potential for developing tumors, increased stimulation of metastasis or spread of cancers, the direct development of cancer, de novo, and the decreased effectiveness of anti-cancer drugs. Dr Peter French and Antonella De Ninno from the  Italian National Agency For Energy, Environment & Technology, Frascati, Italy have reported.

Besides the potential to fry your living brain cells, the brain constantly busy with digital input forfeiting healthy downtime where information could be integrated, learned and remembereasily so new solutions to challenges can come forth and the brain can adopt this new learning and neural circuitry grow.

E-field and fatigue, irritability, headaches, nausea, loss of appetite, sleeping disorder, depressive tendency, feeling of discomfort, difficulty in concentration, loss of memory, visual disorder, dizziness and cardiovascular problems.” as reported by Leif Salford, Chairman, Department of Neurosurgery, Lund University, Sweden

Fatigue never goes away if the brain is always on. The brain never rests completely.

Living and working within a quarter mile range of a cell phone towers (coming to a neighborhood near you  soon) can bathe your body and brain in a constant blanket of micro wave EMF energy.

“I have no doubt in my mind that, at the present time, the greatest polluting element in the earth’s environment is the proliferation of electromagnetic fields.” Dr Robert O. Becker, Nobel Prize nominee1

So to be able to think clearly turn off the micro wave devices and keep the towers out of your area. The towers not only effect brain functioning, but decrease property values and if one takes the telecommunication groups to court, there is a gag order that will not allow any one to speak od damage to humans that hasbeen in place since 1996.

For clearer-headed and  less toxic bodies be well hydrated, use you rebounder,  a run outside, away from electromagnetic EMF devices,and give thanks for the beauty surrounding you.  It will create new brain wave patterns and more relaxed, healthier creative thinking.


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“Hearing loss in teens may be due to loud ipod music”

What is that you are saying?  Didn’t you hear me?

How many times do parents or teachers say this to their children? It seems there may be an organic reason for this temporary deafness.

Hearing loss among U.S. adolescents has surged, possibly, because of the level of noise coming through their earbuds on their  ipods while listening to music.

Children ages 12 to 19 studied in 2005 and 2006, found that 19.5 percent had some hearing loss. The findings were compared to a study done between 1988 and 1994 found only 14.9. The research was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Hearing loss of 25 decibels or more — enough that the children were often aware of the deficit — increased to 5.3 percent of the sample, from 3.5 percent in the earlier group. Boys were more susceptible than girls.

Signs of potential hearing loss are asking that things be repeated, having difficulty following directions, listening to the television at a loud volume, having problems with speech and language, and having trouble identifying sounds.

Even minimal hearing problems can cause great stress in a competitive learning or sport’s environment.  If you feel you or your child may be hearing challenges, please have them evaluated and consider reducing noise levels and possible seeking alternative remediation like acupuncture, homeopathy and neuro-kinesiology to speed healing.

Listening to loud sounds through earbuds — the tiny electronic speakers that fit into ears, for use with personal music players — is probably the main reason that more adolescents are losing some of their hearing, said William Slattery, director of clinical studies at the House Ear Institute, a Los Angeles medical practice, who wasn’t involved in today’s study.

M.Wolken, Exec.Director Complementary Medicine Association


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“228 million eggs after being linked to an outbreak of salmonella poisoning”

Do you have any of these symptoms after eating eggs?
The most common symptoms of salmonella are diarrhea, abdominal cramps and fever within eight hours to 72 hours of eating a contaminated product. It can be life-threatening, especially to those with weakened immune systems.The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said eggs from Wright County Egg in Galt, Iowa, were linked to several illnesses in Colorado, California and Minnesota. The CDC said about 200 cases of the strain of salmonella linked to the eggs were reported weekly during June and July, four times the normal number of such occurrences.
State health officials say tainted eggs have sickened at least 266 Californians and seven in Minnesota.

