Archive for: April, 2012

VIDEO: Charles Hugh Smith on Macro Analytics

Gordon T. Long and Charles Hugh Smith discuss Generational Cycles in Economics and Financial Markets.

 
 

Baby Boomers: Why Do Patients Travel Abroad For Medical Care?

Baby Boomers: Why Do Patients Travel Abroad For Medical Care?

  What is Medical Tourism? More and more people are seeking healthcare in foreign countries to obtain a higher quality of care, cutting edge technologies, an absence of overly burdensome governmental regulations and dramatically reduced costs, sometimes as low as ten to twelve percent of inferior care in the United […]

 
 

Baby Boomers: Strategic Default vs. Mortgage Morality

Baby Boomers: Strategic Default vs. Mortgage Morality

Are your real estate holdings underwater? Do you owe more on your mortgage than your property is worth? Struggling homeowner’s are under tremendous financial and emotional pressure due to the crash in the economy and real estate market.

 
 

Study Suggests Oregano Oil for Weight Loss and Inflammation

Study Suggests Oregano Oil for Weight Loss and Inflammation

Keeping our weight in check, especially as we age, is crucial to longevity and inflammation has been found to cause many common ailments that increase risks for more serious diseases. Research shows that homeopathy is the second most widely used system of medicine in the world. Its growth in popularity in the United States has been around 25 to 50 percent per year throughout the last decade. In many cases natural remedies work better than prescription drugs and with fewer or no negative side effects. The following article discusses on such remedy.

 
 

Baby Boomers – Start Your Engines!

Baby Boomers – Start  Your Engines!

The future of online business is unlimited in its potential and what it can do for Baby Boomers as we face an uncertain economic future. Among the basics for success is driving traffic to your online enterprise.

 
 

Baby Boomer Health: Poor Research or Media Lies?

Baby Boomer Health: Poor Research or Media Lies?

Conflicting health information is a real problem for everyone and with baby boomers making up 25% of the population, there’s reason to be concerned. We don’t know why, but poor health information surrounds us everywhere. It’s downright lies, some of it. And the general public has no way of knowing if what they hear, read or see is authentic or merely bogus.