3 Signs You Will Be Fine (Even if You Don't Feel Fine Right Now), and other Weekend Reads

by Helen Lamanna, AdvisorAnalyst.com

Here are this week's reading diversions for your personal enlightenment. Have an excellent weekend!

7 Cancer Signs You Shouldn’t Ignore (2/7) | Reader's Digest

Exhaustion can be an early sign of blood cancer and is associated with advanced stages of melanoma and cancers of the prostate and liver.


3 Signs You Will Be Fine (Even If You Don’t Feel Fine Right Now)

We all get caught up in our own heads sometimes. What you need to realize is that, regardless of what’s going on in your life, there’s a good chance you’ll be just fine. The world will keep turning, and life will be OK. We’re always obsessing over things that might go wrong, about the disheartening things people might think about us, and so on and so forth. In a nutshell, we’re focused on the negative possibilities only.


7 Reasons Your Eyes Are Blurry

Dry eye can be caused by some medicines, and even some habits. Reading, playing video games, watching TV, or working on the computer can all be culprits, since they can cut your blink rate. So follow the “20-20-20 rule” to help relax your eyes: Every 20 minutes you’re doing those activities, focus on something 20 feet away from you for 20 seconds.


Is There a Cancer-Probiotics Connection? | Health Headlines

It turns out probiotics might help cancer treatments, and other disease-fighting drugs, do their jobs better.


6 Reasons To NEVER Drink Another Diet Soda - FabOverFifty.com

Diets high in phosphoric acid are associated with lower bone density, hip fractures and osteoporosis. Guess what contains phosphorous? That’s right, cola. Phosphoric acid gives your diet Coke that tangy, acidic taste that’s so fun to drink, plus it prevents mold and bacteria from forming in the can. Yum? “The addition of caffeine also causes reduced calcium absorption,” points out Dr. Pedre. “If you’re drinking a diet cola or two a day, you’re really setting yourself up for osteoporosis in the long run.”


5 Popular Myths About Success that Need to Be Ignored

The first step is consistency. Once you become consistent with a small habit, only then should you begin to work harder at it.


Keeping Your Hormones in Check - Syrup - Beliefnet

Maple syrup is rich in manganese, which is needed to power up your body’s cells. Maple syrup also has anti-inflammation properties. High in zinc, maple syrup can help improve your immunity, especially by supporting the thymus gland.


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