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  1. ProducerJoyce Bowen

    Joyce Bowen

    27/02/2017
    Staying Safe
    Staying SafeChristmas 1980 marked a turning point in my life. I was newly widowed with two small children. During the day I plied my trade as an electronic technician. At night, I was Mommy. What a juggling act. I went from angstroms to angst on a daily basis....
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    Sara Jacobovici
    28/02/2017 #10 Sara Jacobovici
    @Joyce Bowen writes: "My childhood of searching for exits had translated into an adult point of view; different, but the same." A must read.
    Sara Jacobovici
    28/02/2017 #9 Sara Jacobovici
    Well written @Joyce Bowen. Informative, insightful and gutsy! Thanks for bringing up the name change from PTSDisorder to PTSInjury. Very important. It does make a difference. Continued strength and wishing you all the success. If I may, I would just like to add a thought that you may want to check out. As we experience trauma on a sensory, non-verbal level, that is what is stored or remembered. Especially in childhood trauma when access to language is still not readily available. If I was to look at the exit and space issue for you, I would see it as the sensory related to proprioception, our ability to make sense of where we are in space, in relation to others and objects. If you see this as relevant, you may want to do some sensory work with your therapist in trying to reframe and perhaps even rewire that aspect of your PTSI. Wishing you all the best.
    Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    28/02/2017 #8 Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    All said and done...now that's a great turnaround! And a few sheep someday may still bring in some sleep...trick is to keep counting! ;)
    Joyce Bowen
    28/02/2017 #7 Joyce Bowen
    @Gert Scholtz @John Valledor @Geoffrey Cooling @Pascal Derrien @Devesh Bhatt thank you all for your valuable insights, comments, and encouragements.
    Gert Scholtz
    27/02/2017 #5 Gert Scholtz
    @Joyce Bowen I think trauma and hyper-vigilance can be neurologically hardwired as you describe. In such cases it is not an easy state to live with. All the best to you Joyce and may you sleep better from now on.
    John Valledor
    27/02/2017 #4 John Valledor
    Reflecting on your story I conclude two things: a) you were imprinting your anxieties on your children--mirror imaging perhaps, and b) I get hypervigilance!
    In combat in Iraq, I along with our Soldiers, relied on hypervigilance to survive. Missing the slightest change in the environment...and extra branch on the road, a dead animal carcass on the side of the road, a gap between reed lines, the abscense of locals when they are always omni present, often signalled (subconsciously) impending contact with an IED--instant death. I coined a colloquial term to describe this hypervigilant state--"listening with your eyes!" Reading your cool story harkens me back to this descriptor--you continue to listen with your eyes! Keep writtin'
    Geoffrey Cooling
    27/02/2017 #3 Geoffrey Cooling
    I have wrestled recently with such thoughts. I wonder am I who I am because of, or in spite of what has been done to me? I think honest analysis of yourself is a start. However, analysis does not mean beat yourself up either. Understanding who you are and what drives you allows you to manage yourself. And I know I sometimes need to manage myself!!! It is quite brave of you to confront yourself and do so in an open and intelligent way.
    Pascal Derrien
    27/02/2017 #2 Pascal Derrien
    ''I looked for exits; not for my kids, but for myself'' that a powerful sentence, broken sleep is better than no sleep :-)
    Devesh Bhatt
    27/02/2017 #1 Devesh Bhatt
    Try :)
  2. ProducerAli Anani

