Monthly Archives: October 2017

Morbidity Rate of Depression

If you feel depressed, your life may shorten. According to results of a study released recently which followed the lives of 3400 Canadian adults from 1952 to 1992, people with depression experienced a shorter life span than those without it. … Continue reading

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Death by Avalanche, Suicide: Hayden Kennedy

Although suicide is twice a common as homicide, the unusual suicide of world-class rock climber Hayden Kennedy caught my eye. ¬†On Saturday October 7, 2017,¬†Kennedy, 27, and girlfriend Inge Perkins, 23, skied together on Imp Peak in the southern Madison … Continue reading

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Watch for Gordon’s new blog next Friday

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Aging Process: A Shot Across My Bow

Although I’m in good health and active with physical and mental exercise, the past year has brought me a new awareness of slowing. For the past year, I, with my doctors, have struggled to understand certain “spells” I experienced. Standing … Continue reading

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