Why Do People Hesitate?

In this pandemic world, we see headlines about new surges and chaos because people hesitate to get vaccinated. Yes, every unvaccinated person is at higher risk of contracting the virus than the vaccinated. Why do people hesitate? I put ’causes … Continue reading

Mandatory Vaccinations to Go to College or Work – Illegal?

The military would love to have every member inoculated against the pandemic virus. However, it cannot make it mandatory because the FDA does not approve the vaccines. They are distributed to the public under an Emergency Use Authorization. Why do … Continue reading

Hormone Balance is Critical for Healthy Longevity

Balance in our bodies can create a long and healthy life. However, imbalances or deficiencies can wreak havoc on health and wellness. Over time, hormone balance begins to shift with age. Human growth hormone (HGH) is the controller of your … Continue reading

What is Your Health Awareness Level?

Most of us are not aware of the health claims being true or false. Have you ever researched a topic and found contradictory information? I research a lot of topics. I look for contradictory information. Coconut oil is an example. … Continue reading

Who are the Most Susceptible to Catching the Coronavirus?

Catching the coronavirus might seem inevitable since it can be passed through the air from a person with no symptoms. It is possible to catch this disease just from being within a couple of feet of an infected person. Who … Continue reading

Nailing Your Future

For want of a nail the shoe was lost.  For want of a shoe the horse was lost.  For want of a horse the rider was lost.  For want of a rider the battle was lost.  For want of a battle … Continue reading

Are You Immune From Improving Your Life?

In the book, Alice in Wonderland, Alice is told that if you don’t know where you are going, any road will do.  That seems to be the norm for most of us.  We don’t have goals, therefore, any road will … Continue reading

What is Constraining Your Health?

    Yesterday, I attended a seminar that included the topic of Theory of Constraints. I read Dr. Eliyahu Goldratt’s book, Theory of Constraints in the mid-80’s. It still is a good read. What impressed me most at this seminar … Continue reading

Continuing Education Should Apply to Everyone

Continuing education is typically provided to adults after they have left their formal education system (high school, college, etc.). Most of the time it is a short course (couple of days or more); or, something that occurs with conferences or … Continue reading

And, Before You Know It

Before you know it 2017 will be upon us. I’ve noticed as I get older, time seems to fly by much faster than it did many years ago. I’ve heard similar statements from others getting on in their years. When … Continue reading