CoSozo Living

September 2014
September, 2014
Rare Diseases
Battling a disease is hard. Dealing with a rare disease, particularly for your child, requires a lot of support, tenacity, and so much more!

In this issue

kombucha tea
Kombucha tea... you’ve seen or heard about it, you’ve maybe even tried it. But what is this funky tea everyone seems to be talking about these days?
 
slaying dragons
We've all heard the fairy tales where the beautiful princess is locked away in a room that's in the highest and farthest corner of a huge castle that is protected by a fierce, fire-breathing dragon.
concerned dad with sick child
My husband, Dan, and I were thrust into the world of bereavement on a warm sunny day in July 1985. Little did we know how that traumatic experience was going to change our lives forever.
woman consoling female friend
It's mind-boggling how much information you can hold within your mind over the course of your lifetime. It's even more titillating to consider just how much more wisdom you have yet to learn.
water drop concentric circles
OK so the move got away from me . . . (If you're just tuning in, you can read Part 1 of my story here!)
 
streaming blood cells
A new study by scientific researchers from MIT, Pennsylvania State University, and Carnegie Mellon University looks at the use of sound waves to sort cells. Why sort cells?
woman taking blood glucose test
Currently diabetics measure blood sugar by invasive methods - namely pricking their fingers to run a spot of their blood through a glucose monitoring device.
woman running
What is Failure?
Take a moment to feel into what failure means to you...
 
man in bed worrying
If you are human, you know about worry. Worry is the state of negative thinking we engage in when we are faced with a real or anticipated threat.

Featured Contributors

Seth J. Gillihan, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist with a practice in Haverford, PA. Dr. Gillihan’s clinical work focuses on empirically-suppo...
Mary Stewart Adams is the program director for the Headlands International Dark Sky Park in Emmet County, a role she undertakes a star lore historian,...
Donna Larsen is the Communications Director for the Green Burial Council, a tax-exempt, nonprofit organization working to encourage environmentally su...

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