Need to know about your alternative and complementary healing possibilities – and conventional medical options? What to do with the kids – or anyone - bored out of their gourds as they recuperate from medical treatment or a trauma?

Here’s soothing reading material that clues you in on: How to pack for hospital stays, How to improve your mood on some of the worst days of your life, What to do when in-laws, outlaws and medical personnel are rude or otherwise harmful to you, Where to turn when you can't afford medical care, medication or other necessities, Easy solutions for preventing appointment scheduling conflicts, and How to deal with disabilities.

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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Do WIKILEAKS Scare You? Here's Relief!

B'SD

23 Kislev 5771


WOW, Wikileaks are raising blood pressures around the world! I bet that's affecting your health in many ways. Here's something for instant relief and recently released on the Internet:
the Giggle Box Project!

Since it is holiday season when advertisers and acquaintances insist that you "should" feel "happy," you might be feeling sadder than you can handle. Here's another helpful idea: As



advises, do things that leave you satisfied, soothed and rested. The book holds many suggestions for such activities, despite your physical limitations.


Speak with a therapist or member of the clergy who can help you to feel better. Remember what my book advises: work with someone who respects you. Anyone who tries to make your fearful or upset in any way is not someone who should be in your life. Especially not at a low point. Intimidation is NOT spiritual nor helpful.





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Monday, November 29, 2010

Hanuka Happens Wednesday Night! Give a Gift to Make Someone Feel Better.


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22 Kislev 5771

Need to know how to keep track of appointments? Paperwork? What to say to medical professionals or visitors who hurt your feelings?


HOW can you afford your medical necessities?

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Spend your free time reading about Chanuka/Hanuka and why we celebrate it. Click on
Beauty & the Greeks.

May your life be filled with light.



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Saturday, November 27, 2010

Arrest Your Allergies - or Your Child's - with RAYCOP!

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21 Kislev 5771


I am soooo skeptical of medical "innovations" but this one leaves me VERY favorably impressed!


I Facebooked about a phenomenal solution to allergy problems last week. Someone let me use a device called RAYCOP that vacuums furniture (bedding, chairs, couches) to pull out and KILL dust mites (and their "invisible to human eyes" dooty), dead skin shed by all normal humans, plus bacteria.

I've woken each morning since then without coughing or sneezing through the night. I lost the "allergic shiners" - dark bags - under my eyes too. I no longer have labored breathing each morning. I can sit on my couch and read without snoofling into handkerchiefs. And sunuvagun if my furniture now smells like fresh fabric, not stale furniture!

The RAYCOP machine is lightweight ( a child of 10 or so could handle it easily), easy to use, and has a pop-in/pop-out filter you can clean under a faucet.

If you or your children suffer allergies - especially in dusty Israel, I HIGHLY suggest the RAYCOP device. Share the news with Hebrew-speakers via
www.raycop.co.il/. If you need English explanations, click the far-left icon on the site.

My decongested nose is doing so well I can now deteect the scent of the perfume I put on each day. I used to guess at that before using RAYCOP.



Get more information when you contact

Raycop Israel Ltd.
Tel: 02-991-2610
Fax: 02-991-2611
e-mail: sales@raycopisrael.co.il





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Thursday, November 25, 2010

Have Happier Holidays: Here's How to Report Groping TSA Staff

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18 Kislev 5771






My E-book holds money-saving information about safe travel for ill people. But I never imagined that I'd need to address the safety and dignity of everyone else as I prepared the manuscript.

Anyone going through US airports faces humiliating defenselessness as strangers feel up your body parts! GOOD GAWD people we go through hoops to prevent perverts from moving into our neighborhoods or preying upon defenseless children and adults! This OUTRAGEOUS Terrorism sanctioned with government laws is beyond reason!

Americans, YOUR tax monies are paying for people to touch you in places you prefer to protect. Worse, the perverted pat-downs of TSA employees are another security problem altogether. TSA staff overlooks dangerous behaviors of terrorists while harassing law-abiding decent people.

This NY Post article is worth reading to save your dignity and to enhance your genuine security
Grope-a-Dopes: Support Law to Ban Invasive Searches!





