Mental and Cognitive Health
Well, here we are--the holiday season is upon us. It really came up quickly this year--and there's still so much shopping and baking and preparing to do!
Boys, girls, men and women -- they all have one thing in common: If they're taking any drug at all, it's almost bound to be a daily dose of happy pills.
Bill Clinton had better watch out. He's gone vegan and I think I can already see his brain shrinking.
Politics aside, I'm not even kidding.
If you've been feeling low, it might not just be the colder weather and shorter days making you feel down in the dumps.
What's the difference between Big Pharma and Big Tobacco?
Not much, if you ask me.
They have the same repugnant ethical standards. They both get away with murder. And as of late, they even share the same research lab. I call it the kill-two-humans-with-one-stone strategy. And I wish I were joking.
Lifestyle therapies that include proper nutrition, stress management, regular physical activity and maintaining a healthy body weight are key elements in the prevention and treatment of many chronic diseases. Heart disease, diabetes, cancer, stroke and dementia are all strongly influenced by fine tuning diet with plenty of raw organic foods
I'm a big fan of coffee.
With a hot cup of joe in my hands, I can take on anything the day throws my way. It's definitely up there on my list of "best ways to start the morning."
I know plenty of seniors who would pop pretty much any pill -- risks and costs be damned -- if it meant they'd never have to battle Alzheimer's disease.
Millions of seniors battle the three S's in their later years: the stoop, the shakes, and the shuffle. And most docs will respond with their own S: the shrug as they tell you it's just part of getting older.
When one has cancer, they may have as their greatest desire – to not have cancer, fight the cancer etc. This is interpreted by the unconscious mind as they want to lose the cancer and therefore lose what cancer means. That is, they want to lose the problems caused by cancer and be as they were, before they received the diagnosis.