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Heart health

Watermelon’s high levels of lycopene are very effective at protecting cells from damage and may help lower the risk of heart diseases. Also, the fruit’s concentrations of citrulline and arginine are good for your heart. 314 more words

A Medicinal Homage to Trees on Arbor Day

Apples come from trees, and as the old saying goes, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” As legend has it, Johnny Appleseed, a.k.a. John Chapman (no relation), planted apple orchards throughout much of the countryside during the 19th century. 528 more words

Current Perspectives

An HIV Positive Man

I’m moving like a blinking eye lid
Bewildered at guzzle power

I’m dancing in my ballet shoes
Pirouette kidnaps me.

I’m too drunk to know whether I’m walking or flying… 348 more words


New Haven takes part in "Dining Out For Life" campaign

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — More than 30 New Haven eateries will donate 25% of their proceeds from breakfast, dinner or the day on Thursday to AIDS Project New Haven. 73 more words


Let's Talk!

Here is my column from the May issues of the First Church, Cornerstone, newsletter.

Building a strong, healthy, community of faith requires communication. I don’t mean the weekly church email or monthly newsletter, but earnest, open conversations about our thoughts, feelings and beliefs regarding the important things of life and faith. 983 more words


The United States and China in the Vietnam War: Aids

As one of the most important day of contemporary Vietnamese history is approaching, let’s revise one history lesson about ties of aids in the context of the Vietnam War (aka the American War). 2,684 more words


Lost Over and Over but Finally Came Back to Me!

Lost Over and Over but Finally Came Back to Me!

It was 1987 I was 17 years old when I lost my best friend due to a shooting and on that day, I was… 1,681 more words