Day 60/67 of GED in Five Months, constant rate of change med. reactions, and Health Care science for Adults

We use health care related words every day, but do we see how those words are related to the mathematics and to the concepts that we must remember, or relearn, from our science basics?  Noting the relationships and patterns between various interacting concepts are important for every Adult in a republic, where we each haveContinue reading “Day 60/67 of GED in Five Months, constant rate of change med. reactions, and Health Care science for Adults”

French Fridays, COVID, Astérix, and Adulting education for Health Care

The common good, or the general welfare, includes being responsible for how your actions and health affect that of those you may come in contact with, even at a distance.  That is part of Adulting Education, which must become more fully inclusive for all of us.  Even the French!  🙂  – Que ferait-il #Astérix leContinue reading “French Fridays, COVID, Astérix, and Adulting education for Health Care”

Day 55/67 of GED in Five Months, Linear Inequalities, and Health Care

So, why do you think that it may be important to understand linear inequalities as they relate to Health Care, especially to health care outcomes for Black, Latino, and White Americans? Today’s reading: “Although the Affordable Care Act (ACA) lead to large coverage gains, some groups remain at higher risk of being uninsured, lacking accessContinue reading “Day 55/67 of GED in Five Months, Linear Inequalities, and Health Care”

Day 48/67 of GED in Five Months, science, help, and health

 How many of us remember why monocropping can be a problem, and how it could impact our health, and the health of generations to come? Reading: “Growing the same crop on a field year after year can cause crop yields to decline as the soil becomes depleted and insect populations become firmly established. Crop rotation,Continue reading “Day 48/67 of GED in Five Months, science, help, and health”

Day 47/67 of GED in Five Months, historic decisions, and health care

 A basic understanding of science, and support for free access by all residents to high quality branch libraries with trained Reference Librarians who also understand basic science, is another responsibility of being an Adult in a republic.  Understanding the basics underlying any illness, like smallpox or typhoid, the history behind it, and the sensible precautionsContinue reading “Day 47/67 of GED in Five Months, historic decisions, and health care”

Turkish Tuesdays, Happiness vs. Meaning, and Health

The common good, or the general welfare, in the United States, tends to presume that “the pursuit of happiness” is the good and the goal of life.  Yet those of us descended from enslaved people know that our ancestors, and often ourselves, as well, have not been free to follow that pursuit, and thus haveContinue reading “Turkish Tuesdays, Happiness vs. Meaning, and Health”

Thoughtful Thursdays, Health Care, and NaNoWriMo for mental health management?

While Universal Health Care would help many people managing a wide variety of illnesses, mental, emotional, and physical, there are stop-gap measures that one can take as an individual, as well.  Here is what I learned during NaNo2015WriMo… – My second practice novel actually started on Wattpad , but much easier to track the deadlineContinue reading “Thoughtful Thursdays, Health Care, and NaNoWriMo for mental health management?”

Mindful Mondays, Tai Chi in parks, and Health Care

As part of the Four Freedoms, the Freedom from Want implies good health, which implies access to a good health care system.  Tai Chi, for much of the world, is also part of healthcare. – First of all, it is a Free way to socialize in a non-superficial way.Second, it is physically and mentally health-fullContinue reading “Mindful Mondays, Tai Chi in parks, and Health Care”

Spanish Sundays, finishing Masot’s Coming of Age series, and Health via Community

–I continue to insist on the importance, for health, of inclusion in the community. El sepulcro del cuervo by Núria MasotMy rating: 4 of 5 stars To think, to dare, and to love. Absolutely inspiring. This last book of Masot’s quintology is as good as the Very Good first (La Sombra del Templario), nearly asContinue reading “Spanish Sundays, finishing Masot’s Coming of Age series, and Health via Community”

Spanish Sundays, bookreview, and Health Care

A very interesting book from a fascinating series. This one really pointed up, in a medieval sort of way, the importance of mental health care for children who’ve undergone trauma at an early age. Yet the book, like the Harry Potter books, only more medieval European, is entertaining and uplifting, mostly. — Las Puertas delContinue reading “Spanish Sundays, bookreview, and Health Care”

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