Jo: Comfort Zone
Thoughts of a radiation oncologist. Monday, March 29, 2010. One thing I've run across lately are a lot of radiology reports that seem to make statements or recommendations that are a little, well, off. First, let me make clear - my field is radiation. Oncology, NOT radiology. Another thing that I have to make clear is that in most cases, the radiologist that looks at images from a CT scan, MRI, ultrasound (etc.) never meets the patient, and often doesn't know their clinical history. I dont expect its lik...
How to CURE Cancer and a highly effective treatment for Leukemia | the LIVING BOOK of LIFE /* as seen through the eyes of a stranger.
The LIVING BOOK of LIFE /* as seen through the eyes of a stranger. A Tear Drop in my Eye. Author T. Gray’Owl. How to CURE Cancer and a highly effective treatment for Leukemia. In the WORDS of GOD . . . Memories of a Vision Lived. In the words of GOD . . . part two. The Age of Essentials /* understanding EARTH Medicine part 2. The Eccentric Art of Tony Gray’Owl. The Religions of the World, the foundations of my spirituality. The seed of WISDOM. The Symptoms of becoming Infected with INNER PEACE. The story...
May | 2010 | The Healthy Teenager
Archive for May, 2010. Article: The Pressures of Media and Society on Body Image. It has become hugely evident over the years the change and shift in the way women view themselves and their bodies. We’ve become a totally media dominated world and whether we’d like to admit it or not, we’re all influenced by the things we see and hear. Or Lose 5kg’s by Friday! The cover girl happened to be the former Miss Universe, so of course she would look absolutely beautiful just as she is! That even untouched we sho...
The Professional Vegan: New Compilation of Vegan and Vegetarian Blogs
Vegan Fashion For Sophisticated and Trendy Professionals. Thursday, November 19, 2009. New Compilation of Vegan and Vegetarian Blogs. Ashley M. Jones of Pharmacy Technician Certification. A website dedicated to providing resources to students contemplating or currently completing pharmacy technician certification from online schools and the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries in general - has compiled a list of the top 75 blogs for vegetarians and vegans. The Professional Vegan is among them! I effo...
Green Is Groovy: March 2012
Earth and Wallet Friendly Hints Gathered And Posted by An Eccentric, Vegetarian, Tree-Hugging Old Hippy PEACE. The borrower is the slave of the lender.". Thursday, March 29, 2012. Awesome reusable produce bag out of an old knit T-shirt. I love these produce bags! Instructions here: http:/ deliacreates.blogspot.com/2011/05/greeneasy-knit-produce-bag.html. Links to this post. Wednesday, March 28, 2012. The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil - Documentary Film. From El Tránsito Necesario. Take a...
Jo: September 2009
Thoughts of a radiation oncologist. Sunday, September 27, 2009. Well, it's been a while since my last post. I have every intention of starting up again, but first let me explain why:. My daughter, Cecilia Jang Lubetsky, was born on May 21st, 2009. Having her and raising her is the hardest thing I've ever done (and am doing), including med school, my PhD, internship, everything. She's also the most rewarding thing I've ever done (and am doing) and I would not change a thing. Subscribe to: Posts (Atom).
Jo: January 2009
Thoughts of a radiation oncologist. Tuesday, January 27, 2009. We went to Zahav. For entrees, we all got similar items. I got a ground beef and lamb entree (the "bulgarian) while Pete got a ground beef and lamb sausage ("Monsieur Merguez"), which was very very tasty, with good spiciness and texture. Then for dessert we shared a cashew baklava with white chocolate argan ice cream and a "konafi" which looked a little bit like sugar and chocolate deep fried noodles, topped with ice cream. I've known for a l...
Jo: March 2010
Thoughts of a radiation oncologist. Monday, March 29, 2010. One thing I've run across lately are a lot of radiology reports that seem to make statements or recommendations that are a little, well, off. First, let me make clear - my field is radiation. Oncology, NOT radiology. Another thing that I have to make clear is that in most cases, the radiologist that looks at images from a CT scan, MRI, ultrasound (etc.) never meets the patient, and often doesn't know their clinical history. Tuesday, March 2, 2010.