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Karen Bradley
Work, sweat, eat, sleep, lather, rinse, repeat.
Work, sweat, eat, sleep, lather, rinse, repeat.
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This! Especially now!
"Worry a little bit every day and in a lifetime you will lose a couple of years..."
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Stoopid supermarket doesn't carry fresh chorizo (grrrr!), so I had to make "chorizo chili" with spicy Italian sausage.  Still tastes fantastic!

Thanks for the recipe, +Shinae Choi Robinson!  :)
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I'm thinking they're really going to freak out when somebody shows them how to make fire.
Irving 9th-grader arrested after taking homemade clock to school

+Dallas Morning News: After taking a homemade clock to school, 14-year-old student Ahmed Mohamed of Irving, Texas, was taken in handcuffs to juvenile detention. Police say they may charge him with making a hoax bomb, though they acknowledge he told everyone who would listen that it’s a clock.

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Summer has finally arrived in NYC!
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+Shinae Choi Robinson​, look what I scored from conference room leftovers!!
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Ladies, we can't always control our health, but we can take steps to control our risk of being unhealthy.  Thanks for sharing, +Shinae Choi Robinson !
YOUNG WOMEN'S HEARTS AT RISK (READ THIS, LADIES!!!)

"While so many women worry about cancer, only slightly more than half realize that heart disease is their No. 1 killer, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. More women in the United States die from cardiovascular causes — heart disease and stroke — than from all forms of cancer combined.

...Rather than crushing chest pain, women in the throes of a heart attack more often experience discomfort in the neck, jaw, shoulder, upper back or abdomen, dizziness, nausea, right arm pain, shortness of breath, and sweating or unusual fatigue. Almost two-thirds of women who die suddenly of a heart attack had no prior symptoms.

When women with high levels of artery-damaging LDL cholesterol are prescribed statins, the treatment often provides “false reassurance” that the drugs “can compensate for poor dietary choices and a sedentary life,” Dr. Rita F. Redberg, a cardiologist at the University of California, San Francisco, and editor of JAMA Internal Medicine, wrote last year. In one study she cited, “statin users significantly increased their fat intake and calorie consumption, along with their B.M.I. (body mass index), in the last decade. Focusing on cholesterol levels can be distracting from the more beneficial focus on healthy lifestyle to reduce heart disease risk.”

A diet rich in fruits and vegetables, which contain natural antioxidants that statins don’t provide, is more important, Dr. Andersen said. “So is getting regular aerobic exercise, spending time with friends and getting a good night’s sleep — six to eight hours,” she said. “Chronic lack of sleep doubles the risk of heart disease.”

A positive outlook on life — laughing a lot, having a sense of humor, being optimistic and seeing the glass as half full — is also protective, Dr. Andersen said, adding that “15 minutes of laughter is equivalent in preventive value to 30 minutes of aerobic exercise.”

#chezshinae  #PSA #womenshealth #treatmindbodysoul
Young Women's Hearts at Risk
Young Women's Hearts at Risk
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Quite possibly the best G+ poll in the history of G+ polls.
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63%
Hammertime
26%
Collaborate and Listen
11%
In The Name Of Love
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My first photosphere wasn't such a success. But in my defense, most of the time I couldn't see the dot with all that glare.

Guess I'll just have to go back to Miami and try again. LOL
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