To listen to Eckhart Tolle is to be reminded that anything is possible – for anyone.
I’m not talking about living a life of leisure filled with expensive cars, beach homes, and extravagant vacations, but an experience brimming with the kind of spiritual insights that not only make this life worth living but decidedly more fulfilling.
One of the banes of medicine and pharmaceutical companies is side effects, or what they term ‘counter indications’. All drugs state clearly on their instruction labels, what the counter indications that may be expected when a user takes a particular drug. Additionally, there are restrictions of the use of many drugs depending on the age, weight, pregnancy, prescribed dosage....
This article was published on the Guardian (Nigeria) on April 17, 2013.
A teacher friend of mine told the story of another teacher, new to the school, who was recognized by her colleagues for outstanding student achievement. Going into the semester expectations were generally low for the students she’d been assigned to teach, but by the end of the school term the students showed a significant turnaround.
It’s not like any of us really needs someone to make us aware of stress. It inconveniently appears in our lives, making us abundantly aware of its effects on our daily activities, on our accomplishments, and on our health. No one, it seems, is immune to it.
But, just in case you’ve missed it, April is National Stress Awareness Month.
There'll be a functional cure for AIDs; your brain waves will be able to be manipulated to jog memory or scratch bad recollections; and, bandages will indicate how healing is progressing. These are just three of the many amazing medical breakthroughs that could become reality within the next 10-20 years, according to a recent Brisbane Times reporton groundbreaking Melbourne-based research.
El pasado domingo 7 de abril se celebró el día mundial de la salud, este año con el tema de la hipertensión. Cada año se elige un tema relevante a la salud pública en conmemoración al aniversario de la creación de la OMS (Organización Mundial de la Salud) en el año 1948.
Se considera que la tensión arterial alta o hipertensión es padecida por uno de cada tres adultos en el mundo....
When the subject of placebos enters into the conversation, what’s the perception? That the brain can fool the body? That doctors sometimes use it to convince the patient that a substance or pill will change the existing conditions of the body? Are there ethics guiding the use of placebos?
This article was published on BlogCritics on April 8, 2013.
What if we thought about health only one day of the year? What would we think about, what would we do, and how would it influence our life? How would a day dedicated to health look different than other days? This is a silly notion because health is an important concern for most everyone everyday.
This article was published on Oregon Live on April 3, 2013.