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Testicular Cancer: More Common Males 15 to 34 by Heartstrong Registered NurseFacebook Posted Sun 28 Nov 2010 8:14am 1 Comment Compared with other types of cancer, testicular cancer is rare. But testicular cancer is the most common cancer in American males between the ages of 15 and 34. Testicular cancer occurs in the testicles (testes), which are located inside the scrotum, a loose bag of skin underneath the penis. The testicles produce male sex hormones and sperm ... Read on »
Are You Feeling Super Strong Emotions That Don’t Feel Like Your Own? by Fran K. Patient Expert Posted Wed 21 Nov 2012 9:36pm Well I am! In these crazy times many of us are unconsciously (or consciously) working as channels to release collective energies that are no longer needed. If you’re feeling unexpected crazy emotions which you know are not yours, then this could be you! More in the video… The post Are You Feeling Super Strong Emotions That ... Read on »
Guiding Your Emotions: Feel Good! by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Sat 06 Dec 2008 1:18pm Humans have feelings, these feelings result from our thoughts. They are a feedback system to tell you if what you are thinking about makes you feel good and is alignment with what you really want. Or, if what you are thinking about makes you feel bad and is not in alignment with what you really want. We have many feelings, so our body designed ... Read on »
Feeling Gray, Not Blue, Using Colors To Describe Emotions by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Tue 09 Feb 2010 10:04pm Medical News Today Peter Whorwell, Professor of Medicine and Gastroenterology at University Hospital South Manchester, worked with a team of researchers from the University of Manchester, UK, to create an instrument that would allow people a choice of colors in response to questions. He said, “Colors are frequently ... Read on »
Invalidation of Feelings as Emotional Abuse by Susan Patient Expert Posted Sat 14 Mar 2009 3:16pm This is the first in a many part series on Emotional Abuse “Can you close the window? I’m cold” “You can’t be cold.” “Gerry’s late again and it makes me angry.” “Oh chill out, there’s nothing to be angry about.” “My dog died and I feel very upset about it.” “It’s just an animal, get over it!” “I don’t like [...] Read on »
Emotional Eating: Feeding Your Feelings by Jill Knapp Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:40pm When you are happy, your choices for food could be steak or pizza, when you are sad it could be ice cream or candy and when you are bored it could be potato chips. Food does more that fill our stomachs. It also satisfies feelings and when you feed those feelings with comport food when you you are not even hunger and your stomach is not growling th ... Read on »
Feeling Real Emotions by Jaymee .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 7:55pm My baby sister is getting married!!!!! I could not be happier she is so incredibly happy. J is an awesome guy and he loves her like she deserves to be loved. They are adorable together, and balance each other perfectly. They are just so cute and happy and all is just so wonderful in their world. _______________________________________ ... Read on »
Feeling Better Fast: Moving Up the Emotional Scale by Dr. Elisabeth Kuhn Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 27 May 2009 10:19pm Ever have a bad day and don’t know what to do with yourself? Okay, so who doesn’t… And it’s time I address this topic in my self-help blog again… Sometimes, (or often), your bad mood or feelings of stress and despair may feel quite justified by outer circumstances. And yet, we all know that we cannot usually control those circumstances. No ... Read on »
Patients with amnesia still feel emotions, despite memory loss by Kathy J. Patient Expert Posted Tue 13 Apr 2010 7:02am A new University of Iowa study offers some good news for caregivers and loved ones of individuals with Alzheimer’s disease. Patients might forget a joke or a meaningful conversation but even so, the warm feelings associated with the experience can stick around and boost their mood. For the study, published this week in the Early Edition o ... Read on »
Feeling Good: Free Metta Practice and Yoga for Emotional Balance by Diane C. Patient Expert Posted Tue 08 Mar 2011 6:42pm This morning I was sitting on my deck, soaking in the sun while drinking some warm lemon water and appreciating my life. After coming inside I put on a little Jennifer Hudson and did a happy dance (literally):   Being out in nature, yoga, and living in gratitude make me feel good. What makes you feel good? For those of y ... Read on »