Do DNA tests, imperfect as they are right now, help us take control of our health, but do they also make us feel out of control of ourselves? This little hypochondriac has unearthed a little nugget of gold. Some time ago, I bought the MyHeritage DNA test, mainly for the ethnicity report. (I don't really … Continue reading The hypochondriac’s rabbit hole: the DNA test
Month: April 2020
short Happy Easter message.
Happy Easter and Easter season to everyone. Some worthy quotes to ponder: "And behold, I am with you always, until the end of the age.” Matthew 28:20 "There are also many other things that Jesus did, but if these were to be described individually, I do not think the whole world would contain the books … Continue reading short Happy Easter message.
In search of lost knowledge.
For a long time, I've been losing my memory. I can't pinpoint when exactly it started. I do remember that back in graduate school, around eight or nine years ago, it started getting difficult to comprehend things. I'm not sure of the specific reason why, either--there were a lot of factors, physical and mental. In … Continue reading In search of lost knowledge.
hypochondria. part 2. existential dread, suffering, and God.
At the height of my recent health hysteria, I realized that I am no way, at all, whatsoever, prepared to deal with a bad outcome. I didn’t even want to pray for help, as though asking God for strength would somehow jinx things or give him the idea to put me through a final trial. … Continue reading hypochondria. part 2. existential dread, suffering, and God.
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