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January, 2004 - YOU'RE THE BOSS - HEALTH NEWSLETTER

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Hope This Information Meets Your Interest and Approval
- Just for You -

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Special Message from James and Jean Sapp. Greetings to you all - we hope your new year is off to a great and prosperous start.. It is a cold rainy day here in Atlanta as I write this. Have you been to see the Lord of the Rings? I'm told it is an excellent movie concerning the triumph of good over evil. I have started a new success tips short story you can subscribe to on the following webpage for free:

These are each short stories designed to be fun bit also leave you with a little pointer.

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Here's something new for our good customers. We have started a valued resource page - if you have some business you would like us to promote on our new valued resource pages (as we create them) you may submit this information to us and we can add a link to your business along with a short description.

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We hope you enjoy some of the new items we have added recently to our websites. We appreciate you more than we can ever express - Thank you -James and Jean Sapp

Fascinating (okay almost) Items in This Issue - What Does Sulfur Really Do?

Nutrition Comics: They're Back.

Little Known Strategies to Force Your Body to Shed That Hard to Lose Fat!

All You Ever Wanted to Know About Asparagus and Nutrition.

Plus Much More.

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We want to take this opportunity to thank each of you for your continued excellent support.

You are very special and important to us and we will always do our best to please you.

That doesn't mean we won't have any problems, when we do have the occasional problem you can count on us doing our best to resolve those problems as soon as possible.

Since 1995- James and Jean Sapp at your Service!

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

1. ARTICLE - "A SPECIAL MESSAGE JUST FOR YOU."
Synopsis - Sapp's Success Tip - The Power of Clarity! A short story.

2. ARTICLE - HEALTH BYTES.
Synopsis - Stretching and healthy bowel movements - what a combo...

3. SPECIAL ARTICLE - WEIGHT LOSS MIRACLE?
Synopsis - ...Unclog your lymph system to increase your body's ability to burn stored fat by 100%.

4. SPECIAL ARTICLE - WE ARE BRINGING THE NUTRITION COMICS BACK.
Synopsis - That's right - the comics you have enjoyed in the past we are bringing back just for you...

5. ARTICLE - WHAT ALL DOES SULFUR REALLY DO- FOR YOU?
Synopsis - The complete lowdown on sulfur and it's many benefits to you including antioxidants, skin problems, scar tissue, inflammation, blood supply and more..

6. ARTICLE - MORE HEALTH BYTES.
Synopsis - All You Ever Wanted to Know About Asparagus and Nutrition. Actually much more boring than the title.

7. ARTICLE - LAUGHTER KEEPS US HEALTHY.
Synopsis - Knowing this here are some funny one-liners you can use if in the mood. Wear a Joke! Funniest T-Shirt Slogans.

8. HEALTH INFORMATION WEBPAGES
Synopsis - Webpages containing valuable information on a variety of health topics.

These are the topics you will be reading in this edition of the newsletter!!!!


ARTICLE - "A Special Message Just for You."

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The Brain - Mr. Q and A!

Hey folks I'll be back again soon!

Sapp's Success Tip - The Power of Clarity.
Article by James Sapp

The door slammed in Gabby's face. He was lucky his nose wasn't broken. “Watch where you're going puddin brain,” one of the more obnoxious students, Sam screamed at Gabby. (Nicknamed Sarcastic Sam by his fellow students ­ Sam was the head of the unofficial Big Shot Professional Wing of Mr. Perry's sophomore History class.

Sam was distinguished by his loud obnoxious sarcastic mouth and little else. It's too bad that Sarcastic Sam would many years later discover that employers weren't exactly looking for Big Shot Professional Obnoxious Big Mouths.

Sam would have to fall back on his other great skills of broom pushing and box stacking. But hey we're getting ahead of ourselves.

Gabby stunned for a minute reached over to pick up his books he had dropped. Gabby was a bright kid who it always seemed was bumping into things. Of course the other kids ridiculed him for this and he was thus nicknamed, “Gabby the Goat the Butt of Every Joke!”

Like we said Gabby was a bright kid but seemed scatter brained and lacked focus. One day his interest was robots the next was exploring Mars.

Then one day a new science teacher rode into town (in a Ford Mustang). Gabby was really attracted to the new science teacher Mr. Lars Cranium ­ not in a physical but intellectual sense..

