Cell Death May Save Lives

The reduction of mucous cells will alleviate the breathing and mucous-associated problems of asthmatics and people with chronic bronchitis.

Survivor the Final Episode

Tina won.

I’m sitting here trying to think of something to say, something wise, something witty. But I just can’t come up with anything.

Psychologists Discover that Venting Aggression on Inanimate Objects Doesn’t Help

Since the turbulent Sixties, self-help writers and psychobabble gurus have advocated letting it all hang out. Let your aggression out and you will feel better. Does it work? No.

There were the BoBo inflatable dolls that rocked when hit and then stood themselves up. Folks could buy foam bats to hit their spouses.

Softball Training in the Off-Season

Softball season is officially over unless of course you’ve chosen to extend it by participating in a fall league. My team considered playing through the fall, but we decided to quit while we were ahead — we took our well-earned trophy and split.

Kayaking the Rivers of Florida

When the snowbirds flock to the beaches of Florida, my husband and I head off to the rivers of Florida. There we enjoy the peace and tranquility that can only be achieved by surrounding oneself with nature.

Net plans need strategy first and technology second

I recently received a lovely brochure from a major telecommunications company, trumpeting the fact that they offered “the ‘most complete suite of services for business ready to integrate the Internet into their corporate activities.'”