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Rick on April 20th, 2009

My wife’s local MS Support Group held an MS Awareness event at our local library. The event started with a style show of clothing designed for ease of use. This was followed by a discussion about healthy eating which was led by a local Registered Dietitian. Finally, a young family practice physician (who is also […]

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Rick on November 26th, 2008

You may remember a teacher saying “you must use authoritative sources” when writing a research paper for class. What your teacher meant was to use sources written by people with academic or professional credentials. For example, if you were to write a paper on growing roses, your neighbor with a green thumb and beautiful New […]

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