Maggie Fox :- Smoking Permanently Damages Your DNA, Study Finds

  Link Smoking scars DNA in clear patterns, researchers reported Tuesday. Most of the damage fades over time, they found — but not all of it. Their study of 16,000 people found that while most of the disease-causing genetic footprints left by smoking fade after five years if people quit, some appear to stay there … Continue reading Maggie Fox :- Smoking Permanently Damages Your DNA, Study Finds

Bruce Springsteen :- “the wheels can come off a little bit”

Background Personally, there are a few people I will pay to listen to; as I know they are sharing intimately and not trying to sway. Bruce happens to be one of those very few people. Esquire Interview Bruce Springsteen gets candid about his mental health issues: 'I'm on a variety of medications' — or 'the … Continue reading Bruce Springsteen :- “the wheels can come off a little bit”

Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)

MedCircle Videos Video #1 What It's Like To Live With Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) Channel :- MedCircle Published on :- 2018-July-8th Link Participants Encina Severa Kyle Kitterson DissociaDID Videos MEET THE ALTERS: JADE | DissociaDID | Dissociative Identity Disorder Profile Our first installment in the LONG awaited 'Meet The Alters' series! Jade stepped up to … Continue reading Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)

Hospice Care within the Prison System

Videos Justin on Serving LIFE Profile Watch Justin Granier serve as a Hospice Volunteer while he serves his mandatory life without parole sentence. Videos Part 1 Published On :- 2017-Jan-16th Channel :- Maria Dunnigan Link Part 2 Published On :- 2017-Jan-16th Channel :- Maria Dunnigan Link Participants Volunteers Justin Granier Shaheed Albert Lavalais Cared for Walter Chance … Continue reading Hospice Care within the Prison System

Boy Who Died in 1969 May Have Been America’s First AIDs Victim

http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20097600,00.html A dated article from People Magazine (Nov 16th, 1987) He was a slender, uncommunicative boy whose condition, in 1969, left doctors first at City Hospital and later at Deaconess Hospital in St. Louis both distressed and baffled. Only 15 years old, he was slowly wasting away before their eyes, dying from a disease they … Continue reading Boy Who Died in 1969 May Have Been America’s First AIDs Victim