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Vol. 3, No. 11 | November 2011

 

 

 

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A History of Thanksgiving
How Early Setllers, Explorers Celebrated

US MED Gives BackAt the University of Florida, historians argue that the earliest attested thanksgiving celebration, in what became the U.S., was celebrated by the Spanish on Sept. 8, 1565 in what is now St. Augustine, Fla.

Some historians say the first celebration in the U.S. was in Virginia. Thanksgiving services were held there as early as 1607.

A day of thanksgiving was codified in the founding charter of Berkeley Hundred Plantation in Charles City County, Virginia in 1619. Others say the first Thanksgiving was on Berkeley Plantation on the James River in 1609.

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The Power of Color
The Way Color Influences People

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It has been explained through science. It has also become very popular in pop-culture, through feng-shui. Here’s a little information on how color affects our moods and how it can affect how we interact with each other.

 

The Pantone Color Institute researches how color influences thought, emotions and physical reactions. Some of their recent recommendations for interior decoration are:

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Real Friendships Need Face Time
Or At Least Voice to Voice Contact

 

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By the time you communicate with your 50 to 100 friends on social Web sites, there seems to be little opportunity to visit or telephone anyone else.

In the United States and across the world, actual friends are being replaced by acquaintances. Electronic contacts are replacing the joy and satisfaction of human contact..

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Small Electronics on Vehicles
A New Way of Life

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More automobile manufacturers are equipping new autos so they match up with applications on today's smart phones. Motorists can be just a jingle away from automatically starting their car to checking its fluid levels. .

 

The 2011 Volt, the all-electric buggy from General Motors,is equipped with its own application. It enables the driver, or passenger for that matter, to get directions, order stuff online, check in with friends on Facebook, identify songs being played on the radio, and look for nearby lodging and restaurants.

 

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Recipe:Marble Brownies
Low Caloric & Diabetic Friendly Recipe


US MED Gives BackBeing healthy doesnt have to be boring. You can endulge a little if you want to, just dont over do it. These Marble Brownies are a great alternative to eating higher caloric and carbohydrate rich food.

Total Servings: 20
Serving size: 1/20 recipe
Exchanges: 1/2 fat
1 carbohydrate
Calories: 91
Total Fat: 4 g
Cholesterol: 5 mg
Sodium: 148 mg
Carbohydrate: 12 g
Protein: 3 g

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This recipe is an excerpt from Graham Kerr's "Simply Splenda® Cookbook". US MED delivers you your diabetic supplies andwith each diabetic delivery you receive afree gift. For your first order we would like to send you a diabetic cookbook full of easy, tasty and diabetic-friendly recipes. Be sure to mention that you would like your first gift to be the diabetic cookbook and we will put it out in the mail to you immediately..

 

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An additional gift to help you lead a healthier life while still eating the foods you love!

United States Medical Supply, Inc.We all love to eat! But when you are managing your blood glucose, sometimes choosing the right foods can be very difficult. We have found a cookbook that will help you make the decisions that will keep your blood glucose in check and provide you with options that we know you'll love.

As always, be sure to check with your dietician, nutritionist or primary care physician before going on any specific diet plan.

 

 

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