Back of Knee Pain Causes

Do you have serious pain in the back of your knee? Read on to learn what might be the reason – and what you can do. What causes back of the knee pain? You need to first figure out what isn’t the problem. Hip injuries, for instance, can cause knee pain...
Is it Bipolar or ADHD?

Is it Bipolar or ADHD?

Bipolar is a mood disorder characterized by extremes of mood that alternate from highs to lows, and at least 1 percent of people have it or symptoms of it. ADHD is significantly more common, yet clinicians often mistake it for Bipolar, especially in hospilization...

10 Questions to Improve Your Life

Questions are more powerful than statements.  They leave something unresolved, which creates room for the mind to fill in. A question can turn your world upside down. 1) How can I make exercising fun? 2) What can I do that my grandkids will be proud of? 3) Who will...

Surgical Treatments for Sleep Apnea

Is surgery a good option for Sleep Apnea? Before you consider going under the knife, realize that most surgical procedures for sleep apnea are failures. 1) They often don’t work 2) They have serious side effects 3) And when it does work, often the snoring and...

Eat Simpler, Be Healthier!

Over the past 30 years, we’ve learned a lot about what food does to our bodies.  It doesn’t just give us energy. What we eat plays a big role in how we feel and helps determine if we suffer from conditions like hypertension, diabetes or cancer. Eating...

What is Therapy?

Do you feel a) like life sucks or is terrible? b) overwhelmed or constantly anxious? c) unable to concentrate ? Therapy might be a good idea.  Here’s why. We live in a hard world Some statistics say one out of four people in the United States suffer from some...

What is Sleep Apnea?

Do you snore, wake up often at night, and feel excessively drowsy during the day? You might have sleep apnea, a sleeping disorder that plays a role in hypertension, diabetes and mental illness. What is sleep apnea? Sleep apnea is very common.  2-4% of people in North...

How to Fight Insomnia

Having difficulty falling asleep? You’re not alone, if that’s any consolation.  1/3 of Americans suffer from insomnia or related issues.  Occasional restlessness is entirely natural. But serious, consistent difficulty falling asleep over a lengthy period...
50 Tips on How to Make Friends

50 Tips on How to Make Friends

“A friend is a gift you give yourself,” – Stevenson I wrote this list to help myself, and was surprised when other people really enjoyed it, thought it was helpful, and used it to improve their friendships. If you find it useful, bookmarking it or...

What are Stem Cells?

Imagine looking through a microscope and seeing dozens of tiny cells – that you had grown, been feeding and tending for a week – beating together.  The dance of life. When I was assisting with research into stem cells of the heart, I had that magical...