Check the dates on your eggs from the following stores in these specific states

Store Name                                                                             Julian Dates               Location/Code

Albertson   -dozen, 18-egg cartons size large  #1413   136 through 225     California and Colorado  only

Albertson   -dozen, 18-egg cartons size large  #1026   136 through 225     California and Colorado  only

Bayview      -5 dozen size large                           #m1686   142 through 149   UPC 7-17544-30172-1

Boomsma’s    -dozen cartons size large               #1413       136 through 225

Boomsma’s     -dozen cartons size large              #1946       136 through 225

Dutch Farms   -dozen cartons size large              #1946        136 through 225

Farm Fresh  -dozen cartons size large                  #1026        136 through 225

Albertson   -dozen, 18-egg cartons size large       #1413         136 through 225

California and Colorado stores ONLY

Albertson   -dozen, 18-egg cartons size large   #1026   136 through 225

California and Colorado stores ONLY

Bayview   -5 dozen size large   #1686   142 through 149   UPC 7-17544-30172-1

Boomsma’s   -dozen cartons size large   #1413   136 through 225

Boomsma’s   -dozen cartons size large   #1946   136 through 225

Dutch Farms   -dozen cartons size large   #1946   136 through 225
Farm Fresh  -dozen cartons size large   #1026   136 through 225

Farm Fresh    -dozen, 18-egg cartons size M to Jumbo  #1946  136 through 225

Hillandale   -18-egg cartons size XL   #1413   136 through 225

Kemps   -dozen cartons size large   #1946   136 through 225

Lucerne   -dozen, 18-egg cartons size large   #1413   136 through 225

Lucerne   -dozen, 18-egg cartons size large   #1026   136 through 225

Lund   -6-egg, dozen, 18-egg cartons size M to Jumbo   #1946   136 through 225

Mountain Dairy   -5 dozen size medium   #1951   193 through 208   UPC 0-11110-89969-9

Mountain Dairy   -dozen, 18-egg cartons size large    #1413   136 through 225

Mountain Dairy   -dozen cartons size large   #1026    136 through 225

Nulaid  -5 dozen size medium  #1091  167 through 174  UPC 0-71230-02140-0

Nulaid   -5 dozen size medium  #1951   195 through 210   UPC 0-71230-02140-0

Ralph’s   -dozen cartons size large   #1413     136 through 225

Ralph’s   -dozen, 18-egg cartons size large  #1026    136 through 225

Shoreland  -dozen cartons size XL and jumbo  #1026  136 through 225

Sunshine  -dozen cartons size XL        #1413      136 through 225

Sun Valley  -5 dozen size medium   #1951   195 through 209   UPC 6-48065-11432-6

Trafficanda     -dozen cartons size M to Jumbo    #1413

Wright County Egg of Galt, Iowa, is voluntarily recalling specific Julian dates of shell eggs produced by their farms because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella, a food-borne bacteria. The company is making this voluntary recall of products because testing at the company’s farm showed some of the eggs may contain the bacteria.

The eggs were distributed around the country and packaged under the names Lucerne, Albertson, Mountain Dairy, Ralph’s, Boomsma’s, Sunshine, Hillandale, Trafficanda, Farm Fresh, Shoreland, Lund, Dutch Farms and Kemp.
The Food and Drug Administration is investigating.

Bring the possible contaminated eggs back to the store.


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“Continuous CPR-save a life”

Learn Sarver Heart Center’s Continuous Chest Compression CPR

Every three days, more Americans die from sudden cardiac arrest than the number who died in the 9-11 attacks.

You can lessen this recurring loss by learning Continuous Chest Compression CPR, a hands-only CPR method that doubles a person’s chance of surviving cardiac arrest. It’s easy and does not require mouth-to-mouth contact, making it more likely bystanders will try to help, and it was developed at the University of Arizona College of Medicine.

“This video is worth sharing,” said Gordon A. Ewy, MD, director of the UA Sarver Heart Center and one of the research pioneers who developed this method.