{Inspiration} Milk it for all it’s worth

Are you doing everything you can to save your bones, ladies? Stay tuned for the launch of our National Bone Health Challenge this Wednesday, 10/20. Let’s stop osteoporosis for ourselves and for our daughters…

We’ll drink (milk) to that!

Image by Norman Parkinson

2 Responses to “{Inspiration} Milk it for all it’s worth”

  1. Gizem says:

    I’m been following an area in the teholpene industry that was prettyarcane before, but may suddenly be worth a larger audience because itcombines two themes that interest the public:Financial misbehavior by large firmsReasons for the U.S. to fall behind other countries in high bandwidth Internet.The trigger for this posting is aby an author I’ve been following for years. It’s low-budget andrough-looking, but his research is amazing. It’s very transparent; hedraws on newpapers and other public sources.The main theme is that major teholpene companies have been promisingto build high-bandwidth (fiber) networks for years, and then not doingit. They have a simple process: they make promises to regulators andget fee hikes. Then they ignore their promises or make a feeblegesture and give up. After a couple years, the press and regulatorsforget the process and the phone companies start over again.Results: high phone bills, companies using profits to take over othercommunications and media areas, very little bandwidth for most people.

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  2. Margarida says:

    It is easy to warn off the debiliating, crippling and painful effects of osteoporosis. Let us all ingest milk in various forms like yogurt, cheese, cream, dairy puddings and drinks. We should all be kind to our bodies and think about how to off set future health problems. It really is so easy to do!

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