The Moment in Question People talk about why February, though the shortest month, seems to last longer. I’d say it’s because of all the disruption that happens this time of year. Think about what February brings: some of the most extreme weather, an onslaught of illnesses, and this little holiday thrown in there where professing…
Fighting through some sort of bug allowed for some simple pleasures at home.
With Time, We All Heal I was exactly one day away from returning home from a work trip to Las Vegas when I was struck, and I do mean struck, by influenza. (And for those of you asking yourself right now if I was vaccinated, yes, I was.) The flu is no joke. If you…
Women don’t have time to be sick.
If you have a disability or chronic illness, how important are boundaries?
“At this age, my body is a stranger that I keep meeting over and over again.”
Are you sick of everyone? As the population grows, so do the stressors on the earth and one another.
If you become ill or suffer from any kind of ailment, you need to be able to have access to the full range of treatment options, but without the massive costs often associated with them. Let’s talk about some of the most common afflictions that affect men and how the best health insurance around can help you overcome these obstacles.
Loving someone with all your heart only makes the world a better place and creates possibility.
Jed Diamond shares his experience with mental illness, and how to heal with it.
Dads Throughout History Series – Part 3 Author, Chef, Television Personality, Dad It’s true, you never know what people are going through. Someone could be the picture of health and wealth on the outside, yet they may be tortured by demons on the inside. Perhaps this was the case with Anthony Bourdain, celebrity chef, crime…
“a whole dumb ecosystem /flowering between us”
“I’m inspired to take heaven hostage, to /line up the saints in 21 rows and force them /with love to feed you forever”
A happy marriage is a protective factors against illness. How cool is that?
This is why I run: for Marcus
Liz Ahl gives a succinct portrait of aging and knee problems.