Tobacco users undergo Hair Greying early
Dr. Rajan TD
The color of our skin and the hair is a significant factor that determines our overall visual appearance. It also plays a very important role in social and sexual communication. Earlier, only people who were beyond the age of 50 appeared to go grey.
Honeywell International has been in the news lately—with the focus on
its employee wellness program. Ordinarily, this would be a good thing, a
bit of favorable PR for initiatives designed to promote the health of
its workforce. Sounds like a win for company managers and shareholders
Some folks of a religious persuasion have asserted that atheism is a religion. Hearing this, Bill Maher said, "If atheism is a religion, then abstinence is a sexual position." Similar analogies rebutting the jejune idea that non-belief could be a religion are out there, such as, “if atheism is a religion, then “bald” is a hair color and “off” is a TV channel. You get the idea.
Donald B. Ardell is a professional speaker and the author of more than a dozen books on quality lifestyles. His focus is skill building in the dimensions of exuberance, athleticism and personal freedoms. He recently addressed the Global Spa & Wellness Summit in Marrakech, Morocco and, at the 2014 American Humanist Conference in Philadelphia performed Robert G. Ingersoll famous lecture "Improved Man."
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Recently, someone asked, Is there more to health than not needing too many medications, not having a disease, not being overweight, not being a smoker or someone who drinks too much? Or, is that what being healthy is basically all about?
I consider this a profound question that invites attention to a much neglected challenge facing medical and other health experts. How many of that number can explain the nature of health separate and apart from the symptoms of its absence. Not many, in my opinion.
Robert Green Ingersoll (1833-1899), aka "The Great Agnostic," was a champion of liberty and an enemy of superstition, a social activist and America's greatest orator of the Golden Age of Freethought during the latter part of the 19th century. Many, myself included, believe he was the greatest orator of any nation, now and throughout recorded human history.
Humor was one of many elements in his armament of speech qualities. He once said this about the subject:
The Pledge of Allegiance of the United States is an expression of fealty to the Flag of the United States and the republic of the United States of America, originally composed by Francis Bellamy in 1892 and formally adopted by Congress as the pledge in 1942. The official name of The Pledge of Allegiance was adopted in 1945. The last change in language came on Flag Day 1954 when the words "under God" were added. (Source: Wikipedia)