My guess is that, as he spent his days in second and third grade as all elementary students do–gazing out the window, learning a bit, chewing up pencils at the electric pencil sharpener, beginning to learn cursive just so they can forget it–Garrett Porter never guessed he’d go on to write a book about visualization […]
Author Archive | Dr. Candida Abrahamson, Ph.D.
I try to appreciate, as the famous vet wrote, “all creatures great and small,” “all things bright and beautiful.” I find spiders entrancing. I won’t kill a waterbug, not matter how much my (grown!) daughter carries on and calls it a roach. I create my own mulch pile (termed “slop” by my husband in an […]
Years ago there was an ad for this incredibly trashy magazine, “The National Enquirer.” It said, “Enquiring minds want to know,” and the camera would pan to an avid reader of the rag, who would look straight into the camera and says, “I want to know.” There may very likely be times during your cancer […]
With the release of Zyprexa, a second-generation antipsychotic, Eli Lilly was certain it had hit pay dirt. The second-generation antipsychotics, known as the atypical antipsychotics, or atypicals, had an improved side effect profile over the older antipsychotics, and the original research on large numbers of schizophrenics in the 1990s showed great improvement for patients treated with […]