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Long Ago Lessons We Need To Relearn

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You can choose to live in peace and harmony with your neighbors, or you can go to church.

 


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All true, but I'm going to split hairs over number 6.

 

Of course, Yoga won't cure cancer.  This is when we call in the Oncology team.  Yoga still has a valuable place as part of that team.  Anything that helps the patient with stress and pain, will enhance survival.  Nutrition also won't cure cancer, but it helps people with any health issue.  Relaxing music won't do the job either -- or massage therapy -- but it all helps.


 

 

 

 

Sorry -- I hit quote instead of edit.


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I agree about Yoga. It does not belong on a list of health care frauds.  It is not typically put forth as a medical procedure, and yoga does have benefits.


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I agree about Yoga. It does not belong on a list of health care frauds.  It is not typically put forth as a medical procedure, and yoga does have benefits.

 

I take a Yoga class at one of my senior centers, along with qi gong.  They help with my Arthritis.  The problem is that while these disciplines have good therapeutic benefit -- they keep company with a lot of woo.  It's guilt by association.  


Minister, Universal Church Triumphant of the Apathetic Agnostic (02/20/2002)
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Minister, First Church of Atheism (05/10/2008)


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