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Health Problems in African American Women: High Cholesterol
Over 25% of American women have blood cholesterol levels high enough to put them at risk for heart disease. Cholesterol is a waxy substance found in all parts of the body. It comes from two sources: your body and the food you eat. Your liver makes all the cholesterol your body needs. Eating too...
Physical Activity and Health - Women
A Report of the Surgeon General KEY MESSAGES *Physical activity need not be strenuous to achieve health benefits. *Women of all ages benefit from a moderate amount of physical activity, preferably daily. The same moderate amount of activity can be obtained in longer sessions of moderately... A Happy Ending
Hi, my name is Cheryl. I visited (Adoption.com) and many other adoption sites many times a couple of years ago in search of my biological mother. I had had a happy childhood with my adoptive family but just had the yearning to know my mother. I searched for approximately 17 years on and off. As... Be Alert, But Don't Give Up!
Aloha.. Be "certain" prior to searching for a child, or an adoptive child, "exactly what" you "expect" to find, & have you really given enough "deep within you 'real truth'" as to whether or not you really want a reunion. I was adopted with my adoptive father escorting my (married) biomother...
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"Diabetes" in the Adoption Blogs
In a Heartbeat
August 29, 2011, 7:55 pm
My recent post about the fear that is involved in foster adoption seemed to strike a cord with some people. I appreciate the comments that I received about it. Having been through a foster adoption, I definitely know what that fear feels like. It is the kind that can wake a person in the middle... Honestly Assessing Older Adoption
July 26, 2012, 12:33 pm
To me, choosing to become a parent was not that difficult. I was born to the role. I had known since the age of 19 I was infertile, so deciding to adopt when I met my husband at age 37 was not too challenging a choice. That said, deciding to adopt our three little ones at the age of 51 was... The Letter
September 13, 2011, 10:09 am
I tend to hold onto letters that I receive from people in my life that hold a special spot. Birthday cards from my children and husband, letters from my Grandma from over the years as well as letters from the adoptive parents of my placed son, Will. They are treasures I don’t want to ever part...
"Diabetes" in the Adoption Forums
Considering becoming a GAL- any insight?
March 7, 2013, 10:32 am
I know that there is at least one GAL who regularly posts (I believe her user name is Lemon Pie.)
For many years, I have been interested in adoption and foster care and research/read regularly about emotional, factual and legal issues related to these subject matters. While I had thought at...
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Be Alert, But Don't Give Up!
Aloha..Be "certain" prior to searching for a child, or an adoptive child, "exactly what" you "expect" to find, & have you really given enough "deep within you... An Adoptee/Birth Mother's Story
I was adopted in September of 1984. I was born to teenagers. My birthmother came from a dysfunctional family that didn't support her pregnancy. She ran away from home and got help through an... A Happy Ending
Hi, my name is Cheryl. I visited (Adoption.com) and many other adoption sites many times a couple of years ago in search of my biological mother. I had had a happy childhood with my adoptive family...
"Diabetes" on Adoption.com
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Diabetes (Diabetes Type 1, Diabetes Type 2) Diet, Symptoms ...
Learn about type 1 and 2 diabetes (diabetes dellitus) symptoms including increased urination, thirst, weight loss, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, skin infections, and blurred vision. Causes and diagnosis information is provided in the information.
Diabetes - MayoClinic.com
Diabetes Basics - American Diabetes Association
This is the place to begin your education about diabetes. This section of our site provides basic overviews of the major issues surrounding diabetes, with plenty of links to more in-depth information if you need it.