    Ali Anani

    27/02/2017
    Comfortably Uncomfortable in the Comfort Zone
    Comfortably Uncomfortable in the Comfort ZoneYou are setting happily in your comfortable zone. It might be uncomfortable; yet you enjoy the familiarity you have with the pain. Sometimes the pain of staying in the painful trough of the comfort zone is greater than the desire to move out of...
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    Sara Jacobovici
    28/02/2017 #18 Sara Jacobovici
    @Ali Anani writes: "Character is not what we experience; it is more how we respond to what we experience." A must read.
    Sara Jacobovici
    28/02/2017 #17 Sara Jacobovici
    I would be doing your buzz a disservice if I were to attempt to highlight a particular line @Ali Anani. It flows beautifully and poetically as it integrates facts with insight. One concept that is reinforced for me is how fear has been transformed from our earlier stage of development survival tool, that communicates and brings our attention to things which are happening internally or externally, to something that gets triggered by emotions (both negative and positive) which come from experiences attached to meanings. The predator/prey metaphor is very powerful. Thank you Dr. Ali, for another push that moves us forward in our thinking and learning.
    Sara Jacobovici
    28/02/2017 #16 Sara Jacobovici
    #7 Don't know how I missed your post in December @Jean L. Serio CPC, CeMA. Thanks for the link. I look forward to reading your post.
    Ali Anani
    28/02/2017 #15 Ali Anani
    #14
    Dear @David Navarro Lรณpez- often we here the right and left brain or the logical and creative brain. THis time you expand our thoughts with your line "reptilian brain, or our basic instincts and our cortex, or our rational thoughts, in order to...". THis led you to some very interesting perspectives. Yes, we are still programmed to pay attention more to negative emotions than positive one. Will we make the swing one day?
    David Navarro Lรณpez
    28/02/2017 #14 Anonymous
    Dear Ali, to your words "It is sad that we tend to magnify the negative emotions" I like the theory that we as humans, have been millennia in the jungle, and our reptilian brain, responsible for our survival, has been "programmed" to just pay attention to the threats, to the negative things, and triggers an immediate reaction without our conscious level, our rational brain or cortex even noticing it. But now we have, since relatively short time, the cortex brain, and we are not using all the potential it has yet, we are just at the beginning. In my opinion, there is still a fight between our reptilian brain, or our basic instincts and our cortex, or our rational thoughts, in order to, in your words "to move on by the positive emotions, thoughts and actions with readiness to accept the initial pain. " Our instincts don't want to accept the initial pain. Our rational thoughts tell us we should do it in order to enhance our situation. "The force of going forward" should lead us. To succumb as prey to negative things puts us back, hinders us from human advancing, makes us more "animals" than we really are. I believe we are still not so far away from our "animal past", and that the key for human progress, as you are pointing out in this delightful post, resides in taking advantage of these instincts instead of falling to be victims of them.
    Ali Anani
    27/02/2017 #13 Ali Anani
    #11 Thank you dear @Gert Scholtz. You picked the line that moved me personally the most. I appreciate your supportive comments
    Ali Anani
    27/02/2017 #12 Ali Anani
    #10 Thank you event for making a prompt comment. I liked your prescription dear @Ivette K. Caballero that "Failure and rejection" are responsible for our freezing in place. I would say fears of both failure and rejection so that the ugly face of fear appears. We need to be bigger than both fears ". No wonder you move forward, Ivette
    Gert Scholtz
    27/02/2017 #11 Gert Scholtz
    @Ali Anani You have given much to think about in this post. One line that stands out to me is: "This happens and we forget that there is the needle of opportunity hidden in haystack of impossibilities." Brilliant post Ali - thank you.
    Ivette K. Caballero
    27/02/2017 #10 Ivette K. Caballero
    @Ali AnaniThis is great topic of discussion. Staying in our comfort zones is safe for many of us at times or through life. We need to be bigger than our fears and take leaps of faith to expand our horizons. Failure and rejection are two of the biggest fears that keep any of us, at any given time, from moving forward and achieving our goals professionally and personally. Self-confidence and courage are essential in breaking our bad habits and stepping out of our comfort zones, which may not be so comfortable after all. We need others to support us and guide us as it has been proven that no one of us can achieve much in life alone.
    Ali Anani
    27/02/2017 #8 Ali Anani
    #7 Dear @Jean L. Serio CPC, CeMA- I have just commented and shared your great buzz on change. It is wonderfully written and expands generously on your comment here. I urge readers of this buzz to read yours as well. You expanded your thoughts as expressed here in your comment wonderfully. I hope I don't miss a buzz by you in the future.
    Jean L. Serio CPC, CeMA
    27/02/2017 #7 Jean L. Serio CPC, CeMA
    Another spot on post, Ali. Change, as you point out in several ways, can be extremely painful for many. Not to mention feel more negative than positive even though, seemingly, a good move. As Coach John Wooden is famous for saying - "Failure might not be fatal, but failure to change might be."
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    Whether you determine to make a change, or not, like a tornado change can roar into your life. Leaving in its wake destruction which could take months, even years, to understand, deal with and/or repair. Change can also slip into your life glacier-like, and unnoticed, in increments so miniscule you simply incorporate them into your life as if they were always a part of it. Like it or not you may be forced by outside influences to make a change/changes. It's how you deal with them which help you move forward or regress. If I may - Ali - I recently posted a beBee article on change - which also relates to your post - https://www.bebee.com/producer/@jean-l-serio/change-is-it-necessary-inevitable-or-just-another-dirty-word-for-pain-and-suffering
    Thanks for this valuable share, Ali.
    Ali Anani
    27/02/2017 #6 Ali Anani
    Well- it goes both ways
    Devesh Bhatt
    27/02/2017 #5 Devesh Bhatt
    #4 i thought i was agreeing with you :)
    Ali Anani
    27/02/2017 #4 Ali Anani
    #2" We prolong the actual pain due to the imagined pain".... I agree fully
    Ali Anani
    27/02/2017 #3 Ali Anani
    #1 Agreed
    Devesh Bhatt
    27/02/2017 #2 Devesh Bhatt
    Again... if we can identify threats and obstacles then we are more capable to move ahead than we were in a state of ignorance.

    Doubt and fear are natural, sustainig them is conditioned trait we humans have developed. We prolong the actual pain due to the imagined pain. It hurts but it serves certain other ulterior motives of gain or delusion, as i have witnessed...not necessarily a universal rule.
    Pascal Derrien
    27/02/2017 #1 Pascal Derrien
    I think pain can also be associated with past events and it may impact judgement sometimes depending on what level is one emotional strength :-)
  3. ProducerJoel Savage

    Joel Savage

    28/02/2017
    HOW CORTISOL TRIGGERS OFF A VICIOUS CIRCLE
    HOW CORTISOL TRIGGERS OFF A VICIOUS CIRCLECortisol is a hormone produced by the human body which counteracts inflammations and allergies. Among others, it restricts helper cells activity and transfers them from the active blood circulation to the dormant area of the bone marrow. Where the...
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  4. Michaella Lyanne Teresa Candelaria Guerrero Misko
    "Low Energy=Low Attitude"

    Join Mark Dunn & me
    TUE, 2/28, 330pm PST

    Link to upcoming show:
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/realtalkdunnrite/2017/02/28/low-energylow-attitude

    What is your reason for living? What is your reason for your job? Whatever the reason is, it requires a force of energy that comes from within. Today we find a lot of people with energy but they are misusing and misplacing it in areas where they don't need to. Furthermore, your energy should be used for your own good to become great.

