Know what to do if you are diagnosed with cancer -- Image: Pink ribbon art by Robert Mobley of Fotolia.com
More than one-third of us will develop cancer at least once in our lives, but a good portion of those diagnosed with cancer will have many years of full and productive life with and after the diagnosis. How you manage the myriad of emotions that accompany your diagnosis and treatment plays an important role in your health. You have the power to improve your prognosis. The following actions can help make cancer treatment and the journey to recovery easier.
Get Control of the Situation
A bit of research can help you feel more empowered. Learn everything you can about your cancer, what stage you have and who tends to get the cancer that you have. Online searches and discussions with your doctors can guide your research. Find out about the various treatment options, including how they work, the pros and cons of each and where treatment centers are located. Continue reading ‘Cancer Treatment And Support What You Can Do If You Are Diagnosed’ »
Search Engine selection can help you generate more relevant Search Results
In the Information Age the word Google has entered the common lexicon. Need an answer? Google it. A mobile instant mine. Information now. It’s taken for granted; everything, everywhere all the time.
We effortlessly pull up literally millions of records on any topic. The data is searchable and filtered in real time using Google’s sophisticated state-of-the-art algorithms. Depending on the search term used, most of the time we get relevant results. Many, many results.
There is simply so much information coming at us so quickly that the tools we have to process the data flow can seem inadequate at times. One way to leverage the built-in power of available tools Continue reading ‘Search Select Five Or More Search Engines For Better Results’ »
Goals Setting is an important step in your new career venture
When setting out to achieve new career goals, it is natural that your motivation and energy in this arena will wax and wane. But it’s important for you to fight any sense of inertia because standing still will never lead you to the future you desire. Whether you’re starting out in your job search or you’re just beginning your trek toward an entirely new career path staying motivated is extremely important.
It is easy to lose steam, especially when you’re in the beginning stages of starting a new career venture. But you can take control of the situation by remaining vigilant and by setting up fail-safes to help you remain focused and inspired to create exciting adventures for yourself. The best thing you can do is set solid, realistic goals and then stick to them.
Here are some basic and important ideas on how to make goal setting work for you.
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King Solomon receives the Queen of Sheba. This beautiful example of medieval stained glass dates from 1180AD and is the Second Typological Window in the north quire aisle of Canterbury Cathedral – Image: Sacred Destinations
The modern history of the Jews in Ethiopia begins with the reunification of Ethiopia in the mid-19th century during the reign of Theodore II. At that time the Jewish community, known as Beta Israel, numbered between 200,000 to 350,000 people.
This little known story, with roots that reach back to the time of Abraham, starts with the union of the great King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba. In Part 2 a promise is fulfilled. They are welcomed by the Jewish state, like prodigal sons returning to the land of Israel.
The name Beta Israel originated in the 4th century AD when the community refused to convert to Christianity during the rule of Abraha and Atsbeha
Perhaps the earliest Hebraic people came to the land of Ethiopia during the time of the prolonged drought and famine in Canaan at the time of Abraham (1812-1637BC).
Continue reading ‘Ethiopia: King Solomon The Queen Of Sheba And The Black Jews — Part 1’ »
Smartphone apps save you time and increase your productivity
Every new Smartphone app is created to assist you in some way, whether it’s to facilitate shopping, follow your favorite sports teams or check the weather forecast.
There are even apps to help you improve your learning experience. Such apps help you stay organized, reduce the amount of time you spend tracking down reading assignments and information, and help you complete higher-quality assignments.
Once you try the following apps, you may never start another semester without them.
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Sunset On The Bot River Estuary -- click to enlarge
Here on the southern tip of Africa it’s 7:50pm and the sun is sinking on the beautiful Bot River Estuary.
One can just make out the estuary mouth at extreme left on the horizon.
The estuary mouth remains closed to the sea for long periods, sometimes years, before it opens naturally to start a new breeding cycle for the many species of fish that populate the estuary.
Image: John L Bradfield
The Bottle of le Good Life -- a poem by Anthony Smith.
Photograph by Anthony Smith (click to enlarge)
The beauty she possesses when she smiles with her eyes
Outshines the stars in the brightly lit night skies.
The ecstasy of her sultry eyes could not be compared
With the tranquillity of sunset and sunrise.
She is like an engine of beauty volted with love.
It’s just like finding a diamond in the rough.
She is like a beautiful dove that tempts me
Into something only sweeter than her love.
The clarity and soothness of her voice
Makes my heart pound without choice
She’s like a bottle of le Good life
Enriched with bubbles of sparkling personality.
Website Happy First Birthday Chocolate Cake Surprise Delight -- lasted less than 24 hours.
The special woman in my life, who happens to be my dear wife, has once again managed to confirm a persistent suspicion of mine — it happens a lot — that she has a heart of gold and is descended from angels.
Yesterday was the first anniversary of the launch of this website. Exactly one year ago, yesterday, this website made it’s first tentative post as the site went live.
On this special day the delicious mouth-watering chocolate cake that you see here, bedecked with lone candle, did not last long.
Chocolate may ease symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome: research -- Source: The Telegraph
We’re halfway through the month of December, which has been designated as Cancer Related Fatigue Awareness Month. Most cancer patients and their families know that the treatments for cancer, as well as the disease itself, can take a serious toll on a person’s energy level. For patients fighting cancer during the holidays, being aware of the signs of fatigue can be especially important.
“Chocolate may ease symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome: research – Source: The Telegraph“
While feeling completely drained of energy can be a symptom of cancer and its treatment, being fatigued for a lengthy period of time can lead to other issues, like depression. But identifying the causes and working with a doctor can help cancer patients work toward feeling like themselves again.
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