Wonderful News – Top 6 Tips for Making Your Own health line news

Where are all the wonderful news stories? We are well aware that good news helps us feel better, sleep better and generally cope better with life. In some cases, people have cured themselves of diseases by surrounding themselves with laughter!

Here are the top six areas of life that we experience every day, how we can become aware of them, and make each and every day our own wonderful news day.


How great is it when someone tells you that you’re an inspiration? You may have simply been doing what you do without even thinking about it and as a result, someone has been moved to better themselves. What a feeling to know you have made a positive impact on someone. This could be anything from volunteering as a big brother/sister, offering gentle guidance, helping someone overcome a challenge, or simple encouragement. When was the last time you had that warm feeling of being inspired or inspiring?


Have you ever set yourself a challenge that, at the time, you thought was impossible? Maybe it was to climb Everest, run a mile, sail the world, lose 20 pounds, plant a garden or learn a new skill. Did you achieve it? How did it make you feel and how do you feel now thinking back on it? Fantastic I bet.

It’s wonderful to know you set your sights, focused on the objective and achieved your goal. Sharing the challenge with others boosts encouragement from them too. Just look at the people who line the streets for a marathon! One achievement leads to another which leads to another, building your confidence from within and from others.


What are you grateful for today? Maybe it’s your health, your job, your family, your home, your friends, your achievements. Maybe you’ve overcome an addiction or had a narrow escape from disaster.

If we look, we can always find others who are less fortunate in some way, than us. Being grateful for what we have means that we never take life for granted. A great way to realise just how lucky we are is to write a gratitude list every morning. Number one on the list might be ‘waking up”. Try it. We all have so much to be grateful for.


Have you ever had or have you ever been a friend, a shoulder to lean on, a lover, a guardian, a teacher, a parent, or a grandparent? Ever had a pet? These are just a few of the different relationships we experience in life. They all provide a multitude of memories. They all shape us. They are a necessity of life. They are to be treasured, remembered, learned from and shared.


What does this mean to you? How do you celebrate your health? There are many who have what would be considered hardly any health at all who achieve remarkable things and inspire others, all the while struggling from day–to–day. Health is personal and we know how great it is when we feel good. We also feel good sharing the joy of success in those less fortunate in health than us.

Fun and Happiness

What are you going to do today to have fun? What did you do yesterday? What makes you happy? The answers to these simple questions are sometimes very difficult. Life can take over and supersede our desires for these two areas.

However, when we are happy and having fun, our whole physiology changes positively. In fact, those around us get caught up in the good vibrations that we send out. In turn, these good vibrations continue to stretch to others.

So, how do we spread and share all the wonderful news in the world when we are surrounded with news that creates negative emotion?

There is an answer. Have a look below for a website that is dedicated to sharing the wonderful news in the world. It costs nothing. Share your inspiration, achievements and gratitude. Make relationships, create a healthy environment and most of all, have fun and be happy!

Wonderful News – Top 6 Tips for Making Your Own

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Please observe hand-out A. To view handout A see link at end of article

This article is about a discussion of the new sophisticated health care system suggested in article 2.
I am going to intentionally jump right into the middle of how the profile pattern such a system would be applied, so don’t be concerned if you are unable to fit all the pieces of the system together immediately.

Hopefully this block diagram in handout A will help bring the 100 test profile pattern of health information more into perspective to give you a better idea as to the extreme breadth and depth of the information gathering capacity of this system. I might add here that the same laboratory (100 test) profile is used thorough-out the system–at both the national research center and the state diagnostic centers.

The top block diagram represents the 100 separate tests at five graduations each–approximately 100 dots across with five lines of dots representing the 5 possible test levels for each test.

Below this block, on the left side of page, you see the two block diagrams that represent the individual’s health as well as environment. We know that any blood test taken reflects directly on our health and indirectly on our environment. This is represented on the far left with the dotted lines and arrows, showing that the blood tests reflect on both.

The vertical line extending from the bottom of the large 100-test block represents connection of the output of the 100 test profile pattern to both the research center (lower right) and the state diagnostic center.

In addition to the profile pattern test result information, the new medical research information system also needs to know just what the individual’s actual physical environment and present health conditions are. In other words, just what is it physically that those 100 blood tests are actually representing, what are they testing? We will be discussing environmental issues shortly and we will come back and explain the environmental report data. As for the health data output, shown here, that will be information provided by the physician as the result of a physical examination, including patient and family health histories.

All of the data fed into the State Diagnostic Center
and the National Research Center are provided by the physician’s office–including the results of the blood tests, the environmental report, and the patient’s physical examination report.

Please note that this information, being all from one individual, is referred to as case #1 where it enters the National Research Center on the lower right hand section of the chart. The same information is fed into the state diagnostic center, but for now we will skip over that, and concentrate on the Research Center. Please note that on the bottom of the Research Center block diagram, there is also a line that represents a reflection of tens of millions of other cases of input. All of the above input information would be repeated tens of millions of times from tens of millions of individuals (The motivation needed for use of the system by individuals and patients is fully discussed in the book. There would be very strong motivation even in the early stages of the system).

Now, if you would, please refer to the far lower left-hand corner of the handout for a minute, in order to better understand why (and how) the 100 individual tests provide far more information than the 100 individual bits of data. Let’s take a look at a situation that most of us are very familiar with. Among other considerations, common tests by our doctor during an office visit are body temperature and two blood pressure measurements. I have these three tests shown, drawn in at one of ten possible levels.

As an example let’s say your body temperature was very high, at 106. Now that in itself would of course be very significant, but it would obviously not provide the doctor with enough information for an accurate diagnosis. Say we now bring the blood pressure tests into the picture, the doctor would also of course need to know what those specific test level results were. Now there are three test result levels involved and if the results of any one of the three vary significantly it could obviously affect the diagnosis–of what our physical condition is. Most of us realize how important these test level results are. So, the diagnosis is, in effect, limited to the relationship of the individual test results to each other, which will be referred to for simplification as the “combination of the test results”. We can see that each combination of test the level results would represent a certain health related condition, — especially with the use of more tests.

Also, to illustrate the rapid buildup of test result data, it’s difficult to believe, that mathematically we actually have 1000 possible combinations involved in this limited three test example. These are combinations that could be read by a computer for possible meaningful results. All 1000 combinations would not likely provide meaningful information and of course could be eliminated where it was shown that those particular combinations were of little or no value. However, one could expect a large percentage to be of significance, especially so if the computer were used to also correlate all of the possible results directly to human health conditions.

Above we can see the enormous information correlating capacityof the proposed system and how that capacity could provide dramatic health related results. It also compares that type of information evaluation directly to a typical doctor’s office visit.

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