Book Review – The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto by Mitch Albom

If you like music, you will LOVE this book. If you love music, you will wonder how you never heard of this book. And if you don't like music (highly doubt it), this book will make you fall in love with music you have never heard of before. While a little confusing of who is the narrator at first, it soon Continue reading

It’s Been a While

It sure has been a while, but we are still here! We are sorry that our articles, book reviews, and newsletters dropped off, but since the beginning of the five letter word (C---d) we've had to make a lot of adjustments in running our small business. Some of those adjustments have cost us significant time preventing us from focusing on the things that we prefer to focus on, such as research, information on health, etc. Continue reading

Book Review: The Radium Girls – The Dark Story of America’s Shining Women by Kate Moore

Skip the movie on this one or you’ll be throwing (organic) popcorn on the screen like I was; the movie doesn’t provide this book a modicum of justice. The book however, is a page turner like no other. It offers a glimpse of history not that long ago, of an involuntary sacrifice by hundreds of women who suffered greatly, and yet still stood to the call to help again when all was said and done. Continue reading

Book Review: An American Sickness: How Healthcare Became Big Business and How You Can Take It Back by Elisabeth Rosenthal

Received an outrageous hospital bill? Despite being well insured? $50K for three stitches? Price of your regular prescriptions tripled with no generic in sight? Billed for being seen by a doctor you never actually saw? An American Sickness: How Healthcare Became Big Business and How You Can Take It Back by Elisabeth Rosenthal is not a book of random information about exuberant Continue reading

Book Review: Silent Spring by Rachel Carson

There seems to be a lot of emphasis on writing reviews for books that are newly released, or about to be released. That is not my goal here. My goal is to tell you about books that hold importance in our lives, whether it is health related, or other important information that we should all know, regardless of when the book was written. In this case, the book Silent Spring offers a great deal of important information that is just as prudent to be aware of today (if not more so). Yet it was written in 1962. Continue reading