Deb Brandon: Living in Radiant Color

Brain Injury Awareness Month: March 31st

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and I’m posting a new resource every day! Today’s resource is The Bob Woodruff Foundation. The Bob Woodruff Foundation ensures that our nation’s impacted veterans, service members, and their families have access to the highest level of support and resources they have earned, for as long as they need … Read more

Brain Injury Awareness Month: March 29th

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and I’m posting a new resource every day! Today’s Brain Injury Awareness Month resource is What is a Cavernous Malformation? by Joseph M. Zabramski, MD. CCM, cavernoma, cavernous angioma, cavernous hemangioma, cavernous malformation—different names for the same thing, but what are they, exactly? This article by Dr. Zabramski, Professor … Read more

Brain Injury Awareness Month: March 28th

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and I’m posting a new resource every day! Today’s Brain Injury Awareness Month resource is A Hole in the Head: A History of Trepanation by Charles G. Gross (excerpt in The MIT Press Reader). Trepanning—ancient and modern? Yep! Drilling and removing circular piece of bone from the skull is … Read more

Brain Injury Awareness Month: March 27th

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and I’m posting a new resource every day! Today’s Brain Injury Awareness Month resource is the Brain Injury Hope Network, a group for all whose lives are affected by brain injury. On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/braininjuryhopenetwork On Instagram: @braininjuryhopenetwork More info: http://braininjuryhope.org/ Be sure to check out Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn … Read more

Sigh

Perhaps stopping consuming chocolate cold-turkey would be the best strategy. And it worked. During the first few months chocolate-free, I felt a twinge of regret when a moist chocolate cake crossed my path, especially black forest cake, or when I was offered a slab of Belgian chocolate. But as the years passed, those twinges occurred less and less frequently. Until my latest trip to Israel.