Mr. Cranium soon became Gabby's mentor and it wasn't long before Mr. Cranium started teaching Gabby foreign ideas like the “Power of mental clarity and focus.” It wasn't long before Gabby was planning each day and getting real clarity concerning the things he wanted to accomplish each day and even 5 years down the road.

Pretty soon Gabby was the most popular kid in school with a dozen pretty girls escorting him between classes. Well no not exactly, but 10 years later Gabby did have his own microcircuit and software development company with a net worth of about 1.5 Billion Dollars.

All because Gabriel (that's what his business associates call him) had a mentor who showed him the importance of mental clarity and focus.

I urge each of you get real clear on what you want to accomplish each day and what you are striving for down the road. Make a list the night before and define the 6 things you must do each day that will bring you your biggest results. AND Write Them Down. This is what Gabriel did.

Oh and whatever happened to Sam. Well let's look in, it seems Sam is at a job interview. (He goes through quite a few jobs these days).

Mr. Employer: “Well let's see it says here Sam in high school you were a Big Shot Professional Obnoxious Big Mouth. Can you explain that? And also can you explain, which of the following outstanding past job skills best qualifies you for this position: Broom Pusher, Fry Chef, Refuse Maintenance Engineer…?”

Hey none of us can go back and make a brand new start, but we can fashion a brand new ending for ourselves starting today. I encourage you to each day define a clarity and focus about what you want to accomplish. In 7 days you'll be amazed with your new found confidence and sense of direction.

Article by
James Sapp

Quotes:

"Keep on going, and the chances are you will stumble on something, perhaps when you are least expecting it. I have never heard of anyone stumbling on something sitting down."

--- Charles F. Kettering

You will have to decide what you will do with the time given you.

Even the smallest person can change the course of the World.

From: The Lord of the Rings - The Return of the King.


HEALTH BYTES

STRETCHING IMPORTANT WHEN EXERCISING

We are all becoming more aware of the many benefits of regular exercise. Sometimes, however, we may forget an essential part of regular exercise: stretching. Studies have documented the advantages of different kinds of exercise and although the benefits of stretching are less well studied, the positive results of this activity make it an important component of any exercise regimen.

Briefly noted, stretching provided these benefits:

  • Increases blood flow.
  • Increases muscle elasticity.
  • Increases range of motion.
  • Improves flexibility.
  • Eases movement.
  • Helps loosen muscles in the arms, shoulders, back, chest, stomach, thighs, buttocks and calves.
  • Aids in prevention of injury and muscle strain.
  • Can improve performance.
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Some general stretching guidelines:

  • Start stretching slowly.
  • Don't bounce while stretching.
  • Avoid violent movements.
  • Hold the stretched position.
  • Don't overdo.
  • Stretch 5 to 15 minutes before (warm-up) and after (cool-down) exercising.

Article a "Healthy or Normal" Bowel Movement (Function).

Most experts agree that you should have at least one bowel movement each day, and it is even healthier to have two. Some even believe that you should have a bowel movement an hour or two after each meal. Generally speaking, if you have one each day you would be doing better than most people. However, it is important to have them on a regular basis so that waste material does not remain in your colon too long.

Your stool should be soft, yet well formed and easily eliminated-not dense and hard. One way to evaluate it is to observe whether or not it naturally floats upon elimination-it should float rather than sink. If you are not eliminating on at least a daily basis, there is a good possibility that some of the toxins your body is trying to eliminate may be absorbed back into your bloodstream from your colon.

It is important to remember that what seems to be "normal" is not necessarily "healthy". So, if you are one of those individuals who are "normal", you may still not have "healthy" bowel function. To help support your body's natural elimination processes, there are several factors to keep in mind. Of all of them four are especially important: include adequate fiber in your diet, drink plenty of water, maintain healthy micro flora in your colon and walk some each day.

The fiber and water in your diet helps to insure that your stool contains plenty of fibrous material and is hydrated properly. This facilitates bulk, lubrication and movement through your whole digestive tract, including your colon. Healthy levels of micro flora in the colon help to maintain proper pH and several other important factors.

They play a big role in healthy bowel ecology. To support healthy bowel ecology you can find sources of lactobacillus in yogurt containing active and live culture as well as various forms of supplementation. And, importantly, there is no question that walking is a great way to help your natural elimination process.

