Interview on The Jasmine Show

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On Monday, I had the pleasure of being interviewed on The Jasmine Show on Dublin South FM. The topic was surviving breast cancer with an emphasis on what survivors need emotionally and holistically.… Continue reading

The story of the cracked pot

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A waterbearer in India had two large pots, one hung on each end of a pole, which he carried across his neck. One of the pots had a crack in it. While the… Continue reading

Ireland’s cancer survival rate set to improve

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Ireland’s cancer rates are likely to move from being among the worst to the best internationally, according to experts, writes Genevieve Carberry in today’s Irish Times. IN THE next decade Ireland’s cancer survival rates… Continue reading

Meat Free Monday

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In my search to find tasty tempting meat free recipes each Monday, I have been scouring online recipes. Invariably the most inventive and interesting come from blogs such as today’s recipe from Opera Girl,… Continue reading

In the race of life, it’s you vs. you

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In the race of life, it’s you vs. you! I love that! These words come from athlete and author Jason Lester who didn’t let his paralyzed arm stop him from achieving his goal… Continue reading

De-Stress 4 Life

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De-Stress 4 Life Magazine is the in-house magazine of Stress Solutions 4 Life and is published quarterly.  The magazine was created to bring advice, hints and tips to anyone seeking to reduce the stress in their lives… Continue reading

Smile Saturday

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Poetry Friday

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I had such a great response to a previous poem submitted by Philippa from the feistybluegecko blog, that I just had to share another with you today. I feel sure that this poem will… Continue reading

Meet hero doctor of cancer patients

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He is known simply as the ‘Gene Stalker’: a doctor driven by a “murderous resolve” and single-minded determination to cure cancer. Watch this YouTube clip of UCLA’s Dr Slamon talk about the development of… Continue reading

Jellyfish cells to “diagnose” cancer

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Not quite sure what to make of this latest research! Luminous cells from jellyfish can be used to diagnose cancers deep inside the body. The process, developed by a research team from the Yorkshire Cancer… Continue reading