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Aug 12, 2022

Lung Cancer Never Smoked

Prof. Keith Scott-Mumby

I read with sadness this week of the death of Judith Durham, lead singer of The Seekers pop/folk group from Australia. They were sensational and defined a whole era with songs like Morningtown Ride, Georgie Girl and—my favorite—I’ll Never Find Another You. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZf41UudAbI] The Seekers in their heyday The reason I bring this up is […] The post Lung Cancer Never Smoked appeared first on Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby.

Jul 7, 2012

Delirium Is Dangerous In The Elderly

Keith Scott-Mumby

Another reason for staying away from doctors if you want to live long and stay healthy. It’s been my saying for decades: if you want to live long, stay healthy and be happy… KEEP AWAY FROM DOCTORS! Now it emerges from a study just published (June 2012), one of the major risk factors for Alzheimer’s is going into hospital. It doubles your risk of becoming demented. That’s how little doctors and nurses know about health. They take it away, not restore it! I’m sure there are two main reasons: the deplorable food served in hospitals (negative nutrition, for someone already on the edge) and the cocktails of drugs, with side effects. Those who experienced delirium, which is a state of heightened confusion or unusual mood or behavior, while in the hospital were even less likely to go back to the way things were after hospital discharge, the researchers noticed. The study was published in the June 19 online issue of Annals of Internal Medicine.

Jul 7, 2012

Delirium Is Dangerous In The Elderly

Keith Scott-Mumby

Another reason for staying away from doctors if you want to live long and stay healthy. It’s been my saying for decades: if you want to live long, stay healthy and be happy… KEEP AWAY FROM DOCTORS! Now it emerges from a study just published (June 2012), one of the major risk factors for Alzheimer’s is going into hospital. It doubles your risk of becoming demented. That’s how little doctors and nurses know about health. They take it away, not restore it! I’m sure there are two main reasons: the deplorable food served in hospitals (negative nutrition, for someone already on the edge) and the cocktails of drugs, with side effects. Those who experienced delirium, which is a state of heightened confusion or unusual mood or behavior, while in the hospital were even less likely to go back to the way things were after hospital discharge, the researchers noticed. The study was published in the June 19 online issue of Annals of Internal Medicine.

Mar 5, 2011

Flattery Works But Is It Healthy?

Keith Scott-Mumby

Flattery   True or not, flattery works. Flattery – like everything else in our reality – is a frequency of energy. It it positive in that it uplifts you and makes you feels better about who you are. As with most issues – this all begins in childhood. A parent who does not praise and flatter their child – and hug them from time to time – will emotional damage the child. Not all children achieve the highest marks in school – or are over-achievers. If a child is doing their best – then praise is needed. In school – there is the praise of teachers and peers – which we all need when we do something special. In adult life we need flattery and praise from employers, co-workers, friends, spouses (other relationship partners) – and even our children. All of us like – and need – to be flattered from time to time. People just seem to be suckers for flattery as it goes to issues of acceptance and self esteem. If you have high self esteem – you can accept flattery and return compliments with ease. If you have low self esteem – you may wonder if there is an ulterior motive behind the flattery.

Mar 5, 2011

Flattery Works But Is It Healthy?

Keith Scott-Mumby

Flattery   True or not, flattery works. Flattery – like everything else in our reality – is a frequency of energy. It it positive in that it uplifts you and makes you feels better about who you are. As with most issues – this all begins in childhood. A parent who does not praise and flatter their child – and hug them from time to time – will emotional damage the child. Not all children achieve the highest marks in school – or are over-achievers. If a child is doing their best – then praise is needed. In school – there is the praise of teachers and peers – which we all need when we do something special. In adult life we need flattery and praise from employers, co-workers, friends, spouses (other relationship partners) – and even our children. All of us like – and need – to be flattered from time to time. People just seem to be suckers for flattery as it goes to issues of acceptance and self esteem. If you have high self esteem – you can accept flattery and return compliments with ease. If you have low self esteem – you may wonder if there is an ulterior motive behind the flattery.
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