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PS - Send me a message about YOUR
TSA gropefest problem
and how you dealt with it.




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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Brighten Up Hanuka for Someone Who's Sick!




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16 Kislev 5771








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Monday, November 22, 2010

Have a Little One Sick in Bed? Bring a BIG Smile to His/Her Face 1-2-3!

B'SD

15 Kislev 5771



Here's how to bring a BIG Smile to a younger child's face and heart. Tune in together to this sweet song and video!



By the way, there's lots of good stuff for sick kids listed in the Global Resources section of








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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Here's 1 EASY Way to Pack for a Hospital Stay!

B'SD

9 Kislev 5771


I bet you never thought a pillow could seem so scary.





Packing for a hospital stay can be confusing. What to leave behind? What's a necessity? Will one of the staff members steal your stuff?

I thought about that as I wrote


How good a job did I do? Check out this coment from one of my readers:


Rachel Ann Anolick:

"WOW... your check list guide
in your books is so on target."


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Sunday, November 7, 2010

The Global Day of Jewish Learning and Your Medical Expenses

B'SD

30 Cheshvan 5771



[This essay was prepared in advance of it's appearance today. I ask for your prayers as I face some unusual difficulties. YG].

I'm using November 7th's Global Day of Jewish Learning to share a few ideas with you about health. Financial health, as it relates to your medical life.

Medical problems are scary. The costs they incur add to the fear. A person begins to feel caught in a whirlpool sucking them down into ever-growing DEBT. You wonder if poverty will cause you to suffer worse, maybe to die.

One of the mottos at this blog, "Face Your Medical Problems with Dignity. Face Your Future with Optimism," addresses the nightmare. You need to feel secure that your thinking and planning skills are alright and that your funds are not disappearing in an out-of-control way on you.


Here's a Jewish way of looking at debt that applies to everyone: personal income is decided by GOD at Rosh HaShana (Jewish New Year) day. We then receive what has been predestined for us. Complications may arise in our financial picture, but they're part of that Heavenly accounting system, too.

Shlomo HaMelekh/King Solomon taught in Proverbs 28 that "A person who trusts in The One Above will be full of blessings..." There's more to that quote, but it's a tad off-topic. Let's focus on the trusting GOD part. Tough at times, I know. But a person can develop that trust in baby steps, little by little.

Practice praying in your heart, or even out loud (I do), and tell The Compassionate Creator that you're scared, what you need (specify the solution) and that you appreciate everything that GOD sent your way until now. Ask for clear-headed thinking skills so you can plan sensibly, for help in building your trust in the Creator, and for relief. Simply pour out your heart. Say everything on your mind, in your gut, and weighing on your heart.

I have felt the raw fear and heart-throbbing panic about growing medical debts and grim bottom lines. I'm not lecturing at you, I'm sharing hard-earned insights, coping strategies that eased my blood pressure several notches and helped me to recognize solutions appearing before me. All that was left for me to do was to make some choices. And to realize that G'D was right there with me. You're in the same position.

Rashi, a famous commentator on Jewish issues and Toraitic texts in Medieval times, taught that we need not fear losing our incomes to this or that problem. Why not? Because nothing messes up the Heavenly accounting system. Everyone in the world receives the funds, and spends the funds, allotted in the D'vine accounting system. The accounts are above nature. As events unfold before us, we simply witness the financial playout of what was decreed months ago.

Go ahead. Grumble, sing, weep, talk out loud with GOD. He's a captive audience so to speak. Always available to listen to us cry out and speak up about the issues that concern us.

And remember one more thing: it is a BIG merit in your favor when you pray for the relief of other people and/or take action to help them in some manner. Go ahead. Make someone's day. Speak kind words or take gracious action, maybe even provide some financial insight or assistance.

Do what you can. May Heaven help you as pleasantly as possible,



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Friday, November 5, 2010

Prostate Cancer Screening Controversy

B'SD

28 Cheshvan 5771


Here's something to tide you over my possible absence from future updates: This news item is relevant to my previous blogpost below. I hope you'll pray with me for a beneficial solution to a perplexing health problem:




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What to Do When Drugs Cause Problems they Should Prevent!

