Saturday, April 26, 2008

Last day:
World War II Heritage Days Event
4/23/08 (11:25 p.m.) Battle Re-enactments, Military Vehicles, Equipment Demonstrations, Vintage Aircraft Displays at the Commemorative Air Force Hanger, Falcon Field Airport, Peachtree City. Opening Ceremony - Saturday April 26 at 10:00 a.m. Heritage Days - Saturday & Sunday, April 26-27. Suggested Donation: $5; More info WWII Theme Hanger Dance: 6pm - 11pm, Saturday, April 26; Advance Tickets $35/person (before April 21), after April 21 $50/person - reservations required, 678-364-1110.

Wellness Briefs: Integrative Oncology
Q. I have been recently diagnosed with breast cancer. What can I do to increase my chances of overcoming cancer?There is an increasing trend in the U.S. towards integrative approaches to cancer. MD Anderson and Sloan Kettering Memorial are two of most respected centers specializing in cancer treatments. Both programs have integrative medicine available to their patients at the center...

Naturally Fayette: Oh what a beautiful day!
I treated myself today --- I spent the day in the yard. First, I joined untold numbers at our local Lowe's store. I picked up flats of marigolds and other annuals, grabbed a few hummingbird attracting hanging baskets and filled the Jimmy up with soil, fertilizer, soil conditioners and other assorted items....

Potters Lessons: Easier to write when the weather stinks...
The weather has generally been wonderful recently and I've had a difficult time writing. I'll have to admit that when the weather isn't quite so hot, but not nasty, I tend to run to the studio to squeeze in a bit of time with my clay...

Health: Hearsay & Headlines: Forget CPR, Give CCR Instead
Link for entire article is at the end of the article:
Adults Who Collapse Need Chest Compression, Not Mouth-to-Mouth
By Daniel J. DeNoon
WebMD Medical News
Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD
March 11, 2008 -- For adults who collapse after cardiac arrest, mouth-to-mouth resuscitation is dead.A new lifesaving technique, cardio-cerebral resuscitation, is much more likely to save lives than the old cardiopulmonary resuscitation or CPR technique, an Arizona study shows....

Motivational Minutes: Passengers and Drivers II
Eight years ago, I was a passenger. My dreams of visiting all 50 states, or becoming a communicator in both the written and verbal word, and many others were a distant memory. At that time of my life, I was working 2 jobs and all I wanted to do was get by...

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