When the smoke cleared and the fighting was over, World War I was the deadliest war in human history, with a staggering ten million military personnel and seven million civilians dead. Two decades later, World War II would top this figure, with between seventy and eighty five million people killed.… Continue Reading What Happened To The Millions of Bodies After Huge World War Battles?

3 ((CANDICE)) INJURY IS OFTEN A CONSEQUENCE SUFFERED BY MEN AND WOMEN SERVING IN THE MILITARY. THE PHYSICAL PAIN THAT INJURY CAUSES CAN LINGER BEYOND THEIR SERVICE AND INTO THEIR CIVILIAN LIFE. FINDING A SAFE WAY TO MANAGE THAT PAIN IS CRITICAL. EYEWITNESS NEWS HEALTHBEAT REPORTER MARK HILLER IS HERE… Continue Reading Healthbeat- Battle Field Acupuncture