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1. Understanding Squalor Syndrome
Understanding Squalor Syndrome
Squalor syndrome is also called Diogenes syndrome. Other less used names are Havisham syndrome, Plyushkin syndrome or messy house syndrome. It is a condition where people elect to live a squalid life of deprivation. It is not known exactly why they are like this. The difference between them and p...
Healthy Living - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:11:23
2. All About Cantaloupes
All About Cantaloupes
Cantaloupes are available almost all year round. These melons are rich in vitamin C, vitamin A and potassium. Cantaloupes are sweet and tasty and can be eaten in a variety of ways. Alone, mixed in a salad or made into a beverage are some of the great ways to enjoy this melon. They can also be gri...
Food & Cooking - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:10:21
3. Indoor Garden From Leftovers
Indoor Garden From Leftovers
One of the easiest way to start a garden indoors is to use what is leftover from food preparation. It goes by several names, garbage garden, grocery garden or scrap food garden. You can use the tops of root plants, grow in water, plant seeds or plant in dirt. These can make interesting long lived...
Home & Garden - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:14:15
4. The World As A Garbage Dump
The World As A Garbage Dump
I hope we don't wait until we find ourselves knee deep in garbage like a hoarder house until we take some action. People try to move to a more rural place only to find that their home is over a toxic waste dump or a nearby business is poisoning the ground water. Living near the large farm factor...
Healthy Living - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:11:18
5. Edible Fruit and Vegetable Peels
Edible Fruit and Vegetable Peels
During food preparation sometimes we discard the edible peels from many of the fruits and vegetables we are using. This is done because we might not know any better. If we are not familiar with consuming the peels of different produce then we wont. Many of the skins are treated as garbage and jus...
Food & Cooking - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:13:15
6. Compulsive Hoarding Disorder
Compulsive Hoarding Disorder
Compulsive hoarding disorder goes by several different names. This will be an attempt to describe the unusual behaviors found in the disorder. Syllogomania, Collyer brothers syndrome and disposophobia are a few of the names that have been historically used. Compulsive hoarding is poorly understo...
Healthy Living - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:22:21
7. Finding and Living in an Intentional Community
Finding and Living in an Intentional Community
Communities are where people live their lives. Some want a place where they can have interaction with others on a level that does not necessarily entail money. They want to capture the real meaning of the word community. A good quality of life is sort after and a more livable neighborhood type en...
Healthy Living - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:12:14
8. American Bison
American Bison
The American bison, also incorrectly known as The American buffalo had roamed grasslands, prairies and other areas for thousands of years.They are known as the largest land animal in North America and were important to native American culture and the plains ecosystem. For generation they were hun...
Pets & Animals - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:10:21
9. A Capella Singing
A Capella Singing
A capella is singing without musical instruments. The phrase means in Italian "In The Style of the Chapel". It obvious is the oldest method of singing. Songs of praise or sacred music are in many religious traditions, Gregorian chants, Byzantine Chants and hymns to name a few. Songs were used for...
Entertainment & Media - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:13:15
10. Eating The Whole Watermelon
Eating The Whole Watermelon
We are all familiar with the delicious red sweet part of the watermelon. Well, lets not forget about the rest of this wonderful fruit. It would be wasteful not to utilize all the parts. The rind and the seeds are also edible. There are many recipes from different parts of the world including the ...
Food & Cooking - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:22:21
11. Chattanooga, Tennessee
Chattanooga, Tennessee
This is a lens about the city of Chattanooga, Tennessee. Chattanooga is a midsized city located in the southeast part of the state near the Tennessee River. It is a two hours drive north of Atlanta Georgia and one hour and change drive south of Knoxville Tennessee. In 1969 this city was called th...
Travel & Places - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:20:42
12. The International Borough of Queens NYC
The International Borough of Queens NYC
Queens New York is the largest in land mass of the five boroughs of New York City. It is 109 sq miles compared to the more famous borough of Manhattan with 23 sq miles. Queens borders the more populace borough of Brooklyn on the east and Nassau County, Long Island on the west. It, along with Broo...
Travel & Places - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:03:22
13. Budget Travel : Hotel Surcharges and Fees
Budget Travel : Hotel Surcharges and Fees
We all know you have to be a careful consumer when you travel. It starts the minute you decide to go on vacation somewhere. You decide how much you can afford then look for things within your budget. But finding the true cost can be a little tricky. Lets talk about how hotel fees can increase the...
Travel & Places - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:10:22
14. Managing COPD
Managing COPD
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a lung disease. The majority of people get COPD from smoking over many years and are usually over 55 years old. Of course not everyone who smokes gets COPD. It can also come from chemical exposure to things like pesticides, pollution both indoor and...
Healthy Living - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:11:20
15. Social Manipulation and Engineering
Social Manipulation and Engineering
Manipulation is a way of influencing behavior to what someone else wants them to do or be. It usually benefits the manipulator financially, psychologically or emotionally. It can also include not taking action. Behavior modification is a way to change the way someone acts hopefully for the better...
Culture & Society - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:14:23
16. Healthy Grilling
Healthy Grilling
Most of us have heard that there is a link to cancer from grilling food. There is also a link to breathing problems and asthma attacks from the smoke. You do not have to give up grilling foods because of these revelations. There are many things that can be done to prevent some of the problems. Th...
Food & Cooking - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:15:20
17. Trombone Shorty
Trombone Shorty
Troy Andrews AKA Trombone Shorty is a member of the well known musical Andrews family. The young man born in 1986 is from the historic Treme neighborhood of New Orleans also known as the sixth ward or more formally as Faubourg Trem. His older brother is musician James Andrews and cousins are Glen...
