CoSozo Living

November 2011
November, 2011
Challenges and Triumphs
We all have challenges and triumphs as we live our lives and some of our challenges and triumphs come from a societal level. Read this month's feature article about human trafficking to learn what you can do to combat modern day slavery!

In this issue

Our theme this month is Challenges & Triumphs. Throughout our lives we will have many of both, whether big or small.
Disclaimer: The article you are about to read will likely appear frank, eye-opening, and perhaps even a little depressing.
Oprah says that “Every single death is an invitation to live more fully.”

When we think about cleansing our bodies we typically think of taking a shower or bath. We know that regular cleansing of the skin helps improve health and wellness.
The sporadic whir of the espresso machine, the chatter of cheery baristas behind the counter, the aroma of slightly burnt coffee, the flicker of a nearby pendant light and the murmur of a man in the c
Most working adults spend more than half of their waking hours at work.
“O’Doyle Rules!” It’s a classic bullying one-liner from comedy “Billy Madison.” Bullying has changed by leaps and bounds since parents of today were children.
Peripheral neuropathy is a general term for disorders of the nerves that serve the farthest reaches of the body such as the feet, legs, and hands.
Stem cell therapies may be able to be more targeted to individualized patients to combat chronic or life-threatening diseases in the future.
GlcNAc, otherwise known as N-acetylglucosamine, shows promise in studies for being able to combat some of the effects of MS and other diseases.
Researchers working on an international study from the UK and Canada have linked non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) to an increased risk of heart attacks and strokes.

Featured Contributors

Arshad Abbasi, MD, FCCP, D, ABSM is board certified by the American Board of Sleep Medicine. He practices with the Midwest Centers for Sleep Disorders...
Dr. William Goldstein began his practice of general ophthalmology in 1994. He is a board-certified ophthalmologist. He was among the first surgeons in...
Sue Smith has been in the agriculture industry for over 30 years. Mrs. Smith earned her undergraduate degree in Agricultural Education at the Universi...

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