J. A. Young is a free-lance writer with a Master's Degree in English and professional background working in both general and specialized research libraries--10+ years directing small public and academic library facilities. Her work published in the 2008 Winter/Spring edition of Spoon River Quarterly Review has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
She covers topics that include information technology, online marketing, business, travel, gardening, etc...Her advanced research background and extensive writing experience allow her to command nearly any topic with professional competence and her flexible approach to project-based writing.
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Historically in the American Southeast, a serious cough would be battled by taking a hot bath filled with onions. In Eastern Europe, Hungarian peasants would alleviate arthritis pain with a poultice of cabbage. These folk rememdies may seem strange, but people have sworn by them for centuries and, in many parts of the world, they continue to be used to treat a wide variety of health complaints.Words: 880 Downloads: 0 Category: Alternative Medicine By: J. A. Young
Enhance a child´s love of reading by collecting specialty books. Collections of pop-up books, mechanical books, or even thematic books, for example, can lead to a greater interest in literature. Such collections are rewarding to piece together and ultimately beneficial for reading development.Words: 720 Downloads: 0 Category: Books & Reading By: J. A. Young
Although fine dining is a popular pastime among foodies, today´s diners might be missing out on a unique dish that was popular around the turn of the last century. Carpetbag steak, a dish that combines steak and oysters, is one of yesteryear´s signature dishes that should be tried today.Words: 274 Downloads: 0 Category: Food & Dining By: J. A. Young
Even the simplest plants can be complicated when it comes to their relationship with humans. There is an array of plants that have been shown to help people, but also harm them. This article describes various plants that contain this interesting dual nature.Words: 632 Downloads: 0 Category: Alternative Medicine By: J. A. Young
It takes more than plants to make your garden truly green. Repurposing used or discarded items outdoors is an easy and cost-saving way to model green habits in your neighborhood. The following ideas can help make recycling work in your garden and landscape.Words: 745 Downloads: 0 Category: Gardening By: J. A. Young
Foods that are rich in tryptophan can help some depression. Tryptophan, a powerful amino acid, is converted to serotonin in the body. When serotonin levels are boosted, depression can be alleviated.Words: 410 Downloads: 0 Category: Medical By: J. A. Young
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