Anastasha’s Birth and Death – Wonderful Videos

Bioethics, Children's Health, Marriage and Family Health, Parenting, Woman's Health
Anastasha Kalil DeLisi, the daughter of Craig and Tonya DeLisi, was born with and died from anencephaly on her and her mother's birthday: October 26, 2010. She is now living with Jesus and is perfect in every way. The DeLisi family wanted all of us who have followed their story and been praying for the family to have access to these remembrances. Although all of these resources are remarkable, if you only have time to view one, view the first one, "Anastasha's Birth and Life." It's remarkable -- although I also love the "Preparation for Birth and Death" one: The video of Anastasha's Birth and Life. Video sizes: Web, iPod/DVD, Mid-Def, Hi-Def Craig and Tonya Delisi Announce the "October Baby:" Video sizes: Web, iPod/DVD Life with Anastasha Kalil Delisi. Video sizes: Web, iPod/DVD, Mid-Def Preparation for Birth and…
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POM, Vitamin Water, and SoBe Have Made Misleading Claims According to Experts

Cancer, General Health, Heart Health, Nutritional Health
It has a sleek, curvy bottle, features the juice from an exotic fruit and has a catchy name, but according to both government and consumer agencies, POM Wonderful is a drink that's not as wonderful as its manufacturer claims. The U.S. Federal Trade Commission recently issued a complaint against the makers of POM Wonderful 100 Percent Pomegranate Juice and POMx supplements, accusing the company of making "false and unsubstantiated claims" in its advertisements that these products will prevent or treat heart disease, prostate cancer and erectile dysfunction. Here are the details from ABC News: POM Wonderful is just the most recent drink to feature dubious nutritional claims, and experts say while these drinks may offer some health benefits, consumers should be wary of products that make promises that sound too good…
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8 Tips for Eating Healthy During Menopause

Alternative Medicine, Mental Health, Nutritional Health, Woman's Health
Good news! Aging does not have to equal weight gain. Women do tend to put on a pound a year in their 40s and 50s, but it’s more likely due to a drop in activity rather than hormones. However, hormonal changes can shift your body composition, so any pounds you do gain tend to land in your middle. Here are some tips from Rachel Meltzer Warren, MS, RD, that were first published on Here are some ways to stay slim, reduce menopausal symptoms, and cut the health risks that can rise after menopause. 1) Go fish Heart disease risk is likely to rise after menopause, so you should try to eat at least two servings of fish per week (preferably those with healthy fats like salmon or trout). “Women may want…
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