If prescription or OTC drugs are so good for people, where are all the healthy medicated customers? The truth is, there aren’t, any. There is nobody taking twelve prescriptions or OTC drugs with a clean bill of health. In fact, the more prescriptions a person takes, the worse their overall health. And if you approach the healthiest people you can find and ask what prescription drugs or OTC drugs they are taking in order to be so healthy, they give you a confused look: Healthy people do not take prescription or OTC drugs!
New York Rep. Carolyn McCarthy introduced legislation on Tuesday, June 29, 2010, that would end corporal punishment in ALL American schools (HB 5628 “Ending Corporal Punishment in Schools Act”). Several caring and responsible congressional leaders have already taken immediate and necessary action in protecting our American School Children from the harmful and legal acts of beating them with wooden boards and leather straps, by sponsoring/cosponsoring this extremely important bill.
One of the most important life enhancing activities one needs to give oneself is usually considered self-indulgence—taking care of one’s mind, body and spirit. The majority of people take better care of their cars and pets than they do themselves. This article discusses the importance and protocol for taking care of one’s mind, body and spirit.
In the final analysis, all adults have a responsibility to protect our children so they can reach their greatest potential, free of adults, who may wish to exploit them for their own purposes and, thus, alter that divine gift—potential. “We are not only responsible for what we do, but also, for that what we don’t do.” -Voltaire
Corporal punishment, spanking, paddling or hitting a child is a heatedly debated social issue in many countries. Questions exist as to whether children are harmed by being hit for discipline, or whether it is an effective method of discipline. This article discusses the merits of corporal punishment.