Can the Pandemic Restrictions End by Christmas?

All of us want a return to normal – no face masks, social distancing, and more. Over three million people a day are getting vaccinated – over one hundred million a month. Demand for the coronavirus vaccine will wane within … Continue reading

Ten Early Signs of Parkinson’s disease

Occasionally we may see a person with tremors, twitching, or shaking of the hands or other parts of the body. Some of us immediately jump to the diagnosis of Parkinson’s based on that single symptom. Yet, there may be other … Continue reading

Insider Secrets to Old Age Health

This morning a very close family member passed away. Sudden death is grieved a bit differently compared to a person who has lived a long life and is suffering in pain for a time in the hospital. Most of us … Continue reading

10,000 New COVID-19 Cases in Texas in One Day – Overwhelming or Great News!

A friend of mine posted today on Facebook that there were 10,000 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Texas. She is feeling overwhelmed. I understand her position. I think it is great news with a caveat. The caveat is that … Continue reading

Pandemic Preparation, Prevention, & Panic

South Korea and the United States reported its first case of COVID-19 on the same day. South Korea went into a massive testing program to identify the infected and to segregate and treat them. The United States has no effective … Continue reading

California Doing Something Right About Coronavirus?

The coronavirus numbers can be confusing at times. I review them daily for several countries and states. The latest figures I have today come from https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/. I find it to be a consistent site for coronavirus numbers. California, according to … Continue reading

DO YOU BREATHE RIGHT – OR, LEFT?

There are simple exercises that you can do to optimize your breathing through each of your nostrils. Perform an alternate nostril breathing exercise to reestablish a normal rhythm. Place your finger or thumb over your right nostril and breathe in slowly through … Continue reading

Health Choices

I was standing in line at Whataburger not long ago.  The weather was dismal, cold, dreary, light rain, windy, dark overcast, with barren trees and dead grass as far as the eye could see.  As I moved forward towards the … Continue reading

What Converts Boredom to Action?

The emotional states of the human mind can be viewed as a graph.  Label the left axis Challenges in life and the bottom axis as Skills required in life.  The four corner regions are Anxiety when your challenges are very high and … Continue reading

Fear – Perception or Real?

In Shakespeare’s play, King Lear (4.1.32), The worst is not, so long as we can say, “This is the worst.”  How many times have you heard someone say that it can’t get any worse than this?  I know that I’ve … Continue reading