    This show is an opportunity for us to talk about how your energy impacts not just your performance but your overall attitude towards yourself and life.
    Michaella Lyanne Teresa Candelaria Guerrero Misko
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  5. Leckey Harrison

    Leckey Harrison

    27/02/2017
    If trauma or stress are the problem, your body already has the mechanism to release and/or heal it. TRE is a tool you can use to release it, to heal the trauma, and re-organize the body. Stress definitely becomes physical. It indeed, is primarily so.

    https://scienceblog.com/492459/stress-becomes-physical/#a-54db6ca3-b04f-4e9a-b243-35b14c085909
    Leckey Harrison
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  6. ProducerIan Weinberg

    Ian Weinberg

    27/02/2017
    Humbled
    HumbledConnie presented to me in 1998 with a hopeless medical diagnosis of several brain and lung tumors, metastatic melanomaโ€™s. She had by all accounts only a six to eight week prognosis. I managed to remove one of the brain tumors but relied on...
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    Pascal Derrien
    28/02/2017 #10 Pascal Derrien
    I wish I could say something smart but let's agree to leave at that, thank you for all that you do :-)
    Gert Scholtz
    28/02/2017 #9 Gert Scholtz
    @Ian Weinberg This is ground breaking Ian. Actual evidence and proof of the mind-body connection - as pioneered by you years ago. Great to see our resident Neuro- surgeon on SA's longest running Carte Blanche television show.
    Ian Weinberg
    28/02/2017 #6 Ian Weinberg
    #4 Thanks @Sara Jacobovici for those very valid comments. Yes, the issue of 'blame' is very important and has to be dealt with very tactfully.
    Sara Jacobovici
    28/02/2017 #5 Sara Jacobovici
    @Ian Weinberg writes: "Connie presented to me in 1998 with a hopeless medical diagnosis of several brain and lung tumors, metastatic melanomaโ€™s." Here is the hope that was then offered to her.
    Sara Jacobovici
    28/02/2017 #4 Sara Jacobovici
    WOW! First let me say how great it is to see the theories translating into reality; real life experiences. You, @Ian Weinberg, have integrated not only how our own system's ability can actively participate in the process of health, but you, as a professional, are a great example of how you have integrated knowledge, skill, and dedication. Another piece of integration is the merging of the ancient wisdom of mind/body work and technology that can provide a modern language for that wisdom.The video "speaks volumes" and is a story that needs to be told. I have (only) one caution to raise. The potential issue of blame. Work needs to be done in order for the individual to differentiate between what he or she could do in partnership with the health professionals in order to be aware of what is taking place, why, and how to influence changes, and factors that are out of the individual's control. Thank you for creating a tool that has such an important impact on our quality of life.
  7. Gerald Hecht

    Gerald Hecht

    27/02/2017
    What Is Perispinal Administration?
    Gerald Hecht
    Another Kind OF Paradigm Shift
    plus.google.com Another Kind OF Paradigm Shift - Gerald Hecht -...
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  8. John Barton

    John Barton

    27/02/2017
    #lean #healthcare #improvement
    John Barton
    Lean Healthcare - Creativity in Improvement
    stfi.re Sometimes itโ€™s a simple label, and other times you need to get more creative. How can we make sure the wheelchair or IV pump is available exactly when...
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  9. Jaime Contreras, MBA, CISM, CISA
    #EHR, #InfoSec
    Jaime Contreras, MBA, CISM, CISA
    The Healthcare Underground: Electronic Health Records for Sale - TrendLabs Security Intelligence Blog
    blog.trendmicro.com In 2016, 91 percent of the U.S. population had health insurance coverage which means at a given time, any person will be effected in the event of a healthcare data breach. How it affects individuals may differ case by case perspective, but its...
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  10. Jaime Contreras, MBA, CISM, CISA
    #HIPAA, #InfoSec
    Jaime Contreras, MBA, CISM, CISA
    FDA 'guides' the way to medical device security
    www.cio.com The FDAโ€™s โ€œguidanceโ€ documents on medical device security are non-binding. But advocates say they will still have plenty of legal force โ€“ especially when it comes to things like insurance or civil suits for damages from insecure...
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  11. Gary Sharpe

    Gary Sharpe

    27/02/2017
    These are exciting times, and I do hope we are on the verge of a major breakthrough which can be rolled out rapidly, to finally start bringing an end to all the suffering, especially when light is incorporated with other non-medical interventions which are also now showing such promise. What happens when light and music therapies are combined, for example... ?
    Gary Sharpe
    Report on Wearable Light Therapy Technology Applied to Parkinson's Disease
    www.outthinkingparkinsons.com In fact, the possibilities to fine tune light therapy for PD through such wearables is now immense. For example, the Propeaq glasses already come with an app which allows the timings of the therapy to be programmed in: Toine is helping Olympic...
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  12. ProducerMikkie Mills

    Mikkie Mills

    27/02/2017
    Get Yourself in Check: How to Keep Track of Your Health
    Get Yourself in Check: How to Keep Track of Your HealthDo Monthly Breast ChecksIt's estimated that one in eight women will develop breast cancer at some point in her life. It's important for women to be examined for signs of breast cancer at least once a year, even if none of their relatives have been...
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  13. ProducerPascal Derrien

    Pascal Derrien

    27/02/2017
    Back From Living Under The Ice
    Back From Living Under The IceMy name is Jake Tallaght, myself and a few others are in a very difficult and precarious situation at the moment. Itโ€™s April 1916 and I can still not get over the fact that I have been a late addition to The Endurance expedition. I am sure the...
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    Pascal Derrien
    28/02/2017 #7 Pascal Derrien
    #5 @David Navarro Lรณpez many thanks for the kind words , oh the pressure for a sequel :-)
    Pascal Derrien
    28/02/2017 #6 Pascal Derrien
    #4 thnaks @Dean Owen have not seen any of them so I better check them out :-)
    David Navarro Lรณpez
    28/02/2017 #5 Anonymous
    Wow Pascal, I really enjoyed reading your lines. Agree with @Dean Owen, it gives a flavour of total recall, and look forward to your next writing in this sense.
    Dean Owen
    28/02/2017 #4 Dean Owen
    Hints of Total Recall and the Holodeck, but very unique. Would make a great concept for a novel.
    Ken Boddie
    27/02/2017 #3 Ken Boddie
    #2 Thanks, Pascal, my Visa account's been frozen!
    Pascal Derrien
    27/02/2017 #2 Pascal Derrien
    #1 Thanks @Ken Boddie I can do instalments for you :-)
    Ken Boddie
    27/02/2017 #1 Ken Boddie
    I'd love to skate with Kate, Pascal, but your thin ice Self Esteem Boost Package is beyond my budget. ๐Ÿ˜ง
  14. ProducerEvie Dawson

