For my wife and I, sharing our bed with our four pugs can sometimes be a bit of a challenge. So we can appreciate Dr. Jane Sadler’s struggles in sleeping with her own full-grown standard poodle, Jett. Dr. Sadler, a family medicine physician on staff at Baylor Medical Center at Garland, writes this week in … Continue reading Sleeping with pets worth the health risks?
Driving to work this morning, I heard a rooster crow. Yes, in Dallas, I heard this sound loud and clear. Maybe you don’t know this, but roosters have been “outlawed” in Dallas in 1999 as a means to curb cockfighting. Since this cheerfully loud sound made me smile, I hope this outlawed rooster is not … Continue reading What’s Next For The Injured Victims of the Boston Marathon Bombing?
I’ve always wanted to write a blog post, titled “Guilty Pleasures!” I hate to disappoint, but this is not the start of my romance novel writing career. Instead, I’m going public: I love Cheetos! Health blogger Dr. Jane Sadler recently admitted in her Dallas Morning News blog that she loves them too. I just had … Continue reading Guilty Pleasures From Vending Machines
You’re on information overload. An inbox full of emails, a calendar full of meetings and a long to-do list leave you forgetting things right and left. In the frantic moments of forgotten cell phones or misplaced car keys, do you ever question your ability to remember things? You’re not the only one. You may be … Continue reading Is It Forgetfulness or Alzheimer’s?