Everyone has some health issue, even those that currently don’t. They either did, or will. It’s just part of life. It can be as simple as needing corrective vision, or as complex as radiation and chemotherapy.
What is your health challenge? And how do you cope and manage your challenge(s)?
My wife and I have a particular interest in Crohn’s Disease, and this article shares recent developments in the search for a Crohn’s Disease cure.
If you exercise, you are eventually going to hurt yourself. Minor or major, it’s bound to happen. Minor stuff almost isn’t worth talking about. But the serious stuff, the stuff that could make you give up….
When you have a comprehensive approach to serious injury recovery, and there’s nothing more the Doctor can do, then your job is to do all you can, for as long as it takes.
Over time, you can experiment with reducing or eliminating certain treatments or remedies. One step at a time, you ween your body back to your natural state before your injury.
And you should say this until you’re blue in the face, “Stay healthy, have fun!”
Men and women, old and young, we all need to worry about cholesterol at some point.
It’s simply a fact of life.
After reading this article, I’m more informed that diet alone doesn’t lower cholesterol because some people will absorb 20% of the cholesterol they ingest and others, eating the same diet, will absorb 80%.
In cases like these, medicine may be a logical choice.
What still remains unanswered for me is how do you know which you are, the 20% or 80% type?