    Evie Dawson

    27/02/2017
    5 Tips to Care for Dry Skin Naturally During Winters
    5 Tips to Care for Dry Skin Naturally During WintersSkin is an important part of our body. During winter season dry skin is common. The chilly weather outside makes it hard for us to get rid of the recurring dry skin problems. During winters we come across various problems such as roughness,...
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  15. Joyce Bowen

    Joyce Bowen

    27/02/2017
    Joyce Bowen
    Documents Show Drug Companies Hid Critical Findings From Doctors and the Public โ€“ Save Your Health
    savehealth.co
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  16. ProducerNursinghome Abuselawyer
    Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer West Palm Beach
    Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer West Palm BeachPatrick Tighe Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer West Palm Beach. Our moto is helping Palm Beach County Victims of Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect.ย Visit:ย  Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer West Palm...
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  17. ProducerJoel Savage

    Joel Savage

    26/02/2017
    LETTER OF ADMONITION TO ANTI-ISLAM LEADER GEERT WILDERS
    LETTER OF ADMONITION TO ANTI-ISLAM LEADER GEERT WILDERSMr. Geert Wilders followed by the blind media. Mr. Geert Wilders, only aย few people respect Africans and the rest underestimate, so let me quickly introduce myself. My name is Joel Savage, an African journalist, and writer residing in Antwerp.ย ...
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  18. ProducerSara Jacobovici

    Sara Jacobovici

    26/02/2017
    Feeling Numb
    Feeling NumbbeBeeโ€™s affinity has drawn me more into synchronicity than I have experienced at any other time (pun intended). This buzz comes out of the most recent experience. I was recently reading and being inspired by Ali Anani's buzz in which he...
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    Sara Jacobovici
    28/02/2017 #35 Sara Jacobovici
    #33 Great added value to the discussion @Deb๐Ÿ Lange. Well said! Because of the synchronicity of having just left a comment on @Ian Weinberg's buzz so closely related to your comment, I am adding the link https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ian-weinberg/humbled.
    Sara Jacobovici
    28/02/2017 #34 Sara Jacobovici
    #32 Well said @Tausif Mundrawala. I appreciate you bringing up the issue of stigma. An important reminder.
    Deb๐Ÿ Lange
    28/02/2017 #33 Deb๐Ÿ Lange
    Yes Yes Yes @Sara Jacobovici so many wonderful thoughts & senses integrated in this buzz. I totally agree with you, to ask the question, "What is this emotion telling me? what is this sense telling me? We have forgotten these are signals - a sensory language. Our words arose from our sensory and lived experience - we have got further and further detached from them - if words are more like abstractions rather than full of rich meaning - they almost mean nothing. Is it any wonder then we can make choices that are not fulfilling, or make us unwell, or hurt others if we have lost the sense that a word is a representation of lived experience. The ill health in society, the stress in our workplaces - all of this stress is calling out - pay attention - take care of ourselves. All of this stress is our sensory language on a big scale asking us to pay attention to and to sense our aliveness or our ill health in mind, body and energy. It asks us to pay attention and to do something to return to our whole selves, our whole sensory, emotional, conscious, whole self, connected to self, other and nature. Living in an abstract world full of abstractions denies are very humanity.
    Tausif Mundrawala
    27/02/2017 #32 Tausif Mundrawala
    However hard we try to be strong but the fear of losing loved ones shifts the land beneath our feet. We should be self aware and then we would be able to understand feelings well. Certain feelings are stigmatized by the community and hence it becomes impossible to express oneself. I like this buzz in its entirety, @Sara Jacobovici.
    Sara Jacobovici
    27/02/2017 #31 Sara Jacobovici
    #30 Always appreciate when you contribute to the discussion @๐Ÿ Fatima Williams. I am intrigued by your definition of emotional freedom: "A mind not affected by emotions but enriched by emotions." I am sure there is enough thought there for a separate buzz. I would love to hear more.
    ๐Ÿ Fatima Williams
    27/02/2017 #30 ๐Ÿ Fatima Williams
    Our emotions are manifestations of who we are as sensory, conscious and creative beings. This is very true @Sara Jacobovici an informative and insightful buzz on the importance of acknowledging our emotions is fruitful honey to us bees.
    Emotional pain can be avoided if we learn the art of respecting and listening to our bodies. A concept which @Deb๐Ÿ Lange very simply and beautifully portrays in her book. Trust your senses. There is so much to learn from our emotions we simply fail to notice and acknowledge.

    But we need to teach ourselves the art of learning and practice that to gain emotional freedom ( A mind not affected by emotions but enriched by emotions ) A happy mind is more productive than a sad mind that drains our liveliness out.

