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I watched The Cancer Report documentary over the weekend and wanted to burst. Actually you have to read this documentary, there’s no narration. Unfortunately, in our microwave society, too many people won’t take the hour and twenty minutes it takes to read the information provided therein. Find the Time If you or anyone you know… Read more

Fear of Colonoscopy

Well, after all of my recent posts on the colon, colon cancer and colonoscopies, I realized I hadn’t shared my experience with my life-changing event. The long and the short of it is that the prep work is the worst part and the actual colonoscopy was a breeze. The Prep Instructions There are several prep… Read more


There are a couple of good things that people don’t think about after having a colonoscopy. The first good thing is finding out whether or not you have a clean bill of health. Whichever way the diagnosis leads, it’s all good. If you are all clear, no polyps no tears, then that’s great. It’s a… Read more

Colon Cancer

First let me start this post by saying that I’m not an expert on colon cancer. My life has indirectly been affected by it so I get to vicariously experience what it can do. One of the first signs we noticed in hind sight was blood in or on the stool. If you think you… Read more


I started a small series on making small steps towards health but was sidetracked. There are some things that have to be addressed before taking a few small steps towards health (I had to butt in with this colon post). Very recently after undergoing a colonoscopy, someone very dear to me was diagnosed with colon… Read more


I felt it necessary to interrupt my series on small steps towards health to advise anyone and everyone 50 years of age and older who has never had a colonoscopy to schedule one now (think of this post as a news bulletin). If you have not had a colonoscopy and the following describes your lifestyle… Read more


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