Long Term Care

I had to wait 110 years to become famous. I wanted to enjoy it as long as possible - Jeanne Louise Calment (1875-1997)

Long Term Care

image by: GDJ
     

HWN Recommends

Why I’m Kind of Like a European

Time is short. We might as well laugh...

Even though I don’t speak European, I think I’m kind of like one. Here are the reasons in no particular order:

  • I have a small refrigerator and no ice maker.
  • My TV is 11 by 13 (inches not feet). Or maybe I should say centimeters not meters but I’m not sure how big those are.
  • I like things that are old and dusty. By this I mean every thing I own.
  • My car is a Toyota, which I'm pretty sure is a European brand.
  • I live in a flat or maybe a pied a terre. 
  • I go to the market at least once a day.
  • I listen to Edith Piaf on Pandora. And Andrea Bocelli. Even when they sing in European.
  • I…

read full article

Resources

Related Articles

Health in Death: Why We Should All Favor the Ultimate Self-Determination

Health in Death: Why We Should All Favor the Ultimate Self-Determination

Brittany Maynard made national headlines with her choice to spare herself and her loved ones some of the horror that her brain cancer would otherwise inevitably have inflicted upon them. But it wasn't easy. In a country that prides itself on freedom, the U.S.A. has some backwards ideas about life and death.

Health in Death: Why We Should All Favor the Ultimate Self-Determination

Health in Death: Why We Should All Favor the Ultimate Self-Determination

Brittany Maynard made national headlines with her choice to spare herself and her loved ones some of the horror that her brain cancer would otherwise inevitably have inflicted upon them. But it wasn't easy. In a country that prides itself on freedom, the U.S.A. has some backwards ideas about life and death.

Health in Death: Why We Should All Favor the Ultimate Self-Determination

Health in Death: Why We Should All Favor the Ultimate Self-Determination

Brittany Maynard made national headlines with her choice to spare herself and her loved ones some of the horror that her brain cancer would otherwise inevitably have inflicted upon them. But it wasn't easy. In a country that prides itself on freedom, the U.S.A. has some backwards ideas about life and death.

Stay Connected

©2019 | HealthWorldNet, Inc. | 108121

Last Updated : Saturday, December 28, 2019