Category: Family

TED Talk by Mina Bissel on Cancer Cells

Here is an amazing TED Talk by Mina Bissel on Cancer Cells For decades, researcher Mina Bissell pursued a revolutionary idea — that a cancer cell doesn’t automatically become a tumor, but rather, depends on surrounding cells (its microenvironment) for cues on how to develop. She shares the two key experiments that proved the prevailing wisdom about cancer growth was… Read more →

Exercise and Anxiety and seizures

At twelve years old, Savanna can be observed frequently fidgeting, tapping her foot, becoming extremely angry or sad for no apparent reason. If Savanna exercises, these symptoms appear to subside. In a world where children have so much stimulation from: computers, video games and of coarse all the toys we all grow up with, lack of concentration and hypertension can… Read more →

Memories of a life

My neighbor was telling me yesterday about how the bottom half of his heart has stopped working and that only the top half is pumping now. As his breath at times appeared very heavy and he was just standing there next to me telling me about his life, about his two tours overseas, the boat rides, the first time he… Read more →

So what is my edge

So after watching Bob Parsons video blog “whats your edge” I had to ask myself what is my edge, do I have one? So lets dig in. I had to place some rules on by analysis before moving forward. Rules Edge must be from someone else’s point of view and not mine Edge must be unique or rare from other like people Edge must be a… Read more →