How effective is alternative/complementary medicine? I have had some positive results from practitioners over the years, but I have also had some that were not effective even though I had thought these would be the easiest and most likely to have a positive outcome. Continue reading
It is fitting that I have been reading this book in parallel with revelations about the Rupert Murdoch News of the World / News International phone voicemail interception / hacking scandal which has riveted much of the UK, and to some extent the USA. The exposes have revealed murky, entangled webs enveloping politics, print media, broadcasting and which has spread to the police, involving corruption among many previously respected professionals. The sums of money involved, the wining and dining, the political patronage and how social networking sites can overturn super injunctions protecting rich sportspeople and celebrities have all created a firestorm revealing the public’s insatiable thirst for gossip and the no-limit means to satisfy it used by journalists and proprietors. Continue reading
Publishing Positive HealthPH Online has wiped out virtually all my time. Is this the prelude to burnout, or have I been in that state where work overwhelms my life?
About a year ago we had a very mini cyber attack about an article on Radionics published in issue 43 of positivehealth.com. I say attack, but this is an overstatement simply because I wanted to write about it. It was, in fact, a series of comments made by the same person using different names, sometimes male sometimes female. The writer thought it a load of nonsense and kept telling us in so many different ways.
As has been said by others, “Radionics, it’s a load of Baloney!” and I tend to agree, except… Continue reading