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Drumming Up Good Health

Publication: InTouch Magazine Author / Writer: Diane Cole   Robin McMurray was physically exhausted, emotionally drained, and downright frustrated. There was almost nothing she could do on her own. While she had beaten chronic myeloid leukemia, the treatments left her weak and tired. “I went from being…

Finding Out I Did Much of It Right

Publication: Senior Zone online Author / Writer: Gertrude O’Leary Wambach   Dear Family, This letter is meant to be a sort of update on current events for me, and filling you all in on what I am doing. My usual activities, walking, water exercise, writing class, helping…

Music’s Balm

Publication:  InTouch Magazine, Volume 3, 1 Author: Barbara Boughton     For Kathy Winter, chemotherapy treatments at Cleveland-Ireland Cancer Center were an anxiety-filled ordeal. “I was so desperate, and so frightened of chemotherapy that I felt like bolting out of the treatment room,” she says….

Musician, Heal Thyself

Publication: Grammy Magazine Author / Writer: Laurel Fishman   Three-year-old Nick had never spoken a word. In his early childhood class, he cried or jumped and spun around the room. The autistic boy refused to sit and avoided eye contact. Nick’s symptoms were typical of autism victim’s…

The Magic of Music

Publication: Case Management Journal Author / Writer: Mindy R. Toran   When you hear a song you like on the radio, your entire mood lightens. You sing along, hum the chorus, or snap your fingers. Listening to a tape or CD of your favorite artist help you…