Thursday, 4 December 2014


Many people ignore potential warning signs of cancer, a new British survey found. Measure your health by your sympathy with morning and spring. If there is no response in you to the awakening of nature, if the prospect of an early morning walk does not banish sleep, if the warble of the first bluebird does not thrill you, know that the morning and spring of your life are past. Thus may you feel your pulse.

The study involved 1,700 people aged 50 and older in the United Kingdom who completed a health questionnaire listing 17 symptoms, including 10 widely publicized possible cancer symptoms. The symptoms included unexplained cough, bleeding, or significant changes in bowel or bladder activity. It's not the work which kills people, it's the worry. It's not the revolution that destroys machinery it's the friction. Hence ignoring the obvious seems a better choice. 

Some people think that doctors and specialists can put scrambled eggs back into a shell. Most our times we can help avoid it being too late. 

While 53 percent of the participants said they had experienced at least one of the potential cancer symptoms in the previous three months, only 2 percent thought cancer was a possible cause of those symptoms.

In many cases, people attributed potential signs of cancer to reasons such as age, infection, arthritis, cysts and hemorrhoids, according to the Cancer Research U.K. It's a believe that you can have whatever you really want in this life, in one form or another, sooner or later. All you have to do is take care of your health and be lucky enough to live for a while. But you can't have it all at once and you can't have it forever. No life has the room for everything in it. Life then is simply not what we wish it to be or what we think it should be at times but cause and effect. The consequences of what we or others do or do not do that's our life. 

Be rest assured that many people with potential warning symptoms don't have cancer, but some will and others may have other diseases that would benefit from early attention.

That's why it's important that these symptoms are checked out, especially if they don't go away. All bodies are slow in growth but rapid in decay.

A man too busy to take care of his health is like a mechanic too busy to take care of his tools.

Would it sound worrying that even the more obvious warning symptoms, such as unexplained lumps or changes to the appearance of a mole, were rarely attributed to cancer, although they are often well recognised in surveys that assess the public's knowledge of the disease. 

Is it not a great principle for all of the living that, people who will really accomplish great things in life are those who are willing to discipline their lives, who maintain their health, their vitality, their efficiency through this process of rigorous disciplining of what they take into their bodies and what they do in life. It's a very important thing in terms of championship living.

Pain comes very quick but goes very slow and if it's left too long, it cuts too deep. I don't know what I believe but I think diagnosing cancer early saves lives because it gives patients a better chance that treatments will be successful.