When I entitled my last post “Now reading,” I meant it especially much. I am still reading it, almost exclusively out of the pile of my current reading. What the Anticancer book giving me is a plan of living, post cancer, so as to minimize the possibility of a relapse. As Gail said in her … Continue reading Still reading!
Via Jeanne Sather, we have… The Assertive Cancer Patient : Sunday: More Cancer Myths. My personal favorite debunking is that of Cancer Myth 1: The risk of dying from cancer in the United States is increasing. Respondents Who Agreed: 68 percent Origin of Myth: Many people believe that their risk for cancer is growing because cancer figures are … Continue reading Cancer myths, and debunking
Much as I have grown to love and revere BBEdit as both a program and way of life, and have become an actual card-carrying member of its license holders, I still go to TextMate for my blogly-writing needs. As in all other life, that which you admire is different from that which you use. BBedit … Continue reading I reveal my loves
I just found this interesting tidbit in my evening browse. Interestingly enough, this summer, as my recuperation went along, I ate bowls of any kind of berry, constantly. Grapes too… bunches of those. Via The Cancer Blog According to a new study led by Dr. Gary Stoner, black raspberries may be effective against preventing the … Continue reading Berries are lifesavers, literally