Music - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:20:45
18. Our Waters Are Home To Waste and Pollution
Our Waters Are Home To Waste and Pollution
The oceans of our planet seem very vast and endless. Since man has taken to ships and traveled upon the seas they have thrown garbage, waste and human remains in it. Even hurricanes and tsunamis have picked up structures and living things and thrust them out into the water. Various wars have bee...
Pets & Animals - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:12:19
19. Our Polluted Farmlands
Our Polluted Farmlands
Most of the foods that we get are from farms. The type of farms that we have now are mostly mechanized large factory farms. Our folk myth is of the bucolic family farm with the old hound dog Blue a cow named Buttercup and a barn cat named Tom. Even the names of the companies evoke something out o...
Healthy Living - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:12:21
20. By Any Other Name: Involuntary Servitude
By Any Other Name: Involuntary Servitude
Over the course of human history there is a consistent theme. Obviously it is not totally consistent in every culture but it seems to frequently pop up. The idea of having people toil for free for the benefit of others Is too tempting to pass up. To have others work for no personal benefit or pay...
Culture & Society - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:10:22
21. Organic and Natural Meat
Organic and Natural Meat
The interest in organically or naturally grown meats and fish is growing. People are looking for alternative to meats grown and processed in large mechanized factory farms. Chemical fertilizers and pesticides are found in the animal feed. Also livestock waste and other filth are not treated prope...
Food & Cooking - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:11:26
22. Being a Caregiver
Being a Caregiver
Being a caregiver of another person can be very stressful. It is a task that is better shared if possible. It can be done as a job or a duty. If it is only your job you can go home and rest your brain. If it is your family duty then it is your lifestyle also. There are many support groups, organi...
Healthy Living - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:14:15
23. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy has been around for many years. It is best known for treating decompression sickness (the bends) and wound healing. There are other legitimate uses for HBOT and uses still being researched. Many articles describe ailments that improve from this therapy, but like anything...
Healthy Living - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 04:12:22
24. Inadequate Workplace Training
Inadequate Workplace Training
Due to the bottom line, one of the things that is falling by the wayside is proper workplace training. Training is considered a money waster therefore it is put on the back burner in many instances. If there is any way to avoid having to utilize resources and train workers then that's what will h...
Education - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:21:50
25. American Chestnut Tree Resurgence
American Chestnut Tree Resurgence
For thousands of years the American chestnut tree lived and thrived in North America. Then starting in the early twentieth century the trees started getting sick and dying. There once was old growth forests of mostly chestnut trees. These trees nourished insects, birds, animals and man. They were...
Healthy Living - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:24:31
26. The Crab Apple Tree
The Crab Apple Tree
It's amazing how mundane things in children's minds can become fantastic things. How burnt remnants of a building can become ancient ruins and an old crab apple tree can become a mystical symbol. How the parameters of a block becomes your world and crossing the street by yourself is an important ...
Squidoo Community - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:23:19
27. New Orleans Brass Bands
New Orleans Brass Bands
Brass bands are an integral part of New Orleans history and are still very important to this day. While their influence waned in other parts of the country the brass bands continue to be an important part of the NOLA music scene. The bands are seen in many venues including weddings, festivals, pa...
Music - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:23:19
28. Taking Off- Label Medicine
Taking Off- Label Medicine
We are under the impression that our prescription drugs have been tested and proven safe. The problem is that some drugs are being used differently then what they were approved for. There is sometimes no evidence that they are effective and that there are no adverse side effects. Without proper t...
Healthy Living - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:20:42
29. Bluesman Elmore James
Elmore James was one of the most influential guitarists of all times. It is said that he is the most copied of them all with his signature riff being heard from many a musician. The consensus seems to be that when he played he gave it his all. Though suffering from a heart condition he still play...
Music - Wed, 18 Jun 2014 16:50:05
30. Controlling Your Asthma
Asthma is a serious inflammatory lung disease. For unknown reasons it is on the rise in primarily industrialized countries. But it is also seen in less developed areas. This is a disease that more than twenty million people have in the U.S. Three hundred million and counting worldwide are affecte...
healthy-living - Tue, 17 Jun 2014 13:33:58
31. Vibrant Walking Communities
A community is considered walkable when the residents have an easy time of and a reason to be traversing on foot. The easy time would include wide sidewalks, awnings to protect from weather, crosswalks, safety, trees for shade, maybe benches for sitting and navigable streets. The reason would be ...
healthy-living - Fri, 13 Jun 2014 19:57:45
32. Fuel Of The World
Our forests and woodlands are being depleted of their natural resources like plants and animals. Trees are being cut down for building material or fuel or are dying from disease. The deforestation leads to the loss of wildlife. Animals are losing their habitat and are being shot for their skin, f...
healthy-living - Fri, 13 Jun 2014 00:35:41
33. Try Thinking Local
Doing business locally is not a way to restrict your choices but to enhance them. We know that this is the back bone to a strong society. Many people are searching far and wide to find their bliss without even looking up the street. It can be more economical if you don't have to travel far, espec...
culture-and-society - Thu, 12 Jun 2014 20:43:30
34. Travel For Health
In our shrinking world, people have the opportunity to travel for health care. Even the Bible speaks of the Pool of Bethesda where the infirm went to be cured of their afflictions. Religious sites are visited by pilgrims in search of healing not only of the the body but also the spirit. There are...
healthy-living - Sun, 29 Sep 2013 04:32:27
35. The Sweet Potato vs. The True Yam
The sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas) and the yam or true yam (Dioscorea batatas) are different crops but in the U.S. the terms are used interchangeably. There is a variety of sweet potato that is called yam or yam sweet potato. So the dish candied yam that is so popular on Thanksgiving is really ma...
food-and-cooking - Wed, 11 Sep 2013 06:45:52

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