    This is an important #knowyouremotions buzz inspired by the great minds here on beBee. @Sara @Ali Anani and @Ian Weinberg Thank you :)
    Love the Vincent Gogh quote.
    Sara Jacobovici
    27/02/2017 #29 Sara Jacobovici
    #28 Looks like we're talking at cross purposes so I'm at the point where I respectfully ask for us to agree to disagree. Thanks for your contribution to the discussion.
    Brian McKenzie
    27/02/2017 #28 Brian McKenzie
    #26 what is the EQ of a microscope?
    Sara Jacobovici
    27/02/2017 #27 Sara Jacobovici
    #23 I'm adding this one to my @Deb ๐Ÿ Helfrich quotes: "Every emotion has a purpose and pretending certain ones don't exist, or worse, never occur, is taking away much of the true processing power of our bodymind complex."
    Sara Jacobovici
    27/02/2017 #26 Sara Jacobovici
    #24 Thanks for dropping by @Brian McKenzie. I'd like to respond with a couple of points: 1. There are other objects beside the ones you list, which were created and are being used by emotional humans, such as: musical instruments, MRIs, solar cells or panels, telescopes, microscopes, and so on. 2. There seems to be a contradiction in your comment, you don't "care" for emotions, you don't "care" for the feels. Care carries a lot emotion.
    Sara Jacobovici
    27/02/2017 #25 Sara Jacobovici
    #22 Thank you @debasish majumder for contributing your insightful perspective.
    Brian McKenzie
    27/02/2017 #24 Brian McKenzie
    I don't care for emotions - they can't be quantified and are pandered too entirely too often. Give me logic, data, performance and facts. I don't care for the 'feels'. PS - neither do bullets, artillery, air-strikes nor over the horizon Naval Gun Fire. And of course motorcycles never care how you feel or your tone of voice either.
    Deb ๐Ÿ Helfrich
    27/02/2017 #23 Deb ๐Ÿ Helfrich
    Thanks for gifting me these last moments of genius, @Sara Jacobovici, because I felt a surge of renewed emotions in the clarity you've manifested in this succinct sentence: "Our emotions are manifestations of who we are as sensory, conscious and creative beings."

    Emotions are emergent from the stew of being alive, with our particular thinking, sensing, and imagining equipment.

    Every emotion has a purpose and pretending certain ones don't exist, or worse, never occur, is taking away much of the true processing power of our bodymind complex.
    debasish majumder
    26/02/2017 #22 debasish majumder
    intriguing insight @Sara Jacobovici! in the universe right form falling stars, black hole and hot star or neutron star and so many events and its impact directly cause impact to our signal mechanism, out of which we hardly have any cogent inference till date, how it impacted us. whether suicide, homicide or other emotional changes causing in our mental fabric, changing the configuration of our neurological structure and its complex impact on us, seldom we are capable to explore its gravity and impact on us. however, nice insight madam. enjoyed read. thank you for the share.
    Sara Jacobovici
    26/02/2017 #21 Sara Jacobovici
    Thank you for your share @Javier ๐Ÿ beBee. Your support is much appreciated.
    Sara Jacobovici
    26/02/2017 #20 Sara Jacobovici
    Thank you for your share @Savvy Raj. Your support is much appreciated.
    Sara Jacobovici
    26/02/2017 #19 Sara Jacobovici
    #17 Agreed @Savvy Raj. Beautifully written.
    Savvy Raj
    26/02/2017 #18 Savvy Raj
    Another thoughtful post by @Sara Jacobovici
    Savvy Raj
    26/02/2017 #17 Savvy Raj
    There is much thoughts and emotions connected in this buzz @Sara Jacobovici that I cant decide which to mention more so will take the last line..... Maybe in business โ€œitโ€™s timeโ€ to listen to our emotions. I believe likewise.
    As long as there are humans in business there will be emotions and as long as there are emotions in business there will be business.
    Well unless the human uniqueness of senses are working their entire gamut of operations the exchange of enterprise, the endeavour to thrive and compete in challenges and collaborate in support while emotions may surge, only to a channelling of sorts in time , society would never strive to evolve towards a purpose.
    Sara Jacobovici
    26/02/2017 #16 Sara Jacobovici
    #14 Thanks for creating the place @Javier ๐Ÿ beBee.
  19. Malini Chaudhri  Ph.D
    Malini Chaudhri  Ph.D
    SPORTS MASSAGE ECOSYSTEM
    www.linkedin.com The new Sports Massage Ecosystem course is available based on the advantages of the Internet of Things. New developments give learners added...
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  20. ProducerJoyce Bowen

    Joyce Bowen

    25/02/2017
    My Stint With The ACA: Why I Was Really There ๐ŸŒ… ๐Ÿ โœŒ ๐Ÿ’— ๐Ÿš‰
    My Stint With The ACA: Why I Was Really There ๐ŸŒ… ๐Ÿ โœŒ ๐Ÿ’— ๐Ÿš‰2/23/2017 Tomorrow Iโ€™m traveling to Boston to help with phone-banking in support of the ACA (Affordable Care Act commonly known as Obamacare). Iโ€™m not a Democrat or Republican. Iโ€™m what theyโ€™ve dubbed as Unenrolled. I think of myself as a fierce...
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    Joyce Bowen
    27/02/2017 #26 Joyce Bowen
    There's a very interesting series on SyFy channel called, "Incorporated." I believe we are headed in that direction.
    Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    27/02/2017 #25 Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    #24 I get you Phil. That brings up something I have always thought about but never researched. I wonder if Agent Orange and the rest of the oligarchy draw a social security check? If he would take 150,000 from the 9/11 fund, what would stop him? Is it legal? yes I would assume so. Is it the moral thing to do? No. I'd be interested in knowing if there are any laws that say; if you a millionaire, billionaire, you can't draw social security. That should be for those who have worked their whole lives on wages that barely met their needs and nothing left over for retirement. My grandfather; a minister at small churches, was such a man. When he started his business he was in his fifties and he managed to save some but that was wiped out when his Alzheimer's made it impossible for him to stay home.
    Just some stuff that rolls around in my brain.
    Phil Friedman
    27/02/2017 #24 Phil Friedman
    #23 Pam, I think the issue of paying school taxes is often mis-framed. We pay school taxes not because we have our own children in school and being educated, but because someone paid taxes to educate us. It's like social insurance. We don't pay to ensure basic subsistence for all, but to ensure that those who need help in their retirement years have it. I personally would be more than pleased to have so much in my dotage that I wouldn't need anything from social insurance. Just as I am happy to pay for fire insurance, but never have to file a claim.
    Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    26/02/2017 #23 Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    #22 ABSO-FREAKIN-LUTELY! Robert! My daughter is grown, out of school, and paying student loans...I still have not problem what-so-ever with part of my taxes going towards education. I'm thankful I have an education, I'll share the love any time!
    Robert Bacal
    26/02/2017 #22 Robert Bacal
    It's kind of funny how PARTISAN politics pollutes discussions that need to be had, like how the most important future of the planet resource - children, can be protected and/or educated.

