Lifestyle

FORGO THE JAPANESE TAKEOUT AND MAKE KATSUDON AT HOME INSTEAD

As if you needed another fried food in your life, pork katsudon comes along and drops the mic. The best parts of fried rice and teriyaki all rolled into one, it’s a classic takeout meal you’ll find on Japanese menus but you don’t have to put pants on to meet the delivery guy. Serve over rice for a filling and ...

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Paranoia and Delusional Disorders

Doctor George Hatoum , Medical Center in Bankstown City Plaza recommends to read this article and Email him to have a medical advices What is Paranoia? Paranoia involves intense anxious or fearful feelings and thoughts often related to persecution, threat, or conspiracy. Paranoia occurs in many mental disorders, but is most often present in psychotic disorders. Paranoia can become delusions, ...

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What is psychosomatic

Doctor George Hatoum , Medical Center in Bankstown City Plaza recommends to read this article and Email him to have a medical advices Psychosomatic means mind (psyche) and body (soma). A psychosomatic disorder is a disease which involves both mind and body. Some physical diseases are thought to be particularly prone to be made worse by mental factors such as ...

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What Is Schizophrenia?

Doctor George Hatoum , Medical Center in Bankstown City Plaza recommends to read this article and Email him to have a medical advices Schizophrenia is a chronic brain disorder that affects about one percent of the population. When schizophrenia is active, symptoms can include delusions, hallucinations, trouble with thinking and concentration, and lack of motivation. However, when these symptoms are ...

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Secrets to happiness from a peasant lifestyle

Last year, I watched in horror as my elderly father crawled crab-like along the edge of the roof to secure bird netting over the vigorous grapevine he planted more than 50 years ago. He’s since delegated this particular responsibility to his children, but only after a spirited, drawn-out struggle. How to build stronger bones at any age Even though your ...

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FAMILY TABLE: April full of food and good causes

SAN ANGELO — Spring is in the air and San Angelo is humming with food events benefiting many different community organizations. “It’s what people do,” said Courtney Mahaffey, executive director of the San Angelo Symphony Society, who wrapped up the Culinary Challenge fundraiser earlier this month. “Food and drinks go with everything in your life.” The West Texas Rehabilitation Center is getting ...

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States push back deadlines for health-insurance rates amid uncertainty

Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images House Speaker Paul Ryan, a Republican from Wisconsin, walks away after speaking during a news conference on Capitol in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Friday, March 24, 2017. With no deal on new health-care legislation and uncertainty about how long the White House will subsidize insurers’ participation in the Affordable Care Act, states have ...

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Lab-Created Diamonds: Frost Yourself Like the Celebs for 50 Percent Less

Whether you’ve listened to Kanye West‘s “Diamonds Are Forever” or have seen Blood Diamond, you’re probably aware that the process of finding diamonds can be nowhere near as glamorous as the final product. In the early 2000s, the term “blood diamonds” rose to public attention, taking away the luster of those sparkling gems. Jewelry behemoths, including Cartier, began to source and ...

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Cheaper food is great news (unless you’re Kroger)

The price of food purchased in supermarkets dropped in 2016 – the first time in 49 years that U.S. consumers haven’t paid more to fill their pantries, according to new federal data. Retail food prices dropped 1.3 percent total last year versus a historical annual increase of cor4 percent, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. While the lower costs ...

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Snow, ice wasted lots of food

There’s one impact of the nine school snow days this winter that you may not have thought of: wasted food. Portland Public Schools had to throw out or donate $42,249 worth of school lunches and breakfasts as a result of the unusually frequent and intense snow and ice storms this year. The loss to the school district is permanent. The ...

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