B'SD

28 Cheshvan 5771


This New York Times article names a nasty drug development and marketing problem hurting defenseless people already seriously ill and a possible solution:
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/17/health/policy/17drug.html

I read it and then responded to a relevant LinkedIn discussion. I hope this URL will work for non-members of LinkedIn:



If the link didn't work for you, read this reproduced repartee:


John Puma MD asked, "Is this part of DIY, farmers markets before pharmacies, Facebook before family doc, food before drugs? Is it one idea?"

I responded, "It's an interesting take on a difficult dilemma: struggling to prevent one serious problem as we're inadvertently causing others. The intense, short-term pressure to seize solutions before their long-term effects are assessed is gut-wrenching. There are very real time limits on when we can no longer try to salvage or to save endangered lives. So we plunge into the Unknown hoping for the best. But some alleged Unknowns aren't. Evidence exists that some alternatives are better than drugs and surgery. But knowledge of those alternatives might be suppressed/unintentionally limited.

John, I've participated in discussions on this and other LinkedIn lists, and share a consensus with fellow respondents that food can - demonstrably - be medicine. FWIW, I advocate the use of superb nutrition while or instead of pursuing medical procedures. The effects of nutrition have been observed for thousands of years. Their trials are over. Dr .Dean Ornish reverses heart disease with food and lifestyle changes instead of cardiac procedures. Other medical trailblazers do likewise. Choosing low-tech lifestyle changes is risky, frightening and a personal judgment call. It's not a sure thing in any manner. But documented evidence proves that alternative healing/prevention techniques do succeed.

I'm marketing a feature story I wrote about extremely effective low-tech solutions for making the most of the remaining vision in brain-injured patients. The lesson of the medical experts quoted in my piece is this: western medicine too often opts for expensive procedures and/or medications when less lucrative, equally or more effective solutions exist. Patients are not necessarily fully informed of those low-cost, low-risk and high-yield options. Medical practitioners are pressured to make sustainable incomes as insurance companies pull their financial chains. It all makes for a moral mess.

I don't know how best to respond to your "Is this part of DIY?" question with guaranteed validity. I'll take a risk and remark that opening the discussion to invite broader thought processes and considerations (far beyond merely one idea) is a step in very productive directions.

I'm grateful that you have the courage to broach the topic. BTW, I recovered my sight due to a horrific medical situation that almost killed me. Surgery saved my life but not my sight. That returned after I made lifestyle changes. Shocked the heck outta my medical team (mostly teaching professors). I explain how similar choices can save other lives and their quality in an E-book praised by medical and mental health professionals: It's MY Crisis! And I'll Cry If I Need To: EMPOWER Yourself to Cope with a Medical Challenge."


John summed up our thoughts with "Thanks for the really thoughtful response, Yocheved, and good luck with your feature story: I think entertainment venues are underestimated in medicine as effective ways of communicating and actually healing as well. Warm regards, JL"
~*~
Readers, I hope that you and someone who cares about you will ask important questions about the medications recommended to you. The impact on your life could be very, very important.

BTW, I might need to take some time off from updating the blog. My life is a bit hectic just now. I'll do my best to tap at you regularly and ask that you forgive me for occasional lapses.





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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Why You Need to Read an E-book Medical and Mental Health Professionals Recommend!

B'SD

27 Cheshvan 5771

Sick? Scared?
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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

VOTE for a Book that Helps & Inspires You!

B'SD

26 Cheshvan 5771



The Musella Brain Foundation for Brain Tumor Research & Information Foundation lists my two books about how to cope with medical crises on its "Recommended Reading" page.

Readers call both books "Inspirational," "Self-help," "Do-it-Yourself Health Care" and "Spiritual." Hadassah Ein Kerem hospital features my book in the Kivunim/Patient Information Center. Other medical and mental health professionals use, sell or promote my works in their offices.

I hope you'll take a moment to vote for your preferred edition, or vote for both books!


