Health and Wellness
We can—and should—talk about appropriate security precautions. But this addresses only one piece of the problem. If we could make our schools perfectly secure, a troubled student intent on homicide would then take his weapon to the theater, the mall or the public park. We need to figure out how to prevent these kinds of attacks from happening at all, without turning ourselves into a police state.
“I was mad at the world, and maybe part of me was afraid of the fact that I would be considered a handicapped person,”
“Seniors of all ages need to continually work on improving their balance, coordination, strength, vision and cognitive skills. When they do, they’re less likely to fall – and more able to enjoy life.”
“Don’t look at the things that happened to you as baggage,” she says. “Instead, look at the admirable qualities they helped shape and focus on building those.”
“I’ve had many tests and tried many treatments for my problems. If they were hormone-related, wouldn’t have that been discovered before now?”
Every year, 500 Montanans are diagnosed with colorectal cancer, and of those about 90 percent are over 50 years old.
Have you ever noticed that people tend to expect things to go badly?
An easy way to think of optimal well-being might be to envision a three-legged stool, says Reed.
“On the spectrum of faiths, I put the Watchtower Society – Jehovah’s Witnesses – closer to the (Charles) Manson Family cult than I do, say, the Lutheran Church,”
“Just Google and you’ll find all kinds of news stories about men who willingly give up their cash, their luxury cars, even an ex-wife’s diamond ring,”
“Being in the clutches of the green-eyed monster can really sabotage your overall happiness,”
Need more reasons to love bacon?
“Is hormone replacement therapy dangerous?” We hear plenty in the media about how the therapy is linked to breast and prostate cancer, but what is not mentioned is the distinction between synthetic and bioidentical hormones.
The most important of these and the key to happiness, he says, is learning to love himself. It’s a recurring theme in the poetry he’s been writing for decades and...
“Fifteen years ago The Patch was the size Texas, but now it’s the size of the continental United States,”