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Unclog your lymph system to increase your body's ability to burn stored fat by 100%.

"Hello, my name is Ginger Scott "Health Fighter", with some Health Tips for you."
We know the frustration all to well: Day after day, week after week, you weigh and measure every morsel you eat. Still, the scale holds steady. But that is about to change. Researchers finally have discovered the biological cause for those stubborn pounds – and the no-diet miracle that will melt them right off.

The real reason behind pudge that won’t budge!

Scientists have long known that the liver plays a key role in flushing fat and bloat from the body. But until now, they have overlooked the true powerhouse that drives the liver – the lymphatic system,. A weblike network of tiny channels through which fat, fluid and toxins are shuttled to the liver for disposal. The latest discovery: More than 50 percent of women have a sluggish lymphatic system that keeps stubborn pounds put – and most of them don’t even know it!

Supercharging your lymph system is easy!

Fortunately, nutritionist Ann Louise Gittleman, Ph.D., has developed a program with fitness pro Joanie Greggains that uses study-proven lymph-stimulating mechanisms to unclog toxic buildup so pudge melts away. The program features spa-inspired exercises, baths and massages that restore lymph flow, plus foods that maximize the liver’s ability to process fat and toxins. “The result is a 100 percent increase in your body’s ability to break down fat, including stubborn stores on the hips, butt and belly,” says Gittleman.
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How a sluggish lymph system piles on pounds –

Fat and toxins are carried to the liver via lymph (a watery fluid). But the flow of lymph slows when the body has an excess of toxins to process – a common problem since pesticides and other chemicals are present even in good-for-you fare. The result: The liver can’t dispose of wastes that don’t reach it, which sets off a biochemical chain of events that leads to weight-loss plateaus.

One – minute quiz

Gently rub the area between your breasts. If it is tender, your lymph system may be congested. “There are many lymph channels between the skin and breastbone, and little fat to dull the sensitivity when touched,” says Ann Louise Gittleman, Ph.D. “If your lymph system is sluggish, this area will be one of the first to feel tender.”

Flush out stubborn fat the spa way –

If you are like most women, your lymph system is sluggish, and you aren’t even aware of it. But stubborn pounds are a telltale sign. Luckily, clearing lymph blockages so fat and toxins flow freely to the liver for fast flushing can be downright soothing! Here, the study-proven steps for automatic weight loss.

1. A calming stretch – “Unlike blood vessels, lymph vessel walls don’t contain tiny muscles that keep fluids pumping automatically,” says Joanie Greggains. “If you sit still, lymph stops cold.” But these move will get lymph flowing freely to the liver:

a. The toe touch – Inhale deeply as you stretch your arms above your head. Exhale as you slowly bend down to touch your toes. Repeat 10 times.

b. Hip circles – Stand with feet hip-width apart, hands on hips. Bring hips forward, then swivel in a circle. Repeat 4 times in each direction.

c. Marching – Lift your knees to your chest and pump your arms as you march in place. Focus on your posture, tightening your abs and butt. March for five minutes.

(for more lymph-boosting moves, read “The Fat Flush Fitness Plan” ((McGraw Hill, 2003)) or invest in a video, like “First Fave Yoga Zone Yoga for Weight Loss” (($15 at yogazone.com))

2. A relaxing soak – Regularly lounging in a hot bath is not just a luxurious treat. Research at Kagoshima University in Japan suggests that it can significantly boost weight loss in as little as two weeks. “That is because 70 percent of your lymph channels are located just beneath the skin – close enough to the surface so that even lightly touching your skin can affect the movement of lymph,” says Gittleman. “And a hot soak opens pores, allowing toxins to be drawn out of the lymph system through perspiration.” For even more dramatic results, she suggests adding orange-scented aromatherapy oil to the tub. “The scent boosts lymphatic flow, helping flush out excess fluid and reduce bloat.”

