Love Your Fear, by Joel Schueler: #BookReview.

I came across Joel Schueler via a post on LinkedIn. From that, I went to look at his work on Amazon and discovered ‘Love Your Fear’. As usual, I used their useful ‘Look Inside’ feature to gain an insight into the style and content. I suffered ME/CFS for ten years and, although now rid of …

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Your Thyroid, by Dr Barry Durrant-Peatfield: #BookReview.

264 pages Family and Lifestyle Endocrinology/Popular Medicine ‘Your Thyroid’, subtitled ‘and how to keep it healthy’, is the second edition of ‘The Great Thyroid Scandal and How to Survive it.' I expect readers may be curious about why I read and reviewed this book. It’s a short story, but you can skip it if you …

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A Life-Changing Decision?

The wonderful world we inhabit. Photo courtesy NASA. I’ve slept poorly recently. This time I made a decision during the wakeful period. What kept me awake? Put bluntly; the dreadful state of the world today. Putting the most urgent issue of the environment emergency aside for the moment, in UK we’re now led by a …

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A Touch of Self-Indulgence.

  This is a short post to let all visitors to the site know I’ll be offline for an unspecified period from now. It shouldn’t be too long, but I’m having minor surgery tomorrow and I’m unsure when I’ll be able to be back at the keyboard. I’m told I’ll need to take it easy …

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Non-Invasive Health Benefits: Hema-Ties Reviewed.

Do you suffer headaches, migraines? Feeling stressed, anxious, or just worn down by modern life? I don’t know about you, but I prefer not to take medication for such situations. I seek something less invasive to put me back in a relaxed and creative state. For the past few weeks, I’ve been wearing a device …

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I’d Like to Know: Why? #2 Dying

This is the second in an occasional series of posts asking sometimes awkward questions. Some topics are trivial, some serious, and others vital. I’d love for you to join in any ensuing debate using the comments at the foot of the post. Enjoy! Why Do They Keep Terminal Sufferers Alive? I’ve been involved with the …

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A Walk in the Autumn Forest

Let’s face it, the past few days, weeks and months have been pretty traumatic. In UK, the unresolved Brexit situation lingers. Devastating earthquakes, typhoons and hurricanes, have caused destruction worldwide. And a new President Elect threatens changes of real consequence to more than just the USA. So it’s been a pretty torrid time. Hope’s depressed, …

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The 8-week Blood Sugar Diet, by Dr Michael Mosley, Reviewed

I read this book way back in February 2016, so why am I reviewing it in November? Well, seems to me the best evidence of a diet book’s validity is a personal test. And I can say that this one definitely worked for me! The book is aimed at individuals in danger of becoming type …

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