Health

Evan on April 19th, 2010

This is a guest post by Karen Anderson. I hope you like it. All comments most welcome. It’s a question I often ask myself when people say that faith heals – if faith could really heal, then are those who are spiritual in the prime of health? And if you’re an atheist, does that mean […]

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My next eBook will be on Societies Characterised by a Healthy Old Age and what we can learn from them. This will be backed up by what we know about mind-body medicine and what works to keep us healthy. I’m excited about it. It’s something of my big book on health. What we know that […]

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Evan on January 30th, 2010

It’s been a long while since I did a round-up of good posts I’ve found. I’ve been bookmarking (blogmarking?) them so I would have them to do a post about. I’ve realised that I won’t get the time any time soon to do a post on each so this is the collection. First up is […]

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Evan on December 4th, 2009

I have a guest post on Marie’s Coming Out of the Trees blog. Marie’s blog is mostly her journal about recovering from child sexual abuse. This is a very important subject and Marie writes very well. However, if you are dealing with these issues yourself it may not be the time to read it, it […]

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Evan on October 17th, 2009

In the last week or two I have been feeling overwhelmed. This isn’t surprising to me: I have a part-time and a full-time job and do my best to contribute to a good relationship with my partner. I like to go for a walk each day to stay fit and do a weekly tai chi […]

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Evan on September 27th, 2009

This post is just to alert you to what I think is a very important book and website. They are about the relationship between social equality and health. There is good correlation between the equality in a nation and the health of all people in that nation. That is, greater equality is not only in […]

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Evan on September 25th, 2009

Some years ago now some researchers wanted to study the oldest and healthiest populations. They marked these on a map with blue circles. And so these areas came to be known as “Blue Zones”. There is an on-going project to research these long-lived and healthy people. The results of studying these people – giving us […]

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Evan on August 24th, 2009

Can we predict how healthy we will be in our old age? We all have an interest in the answer to this question! Most of us, I would think, want to know what will give us a healthy old age. A word of caution: These predictions are about statistics and averages – which means that […]

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