For the first 41 years of my life I never really paid much attention to the sinuses or what they actually were. I just knew they were somehow connected to the nasal region. That was, until the day that my […]
The very first day Hubby owned a brand new Yamaha 1100cc V-Star motorcycle, he practiced a life-saving technique that every motorcycle owner hopes never to have to utilize – dropping the bike sideways to avoid colliding with a careless driver […]
… makes for a cute breakfast cereal jingle, but those are not welcome sounds relative to aging bones! Osteoporosis, a severe loss of bone density, has plagued senior populations since the beginning of time, especially menopausal women. Before diagnostic testing […]
Sleep. That beautiful state of unconsciousness we often don’t fully appreciate until those babies arrive, altering all thoughts of a whole uninterrupted night’s slumber ever again. Happily, that particular interrupted sleep situation does improve, but imagine one that does not!
My beloved grandmother died of pancreatic cancer in 1991. She thought she had the flu in late March. She couldn’t eat without vomiting but wasn’t overly alarmed about not improving quickly because it was flu season, and she was elderly. […]
Of the many varieties of cancer, lung cancer affects my universe more than all others combined. Seven people I’ve known personally received the deadly diagnosis, and cigarettes instigated most cases. Two primary causes of lung cancer are cigarette smoking and […]