Tag Archives: health
“Any third grader could enumerate the disadvantages of having such a condition, especially is he has an degree in ophthalmology.” But James Morris‘s (thick) glasses are half full.
“Now I live downtown. I’m like a deer, if deer wore wedge boots and lived on eggs and coffee.” Traci Cumbay celebrates her semi-walkable lifestyle.
“Senate Bill 373: It’s bad politics, bad health policy, and threatening to the Constitution. And it makes us look like idiots.” Tell us how you really feel, Ken Honeywell.
“Did the screaming kids know what Vincent knew? Did they see the things he saw? His therapist said they didn’t. His therapist said that most adults didn’t see what he saw, either.” New fiction by K.J. Wortendyke.
“You could mope and whine your way through the course of the virus, or you could let this Punchlist take you on a fever-dreamed journey, beyond your immune system’s incompetence and into a sub-societal neverland of privileges bestowed only upon the very, very flu-ridden.” Rave on, Sarah Murrell.
“You will get to do all the drugs you weren’t depressed enough to do in college and do them legally. If you already did them, you can always sell them.” Kara Panzer says that being depressed isn’t all bad.
“One day earlier, doctors had removed 65 percent of Jeff’s liver, an attempt to stem the spread of the cancer.” Carrie Gaffney spends New Year’s Eve with her brother.
“Like most mothers of five, my natural state is in the fetal position – clutching a gin and tonic containing a bendy straw.” Ann Landsberger comes up with five reasons to unfetal.
“We make Kraft Dinner for everything. Why not American Thanksgiving? And why spend hours and hours cooking a turkey when your K.D. is ready in seven minutes?” John Beeler suggests Thanksgiving Canadian-style.
“No two people have the same genetic makeup, and we all grow up in different circumstances, with differences in environment and nutrition and training and parenting and medical care. It’s not possible to have a level playing field.” Ken Honeywell suggests that anti-doping rules may be dopey.