By Paromita VohraIn the early 1980 s, my father was posted to Baghdad as an air-force trainer and I met Pakistanis for the first time -- as their air force officers were also deputed as coaches there. I became fast friends with three sisters in one of the Pakistani families -- but once we returned there was no way to keep in touch -- until 1999, … [Read more...] about Fair & Lovely: White lie for brownie points?
2 of my 3 boys with Type 1 Diabetes are Dexcom users.One boy applies it because he likes the security of knowing his amounts all the time. He will glance at his telephone, confirm how he feels, and move on.One boy applies it because I still have some tiny quantity of say in his life. He dislikes the alarms and he turns them off while at school.( I … [Read more...] about Our feelings about the Abbott Freestyle Libre System
“My name is Zoe Sigman, and I’m the Program Director at Project CBD, an educational nonprofit focused on cannabis science& medication. A decade ago, we introduced CBD to the medical cannabis community in California. It spread like wildfire and has become the hugely popular phenomenon that it is today.Read more: projectcbd.org … [Read more...] about The FDA and Cannabis Regulation
Sugar is one of the most harmful and addictive substances that you can consume, as it's associated with various metabolic diseases. 1 Nowadays, it's found in almost everything you eat. In fact, the average American expends around 17.4 teaspoons of carbohydrate per period -- that's more than 5 teaspoons higher than the average sugar intake … [Read more...] about The truth about sugar addiction
Posted by PJ_HowlandWe’re digital marketers; we attain our living in a continuously changing( and consistently misinterpret) industry. It’s easy to feel like even those who are closest to us don’t truly get what we do. Take me, for example, I once mentioned algorithms to my grandmother, and ever since then, she’s been … [Read more...] about MozCon 2019: Acceptance. Education. Donuts