2010

“The hour we gain when DST ends has a similar effect on our bodies as the jet lag you’d experience flying from Houston to Colorado, which is one hour earlier,” says Dr. Kristyna M. Hartse, director of the Sleep Center at Spring Branch Medical Center in Houston. While a one-hour time change seems far from […]

Actress, author, activist, and philanthropist Holly Robinson Peete’s son, RJ’s autism was diagnosed 10 years ago and she has been consistent in bringing awareness to the public.  Join her support and several other VIPs (Bill Cosby, Deepak Chopra, Susan L. Taylor)  for the event on January 10, at Carnegie Hall in New York City for […]

The first ever total lunar eclipse in two years will happen during the shortest day of the year, the Winter Solstice. The official beginning of winter. The Yin and Yang symbol was created to represent the balance of the seasons.  Here are background facts about this transitional time and some Yoga poses to help you […]

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama have convened a Hanukkah celebration at the White House on the second night of the Jewish festival of lights on Thursday, December 2, 2010 The celebration occurred in the East Room Thursday, where guests recited traditional prayers while lighting candles in a menorah lent by […]

(eHow) Three or four times a year for three weeks at a time, we often notice that our computers glitch more than usual, our fax machines jam, messages and car keys are lost, and we wonder what is going on here? It is not unusual to run into someone who says, “Oh, Mercury must be […]