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From Hairdressers to Hearts: Why breaking up is hard to do

July 11, 2011 11:10pm by venusrising

In My Life

You’ve seen your hair dresser for years -- yet each time you go you feel like you really don’t get what you want, but return time after time anyway. Maybe you are involved in a ‘love affair’ and you don’t feel like your needs are met, but you stick it out. So what gives? Read more

Whining Ranks the Most Hated and Annoying Sound Distraction

June 20, 2011 6:39pm by hearit

In The News

For those who hate whiners--and feel like the sound grates on a last nerve--you're not alone. It's been proven: A study says the power of whining in even simple distractions, like doing simple math, is even more annoying than anyy other sounds including a power saw and the horrendous baby-talk spewed by parents.
Parents or not, people hate whining.
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Womens Low Self Esteem Epidemic in America

April 1, 2011 2:58am by venusrising

In The News

Why is there such an epidemic in America of beautiful, sexy women with outrageously low self esteem?  We all have a sister, friend, or both that feel less than great about the Read more

Doctors Use Tarantulas to Freak Out MRI Scan Patients in Treating Panic

November 16, 2010 1:41am by hearit

In The News

MRI scans aren’t just for ortho patients anymore: the UK’s using tarantulas to scare Magnetic Resonance Imaging “patients”—hoping to find the brain’s hot spots that turn on brightest during “freak-ou Read more

Tanning Spray and Bronzers slated for Plastic Surgery to Fill the Gaps

June 8, 2010 6:23pm by underthesea

In The News

Scientists have come up with a new use for sunless tanning spray or the compound in body bronzer-surgeons say tanners or bronzers can be used to fill the holes from plastic surgery, reconstructions Read more

Lost our dear friend to postpartum depression

May 19, 2010 8:22pm by venusrising

In The News

Feb 8th 2010 We lost our dear friend Kelly to postpartum depression. She was a vibrant OR nurse at UCLA Los Angeles. She was in excellent physical health with loving husband, family and friends. Read more