by Don Ingwerson The pursuit of a healthy, harmonious long life is ongoing, with many searching for links to elements of lifestyle including greater income, higher education, and better health care access. But is there a direct link between these aspects of lifestyle and health? Not necessarily.
by Don Ingwerson I find it heartening that while there is still a tendency to view health care from 30,000 ft., more people in the health care arena are looking closely at the individual – realizing that health care is more effective when the whole person is treated.
A guest post written by Susan Berry from Cambria, California One of my favorite poems by Robert Frost is “The Road Not Taken.”
How can you shatter limiting expectations? My colleague Keith Wommack of Texas in his recent post on health shares how prayerful perseverance and patience can heal difficulties. Keith writes:
Shopping for effective health care? Eric Nelson, my colleague for Northern California, is a regular writer for the Communities Digital News and in his February 16, 2016, post shares his thoughts on making health care choices. According to historian Nancy Tomes, author of “Remaking the American Patient: How Madison Avenue and Modern Medicine Turned Patients Into Consumers,” the onslaught of […]