Despite the recent U.S. economic recovery, Pam Gray, Bonaventure COO, says saving for retirement should still be a top priority for people in their 20s, 30s and beyond. Today, Pam Gray of Bonaventure Senior Living talks to us about the best ways to prepare for retirement. Oceans 2003: Thank you for joining us today, Pam [...]
Founded in 2008, YOR Health is on a mission to spread awareness about health, happiness, and income opportunity. YOR Health encourages interaction between representatives and believes that a solid social network is the foundation not only for successful company but also for a healthy life. YOR Health – Beyond Inspiration When listening to testimonials from [...]
Dr. Mark Denker has devoted his professional practice to making dreams come true for those with barriers to conception. Today, Oceans 2003 is pleased to welcome Dr. Mark Denker to our discussion table. Oceans 2003: Good morning Dr. Denker. Dr. Mark Denker: Good morning, thank you very much for inviting me to this interview today. [...]
For years, Americans have wondered how the French can eat a diet high in saturated fat and drink seemingly copious amounts of wine while still being overall healthy and thin, not to mention having some of the longest life spans in Europe. But now scientists may have cracked the case, and the answer is blue [...]
When she first started out, Rebecca Leeb didn’t know what she wanted to write about. Then it came to her, a passion she already had deep inside her, healthy eating and living. Because Rebecca has been eating healthy for over 10 years, she already had recipes that she has shared with friends and family. With [...]
After Philip Melugin graduated from Kansas’s Wichita State University with a master’s in education, he accepted a position at Conservco/Intracor as a vocational counselor, helping those who had suffered work-related injuries. When his career took him to Missouri in the intervening years, Philip Melugin always had a special love for the state where he began [...]
Laying on a table and being stuck with several needles is something that most people avoid. However, to devotees of acupuncture, it’s not something they flee from – it’s something they look forward to. Acupuncture was first practiced in ancient China beginning around 1600–1100 BCE as a way to help bring the body, mind and [...]
Dr. William Knudson has had more than a few conversations with patients at Podiatric Care of Northern Virginia practice that are attached to wearing heels. Each day, Dr. William Knudson sees patients who are suffering the aftereffects of heels worn decades ago. In an attempt to point out the damage that high heels can cause, [...]
Here’s some good news for people who are slightly ashamed of their caffeine addiction: new studies have found that drinking coffee can lower a person’s chance of developing skin cancer. According to a new report in the journal Cancer Research, people who drink coffee could have their chances of developing basal cell carcinoma lowered. Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC) is the most common type of skin cancer.
Kyle Thomas Glasser is a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta Premedical Organization (AEDPO). This organization gives premedical student education and it is the largest honor society in the world. The approximate registered members of AEDPO are over 124,000 and contained in 174 chapters. Kyle had a passion of becoming a medical doctor and that is the main reason why he decided to join Alpha Epsilon Delta to help him achieve his goals. If you like serving people and you really want to reach there then joining this organization is a good place to start.