I Love Answering Questions I love to answer questions. My brother Scott says it is because as the oldest brother, I like to be a know-it-all. I certainly cannot agree with that, but I do love being able to share knowledge and information with others, so maybe there is some truth in what he said. […]Read More
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The Intense Pain of a Copperhead Bite The pain was becoming loud, and it was filling up the room and bouncing off the walls. I began writhing on the living room rug. I sprawled this way and that, pinned down invisibly by my snake bitten left foot. I was groaning and for a brief moment […]Read More
The Time Has Come The jury is in… and the age of antibiotic resistance is officially upon us. No one can know exactly how things will develop in the days and months ahead… How long will it take for the problem to hit home? And how long it will take for medical systems around the […]Read More
Life without Antibiotics Are you afraid to take antibiotics? Have you ever thought about treating infections without antibiotics? I sure think twice before accepting a prescription from my doctor. Lately, I’ve been reading a lot about the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria… “superbugs”… … It’s truly terrifying. Why haven’t we heard more about this? The End […]Read More
Beautiful, Edible, Medicinal Ginger I’ve already shown you how to grow grocery store potatoes… today I’ll show you how to grow grocery store ginger! A perfect piece of ginger for planting. When I was a kid, we were friends with a Chinese-Malaysian architect. He was the first person I’d ever seen growing ginger. Before I […]Read More
What I Learned About Eye Floaters I am a retired Certified Ophthalmic Medical Technologist, so let me begin by giving you my “professional” opinion. Floaters were a common complaint I heard about, and this is what I used to tell patients. Some of it is actually good advice! The eye has two compartments filled with […]Read More
Herbs Can Have a Powerful Presence A friend of mine, Maria, now has a huge bountiful garden. But in the beginning she got started by simply growing a few herbs on a window still. Just a few simple herbs made a huge difference. Maria called me one day ecstatic about her success. “Marjory,” she exclaimed, […]Read More