5 Reasons Not To Be Afraid Because We’ve Never Been Safer – Part 3

If you think your body – or the body of someone you love – might be at risk of being overmedicalized, keep reading! In Part 1 of this blog series, I discussed The Shocking Dangers of Medical Overdiagnosis & Overtreatment. In Part 2, I shared How To Avoid Medical Overdiagnosis & Overtreatment....more

Does this gown make me look fat? Or how not to become a 'patient'

I could write a book about my experiences as a nurse for over twenty years in the emergency departments of several hospitals.  How people react to a crisis is amazing; I’ve seen bravery, courage, laughter, crying, hysteria, denial, anger, frustration, almost every emotion possible has the ability to surface during horrible times.  As a nurse who has also spent more than enough time as a patient, I think I have also experienced every one of those emotions.  There truly is no “right” way to handle a crisis in the hospital.  The important thing is the need to experience and...more

10 Tips To Help You Find The Right Doctor

If you weren't getting what you needed from your massage therapist, hairdresser, or yoga instructor, you would find someone else, right? Why should your doctor be any different? And yet, your doctor is even more important. This is serious stuff we're talking about here. ...more
It is sooo important that the entire staff is in 'sync'. I love my doc, but sometimes the staff ...more

The Healing Round Table

If you’re a patient who has incorporated complementary and alternative medicine into your health care regimen, you may have bumped up against some resistance on both sides of the healing fence. Your doctor may think your homeopath is a total quack selling snake oil, and your homeopath may think your doctor is a big thug, thwacking his pharmaceutical hammer at anything that moves.Your doctor may insist that you stop all of your herbs, cancel your acupuncture appointment, and ditch the flower essences that were lovingly prepared for you....more
PS. also the contracts that I viewed were awesome and I will be printing one out. In honor of my ...more

"When there is no hope"...Gaining Courage in Tough Times!!!!!!!

. . . When you face a hardship in life, is fear the first emotion you feel? It doesn’t have to be. We can respond in faith regardless of our circumstances. Remember, courage isn’t just an attitude of toughness or determination. It is a quality of mind and spirit that enables us to meet the challenges of life with peace....more

Thank you Lord !!!!!! I feel wonderful.
Your promises Lord ,is all that we need to feel ...more

My impatience saves the WORLD time

On Monday, I went into WalMart to make my daughter a new key for our front door - Yes, she lost her keys AFTER I incurred the expense of changing all the locks. As soon as I walked into the Tire & Lube department, I was amazed to see 9 people already standing in line at the register. Of course, there was no cashier there. I became #10....more

Let's Be Honest

Can a nurse refuse to perform a procedure?

A nurse in New York forced to perform an abortion is now suing the hospital where she works. Catherina Cenzon-DeCarlo, 35, claims she’s had nightmares since assisting in a May 24 late-term abortion at Mount Sinai Hospital. Nurse Cenzon-DeCarlo is a married mother with a one year old child and a devout Catholic. She’s also the niece of a Filipino Bishop. ...more

How To Find Help In The Hospital

How To Find Help In a Hospital--Ever been admitted? It's a little scary. Know who's available to help you. Read the news>> http://www.basilandspice.com/display/ShowJournal?moduleId=1070760&catego... ...more