Monthly Archives: August 2014

Police Rampage in Mo.

We are witnessing in Ferguson, Mo. the oppression of a black community, which, of course isn’t out of the ordinary, with the attendant arrests of working journalists and photographers documenting this violent crackdown. Not only was there the shooting of … Continue reading

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The War in the Gaza Strip Continues

The war in the Gaza Strip has fallen off the front pages as the racial strife in Ferguson has taken dominated the media. But the crisis in Gaza has not let up. Cease fires fall apart with numbing regularity. While … Continue reading

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Daily Walking for Pain Patients

This may seem paradoxical, but even though I’ve been disabled for 20 years, I’ve been able to walk, after extensive spinal surgery 15 years ago, nearly 4 miles most mornings. There are mornings when either the pain or collagenous colitis … Continue reading

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Living With Pain: TIME & AGING

My latest column for the National Pain Report can be read & commented on @ http://americannewsreport.com/nationalpainreport/living-with-pain-time-and-aging-8824510.html This one is on the movement of time throughout our life span and how time with aging my affect our resiliency.

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