Archive for the Controversial Issues Category

Trusting myself again

Nov 22nd, 2014 Posted in Controversial Issues | no comment »

Trusting others is difficult enough, especially when you do not trust your own decisions

If you are old enough to remember The Game of Life, you know that with each step things can change

If you are old enough to remember The Game of Life, you know that with each step things can change

You may have a long list of times in life when you made the wrong choice to look upon and wonder how you can change to make that percentage of lucky happenings to increase.
And there is a certain amount of luck in any given situation, even though some people will tell you that you make your own luck!

What is the verdict on Soy in your diet?

Apr 24th, 2014 Posted in Controversial Issues | no comment »

There is much controversy on soy products. The following is some of the research from some experts on the risk factors. And remember that moderation is always a good key to a healthy diet.

Back to basics- peas carrots and parsnips.

Back to basics- peas, carrots and parsnips.

 

There is a lot of research on soy and breast cancer risk but most of the studies have come from laboratory animals. According to an article on soy and breast cancer risk from the American Cancer Society, the experts feel that we may be putting a stop to consuming soy too soon.

Like the branch of a tree, bending and swaying

Jan 27th, 2013 Posted in A Spiritual Path, Accepting Change, Body-Mind Medicine, Controversial Issues | no comment »
When you gaze at the beauty before you, begin to see how each moment is as it should be.

When you gaze at the beauty before you, begin to see how each moment is as it should be.

 

 

 

The Flexible Person Knows Themselves and is able to bend as needed

Most of us feel that we are flexible, but maybe we are not. We may be flexible physically if we exercise and stretch, but are we flexible in other areas such as our mind and soul?

Dr. Deepak Chopra writes on where we should be in life, and how flexibility can help in every aspect of life.

Healthy News For Heart Attack Repair: Stem Cell Repair

Nov 20th, 2012 Posted in Controversial Issues, Preventing Diseases | no comment »

 

An unhealthy heart can become a healthy one through stem cell repair.

 

Can a heart be repaired after a heart attack?

 

Heart attacks are always a problems.

There is evidence that once you have one, the part of your heart that was affected dies, and cannot be repaired.

A new study looked at patients with damaged hearts from heart attacks and found that stem cells reduced the amount of scarring and helped hearts regrow healthy muscle in the heart.

This discovery challenges the conventional thought~ scar is permanent and, once lost, heart muscle cannot be repaired.

How Far can it Go? Who should pay for what?

Oct 24th, 2012 Posted in Controversial Issues, Preventing Diseases | no comment »

 

 

When you see your reflection, how do you feel? Do you feel good about the way you look? Trying to lose weight can be a long road where you need some help along the way.

Can employers discriminate against smokers?

Today, employers are beginning to make decisions about who they hire based upon such things  as who smokes. What is next? How fat you are,  how old are you, or how sick you are is also a possibility.

Can they really do this, or is it discrimination? We already have enough stigma out there, is there a new layer?