Every day water is lost through perspiration, breathing, urination and bowel movements. In order for your body to function at its best we need to be replenishing the amounts that are lost through out each day.
School has started over in this part of the country, and with that comes the daily task of lunches! Since neither of my girls are not huge fans of lunch provided by their school’s cafeteria we have some thinking to do.
The earthquake in Haiti has resulted in a medical crisis that has gone from bad to worse. Hundreds of thousands of the countries dead and thousands more are injured and sick. Diseases in Haiti are a serious concern and in some cases can be a preventable disaster. Increasingly and alarming are the concerns regarding water and sanitation problems of the region that are taking center stage.
An earthquake is an unexpected and devastating natural disaster that hits at the worse possible time and affects a large number of people. Travelers, business, locals, government, and many others have been affected.
Activists that are reportedly protecting the environment want tougher standards on pollutants, ozone levels, and air quality. However, if you suffer from a severe respiratory condition extreme changes in temperature, pollutants, and smog can be quite devastating to your breathing.