Category Archives: Health and wellness

January–The Month of Death … February 7, 2016

Bleak, dead, and monotonous are the words I use to describe the scenery in January. A depressing time, it seems, to me when outdoor activities are attenuated unless you are a hardy individual whose metabolism is so high you are … Continue reading

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The Chase … April 27, 2014

Are you planning to die? Has some sort of vigil been established in your waning years wherein you are sitting, looking out the window perhaps, waiting for the grim reaper to appear? Maybe you have already made your final plans, … Continue reading

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The Plastic Facade

Façade: An artificial or deceptive front. Plastic:Marked by artificiality or superficiality; synthetic The Artificial or Synthetic Front. I am very familiar with the plastic front, the plastic smile, I wore it for many years as a worker in the retail … Continue reading

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Danger Lurks in your Cupboard.

Aspartame was ok’d by the FDA in 1981. It was approved amidst a great deal of controversy. After 29 years the controversy still has not gone away. Problems associated with Aspartame (Nutrasweet) have been said to include: Birth Defects, dizziness, … Continue reading

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Cool, calm, and collected

Cool, calm, nonreactive indifference. Each issue met with nonreactive indifference, analysis necessary before a response, even then using nonreactive reasoned indifference. Of what value stress? Stress produces no tangible positive results. Instead the only results are a negative physical affect … Continue reading

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Brain Evolution

  Human brain size has increased remarkably over the millennia. Perhaps it has outgrown itself to the point of being so large that injury is more likely. Although it has been reported that human predecessors had larger brains, their skulls … Continue reading

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