Illness Blog Posts

Heat-Related Illnesses - And How to Avoid Them

We all love to spend time outdoors on a beautifully sunny day - in fact it can be good for you to spend limited time in the sun due to the good source of Vitamin D that is found in sunlight. But when we overdo it, complications can arise that can not...

Glutathione (GSH) – Indispensable to a healthy pregnancy

“Oxidative stress and free radical formation can cause birth defects, abortion and miscarriages in pregnancy. There is overwhelming evidence to show that supplementation with glutathione precursors and antioxidants protects the fetus and mother fro...
by salomeoro.wordpress.com on Oct 13, 2014

So That Happened...Again...

Yeah.One of our first tests and we failed to answer all of the questions. This isn't the first time, sadly.It happened last Fall semester too, much to our chagrin.Last semester is was an entire backside of the question "booklet" (which resulted in a...
by Just Call Me Frank on Oct 8, 2014

How's Your Mental Health This Week?

It's Mental Health Week here in Australia, and I'm very pleased to see many organisations and individuals talking about the topic of mental health in order to provide hope for healing and reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness in our community.
by The Confident Man Project on Oct 7, 2014

Christian Religion and Mental Illness Rarely Addressed by Churches.

Protestant clergy rarely preach about mental illness to their congregations and only one-quarter of congregations have a plan in place to assist families of the mentally ill, a new LifeWay Research survey found. The findings, in a nation where one in...
by ARC Missions Network on Oct 5, 2014

Glutathione: The Mother of All Antioxidants

It’s the most important molecule you need to stay healthy and prevent disease — yet you’ve probably never heard of it. It’s the secret to prevent aging, cancer, heart disease, dementia and more, and necessary to treat everythi...
by salomeoro.wordpress.com on Sep 26, 2014

Mesothelioma awareness day

What? You have no idea what that means? Don’t worry I didn’t until recently, but keep reading and you’ll learn. This year is the 10th annual awareness day. In short it is a type of cancer usually effecting the lungs and it’s c...
by Julie's Notebook on Sep 22, 2014

5 Ways to Keep Your Kids From Getting Sick

Teachers are finding it more of a challenge than ever to keep their classrooms healthy and clean for students, according to a recent survey of teachers.The survey found that 90 percent of teachers think it is "common for students to come to school si...
by Parenting Classes For Free on Sep 4, 2014

In-House Treatment 3102

Rory finally emerged in the evening when he appeared on our porch. I let him in and we walked to the living room where Blake was sitting on the couch. He took a seat and gave us a smile. “Well, I guess you heard that I was fired again from the...
by Scragg Man on Sep 2, 2014

Parvo in Puppies

Parvovirus is an acute and highly contagious disease that is most commonly seen in puppies between 6 and 20 weeks. The virus attacks white blood cells, intestinal tract, heart muscles and any rapidly reproducing cell. The virus will attack the vital...
by Good Pit Bulls on Aug 30, 2014

Depression Campaign against Living Miserably - Bubblews

Depression Campaign against Living Miserably - BubblewsJust why even in today’s so-called opened minded society, depression or for that matter any form of mental illness has such a horrid stigma attached to it, is for this author (a person who has...
by Stevetheblogger blogspot on Aug 26, 2014

What To Do When You’re Sick in the Summer

So it’s the dead of summer, the sun is shining like a tripped-out mega lamp, ladies are dressed like they may as well be naked, all that glorious facial hair is backfiring on you, and you’ve just fallen ill of a cold or something (no matter how l...
by Tukang Bangun Rumah on Aug 18, 2014

Let's Talk About Suicide, Baby

This was going to be an issue that we let slide into the pile with so many other things we would have liked to write about this summer (there's been so much), but sometimes there are some people who write some things that crawl into this brain and gn...
by Just Call Me Frank on Aug 15, 2014

Robin Williams…and us.

I often don’t comment on current happenings, but the news that Robin Williams died, apparently by suicide, brought some practical …Continue reading →...
by Enough Light on Aug 12, 2014

Being Robin Williams [BFMH2014]

Reading hearing about the suicide of Robin Williams, I asked myself why? How did he get to the edge of despair? And so late in life? From the first moment I seen him on Happy Days, I fantasized about being … Continue reading → The above p...
by You Won't Tame this Sassy Cat on Aug 12, 2014

TAKING A LOOK WITH KINDNESS TO AUTISM

As I open my face book, my attention was struck by CBS News caption about this young lady name Jennifer Msumba, spectrum autism patient, where she received painful electric shocks aimed at modifying her behavior. Patients are being strapped sprea...
by Cycle on Aug 7, 2014

MEDIA'S DEPICTING CRIMES - WORST CANCER OF MIND

Modern phase of times quickly brought many changes in life too. From home appliances, communications, medical equipment, offices equipment or transportation and many more. Along these changes and modernization, peoples mind moves along easily thes...
by Cycle on Aug 3, 2014

Media's Depicting Crimes - Worst Cancer Of Mind

Modern phase of times quickly brought many changes in life too. From home appliances, communications, medical equipment, offices equipment or transportation and many more. Along these changes and modernization, peoples mind moves along easily thes...
by Cycle on Aug 3, 2014

What is Labyrinthitis?

Imagine you've got room spin after a few too many sherbets, and you're on a waltzer, a rollercoaster and an airport travelator all at the same time.  Oh, and you're wearing ear muffs.  That's what Labyrinthitis is like for me.A little under...
by Attachment Mummy on Jul 11, 2014

Protect Yourself from Heat Illness

Respected All, Working outdoors this summer? It’s all about water, rest, shade and knowing about the heat related problems and how to protect yourself. Every year, thousands of workers become sick from exposure to heat, and some even die. Heat R...
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