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A Platform for Our Blogosphere II

As noted in the previous post, ‘A Platform for Our Blogosphere I’, one of the  words in the title  is ‘apart’.  In this current  post, the second term of the title is ‘worlds’, the plural of world. World(s) World is a common name for the existence of human civilization on the planet earth. In this case, […]

A Platform for Our Blogosphere I

In our last post entitled ‘Advanced Analysis of Blogging” the term  blogosphere was defined as a community of interconnecting blogs. Like all blogospheres, each one, including ours, will possess  a identifiable platform. To better understand where we will be going with our blogosphere and its platforms, the last post was used to contrast differing spheres […]

Advanced Analysis of Blogging

As I was drinking coffee this morning, I saw a subscription announcement on the front page of a local news-paper.  The headline read “Become a citizen of the Spurs Nation”. (The Spurs are a well-known and a predominate basketball team in the NBA)  By becoming a so-called ‘citizen’, an individual then has an opportunity to […]

Preliminary Analysis of Blogging

Many of the visitors to the web site and most of our established bloggers have had a chance to read an older post entitled ‘What is a Blog and What is a Post?’  This particular post is useful for those who want to learn some of the mechanics of blogging and/or wish to comment about […]

Where Have We Been?

Setting: Hospital Room Subjects: Rose Marie and Clay Date: Ten Days Post Spinal Surgery

Mindfulness

Over the past decade or so, I have become increasingly absorbed with the many aspects of healthiness and its corollary, unhealthiness. The proof of this statement should be evident to readers of my last book, ‘Your Health in a World of Conflict’. Many other health professionals  have dealt with the phenomenon of health and disease, […]

Marks of Spiritual Maturity: Wellness

In my earlier book, Self Exposed, I identified certain ‘marks of spirituality’ and used them to indicate levels of spiritual growth.  These marks are unlike physical indices, such as measurements of a person’s height in inches or one’s weight in units of pounds. When we venture into the unseen world of spirituality it becomes evident […]

Imagine if III

This post, like a few previous ones, deals with mental word pictures that fall in the category of ‘imagine ifs’. These posts have focused on several published articles and advertisements found in health related literature, which are designed to attract readers concerning their own bodily health. Overall, when discussing human health, most people understand that […]

Did You Know?

 The Title of Clay’s PhD thesis at MIT was “Study of the Early Development  of Rat Caries and Concurrent Microbial Changes as Influenced by Trimetaphosphate.” 

Alzheimer’s Disease

A Health Need There is clearly a tremendous need – and great urgency – to address the burdens of the aging brain and the morbidities it spawns, from cerebral decline to Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other dementias of aging. A tremendous knowledge gap exists in diagnosing and treating other morbidities of aging, because we know […]