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September 6, 2016
by Dan Pearson
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The PSA of the Week

Share  Not everything involving better health is connected to medicine. The 3-word descriptor of Augusta’s Most Salubrious Newspaper (TM) – health, wellness, medicine – covers a lot of territory. Today, by way of the PSA of the Week, they’re going … Continue reading

June 28, 2016
by Dan Pearson
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Here’s a good one

ShareTuesdays are PSA of the Week Day. No, not Prostate Specific Antigen. That’s something else. This PSA is Public Service Announcement. Something that offers a worthwhile reminder on an important topic. By that measure, this one has to rank near … Continue reading

June 14, 2016
by Dan Pearson
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Here’s a PSA

ShareIt’s kind of amazing how lethal speed can be. And how ineffective it is in getting people to their destinations quicker. Seconds may count in basketball, but in real life getting to work or home or to the store 30 … Continue reading

June 7, 2016
by Dan Pearson
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The PSA of the Week!

ShareAfter a lengthy hiatus, the PSA o’ the Week – aka Public Service Announcement – returns with a simple message. While we may think of life two or three hundred years ago as peaceful and idyllic, the person living in … Continue reading

March 10, 2016
by Dan Pearson
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This week’s PSA

ShareWHAT you do is only semi-important. HOW you do whatever you do is the key. Ultimately, EVERYONE is important. Sure, we need brain surgeons. But we also need garbagemen. Or more correctly, garbage persons or garbage assistants. We need physicists … Continue reading

March 1, 2016
by Dan Pearson
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This is majorly useful.

ShareNot to say that medications aren’t important, even life-saving. They frequently are. But just as doctors usually begin a treatment regimen with the least invasive option first, a diet long of fruits and vegetables would go a long way toward … Continue reading