Health Challenges

By Ms. Walla
In Health Challenges
Oct 10th, 2015
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Breast Cancer Awareness This post is dedicated to my friends who have “fought the battle of their lives” and to those of us who still don’t know what lies ahead. Survivors and still fighting… Keri C. Kim J. Carol V. Laura W. Roxanna M. Beth S. Kris P. Donna H. AnTuan T. Liz G....
By Ms. Walla
In Health Challenges
Feb 16th, 2015
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I have what? Shingles, fungus, staph, floaters and flashes.  Sounds like housing materials, something you might find in a swimming pool or in a Petrie dish!  What do they share in common?  Me.  Yes, I have experienced all of them this past year and up until recently I had never heard of most of them ...
By Ms. Walla
In Health Challenges
Oct 26th, 2014
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Breast Cancer Awareness, part 2 This post is dedicated to my friends who have “fought the battle of their lives” and to those of us who still don’t know what lies ahead. Survivors and still fighting… Keri C. Kim J. Carol V. Laura W. Roxanna M. Beth S. Kris P. Donna H. AnTuan T...
By Ms. Walla
In Health Challenges
Oct 26th, 2014
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Wearing pink this month There’s a buzz in the air this month coming from your radio, television and computer being transmitted by ordinary folks, as well as celebrities and male sports teams wearing pink, reminding us that October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Today as my husband and I were...
By Ms. Walla
In Health Challenges
Jul 7th, 2014
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A fellow walked into a doctor’s office, and when the receptionist asked him what he had he replied, “Shingles.” She took down his name, address, insurance information, and told him to have a seat.  Ten minutes later a nurse came and asked him what he had. “Shingles.” She took him in the back and did ...