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[10 Aug 2012 | Comments Off | 1,764 views]
Hottest global July temps on record are costing a “cropload”! NOAA’ing The Facts! —> UPDATED: 8/16/2019

Updated Feb. 26, 2019
Dark Purple = extreme drought
Red = severe drought
Gold = moderate drought
 
The US is falling behind other nations in upgrading technology and infrastructure to deal with the sources and significances of global climate change.
When is the last time you checked the floodplain of that home you own, or want to buy, or your apartment building, even if you are renting on the top floor?
How are those heating-n-cooling bills working for ya lately?
If you experience any unreasonable price spikes in food, water, utility bills, shipping/freight costs … costs of …

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[8 Aug 2012 | One Comment | 1,650 views]
The Serious Business Of Managing Your Health

Ladies and gents, your health care just improved with more improvements ahead … but this ACA (Affordable Care Act) battle isn’t over.
As of August 1, 2012, the health reform law is now providing women more preventative healthcare services, including expanding reproductive health care, available for free without copayments or deductibles if you have health insurance.
Currently, as reported on The Rachel Maddow Show, the ACA covers the following as of:
JULY 1, 2010

HELP FOR PEOPLE WITH PRE-EXISITING CONDITIONS

SEPTEMBER 23, 2010

ILLEGAL TO DENY COVERAGE TO KIDS WITH PRE-EXISTING CONDITIONS
ADULTS CAN STAY ON PARENTS’ …

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[6 Aug 2012 | Comments Off | 1,545 views]
Sugar isn’t that sweet when you consider its cost!

With your permission, let me take a moment to set aside the human factor of our health in order to present for your consideration merely the financial factor of our health and the correlated costs to our health-related behaviors, specifically our eating habits.
Practicing good health is life-saving$ behavior!
It is logical that consuming smaller portions per serving of each meal saves us grocery money – eating less means buying less, therefore spending less. Additionally, consider the fact that eating healthy also saves us money when we compare the price of meat …