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Be Careful What You Choose

Be Careful What You Choose What is the one factor scientists agree on as a good predictor of being healthy? Maybe genetic predisposition? No. Eating a healthy diet perhaps? No. Living in a country with a socialized medical system? No. The answer appears to be if you want to be healthy, try your hardest not to be poor. Make every effort not to be born poor and most important, try not to spend your fetal life in a womb of a poor stressed out woman. There is a health related socioeconomic... Read More
Posted by Amanda Sanders at Tuesday, August 26, 2014
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Some Of Us Never Had It

Some Of Us Never Had It I find it interesting that a child can be well fed, have excellent shelter from the elements, and be reared with absolute detail, yet still not thrive. An intangible factor seems to be absent in these cases. Apparently, Man is not a machine. If he or she were, then food, shelter, and health maintenance would be all that is necessary for him or her to mature healthily. Some factor, or some virtue, that represents human kindness, compassion, and affection is needed for... Read More
Posted by Amanda Sanders at Tuesday, August 19, 2014
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Who's Responsible

Who's responsible? A woman came into my office lamenting about her life choices, stating that she did not love herself enough to make healthy decisions about her professional career, personal relationships, or parenting style. Additionally, she felt responsible for initiating her breast cancer because her life was filled with psychosocial stress that had most likely suppressed her immune system, which in turn allowed her body to ignore her breast cancer cells and consequently they thrived.... Read More
Posted by Amanda Sanders at Tuesday, August 12, 2014
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