What is Happiness?
Happiness does not depend on having more things, getting your own way or doing what you think it should. Happiness comes from knowing that while we cant make an unhappy person happy, we are constantly and inevitably affecting other peoples wellbeing. All our encounters with others lift their spirits or lower them. Taking this power seriously is a crucial way of growing into our highest potential. We need to shift our thinking from 'What will make me happy?' to 'How can I most positively affect the world around me?'. Being a source of happiness, support, interest, comfort and wellbeing for others will transform our own lives.

'A Breath Test for Breast Cancer'

Its been nearly eight years since my mum passed away from breast cancer and it still seems like yesterday. Such a big part of me died when she did. My mum was such a strong woman, she didnt share with my brother and myself that she had breast cancer until the last six weeks of her life, she never believed in doctors and their medicines, only in natural alternative medicines. But cancer is such a horrible invasion on the body, so aggresive and shows no mercy, in the end it took her life. I nursed her at home for those last six weeks, so hard but such a privilege, both of us would not have had it any other way. Gone but never ever forgotten. Love You Mum!
Great news. New technology has created a device that is said to detect breast cancer before even a mammogram can catch it. The good news is that this device doesn’t involve the painful and often uncomfortable experience that mammograms provide. In fact, it doesn’t involve examining your breasts at all.
The only thing needed is your breath.
That’s right, the innovative device used to detect early cases of breast cancer is a special breathalyzer. Similar to the way police use breathalyzer’s to figure out how much alcohol a person has consumed, the breast cancer breathalyzer is able to detect early stage breast cancer before it spreads. Medical studies have found that the body actually produces certain types of chemicals into a person’s breath and certain patterns set off early signs of breast cancer. The breathalyzer is then able to pick up on those patterns, allowing doctors to make an early diagnosis. Read the full article here...


KellyKim said...

Dear Tanya,
Thanks for sharing such a great info about breast cancer ;)
Stopping by to say Hi!