    I was just thinking how much we've paid in school taxes (and not having children) over our lives, and that I've not really felt "demoralized" by seeing that money go to the cause of education. Some things are and should be about the common good, because in the end, the common good often affects our individual good.
    Joyce Bowen
    26/02/2017 #21 Joyce Bowen
    @Jim ๐Ÿ Cody It's just what people picked up. Five kids die a day--how about that issue?
    Jim ๐Ÿ Cody
    26/02/2017 #20 Jim ๐Ÿ Cody
    Anytime you mention ACA and bring up political views slanted in the direction of socialism you are making it a political issue.
    Joyce Bowen
    26/02/2017 #19 Joyce Bowen
    @Jim ๐Ÿ Cody Yep--it does. But when you rack up our cost of healthcare and everything else, we pay lots more. It's a tradeoff. What about them kids?
    Jim ๐Ÿ Cody
    26/02/2017 #16 Jim ๐Ÿ Cody
    #14 I didn't say you were a socialist. You stated you believe in socialism akin to Denmark, which is a top ten socialist country and as a result has the highest taxes in the world.
    Joyce Bowen
    26/02/2017 #15 Joyce Bowen
    I say line 'em up and shoot 'em all
    Joyce Bowen
    26/02/2017 #14 Joyce Bowen
    @Jim ๐Ÿ Cody I hear this so often--then I read how companies like Walmart encourage people to engage in supplemental social programs to make ends meet because Walmart does not want to pay a living wage.

    How the Hell did a post regarding my fight for children's rights devolve into the fact that I am a socialist?
    Jim ๐Ÿ Cody
    26/02/2017 #13 Jim ๐Ÿ Cody
    #10 @Joyce Bowen I commend you for your volunteering.
    Socialism- "A political and economic theory of social organization that advocates that the means of production, distribution, and exchange should be owned or regulated by the community as a whole."
    Any form of socialism is absurd and demoralizing to those who work their asses off only to have someone that does noting get handouts.
    Approximately 52.2 million (or 21.3 percent) people in the U.S. participated in major means-tested government assistance programs each month in 2012, according to a U.S. Census Bureau report released today.May 28, 2015.
    Somewhere I read that 13 states have more people on government assistance than those earning a living. This is simply sad.
    Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    26/02/2017 #12 Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    First: I supported Bernie as well! Second; thanks for manning the phones, because why you were there is important, not just because of the ACA. Great share Joyce!
    Joyce Bowen
    26/02/2017 #11 Joyce Bowen
    And enough with the politics. This post was relaying an experience.
    Joyce Bowen
    26/02/2017 #10 Joyce Bowen
    @Brian McKenzie Do you have some of this online? I'd love to read if you do. And in truth, I would surrender much to see poverty alleviated. I am not kind in opinion of the soviets. I do not believe in soviet socialism. I do believe in socialism akin to what Denmark is doing.
    Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    26/02/2017 #9 Antoinette Capasso-Backdahl
    I read the entire HR3200 and only got through 1/4 of the final version. Nobody should push something they know nothing about. Nobody that has not read it, including Congress, has a qualified opinion on it.
    Brian McKenzie
    26/02/2017 #8 Brian McKenzie
    #7 you can't be a Fierce Independent and surrender your freedom, property, bank account and wages to a Socialist Soviet Trojan Horse. Which bones of Forced Enfollment, Centrally Planned, Federally Mandated, IRS Confisgation are you enamored with?
    Joyce Bowen
    26/02/2017 #7 Joyce Bowen
    I guess maybe "bones" is defined by the individual views. Everybody has an opinion....
    Brian McKenzie
    26/02/2017 #6 Brian McKenzie
    Yes, I have read it - I have 10 critical papers that were submitted during my MPA against it. It is only 2600 pages with 1800 pages of USC Title Reference Footnotes - it is the over SEVEN feet of 'Findings', 'Decisions', 'Directives' and 'Guidance' Regulations that have been produced by this insanity that are a bitch to keep up with. There is nothing in the bill that is of 'Good' that was not already viable and in the market place before the PPACA was shoved down America's throat with the gun-barrel of the IRS to back it up. and Senator Collins - "Auto Enrollment" is not an improvement to an already pedantic Rube Goldberg machine that has shown itself as a failure - seven years running. "I donโ€™t think the ACA is perfect. The thing has kinks, but the bones are strong. The flesh needs some reworking." The foundation of the Bill is riddled in failure - nearly the exact same as N.E.P. was for Russia - pity nobody reads History Anymore.
    Joyce Bowen
    26/02/2017 #5 Joyce Bowen
    @Brian McKenzie Begs the question--have you read it? I think it needs to be fixed. I never said I loved it. *thwack*
  21. ProducerLyon Brave