3. A soothing massage - Studies show that a massage can push up to 78 percent of stagnant lymph (the watery fluid that washes through tissues) back into the circulatory system. “And if you target the areas that have the highest concentration of lymph vessels, you can boost lymph flow as much as twentyfold, dramatically speeding the elimination of fat and toxins,” says Gittleman. Enjoy 30 minutes of massage weekly – either in one chunk or small bursts. Here, two key areas to stimulate: The arms and chest: Gently stroke the inside of your left arm from the wrist to the inner elbow, then from the elbow to the shoulder. At the armpit, gently squeeze the skin, then continue to stroke from the armpit to the center of your chest. Repeat on the right side. The face and neck: Place your thumbs behind your jaw, below your ears. Knead along the jawline with your thumbs until they meet at the center of your chin.

SPECIAL ARTICLE



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That's right - the comics you have enjoyed in the past we are bringing back just for you. Mr Rugg, Howard and all of those goofy guys. Check them out on the following webpage - Click Here!




ARTICLE - WHAT ALL DOES SULFUR REALLY DO?

(Whoa! Don't go so fast- sure this article may be boring!!! but it has some valuable information you can benefit from every day that you'll miss!)



THE MINERAL MINUTE - featuring Sulfur :

The term ‘ minerals ‘ refers to elements in their simple inorganic form. In nutrition they are commonly referred to as mineral elements or inorganic nutrients.

Minerals are vital to health. Like vitamins and amino acids, minerals are essential for regulating and building the trillions of living cells which make up the body. Body cells receive the essential food elements through the blood stream. They must, therefore, be properly nourished with an adequate supply of all the essential minerals for the efficient functioning of the body.

Minerals help maintain the volume of water necessary to life processes in the body. They help draw chemical substances into and out of the cells and they keep the blood and tissue fluid from becoming either too acidic or too alkaline. The importance of minerals, like vitamins, is illustrated by the fact that there are over 50,000 enzymes in the body which direct growth and energy and each enzyme has minerals and vitamins associated with it.

Each of the essential food minerals does a specific job in the body and some of them do extra work, in teams, to keep body cells healthy. The mineral elements which are needed by the body in substantial amounts are calcium, phosphorous, iron, sulphur, magnesium, sodium, potassium and chlorine. In addition the body needs minute (trace) amounts of iodine, copper, cobalt, manganese, zinc, selenium, silicon, fluorine and some others.

Minerals are so important to our health. The body utilizes over 80 minerals for maximum function. Since our soils are so depleted, even if we eat the healthiest foods, we are not getting all the minerals we need. If we don't supplement with good quality colloidal minerals, we can actually be suffering from "mineral malnutrition". Most "cheap" supplements contain only a few minerals (less than 20) and are usually in the metallic or non-soluble forms, which the body can't use.

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Hey Partners - I'm a good source of sulfur!

All living matter contains some sulfur or sometime called sulphur ; this element is therefore essential for life. The greater part of the sulphur in the human body is present in the two sulphur-containing amino acids, methionine and cysteine, or in the double form of the latter cystine. The main purpose of sulphur is to dissolve waste materials. It helps to eject some of the waste and poisons from the system.

It helps keep the skin clear of blemishes and makes hair glossy. It is also valuable in rheumatic conditions. The main sulphur-containing foods are radishes, carrots, cabbage,cheese, dried beans, fish and eggs.

There is no recommended dietary allowance. But a diet sufficient in protein will generally be adequate in sulphur. Deficiency of sulphur may cause eczema and imperfect development of hair and nails. Sulphur creams and ointments have been remarkably successful in treating a variety of skin problems.

IMPORTANCE:

As part of four amino acids, sulfur performs a number of functions in enzyme reactions and protein synthesis. It is necessary for formation of collagen, the protein found in connective tissue in our bodies. Sulfur is also present in keratin, which is necessary for the maintenance of the skin, hair, and nails, helping to give strength, shape, and hardness to these protein tissues. Sulfur is also present in the fur and feathers of other animals.

The cystine in hair gives off the sulfur smell when it is burned. Sulfur, as cystine and methionine, is part of other important body chemicals: insulin, which helps regulate carbohydrate metabolism, and heparin, an anticoagulant. Taurine is found in bile acids, used in digestion. The sulfur-containing amino acids help form other substances as well, such as biotin, coenzyme A, lipoic acid, and glutathione. The mucopoly-saccharides may contain chondroitin sulfate, which is important to joint tissues.

