It’s here again and back on schedule. This week I’ve got emotion, fear and stigmatization on the mind, parables, heaven and hell and success for the soul and whoopee cushions, spleens and lots and lots of protein for the body, to name just a few. So without further delay I present especially for you, the reader, the creme de la creme of the internet I happened to have stumbled across surfing the internets-
At Health Skills Weblog, Amiedus Free shares some nifty tidbits of health and science trivia, explaining us what the spleen is, how smoking makes back pain worse, and how sleep deprived hallucination are actually waking dreams.
At Brainblogger, Jennifer Green shares the story of the ketogenic diet, a nutritional and therefore “alternative” treatment for epilepsy that the scientific evidence supported and took right into mainstream medicine. Researching these ideas is clearly not always the waste of money some claim it is.
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In the Deseret News, Doug Robinson has renewed my faith in the power of compassion with the story of Mindy Carter-Shaw, who is fighting to keep the man whose stupid decision maimed her child, out of prison.