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Yocheved Golani

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Author of E-book "It's MY Crisis! And I'll Cry If I Need To: EMPOWER Yourself to Cope with a Medical Challenge" http://www.booklocker.com/books/4244.html

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Good Wheels: Fully-Abled Fun for Disabled Riders!


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25 Cheshvan 5771


As promised, here's some follow-up to a feature story I did last year. The action takes place at ISCD, Israel's (PHENOMENAL) Center for the Disabled. It's home to people recovering from acts of terrorism, sport injuries and other matters. Many patients here graduate to mainstream into the rest of society. (Psst: The 2nd rider on the 2-person bike above is a partially sighted woman).

This is a letter that ISCD's super fundraiser Stu Nitzkin recently shared with me:


Good Wheels 2010– Israel
October 17-20th


Do you know how you feel when you finish a 10K run, a Marathon, a triathlon, or actually any athletic goal you set for yourself? It’s that emotional high that you feel by knowing you were successful in achieving your goals. Well, that’s how my husband and I felt last week after completing four amazing days of the Good Wheels Ride that was sponsored by the Israel Sports Center for the Disabled in Ramat Gan. Together with over 400 bike riders, we conquered and converged into the Negev landscape as we road together- able and disabled bodies riders for 400 km .

We were roped into this project five months ago when we had dinner at friends of ours; Ella and Izik Kohn. Ella’s father was a disabled athlete who grew up in Spivak (the Israel Sports Center), and as a young adult with polio he represented Israel in a number of Olympic and Maccabi competitions. Ella suggested we all go on the ride and as good friends we of course agreed it would be fun. Each rider is required to pledge 5000 shekels donation for the event. We had five months before the ride, and I started to train.

On Sunday morning, the 17th of October, we arrived at the ISCD in Ramat Gan at 5:00 a.m., together with another 150 riders – loaded our bikes and ourselves on to buses and rode to Kibbutz Tze’elim in the Negev. There we met another 250 riders who came directly to the Kibbutz. Together we took off, over 400 riders on the first day of the tour.

There were over 100 disabled riders who participated on tandem bikes, hand operated bikes, and various modified bikes to accommodate their specific needs. A large group (130 riders) came from Bank Mizrachi, as well as Bank Hapoalim, Amdox, Radvar, Perdego, Migdal, and many other companies. There were also 50 participants from Etgarim (Challenge), a unique organization that specializes in bringing the physically challenged to the great outdoors.


On the first day, the police closed the roads for us, and we rode on two different route lengths: the long route – 86km and the short route – 50 km. We started and ended at Kibbutz Tze’elim riding thru the Western Negev and its surrounding farmlands. The day was a mixture of socializing with our fellow riders and acclimating ourselves to the hot, dry landscape. All along the route, we were met with cold drinks, fruit stops, and loads of backup support from the organizers of the Good Wheels Ride.

The next day was the longest and hardest day in the tour. We started early in the morning, now only around 100 riders, 25% of them were disabled riders with their guides ready to ride tandem on special bikes for the blind and disabled, or on the hand operated bikes. Today the long route was designed as a 126km route, while the short route, also quite challenging, was 70km long. We rode from Zte’elim to the Gaza Border at the Kerem Shalom crossing, watching the many trucks queuing to cross the border into Gaza with building materials, produce, and many other commercial products.

From there we turned South West down Route 10 parallel to the Egyptian border. The route took us through the varied landscape of the Haluza dunes, Agur dunes, Nitzana, Kadesh Barnea extension, and the Negev Mountain Nature Reserve ending at the second highest mountain in the South. We passed many bored soldiers from both sides of the borders – Israeli and Egyptian, who were surprised to see the long trail of riders passing their outposts. We continued for 95 km, stopping every few hours to refresh and refuel – the temperature was 38 C [Yocheved's note: 38C is well over 105 Farenheit].

At 2:30 pm we started to climb, covering the over 850 meter climb in an hour and a half. Unfortunately, we never made our full goal of 126km to the top of Mt. Harif (in English it means spicy, hot) because the army closes the road at 4:00p.m.; only 8km short of our goal. We were exhausted but exhilarated from the ride.

