The longer I live, the more I realize that, in an ordered universe, there are no "chance encounters." Door open to us all the time and we have the choice whether or not to walk through them.
This year, I was amused to see a few gifts being sold online that indicate just how “mainstream” the chiropractic profession has become. Can you imagine some of these items being manufactured and marketed even a decade ago? All of them were offered through CafePress.
Andrew Wyns (Executive Director of Bridges of Greater New York, a transitional housing program for men struggling with addiction and being released from prison) talks about how the sport of rugby helped him become a better father, and a better person.
In their study, Richard J. Johnson, MD and Takahiko Nakagawa, MD (Division of Renal Diseases and Hypertension, University of Colorado) provide a concise overview of recent clinical and experimental studies to understand how excessive amounts of fructose, present in added sugars, may play a role in high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, and chronic kidney disease (CKD).
I worked hard earning my black belt in karate when I was younger. It was tough, physically and mentally. But when I learned about a young guy named Kyle Maynard, I realized how "easy" I'd had it.