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Worrysome to Worryless

Dec 17, 2017 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: family, Health, Uncategorized

There are a lot of things which we do not expect but it’s really happening in us. Yes, accepting it can be very hard and painful. Things that you didnt imagine that you will also experience. I have encountered a lot of cancer patients/client in my everyday work as claims representative but never in my mind that my father would be a victim also with this monster cells. I have comforted all of them with encouraging words but when it comes to myself I realized that it so hard to deal with it. I feel so depressed upon knowing that my father has a stage 2 gastric cancer. It seems that our world has shaken. Tears is the only way to express how we feel inside. It’s so hard. After 23days in the hospital my father was discharged already and is now recovering at home. It is so painful to see that he is losing weight but I know he will be ok and regain his strenght soon. We trust God for everything. He already been with us since from the first day until now and He will be with us always in this difficult journey. His words are the only anchor that we hold on. Papa please know that we are with you in this battle and we will do everything we can to bring your energy back. Just keep on holding on to God’s promise that He will never leave us nor forsake us.

Disease causing chemicals

Sep 22, 2009 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: Health

We may have traveled, moved, lived, or worked in a place where we were exposed to hazardous chemicals. I for one had worked in one factory of the like. But glad we have enough safety protection or measures/gears so we won’t inhale the dangerous particles and chemicals. One of them is asbestos. Prolonged exposure may lead to cancer, a type of asbestos-caused cancer in large number of small masses that invades through out our entire tissue area. Online CA review support and help, from information about the disease to treatments and cure or even your legal options. It’s a helpful site.

Fight for you

Apr 10, 2009 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: Health

Different environments and workplaces have different characteristics and quality, but what could be common between them is that the air that we breathe might not be good for our health. The sad thing is that some of the effects may not show up until several decades. An instance for this is the exposure to asbestos dust and particles that lead to mesothelioma cancer. So what can we do? In the first place companies and individual should always have preventive measures against harmful exposures to chemicals, but if you already have it, there also a lawyer who knows what to do, fight for you, so that victims will be justly compensated.

Alcohol increases risk of cancer

Sep 4, 2008 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: Health, Personal

Drinking alcohol is not good for our health as well as smoking are not good for our health. What I do not understand with so many people is that they continue on their vices no matter how government and health professional inform them of the bad effects of it. Some of them will not stop because they do not feel the side effects of it abruptly. May be that is one of the reasons why they continue on.

World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has warned the drinking alcohol increases risk of cancer.

There is now strong evidence that alcohol increases risk of breast cancer, bowel cancer, kidney cancer and cancers of the mouth, pharynx, larynx and esophagus.

WCRF recommend that if people drink alcohol at all, they limit consumption to two drinks a day for a man and one for a woman.

For more information on the link between alcohol and cancer risk, download the WCRF recommendations booklet at www.wcrf-uk.org/publications

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