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Quote(s) Of The Month

July 5th, 2017 | No comments

“Can we have a crisis free day?  That’s all I’m asking.” Senator Susan Collins (R-ME and, my senator), in her reaction to the announcement that President Trump had shared highly secret information with Russian representatives at The White House. “Is anybody listening to anybody?  I can assure you that talking is a much better way […]

Considering Everything – Except What We Should…

July 5th, 2017 | No comments

Periodic random thoughts on growing older but hopefully wiser…  First, I’ve actually been negligent in keeping my blog up-to-date – probably much to the delight of some of my readers 🙂  In large measure, the negligence was due to our family’s preoccupation with Mom’s worsening Alzheimer’s.  So, I apologize for missing blogs in recent weeks […]

Readings To Consider

July 5th, 2017 | No comments

Books and Articles worth a Review…  First, you should take a look at Health Effects of Dramatic Societal Events —  Ramifications of the Recent Presidential Election by David R. Williams, Ph.D., and Morgan M. Medlock, M.D. in a recent issue of the New England Journal of Medicine [NEJM, 376;23; nejm.org, June 8, 2017].  It discusses […]

Consulo Indicium

July 5th, 2017 | No comments

Information for your Consideration… Meanwhile – Back At The Farm –  Now that I unloaded on the multitude of issues related to our brains, you may be interested in the revised recommendations of the MIND diet which recommends two servings of vegetables every day, five half-cup portions of fruit or berries, and fish once a […]

The Weekly Whisk

July 5th, 2017 | No comments

Musings from a foodie… Many of you may not realize this but “The Weekly Whisk” is the most frequently read portion of my blog.  Hmmmm – maybe I should consider a change of focus for the remainder of my career?  I’ve had some interesting places I’ve visited in the last month but none that was […]

The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

July 5th, 2017 | No comments

The ongoing saga…  The Great – Mom is recovering from her acute problems!!  And, our family is still talking… The Good – The drift among American politicians – on both sides of the aisles – toward the perspective that Twitter is not the best vehicle for dialogue in solving problems. The Bad – The continued […]