The Edgar Cayce Legacy: Evidence vs. Anecdote

old hospital bed

Part 1 of 4 It can be hard to date the origin of any term. I first heard the term “evidence-based practice” sometime in the late 90’s. It’s an offshoot of “evidence-based medicine,” introduced around 1992.  The idea behind it wasn’t new. The term was. Over the years usage spread into areas tangential to healthcare. That a provider…

Special Exercises Before Sleep Can Help Your Blood Pressure

Sometimes doing an action can take the place of taking a certain medication. It’s generally better to do something rather than take something. You can save money, avoid drug interactions, side effects, and often enjoy other wide-ranging benefits.   These actions can often be fun. Exercise can prevent and treat depression; gardening can too. Meeting with friends can fight depression too.  Coughing and deep breathing has…