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Better Breathing and Help for Panic Attacks

Better Breathing and Help for Panic Attacks

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.havabee.breathe From the Google Play Store description: Breathe has 3 default breathing exercises and allows you to create your own custom breathing patterns: Equal Breathing: helps you to relax, focus, and be present. Box Breathing: also known as four-square breathing, is a simple and highly effective technique for stress relief. 4-7-8 Breathing: also called “The … Continue reading

Low Fiber Colonoscopy prep Foods

Low Fiber Colonoscopy prep Foods

I would like to compile a list of ingredients and recipes and clear liquid foods that are recommended for folks who are preparing for a colonoscopy. I would like the list of be clear and unambiguous and approved by the doctors. One of the goals is to clarify and provide specific examples from the current … Continue reading

Snorkeling Trips and Strong Swimmers

Snorkeling Trips and Strong Swimmers

If you are a strong swimmer, you may be disappointed with how you are treated when you go on a “snorkeling” trip in a tropical location.  Some places require you to wear a life vest and have other restrictions.  The first clue that this is not a real snorkeling trip is, they don’t ask if … Continue reading

Feature Request for Contacts – Stock Android

This URL for this request is at: https://garyjohnson53.wordpress.com/2019/10/08/feature-request-for-contacts/ Update Nov 11, 2019 I made some Project Fi support requests and posted questions on the Google Fi support forum before I wrote this.  To my suprise, I found this setting in the Google Fi app on my phone.  Select Spam and blocked numbers,  Block spam calls.  We … Continue reading

Free Health Care

Single Payer, Universal Healthcare, Medicare for all, the Canadian Model, whatever you want to call it. I am for it. Canada’s universal, publicly funded health–care system—known as Medicare—is a source of national pride, and a model of universal health coverage. It provides relatively equitable access to physician and hospital services through 13 provincial and territorial tax-funded public insurance plans. I think … Continue reading