Monthly Archives: August 2012

Soldiers Who Suffer Mild TBI During Combat May Be More Vulnerable to PTSD

Study Links PTSD to Hidden Head Injuries Suffered in Combat. Even when brain injury is so subtle that it can only be detected by an ultra-sensitive imaging test, the injury might predispose soldiers in combat to post-traumatic stress disorder, according … Continue reading

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This is Your Brain on No Self-Control

Check out this article. It sheds a lot of light on a problem that plagues many of us – loss of self-control. MRI images show what the brain looks like when you do something you know you shouldn’t. New pictures … Continue reading

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Oh, wow – I am really sick

The change of the season is upon us, and with it comes a host of adjustments. That includes physical adjustments, as the daylight gets shorter, the weather starts to get colder, and the bare-feet-and-shorts way of life becomes less practical. … Continue reading

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Keeping the compass true

So, I had a really good session with my NP yesterday. We talked about all the things that are going well for me, and my future job prospects. Of all the people I know, they really get the importance of … Continue reading

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Wake up, brain, wake up

Yesterday was a rough day. But it happens. Mondays tend to be difficult for most people, and the folks I work with are no exception. I think everyone is feeling the passing of summer, and we’re not liking it, much. … Continue reading

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All that the world offers us

I’m a “fixer”. That means I look for things to fix. I like to take what’s wrong and make it right. I like to help people who are in need. I am committed to working out my own issues, so … Continue reading

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Studies are going well

I’m remembering again why I went into this line of work, doing web development. It’s friggin’ awesome. I love it. And it loves me, too. I’ve been having a much easier time working through all the logic and the new … Continue reading

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At the “Kek Lok Si” Temple in Penang …….. Are you searching for answers how to live a peaceful and rewarding life? No man is an island. None of us are alone and isolated.…

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All the things we want to do…

So, I’ve been poking around WordPress a little bit, finding different blogs by people who travel, who take pictures, who list out things they want to do before they die. There are tons of great travel blogs out there, as … Continue reading

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