    Lyon Brave

    25/02/2017
    SHIP 5: YOUR NAVY END'S HERE
    SHIP 5: YOUR NAVY END'S HEREShip 5 is where the Navy's rejects go. The poor souls who end up in SHIP 5, the Navy doesn't want them for some reason or another.The recruits and Sailors that get sent here are in separation for a variety of medical reasons including mental health....
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    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    28/02/2017 #17 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    #16 I had no idea you've been in for 8 years! Keep me updated and best of luck with your case @Lyon Brave
    Lyon Brave
    27/02/2017 #16 Lyon Brave
    #7 I don't know how long I will be here. I am not sure what I'm doing yet. I am pretty sure if I fight my case I will win, but 8 years is a long time. Maybe the universe is doing me a favor.
    Lyon Brave
    27/02/2017 #15 Lyon Brave
    #12 Hey Dean I'm going to get some interview questions together for you. Do you have an email, because the computers here won't always let me get on Bebee.
    Lyon Brave
    27/02/2017 #14 Lyon Brave
    #5 Thanks Deb. For fans of numerology my life path is 5th so I think I was meant to come to this ships. The lockers are even branded LYON.
    Lyon Brave
    27/02/2017 #13 Lyon Brave
    Haha the leadership so far is kind of piss poor. I Agree. #2
    Dean Owen
    26/02/2017 #12 Dean Owen
    #10 I hope they are spying on Lyon as they would then know how extremely astute and intelligent she is.
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    26/02/2017 #11 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    #10 I didnt shsre this to twitter for those reasons. Im not familiar with Military laws when it comes to usr of Social media while on duty. Hugs, Lyon!
    Ken Boddie
    26/02/2017 #10 Ken Boddie
    Sharp and astute observations as always, Lyon. But take care not to buck the system as military minds the
    world over love and expect uniformity. Also remember that, if you are
    on a government computer and server, it is not secure.
    Dean Owen
    26/02/2017 #9 Dean Owen
    Great to see you getting some online time again! I was an able seaman in the CCF back in the day. Did a very short stint on an anti-submarine carrier (the Brits couldn't afford real aircraft carriers). I still remember how itchy those trousers were..... Lyon, always remember how skilled you are. You are amazingly talented, but of all your talents, I think your art really is exceptional and possible the road for you to fame and fortune.
    Mohammed A. Jawad
    26/02/2017 #8 Mohammed A. Jawad
    Presumably, psychology itself is the study of complexities and one's who studies it has to be stable in approach with simpler solutions. Without this approach, instead of healing through counsel and mentoring, a psychologist will make a mayhem of situations.
    Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    26/02/2017 #7 Lisa ๐Ÿ Gallagher
    That's sad to hear @Lyon Brave. You nailed it, they are kids who have no idea what they are in for and joining the Military is a very tough beginning when a person is new. Even if they aren't new to it, they are human. I guess nothing is confidential when it comes to the Military, including sessions with Psychologists who aren't acting on your/their behalf. I wonder how many retreat and/or lie even if they are super depressed because they don't want their career ruined, that's a scary thought. How much longer are you out at sea? It was great to see a buzz from you! Take good care of yourself, been thinking of you.
    Brian McKenzie
    26/02/2017 #6 Brian McKenzie
    Intell has always had your chart notes. They will be and have been used since 86 to disqualify you from secure access and sensitive compartmented info. Just the way the game is played, and always has been. You are a line item asset - any threat of failure / malfunction and they will unplug & remove you.
    Deb ๐Ÿ Helfrich
    26/02/2017 #5 Deb ๐Ÿ Helfrich
    What an incredibly astute analysis, @Lyon Brave. I sort of get the fact that there is a perception that emotions don't belong, and I agree that certain parts of this stint you are on, require absolute cold-hearted logic, attention, and an ability to suck it entirely up. But talking to a doctor, being encouraged to share, to work through stuff should be a safe harbor. Your strong mind & heart will make it through.

    And these stories are priceless. Especially with your insights.
    Terrance Upham
    26/02/2017 #4 Terrance Upham
    America LAST
    Terrance Upham
    26/02/2017 #3 Terrance Upham
    Change will happen when i take charge of America
    Terrance Upham
    26/02/2017 #2 Terrance Upham
    Shit holes anyway leadership is piss poor condition just like Congress an Trump
    Terrance Upham
    26/02/2017 #1 Terrance Upham
    Bye
  22. Gerald Hecht

    Gerald Hecht

    25/02/2017
    Interesting Article On Cannabis As Opioid Replacement and Withdrawl Therapy.
    Gerald Hecht
    Medical cannabis company to launch opioid-replacement protocol...
    www.duluthnewstribune.com MINNEAPOLIS โ€” Seeking an alternative to opioid drugs, Vireo Health has released a draft protocol outlining the replacement of oxycodone, morphine and others with medical cannabis for pain treatment.The protocol, called FREDOM โ€” Flexible Reduction...
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  23. ProducerIan Weinberg

