Cheap, Easy, and Fast Option for Coronavirus

When the words – cheap, easy, and fast – are used, you generally can have any two of the three, but not all three. It can be cheap and easy and not fast. It can be easy and fast and … Continue reading

Virus Test that Accurate?

Six million Americans have had COVID-19. Almost three-and-a-half million have recovered. Sixty-one thousand people have severe symptoms. Three thousand people out of one million in the United States have the disease. One hundred eighty-four thousand have died from the virus. … Continue reading

Three Simple, Easy Suggestions to Combat Weight Gain During the Pandemic

My next-door neighbor’s mother-in-law passed away last month. She was 61 years of age. She died from complications of type II diabetes. My neighbor said she loved her food and would not alter her eating habits. Forty years ago, diabetics … Continue reading

Five Dictates to Master Health

I posted a saying the other day on Facebook. It said, just because it offends you doesn’t make you right. We tend to remember only what we have seen and learned from our birth. We don’t learn from history anymore. … Continue reading

Does It Ever Get Easy?

The homilist at church today made a remark that I thought could produce and interesting article. He said, “Religion is easy, faith is hard.” Easy is in the eye of the beholder, most of the time. Some people think running a … Continue reading