I went with my husband to the Doctor's today, Mantle Cell Lymphona Stage IV agressive cancer. Remission they said, last time they said cured. We spoke about the power of the positive thought. Most people that get to where my hubby The Sting is, well they have had a fight on their hands and now the fight is over.
I was just listening to the talk the doctor was going on about. Have a blood test, check here and there and think it won't happen again.
With that thought, he started. Once remission has set in with the stem cell transplant the next six months you should... Read More
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration expert panel recommended approval of a new diet prescription pill Qsymia designed to be used by "truly obese" people. It's been over 10 years since a weight loss drug has been approved by the FDA. An FDA advisory panel of experts voted 20 to 2 to approve the drug. Almost a third of all adults and 17% of children in the US are obese.
This is the second weight loss pill approved by the FDA in the last 30 days. Overweight people will soon be able to select between Qsymia and Belviq, a diet drug manfucatured by Arena Pharmaceuticals Inc. (ARNA) (ARNA)... Read More
“Let concealment, like a worm in the bud, feed on her damask cheek”, so says Viola in Shakespeare’s play Twelfth Night. That’s all very well, but what about a worm in the eye? You think I’m joking, you think that this is the beginning of some kind of horror fiction? Well, I can assure you, I’m not and this is no fiction. Don’t take my word for it. Just ask 75-year-old P K Krishnamurthy, an Indian man who had a five-inch live worm removed from his eye last week.
This particular medical horror story comes from Mumbai in India. Two weeks ago Mr Krishnamurthy started to feel discomfort... Read More
Today, I was sent out on a report. A drug sighting. The police were given the information however the person was giving over the details so it was on the drug hunt we went.
I was meeting someone at the carpark, at the start of the drug run. It wasn't until we had travelled a couple of blocks around in cycles. So that they hadn't seen us that I noticed that the information was correct. I had hit the jackpot. Yet it had just been an hour and traffic was busy.
Switch the phone on and away they went. When you think this is happening all over the world it is frightening. That... Read More
With the techniques Mindfulness and Manifesting we are tuning our body. You are putting your body first maybe for the first time in a long time. I found for myself Mindfulness was putting a positive spin on my life. I was extremely sick at the time, I would lay in bed and think of yellow. I would wash my body pushing all the toxins out of my body every time I shut my eyes. I was having medicine however the sickness was winning. I had to put my positive mind into helping the medicine worked.
I didn't know it was a mindfulness technique at the time. I looked at all the colours within... Read More
As the weather heats up, everyone is daydreaming about summer fun. Children are counting down the days until summer. Adults are planning trips to the pool, beach and campsites. All of these activities can be a recipe for fun. They can also be a recipe for disaster.
There are as many potential hazards as there are opportunities to create happy memories. But most of the unpleasantness can be avoided. Sunburns, dehydration/heat stroke and water-related accidents do not have to mar your summer. Here are a few tips that can keep the summer from being a bummer or worse, a tragedy.
Sunburns... Read More
Ask any American woman what the number one disease killer among women today, more then likely their response would be “breast cancer”. After all it’s what we’ve heard over and over for at least a couple of decades. Most women go as far as giving you statistics as it been said that 2 out of 8 women today will develop breast cancer at some point of their lives. Facts are that breast cancer takes 40,000 women to their death yearly. We fear this disease the most mainly because of the publicity campaigns as millions of dollars have been spent to focus our attention on this deadly disease.... Read More
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therin lies the problem...cost few can afford.
bit of a stretch bud? :>)
thanks Barb, we are a strange race indeed. Without exception my friend everything food wise on this planet seems linked of late; smacks of money grasp. For instance a guy and his missus found some damn cacti out the bush that does every damn thing but...