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Your Health Matters: Asleep On Your Feet?
by Thomas W. Shinder, M.D.

Sleep Deprivation: The Silent Epidemic

As children, most of us were told that it was important for us to get a "good night's sleep". When we grow up, many of us turn our backs on childhood "rules." We no longer eat our broccoli; we stop looking both ways before we cross the street -- and we think we no longer need the prescribed eight hours of rest and revitalization. But what are we doing to our physical and mental health in the process?

Alive Online: Time Snatchers
by Debra Littlejohn Shinder

Defending Ourselves Against An Insidious Enemy

Who are the Timesnatchers and how can we defend ourselves against the damage and destruction they can cause? Although the term sounds a little like a reference to some evil alien technology from Star Trek, in truth we all face the Timesnatchers on a regular basis.

The Learning Curve
by Skip Bleaser

In Whose Hands?

Pregnancy connects a woman to her past and her future like no other human experience. Deciding where to draw the line between making childbirth as natural and safe as possible, for both mother and child, is a difficult task even today.

Resurfacing
by Barbara Hampton

Forty-something women realize there comes a moment in each life which, if recognized and acted upon, can change that life forever. We know this because we've seen those moments in our lives. Now, armed with some serious life experience, we take up the task of encouraging each other, and ourselves.

COMPUTEREASE
by Thomas W. Shinder, M.D. M.C.P.

A Woman's Place is in the Home (At the Computer)

Back in the pre-computer age, most women had few options for working at-home That's all changed now , thanks to the Internet-oriented, computercentric, "connected" world in which we live. Telecommuting is catching on. More and more women are finding the market is ripe for starting computer-based home businesses of their own. If you're tired of the rat race, you might consider some of these options for yourself.

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