Another near-perfect hike… 13 miles of beauty!
September 29, 2014
September 25, 2014
Today’s Post makes a lot of sense on many levels. Contemplate the implications.
September 24, 2014
September 19, 2014
September 17, 2014
September 16, 2014
She lays there still as can be until I am done (rare for a kid under 4). This time she raised her head only because she realized that I was taking a picture of her:-)
I have mentioned vaccine concerns here before…
September 14, 2014
Soth Godin always says alot with few words. Here, I think there are several layers to his trickiness. It’s well done.
September 12, 2014
Here are some details about soy in the diet that you may not have worked out. It’s a straightforward article with clear details as to pros and cons.
September 11, 2014
And people’s biggest concern about going to a chiropractor is that they might have to keep going… (like that’s a bad thing!… if it were true)
September 10, 2014
Here is an article about the new virus that’s sweeping the country, now identified as (probably) enterovirus 68.
The critical care Pediatric physician that they interviewed for the article recommended that people have a game plan. The recommended moves were to wash hands, stay away from sick people, and cover mouth and nose when sneezing or coughing.
Children are the target – for the virus and now for the medical establishment. There’s a good chance that a big push for vaccination will come soon.
Here is an alternative suggestion: Get healthy!
Improve their diet with more fruits and vegetables, even if you have to disguise them as candy. Yesterday’s news on the radio was that 9 out of 10 kids are getting too much salt in their school lunches.
Feed the kids better water. Last weeks news was that water bottles are contaminated with bacteria and nastiness that no one benefits from. A side benefit of the Kangen Water machines is that they produce highly acidic water that will sterilize a water bottle in less than 30 seconds, killing every bug known to man (except one, that takes just a little longer).
If your child needs First Aid, get First Aid, but let’s not keep pretending that that is health care. Unless you think that washing hands, avoiding the (obviously) sick, and covering your mouth is really a serious action plan.