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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, June 25, 1974 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Doris Clark Grandma preaches yoga path to health DEAR DORIS. What do you think of yoga and meditation? I am a grandmother and have done yoga for many years I look slim and am very ac- tive I teach it to my children and grandchildren and they are healthy; they eat and sleep well. In the meditation we sit comfortably and think about pleasant and lovely things. It seems to give the mind a rest. I love your column and always read it. I have some hefty friends who don't believe in yoga to get in shape and are ashamed to try it without losing some weight first through diet. I am enclos- ing 25 cents and stamped envelope for a copy of your Simple Reducing Diet for them. Happy and Healthy. DEARH. ANDY.: Anything that makes people sit and think is better than the rat race we are inclined to get into these days. We all need time to consider ourselves, our lives, our philosophy of life Time to see and enjoy what is beautiful. As one poet puts it "What is this life if, full of care, we have no time to stand and Of course, the yoga exer- cises which help us keep nimble and supple are fine I expect you use reasonable discretion, getting instructions as to just how far to go with the bends and twists, suiting them to the age and general physiques of the participants. It is great to hear of a grandma who preaches health and happiness every day of her life. Hope the diet helps your hefty friends to tune in. DEAR DORIS: My mother had an opera- tion on her hip about three years ago for arthritis. Before Christmas she went into the hospital again, because she had open ul- cers on her legs, apparent- ly from the arthritis. She is now staying with a sister. The legs are swollen very badly again, she has blisters on them and they are running. If she were a rich person the doctors could probably make her well But because she is 69 and living on a pension, it seems to me the doctors don't care. There must be some good doctors somewhere. I have read where important peo- ple who have terrible dis- eases have been brought back to good health because they have a lot of money. Because people like Mom, live on govern- ment money they think they don't matter. I wonder if there are any real Dr. Welby's around? Any Hope? DEAR ANY HOPE: If her doctor seems neglectful, it is more likely because he is rushed off his feet than because of how he is paid The blessing of our medical insurance plan is that medical care does not Stavely, STAVELY AUCTION MARKET Cattle Sales Start at a.m. EVERY WEDNESDAY Call Bob McNain-Mgr. 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