Success University for Women in Leadership

This week, rather than sharing my health tips, I wanted to share with you the very exciting news that I’ve been working on a book that launched on Tuesday, November...

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Sugar: A big & avoidable inflammatory culprit

Inflammation is a natural healing response in the body. When you cut yourself, you may experience a bit of heat, redness, swelling, and pain in that area of your skin...

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Ensure That Your Water Is Safe And Pure

“Tap water, or bottled water?” This is usually a question that comes up whenever I go out to dinner with friends or associates. How some answer this question likely comes...

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What’s Lurking In Your Nail Care Regimen?

You may have heard that your looks are never complete if your nails are not well groomed. When you reach out to shake someone’s hand, sign a document, or wave...

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To Dye or Not to Dye?

To some extent, we all care about what we look like. Every morning, after rising out of bed, we all engage in a personal grooming routine that will make us...

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Dressing For Health

You’re healthy, or at least you believe you are. You exercise daily. You are mindful about every morsel of food that enters your mouth. You don’t smoke. You don’t drink....

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Caring For an Aging Mind

This week, I’ve invited R. Nelloms to write as a guest blogger for the following article. She is the co-author of the comedic novel, Private Eyes, a ghostwriter, and a...

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