Sulfur is important to cellular respiration, as it is needed in the oxidation-reduction reactions that help the cells utilize oxygen, which aids brain function and all cell activity. These reactions are dependent on cysteine, which also helps the liver produce bile secretions and eliminate other toxins. L-cysteine is thought to generally help body detoxification mechanisms through the tripeptide compound, glutathione.

Deficiency and toxicity: There is minimal reason for concern about either toxicity or deficiency of sulfur in the body. No clearly defined symptoms exist with either state. Sulfur deficiency is more common when foods are grown in sulfur-depleted soil, with low-protein diets, or with a lack of intestinal bacteria, though none of these seems to cause any problems in regard to sulfur functions and metabolism.

Diet recommendations: There is no specific RDA for sulfur other than the amino acids of which they are part are needed to meet protein requirements. Our needs are usually easily met through diet. About 850 mg. are thought to be needed for basic turnover of sulfur in the body. There is not much information available on sulfur content of foods, nor are there supplements specifically for sulfur.

Food Sources: As part of four amino acids, sulfur is readily available in protein foods-meats, fish, poultry, eggs, milk, and legumes are all good sources. Egg yolks are one of the better sources of sulfur. Other foods that contain this somewhat smelly mineral are onions, garlic, cabbage, brussels sprouts, and turnips. Nuts have some, as do kale, lettuce, kelp and other seaweed, and raspberries. Complete vegetarians (those who eat no eggs or milk) and people on low-protein diets may not get sufficient amounts of sulfur; the resulting sulfur deficiency is difficult to differentiate clinically from protein deficiency, which is of much greater concern.

Recent research: Clinical experience has shown that MSM provides major pain relief through the following actions:

* The inhibition of pain impulses along nerve fibers

* Lessening of inflammation

* Increasing of blood supply

* Reduction of muscle spasm

* Softening of scar tissue

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Something to think about - OPC has been shown to be 50 times more powerful as an antioxidant than Vitamin E.

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One could say asparagus is an international food. With its high tolerance for salt and its preference for sandy soils, wild asparagus grows in such diverse places as England, central Wisconsin, Russia, and Poland. Asparagus is depicted in ancient Egyptian writings. Asparagus has also been frown in Syria and Spain since ancient times.

Asparagus is a member of the Lily family.

Asparagus spears grow from a crown that is planted about a foot deep in sandy soils.

Under ideal conditions, an asparagus spear can grow 10" in a 24-hour period.

Asparagus is one of the most nutritionally well-balanced vegetables in existence. It leads nearly all produce items in the wide array of nutrients it supplies in significant amounts for a healthy diet. Asparagus, is one of natures most perfect foods.

Asparagus is:

  • Low in calories, only 20 per 5.3 oz. serving, less than 4 calories per spear.
  • Contains no fat or cholesterol.
  • Very low in sodium.
  • A good source of potassium.
  • A source of fiber (3 grams per 5.3 oz. serving).
  • An excellent source of folacin.
  • A significant source of thiamin.
  • A significant source of vitamin B6.
  • One of the richest sources of rutin, an antioxidant which strengthens capillary walls.
  • Contains glutathione (GSH). Glutathione (GSH) is one of the most potent anti carcinogens and antioxidants found within the body.

Asparagus should be eaten fresh as it will lose flavor. Store in plastic bags in the crisper section of your refrigerator.


ARTICLE - LAUGHTER KEEPS US HEALTHY

It is a Proven Fact Laughter Keeps us Younger Looking and Healthier.

Knowing this here are some funny one-liners you can use if in the mood.

Wear a Joke! Funniest T-Shirt Slogans

When it comes to broadcasting your philosophy of life, political opinions, or just a joke for the day, there's no better way than on a T-shirt. Just for grins and giggles, here are T-shirt slogans and sayings submitted by readers to Washington Post metro columnist Bob Levy:

The Joy of Sex

  • I Need Somebody Bad. Are You Somebody Bad?
  • At My Age, Getting Lucky Is Finding My Car in the Parking Lot
  • Remember When Sex Was Safe and Skydiving Was Dangerous?

