With the economy being what it is, many of you may be feeling more down that up…even if you don’t follow the stock market! But—unlike the stock market—being down is a condition you can control. That is, assuming you are not clinically depressed. We make ourselves depressed by comparing situations
If you suffer from any of these symptoms, you may have a sensitivity or intolerance to salicylates: asthma, ear infections, rhinitis, sinusitis, depression, headaches, hyperactivity, inability to concentrate, irritability, migraines, mental sluggishness, mood changes, dermatitis, eczema, itching, rashes, bloating, canker sores, colic, cramps, diarrhea, flatulence, heartburn, mouth ulcers, stomach pains, vomiting, achy joints, arthritis, myalgia, or weakness.
If you are depressed, you are definitely feeling more than blue. Depression can affect everyone—men, women, children, the young, and the old—and it can affect every aspect of your life—from work to your physical health to your intimate relationships. In fact, depression affects approximately 19 million Americans, with twice as