Watching the news makes me feel like the internet trolls have somehow found a way to take over the world. Now they're on our TV! And of course no one personifies this behavior more than a certain you-know-who.......... So here's a quick and easy recommendation for him (or anyone else) that needs to take things down a notch.
Something new.......and slightly off-topic, I've given up some of the accoutrements of daily life so I could start roughin' it. It's mostly good, but not something I'd do all the time. What's it like living in a log cabin? Details inside.
Mood disorders are fairly common these days, but they're often symptoms of other issues. Having a bad diet, underactive thyroid, or an autoimmune illness can masquerade as a mental health issue if they go unchecked. Here are four tests to take if you're struggling with the blues and want to pinpoint its root cause.
The world is standardizing itself on a pretty large scale. McLife definitely travels in the fast lane and its rapid approach towards WARP SPEED leaves me frequently wondering if I'll ever have a chance to go back. So while most of the world is piling itself into a gigantic immersion blender, what can we learn from the pockets of humanity that have eluded integration? The results might surprise you.
The arc of our daily lives has evolved to systematically remove pathogens of all sorts from our environment. It's resulted in the removal of many diseases that have been a blight on humanity. But their removal has created one gigantic curiosity. Autoimmune disorders started popping up right around the same time. Is that an accident?
Much like cholesterol, cancer is a commonly confused term. The big misunderstanding is that it's not a monolithic disease like polio, or hepatitis that has a well defined cause. Cancer's like a grab bag of 10,000 different abnormalities that result in irregular cell growth. But they do all have one thing in common.