The Battle of the Sexes

  • Men Are Like Grapes. If You Stomp on Them and Keep Them in the Dark Long Enough, They Might Turn Into Something That You Would Take to Dinner
  • My Wife Comes With Instructions -- Lots of Instructions
  • He Rules the Roost -- But I Rule the Rooster
  • (On the front) Randolph-Macon Woman's College (On the back) Not a Girls' School with No Men, but a Women's College with No Boys
  • Never Go to Bed Mad. Stay Up and Fight

Parenting Pearls of Wisdom

  • I Childproofed My House, But They Still Get In!
  • We Got Rid of the Kids -- The Cat Was Allergic
  • Got Pickles? (on a maternity shirt)
  • Don't Worry, Mom -- It's Just a Phase
  • You Spend the First Two Years of Their Lives Teaching Them to Walk and Talk -- and the Next 16 Telling Them to Sit Down and Shut Up

The Joy of Aging

  • (On the front) 60 Is Not Old . . . (On the back) If You're a Tree
  • I'm Still Hot -- It Just Comes in Flashes
  • I'm Not 50 -- I'm $49.95 Plus Tax
  • I Know I Came Into This Room for a Reason
  • Fifty Is the Ultimate F-Word
  • Wrinkled Was Not One of the Things I Wanted to Be When I Grew Up

Feeling Stressed?

  • I Used to Have a Handle on Life, But It Broke
  • Out of My Mind. Back in Five Minutes
  • My Reality Check Just Bounced
  • Cancel My Subscription -- I Don't Need Your Issues
  • Dangerously Under-Medicated
  • Madness Takes Its Toll -- Please Have Exact Change

No Pain, No Gain

  • Every Time I Hear the Dirty Word 'Exercise' I Wash My Mouth Out With Chocolate
  • Physically Pffffft!

It's One of Those Days

  • Some Days You're the Pigeon, Some Days You're the Statue
  • Earth Is the Insane Asylum for the Universe
  • Life Is Short -- Make Fun of It

Travel Fun

  • Buckle Up. It Makes It Harder for the Aliens to Snatch You From Your Car
  • Hang Up and Drive
  • I Took the Road Less Traveled, and Now Where the Heck Am I?
  • Welcome to Tennessee -- Set Your Watch Back 20 Years

Good Advice

  • Use Vowels Every Day or You'll Get Consonated
  • Don't Hate Yourself in the Morning -- Sleep Till Noon

Ego-Boosters

  • I'm Not a Snob. I'm Just Better Than You Are
  • Live Your Life So That When You Die, the Preacher Will Not Have to Tell Lies at Your Funeral
  • If You Think Nobody Cares, Try Missing a Couple of Payments

Pets Rule

  • It's My Dog's World. I'm Just Here to Open Cans
  • Cats Regard People As Warm-Blooded Furniture
  • A Dog's Parents Never Visit

What's Your IQ?

  • Suppose You Were an Idiot...And Suppose You Were a Member of Congress...But I Repeat Myself
  • My Mind Works Like Lightning -- One Brilliant Flash and It's Gone
  • God Must Love Stupid People -- He Made So Many
  • I Have a Short Attention...

Making It Big In This World

  • I'm Destined for Greatness -- I'm Just Pacing Myself
  • I Was God's Gift to Women, But I Have Been Rewrapped and Placed on a Closet Shelf
  • I've Gone to Find Myself. If I Get Back Before I've Found Me, Please Keep Me Here

Bless Me, Father

  • Protons Have Mass! And I Didn't Even Know They Were Catholic
  • Heck Is Where People Go Who Don't Believe in Gosh

Retirement

  • Retirement -- Twice as Much Husband for Half as Much Money
  • Before You Can Be Old and Wise, You Must First Be Young and Stupid
  • Retired -- I Was Tired Yesterday and I'm Tired Again Today
  • My Back Goes Out More Than I Do
  • Retired -- Know It All and Got Plenty of Time to Tell You About It

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HEALTH INFORMATION WEBPAGES

Antioxidants and Free Radicals
Dietary Fiber and Colon Cleansing
Preventing Heart Attacks and Strokes
Dealing With Anger & Stress
Exercise & Working Out
Information Just For Women
Diet and Eating Tips
Energy Tips
Beauty Tips and Skin Information
The Skin & Antioxidants
General Health and Nutrition Information

Migraine (Migrane) Headaches - Role of Stress
Top 10 Foods for Health & Longevity
Index of Other Articles
Additional Health and Nutrition Information

Index of Past Newsletters



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