Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed. Diabesity Coach You already know if you’ve been following my blog, that Diabetics are at least 50% more vulnerable to heart attacks than non-diabetics. If diabetes is combined with obesity, the odds are upped to at least 70%. And that’s a conservative estimate. I was telling this to Jake over coffee on
Have you gone and bought yourself some of those masks? Not much use, I’m afraid, unless you’re looking after someone who’s sick and might cough all over you. Or for a short while if you’ve got a cough and have to go into a grocery store. They only work for 20 minutes or so, and
Jacquelyn Johnston, M.Ed. Diabesity Coach I had parked my car outside a store this morning, next to a car whose left side mirror was about an inch from my right one. Any closer and the two mirrors would have danced the tango. Just before I entered the store I heard a man say “Oh heck”.
© Jacquelyn Johnston, M. Ed.A very busy Sam called and asked me today if stress could cause a recurrent infection. Had this experience? What would you have answered? I told Sam, an engineer who often worked overtime, that the short answer was both yes and no. Huh? Well, yes in the long run, stress can