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Finding new doctors this year

I need to find a new PCP – soon. My doctor, who I really liked a lot, and who worked with me better than anyone else I’ve ever met, passed away last September. I am still on the books with … Continue reading

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Happy New Year, everyone!

2016 has arrived! And welcome, new year. I’m very happy to see you arriving. Just in time ;) The bluejays are gathered around the base of the birdfeeder in the back yard, and crows are calling in the distance. When … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas – may it be so

Merry Christmas, everyone. Happy Christmas. Frohe Weinachten. Feliz Navidad. And many more wishes in languages I do not know. I hope it is a good day for you, and that you find peace and a measure of happiness before the … Continue reading

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After a good, long day

I spent the day working around the house and yard. I got an early start (for a Sunday), getting my breakfast and starting at 8:30, and working till about 10:00. Then I stopped for a snack, made myself a soft-boiled … Continue reading

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Vitamin D3 is your friend

#1 Takeaway: Vitamin D3 is essential for brain health, healing, and a healthy system. If you read nothing else, please make sure you get enough Vitamin D3. You can get it at any drug store or supermarket. It’s possibly one … Continue reading

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More from Dr. Rhonda Patrick on JRE

More goodness. Watch (or listen) and learn.

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Getting back the calm – regardless

Before my TBI in 2004, my weekends were a combination of busy-ness and calm. It seemed like I had unlimited energy, and I could pack a lot into each weekend, including studying things that fascinated me and taking long walks … Continue reading

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Getting back, one step at a time.

Full weekend. Ugh. It was good, though. I got the critical things done ahead of time, and then I spent all day yesterday with a buddy, going to see an exhibition of Japanese art and culture. It was pretty amazing … Continue reading

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Sometimes you have to do the exact opposite of what your body and mind want to do

This came to me this morning, while I was exercising. Some mornings, I hate to exercise. Some mornings, I just don’t do it. The thing is, our organic systems are extremely good at streamlining and taking effective shortcuts. So, over … Continue reading

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Eggs are great – with a few small exceptions

Every morning I have my egg. I soft-boil one after I finish my workout, at the same time I make my coffee, and by the time all is said and done, I have coffee and egg (and some fruit or … Continue reading

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