Shawn Achor – “The Happiness Advantage: Linking Positive Brains to Performance”

Shawn Achor ~ I am so excited about the National MS Society’s Everyday Matters project!  Join in for the insight and education we will gain from this event!  Watch Shawn Achor’s video here and see what we have to look forward to in the Everyday Matters Project!  After you watch …

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Ann Romney sends Mitt Romney Love

by Dani Price Ann Romney, wife of current presidential candidate Mitt Romney, met her husband, Mitt while in elementary school. She says she even remembers him throwing pebbles at her while she was riding her horse. Ann was named Ann Lois Davies on April 6th 1949. She was raised in …

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Annette Funicello Brings Public Awareness to MS

by Dani Price “For me, the wheelchair symbolizes disability in a way a cane does not.” – Annette Funicello In 1992, Funicello announced that she had been battling multiple sclerosis, a degenerative neurological disease, since 1987. To assist in fundraising to fight neurological disorders, she founded The Annette Funicello Teddy …

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Best Fat-Blasting Supplements according to Montel

As I’ve told you before I was blessed with skinny genes so thankfully  I don’t have Belly-Fat to get rid of.  Unfortunately for others it doesn’t come so easily. Belly fat is something most people have to deal with as they age. and while diet and exercise are two very …

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Ann Romney’s MS: Breakthrough Treatments That Could Help Everyone with MS

Ann Romney’s, is just one of an estimated 400,000 Americans with Multiple Sclerosis but being the GOP presidential contender’s wife, has gotten more attention than most. Ann’s MS is in remission and at 63 years of age, she has kept up with a hectic schedule while campaigning for Mitt and …

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