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All That You Are by Red Mahan
52 Stress Reducers for 2019
Here are 52 Stress Reducers for 2019 1. Enjoy waking up. Get up fifteen minutes earlier in the morning and stretch and breath. Don\'t just turn on the TV or the computer or open the newspaper. Morning mishaps will be less stressful. 2. Prepare for the morning the evening before. Set the breakfast table. Make lunches. Put out the clothes you or your children plan to wear. 3. Don\'t rely on your memory. Write down appointment times, when to pick up the laundry, when library books are due, etc. (\"The palest ink is better than the most retentive memory.\"- Old Chinese Proverb) 4. Do nothing you have to lie about later. 5. Make copies of all keys. Bury a house key in a secret spot in the garden. Carry a duplicate car key in your wallet, apart from your key ring.
Summer heat, camping, poor sanitation and cuts and sores can increase Staph Infections in Hawaii
Staph infections are those caused by the bacteria Staphylococcus aureus.

Commonly found in the Hawaiian environment such as beaches, sand, water, pubic facilities, health care settings.

Many healthy people carry staph bacteria in their noses without getting sick. But when the skin is punctured or broken, staph bacteria can enter the wound and cause infections, which can lead to other health problems.

-MRSA, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, a once-rare drug-resistant germ now appears to cause more than half of all skin infections treated in U.S. emergency rooms, say researchers who documented the superbug's startling spread in the general population by studying it in 11 cities.

Tend and Befriend, Not Fight or Flight
A landmark UCLA study suggests friendships between women are special. They shape who we are and who we are yet to be. They soothe our tumultuous inner world, fill the emotional gaps in our marriage, and help us remember who we really are. By the way, they may do even more.
Traditional recipe for Sperm Building: Sesamae Secrets for men!
Traditional recipe for sperm building Sesame Sperm Secrets for men! INGREDIENTS: 1 lb raw sesame seeds 1 cup turbinado sugar (raw sugar, not white) 1/4 tsp fresh ground cracked black pepper 1/4 ts ginger powder 1/8 tsp cinnamon 1/4 Cup raisens 1/4 cup chopped dates 1/2 cup . of Ghee (Clarified Butter) or enough to mix until slightly moist
What to do when a Tsunami Watch has been issued?

What to Do When a Tsunami Watch Is Issued

You should:
Listen for cival defense sirens, have a plan, be prepared to act quickly.

The 5 R's - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Recover, and Rethink!
Most of our garbage is sent to landfills, dumps or municipal incinerators. But with more and more people producing more and more waste, landfills are filling up faster than we can find new sites for them.
4/11 The Five Steps of a Breast Self Exam
11/12 Considerations when making Donations to Phillippines
9/30 Emergency Preparation for Pet Owners
9/24 Overview of the Controversial Pesticide and GMO Disclosure Bill 2491 on Kauai
6/10 Department of Emergency Management Issues Tsunami Refuge Locations
Personal Health
7/16 Vitamin Air -The Merit of Qi Gong
2/7 Herbal Safety Guide
1/8 Breast Thermography for early detection of breast cancer

Featured Topic
Yoga for Everyday Healthy Living Yoga has become a popular form of exercise, therapy and scientific spirituality. Learn about the History and evolution of todays Yoga: Yoga for Everyday Healthy Living Yoga Styles Yoga Basics

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10 Tips For Reducing Jet Lag when traveling to Hawaii
Hawaii Health Guide
1. Pack Smart! In addition to savoring your vacation destination planning, think about what activities and adventures you plan to enjoy, then pack accordingly. If you plan to walk the lava fields of Volcano’s National Park on the Big Island keep in mind that some lava is very sharp and proper hiking shoes are necessary. If you plan to explore trails through rainforests bring shoes you don’t mind getting really muddy or plan to purchase a pair of water moccasins while in Hawaii (around $10) The islands of Hawaii have many diverse ecosystems, each with different climates. Generally it is around 70 degrees F at sunny beaches around the islands. Cooler in higher elevations or as evening progresses.You do not need to bring a suit, dress slacks, or fancy cloths to the islands. Snorkel gear can be rented for around $2.00/day. The casual attitude and dress code for the islands is "hang loose".

10 Tips For Reducing Vog Effects
by Hawaii Health Guide.com

Vog is Air Pollution produced by Volcanic activity. Volcanos can produce gases and acidic aerosols that contain Hydrogen Sulfides and acid forming Sulfur compounds.

The Big Island is an active volcano. Diifferent phases of volcanic activity cause changing air quality. For some people Vog is a serious health challenge.

Taro and Poi Recipes:
Hawaii Health Guide.com
Some "ONO" (yummy) taro & poi recipes from around Islands.



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