    Ian Weinberg

    25/02/2017
    Buzzing with emotion
    Buzzing with emotionFor years the treatment of choice for managing depression and most mood disorders has been anti-depressant serotonin-enhancing agents, more recently the SSRIโ€™s (selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors). Increasing serotonin has been the common...
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    Ian Weinberg
    26/02/2017 #10 Ian Weinberg
    #6 Apologies @Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams I seem to have digressed and missed the important point that you raised: Yes absolutely. The presence of your father may well have created a stressed, high cortisol milieu in your pregnant mom which may have sensitized the amygdala of the unborn fetus. The introvertedness which subsequently developed in the child/adult could well reflect a heritage of fear and defensiveness. Thanks again for that shared info.
    Ian Weinberg
    26/02/2017 #9 Ian Weinberg
    #7 Oh, and thanks for the compliment. Appreciated.
    Ian Weinberg
    26/02/2017 #8 Ian Weinberg
    #7 Good on you Gerry! But it's never too late. If you're able to get funding for pro-inflammatory assaying we could put together a little study. Even throw in my online questionnaire. We could end up with a sustaining dopamine storm ...
    Gerald Hecht
    26/02/2017 #7 Gerald Hecht
    Very good post Ian;my original Masters was going to be an expansion on the idea that the overwhelming etiology for depression that starts to become persistent...would "show itself" in the form of dopaminergic anomolies in the ๐Ÿ“‰ direction, along with increased pro inflammatory cytokines--usually "exploding into a "autocannabalistic storm"...you can probably see that in my current "neurowork"...
    ...at the time, my committee members told me that my "hypo-dopamine/anhedonia hypothesis" was "ridiculous"...and nothing more than a false hypothesis based on Olds and Millner's 1950's preclinical work with rats doing "stupid pet gricks to electrically stimulate the medial forebrain bundle. I even wrote to Arvid Carlsson in (yes) Sweden...
    ....his enthusiastic reply didn't even help.
    I ended up looking at the "neutral pathways differentiating thermal perception" --very interesting functional neuroanatomy and tricky neurosurgery; but ultimately, only satisfying to me...when I GOT A DOPAMINE RELEASE from not botching it! REFERENCE 17 in this: http://www.nature.com/neuro/journal/v17/n11/abs/nn.3828.html
    Wow...(yawn...lol)
    Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    26/02/2017 #6 Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    #5 My train of thought from my story was; the emotional and physical abuse my mother suffered when he was home regularly and the impact it might have had on the child she carried at the time. That's what came to mind from your statement:
    "Raised cortisol in pregnant women crosses the placenta and compromises pre-frontal cortical neuron maturation and subsequent IQ of the newborn. It also sensitizes the amygdalae of the unborn child giving rise to the birth of fearful infants (compromised EQ)"
    Ian Weinberg
    26/02/2017 #5 Ian Weinberg
    #3 Thanks for sharing that @Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams Interestingly, I didn't even go into the subject of epigenetics. In epigenetics research it's been shown that the lifestyle and habits of an individual can alter what the DNA expresses and suppresses. The big rub of course is that the altered DNA is passed on to the progeny. It is therefore of great significance that in a study published last week, it was shown that the sons (but not daughters!) of cocaine-addicted fathers, have poor short term memory! We're only just beginning to scratch the surface of this very important new dimension of neuropsychology.
    Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    25/02/2017 #4 Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    Part II: There were also learning/intelligence differences as well.
    Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    25/02/2017 #3 Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    That was just fascinating Ian! I'm particularly interested in the impact on the unborn. It's a train of thought I've always followed; Coming from a large family, with a father who was in the military and did a lot of time in combat zones, while my mother, his wife was pregnant. I have noticed emotional/personality differences in the seven of us and looking over our history I realized that the times he was home during the pregnancy the personality of the child was more introverted while those carried and born while he was away were more extroverted. (FYI, my biological father was an alcoholic, and a mean one at that) My heart father was my stepfather, a grand man, so don't be feeling sorry for me :-) ...this is just the curiosity part of my brain doing overtime!
    Ian Weinberg
    25/02/2017 #2 Ian Weinberg
    #1 Thanks very much @๐Ÿ Fatima Williams
    ๐Ÿ Fatima Williams
    25/02/2017 #1 ๐Ÿ Fatima Williams
    This is such a wonderful return of your 25 years of hard work.
    To empower the user to transcend this compromised state and to attain and sustain a productive and gratifying space.
    What noble work you do and I salute you for changing lives everywhere. @Ian Weinberg #StayBlessed
  24. Gerald Hecht

    Gerald Hecht

    25/02/2017
    Holy Spice Rack Lego Batman!
    Gerald Hecht
    Stupid drug story of the week: The nutmeg scare.
    www.slate.com Lock up your children! Incinerate the contents of your spice rack! A new drug menace is sweeping the land, and its name is nutmeg! We know this because...
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    Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    26/02/2017 #6 Pamela ๐Ÿ Williams
    This was absolutely hilarious. Can't find any other catastrophe to write about so they have to pick on poor old Nutmeg? Really?
    Well, don't tell anyone but I love to shave some fresh nutmeg into my morning coffee.
    OMG I'm an addict...anyone got the number for NA?
    Franci๐ŸEugenia Hoffman
    26/02/2017 #5 Franci๐ŸEugenia Hoffman
    #3 Interesting information, Devesh. Thank you for sharing.
    Gerald Hecht
    26/02/2017 #4 Gerald Hecht
    #3 @Devesh Bhatt Personally...I go with a bit of DMT at the start of a dawn run of approximately 10 kilometers in the woods, lol...
    Devesh Bhatt
    26/02/2017 #3 Devesh Bhatt
    True, nutmeg can be intoxicating unless you mix a bit of fenugreek in it and consume it as a spice in food.

    Slowly slowly a person becomes immune to intoxication and achieves the benefits of nutmeg which are many.

    It is also part of Indian kitchen practices because some women have got high from the fumes of nutmeg when they forgot to add fenugreek while cooking food.

    Women in rural India are more aware :)
    Gerald Hecht
    26/02/2017 #2 Gerald Hecht
    #1 @Franci๐ŸEugenia Hoffman Very advisable; who knows what people what folks will do to Spice u their lives these days...thx 4 sharing
    Franci๐ŸEugenia Hoffman
    25/02/2017 #1 Franci๐ŸEugenia Hoffman
    Good grief! What people will do to be stupid. I am keeping my nutmeg under lock and key.
    ๐Ÿ”
  25. Gary Sharpe

    Gary Sharpe

    25/02/2017
    World Map of Incidence Rates of Parkinson's Disease, from http://www.targetmap.com/viewer.aspx?reportId=15367Gary Sharpe
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    Alvaro INFANTE SANCHEZ
    25/02/2017 #2 Alvaro INFANTE SANCHEZ
    ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”
    Javier ๐Ÿ beBee
    25/02/2017 #1 Javier ๐Ÿ beBee
    @Gary Sharpe this is interesting.
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