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Monthly Archives: July 2015

It Is National Cord Blood Awareness Month

Cord Blood Awareness Month

July Marks Cord Blood Awareness Month After a baby is born, the umbilical cord becomes useless to both the mother and the child. That does not mean, however, that it is useless to other people. In fact, the blood from that umbilical cord contains adult stem cells that can mature into healthy blood cells. The

Veggie of the Month: Garlic

Veggie of the Month: Garlic

Garlic Offers Health Benefits This month’s veggie packs a powerful punch in a small package. Long known for fending off vampires, it turns out garlic can help fend off health issues, too. Garlic is July’s veggie of the month and has a long history. Garlic was used in health remedies in India 5,000 years ago,

Climate Change Drives California Drought, Wildfire Season

California Drought & Wildfire Season: Climate Change

Drought & Wildfire Season In California Increased By Climate Change Climate change has long been a hotly debated topic, but recently one of the world’s leaders brought it back to the top of mind for people all over the globe. Pope Francis released a manifesto that focused on how humanity’s carelessness with our planet has

The 4th Of July Is Almost Here!

4th of July

The 4th of July Is Just Around The Corner Tomorrow is the 4th of July! On this holiday, alternatively known as Independence Day, Americans gather to celebrate our freedoms and some of us might even have a 3 day weekend to enjoy as well. The tradition of celebrating the 4th of July dates back to our country’s birth.

50th Anniversary: LGBT Civil Rights Movement

50th Anniversary LGBT Civil Rights Movement

The LGBT Civil Rights Movement Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary With the recent historic Supreme Court decision behind us, this year’s celebration will most likely be unparalleled. For five decades, thoughtful men and women around the world have been working towards equal rights for members of the LGBT community. Over the weekend of the 4th of July, as