Monthly Archives: August 2014

Indian Vegetarian Cooking Potent Spices and Veggies Fend Off Disease

August 31st, 2014 | by Bushra Bajwa

Vegetarianism has been a way of life in India for millennia. Some Indian vegetables may already seem familiar; winter melon, or white pumpkin, for example, is a squash that cooks and tastes like its orange counterpart. Eggplants native to India are egg-shaped and smaller than the American variety; they cook in less time and have a less bitter taste


Conscious Caregiving ~ Nurturing Self While Helping Another

August 31st, 2014 | by Deborah Shouse

The AARP estimates that some 34 million family caregivers provide for someone that is ill or disabled in the U.S. According to the National Alliance for Caregiving, in Bethesda, Maryland, caregivers generally struggle with finding time for themselves, managing emotional and physical stress and balancing work and family responsibilities.



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