Duncan Selbie’s Friday message – 12 October 2018

Dear everyone You cannot have good health without good mental health and this week the UK Government hosted a mental health summit, bringing together delegates from over 50 countries. Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock launched the UK Government ambition to achieve parity between mental and physical health.  In parallel to this PHE launched […]

Accessibility’s a Breeze on YouTube

Alt: A YouTube video — “The Good, The Bad, and the Dougly” — shows a cowboy doodle standing next to a rodeo clown doodle. The closed captioning reads, “Now that’s how you hog-tie a rodeo clown.” It’s been a big year for YouTube, dear readers. The Pew Research Center recently found that everyone’s favorite video-sharing site is dominating the social […]

How to feel better about yourself if you are depressed – Harvard Health Blog

Today is National Depression Screening Day. If you are experiencing symptoms of depression, you should know that there are effective treatments and help is available. When you are depressed, your self-esteem wanes and you may start to dislike yourself. People with depression often think of themselves as “worthless, incapable of any achievement, and morally despicable.” […]

Every action has a reaction

Not long ago, Mike Adams wrote an article regarding karma. I would like to add to that. First and foremost, the driver of a vehicle and the vehicle are two separate entities. Just like it takes a driver to drive a car it takes the driver of the body to drive the bodily vehicle. One […]

Do Happy Organs Mean Healthy Organs?

Now what in the world do I mean by happy organs? And what does this silly concept have to do with health anyways? As it turns out, quite a lot. Recent research shows that the process of visualization can significantly increase your health, and it’s not by chance. Focused meditation can actually change your brainwaves, […]

Drug-Free Means of Managing Anxiety

Anxiety disorders affect over eighteen percent of the American population. In fact, the World Health Organization claims that the U.S. is one of the top three countries most affected by depression and anxiety. Many would argue that this is no surprise. Stress is rampant, after all, in America. While civil war isn’t ravaging the American […]

Questions that are hard to answer

When I was a kid, if I were told that I’d be writing a book about diet and nutrition when I was older, let alone having been doing a health related radio show for over 36 years, I would’ve thought that whoever told me that was out of their mind. Living in Newark, New Jersey, […]