Nuestra Salud / Our Health

amartinez9's picture
Friday, February 20, 2015 - 5:17pm

En el mes de febrero mucho de lo que pensamos se centra en corazones rojos, flores, amor y claro, no puede faltar el chocolate. Casí siempre cuando pensamos en el mes del amor y la amistad, se nos viene a la mente esa persona especial que nos hace sentir maripositas en el estómago y hace que el corazón nos palpite más a prisa. Rara vez pensamos sobre nuestro corazón real, el que pompea la sangre a nuestros cuerpos y nos mantiene con vida.


Blogs

jtaylor's picture
Wednesday, January 2, 2008 - 1:00pm

Sometimes it's smarter to eat crunchy peanut butter on burned wheat toast than to open your mouth -- or pound on your keyboard. Cases to consider:



wholderman's picture
Wednesday, January 2, 2008 - 9:26am

Okay, whose bright idea was it to go to Disneyland and California Adventure the day after Christmas....oh, that's right, it was my idea. I thought it was supposed to be the "happiest" place on earth....well, normally it would be, but a "bajillion" other people had the crazy idea of being there the same time me and my family were there, the nerve!


jtaylor's picture
Thursday, December 27, 2007 - 8:22am

In the spirit of mirth-making and "can you believe that," here are eight medical myths and how they've been debunked (and by whom, so don't blame me).


jtaylor's picture
Wednesday, December 26, 2007 - 10:45am

Good (sober) conversation is always great to find at cocktail parties. Here is Part 1 of things you might want to ask or discuss -- before you get too comfortable (and call for your designated driver/cabbie).



wholderman's picture
Friday, December 21, 2007 - 10:12am

Remember the movie Groundhog Day starring Bill Murray? He plays a TV weatherman named Phil who works for a local station in Pennsylvania. He's charming on camera but when the red light goes off he becomes self-centered, treats his co-workers with contempt and is just plan old mean. He is covering the story about "Punxsutawney Phil" who is a groundhog that has the ability to determine the length of winter by his ability to see his shadow.