Mark Hyman, MD: The Last Diet You Will Ever Need (The HuffingtonPost doesn't have a proper "Pin It" Button -- thus the lack of photo here -- but this article is AWESOME and is a huge nod to Paleo-type eating. LOVE to see this dialogue on a national level!)
One of the last photos of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis. After a diagnosis of cancer in January 1994, she died in New York City on May 19 that same year. She is buried next to her first husband, President John F. Kennedy, and two infant children, a daughter, Arabella, and son, Patrick in Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia.
NATIONAL PENCIL DAY Each year, March 30th is National Pencil Day. Hymen Lipman received the first patent for attaching an eraser to the end of a pencil on this day in 1858. The majority of pencils made in the United States are painted yellow. It is believed that this tradition began in 1890 wh
Australia Day 2017 Date: January 26 2017 Todays Doodle celebrates Australia Day by honoring the lands most awe-inspiring feature: its big blue backyard and treasured natural World Heritage Site: the Great Barrier Reef. This vast underwater world is home to a whole host of protected and majestic creatures including the green turtle pipefish barramundi cod potato cod maori wrasse giant clam and staghorn coral to name a few. Made up of over 2900 individual reefs the earths largest coral reef…
It is amazing the little facts we can learn studying history. Even by means of National Day's we celebrate we can learn... did you know? It is #NationalRubberDuckyDay and during World Wars I and II, rubber was a valuable commodity which was rationed, and by the 1940s with the advent of plastic, the rubber ducky began being produced in vinyl and plastic.