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Men with heart disease who are more cynical, suspicious and impatient are more than twice as likely as their more trusting peers to wind up sick or hospitalized from heart problems, according to a study from New York's Mount Sinai Medical School.
Originally posted by Shoktek
Someone my family knows had just gone through years of medical school working hard, and just got something in his heart that killed him in a couple days in his early 20s.
Originally posted by Classified Info
I'm sorry to hear that. My cousin who is a doctor had astroke before he was 30 years old. Fortunatly for him he was making his rounds in the hospital that day and recognized what was taking place and because of that and the quick treatment he has made a complete recovery. It was a freak occurance.
Man, you really bring up some excellent points on how our spiritual self and spiritual growth plays such a huge role in overall health. I know that for myself, when I am trying to stay in tuned with my spirit I feel a lot better, have more energy and am more outgoing and cheerfull. When I starting letting the cares of the material world get to me too much my health goes downhill---a slight cold or overall lack of energy.
And about that certain healing green plant; I was not aware that it could not be discussed around here.