That night we slept in Har Hanegev Field School. The third day titled: “Crime and punishment”, started with an amazing ride from the highest mountain in the south to the Arava desert. We departed from Mitzpe Ramon toward The Ramon Crater, an erosion crater, the largest of its kind in the world, through the many descents and ascents of the local landscape and ending at Kibbutz Ketora where we jumped head first into their blessed swimming pool. The temperature outside was 43C when we finished our last descent into the Arava. I must admit, I wasn’t a huge fan of riding on Route 40 down and up the mountains – with trucks and buses roaring by, but riding downhill at over 65kmh (Adi was going over 80kmh), it was both a thrilling and frightening ride.


Wednesday was our last day, a relatively easy ride from Mitzpe Rimon to Yerucham, rolling hills and flat routes. Truthfully, we were all so absorbed in remembering the incredible evening we had the night before – here the Sports Center for the Disabled introduced us to the next generation of athletes – the real Heroes of this story. We meet Boaz Kramer, assistant director of the Center; Boaz was born paralyzed in both legs and one arm, having completed medical school, and is the number 14th in the world in Disabled Tennis. Boaz introduced us to Ashel Shabo, 17 years old who lost his leg in a terrorist attack 9 years ago. Ashel also lost his mother, and three siblings in the same attack. Ashel, now a swimmer, is Israel’s future medal hopeful in the 2012 London Para Olympics . The last athlete was 14 year old Caroline Tabib, also born paralyzed from her hips down, number one in Israel in ping pong, and was a delight to hear her enthusiasm and love for the sport and the Center. It was enough to meet these kids and realize that they have achieved goals that many able body people can only dream about. They are the true inspiration for this whole week.


Finally, after almost 400 km, and 4 days, we gathered together in Tel-Aviv, and rode as a group from the Tel Baruch beach through the Hayarkon Park into the Center in Ramat Gan. There we were greeted with shofar blowing, drums, cymbals, and hundreds of family members for a memorable final ceremony with all of the participants.


If I compare the physical efforts of the able body versus the disabled body participants in the Good Wheels 2010, I can truly say: there is no difference between the two groups. We both endured long hot routes, saddle sore rear ends, blazing temperatures, healthy but not gourmet meals, and sparse accommodations. But we laughed a lot, we cried together, and we made lifetime friends with wonderful people. So we are inviting you to join us next year on this adventure. We’ve already signed up again, so please go to the website of the Israel Center for the Disabled at: www.iscd.com and read about Good Wheels 2011. Start collecting your pledges already – and hopefully we’ll see you next year.

Best Wishes,
Adi & Hildy Karev



If you want to donate to ISCD and help its patient population to rise above present limitations, see Israel Sport Center For the Disabled.

Contact information in Israel:


Phone: +972-3-5754444
Fax: +972-3-7511649
Mail: 123 Rokach Street, Ramat Gan, Israel, 52535
E-mail: info@iscd.com





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Monday, November 1, 2010

Facing Reality

B'SD

24 Cheshvan 5771



Readers, for weeks I've been struggling to prepare the blog at my usual speed several times weekly. I recently indicated to you that the appearance and function of my eyes has been changing lately. It's been rather hard for me to read let alone to prepare content. So, I haven't updated the blog as usual.

The good news is that A) Due to the terrific care I invest in myself (organic diet, sound sleep habits, stress-reducing activities), my eyes are literally struggling to reach optimal vision in short order, and B) My optic nerves are still recovering from trauma more than five years after my life-saving surgery. WHEW.

But the reality is that my optic nerves have a ways to go before they'll be in what's considered "normal range."

This morning my eye doctor found out how to accomodate the temporary glitch. Nothing serious, no surgery or medication necessary. All I need to do is some physical adjustment of my eyewear and the text I'm working on.

Stand by for a fun update about how severely disabled people have fully-abled FUN! It's a follow-up to a feature I did last year and the first-ever guestpost on my blog.


Tap at you soon, GOD willing,




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