Atypical Presentation of OCD in Children

[ad_1] I’ve been an advocate for OCD awareness for over ten years and have not seen much progress in the understanding and diagnosis of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Estimates vary but still hover around 14-17 years from onset of symptoms to receiving a proper diagnosis and treatment. That’s 14-17 years of untreated OCD which becomes more entrenched […]

5 tips for the farmers market

[ad_1] It’s peak farmers market season and the stalls are overflowing with piles of attractively arranged yummy fruits and veggies. Buying local and eating organic sounds good, but there are so many choices, and it’s easy to overspend. Here are five tips to help you get the most bang for your buck at the stalls […]

10 Delicious DIY Salad Dressings

[ad_1] (This post is an update to an earlier post version.) A Big-Ass Salad, as you know, is a perfect main meal of the day. However, with a little creativity there’s no limit to how (or when) you can enjoy your favorite combination of vegetables, greens and more. While Primal Kitchen® now offers a literal […]

What it’s Like To Be A Woman Who Has The BRCA Mutation Cancer

[ad_1] Honoring National Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Week National HBOC Week starts on 9/30/18, and every woman with the BRCA mutation has a different story. The stories are epic, heart wrenches. Most have mothers, sisters, aunts, and grandmothers who died from cancer too young. Most have lived life under the fear of a Cancer […]