Can the Goliath Disease (Alzheimer’s) be Defeated?

Can the Goliath Disease (Alzheimer's) be Defeated?by Don Ingwerson

Despite the billions spent on medical research, some health conditions and diseases still appear insurmountable.

Take Alzheimer’s disease. When I first heard about this terrible, seemingly untreatable condition, I saw how David must have felt when he first saw the towering figure of Goliath.Continue Reading

How to Take Lessons Learned in Tennis into Life’s Game

How to Take Lessons Learned in Tennis into Life's Gameby Don Ingwerson

Ask anyone what they think is the most important thing in life, and they’ll usually give the same answer – health. So I was not surprised when I met Roy at a community meeting where we discussed spirituality and healthy life styles. What he said showed that the development of qualities of the inner self were not only more important than his daily work, but also that these inner qualities were quite significant in determining the quality of everyday life experiences.Continue Reading

Participating in the Health Conversation

Participating in the Health Conversati

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by Don Ingwerson

Health – it’s on everyone’s mind in one way or another. It directly affects quality of life and the ability to find happiness and purpose. But have you ever wondered why I – as a Christian Scientist – am spending so much time on the topic?
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Looking Beyond the Brain for Health

Looking Beyond the Brain for Health

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by Don Ingwerson

Is it important to focus entirely on the body in order to know how to maintain your health? Is health exclusively dependent on material things (blood, bones, etc.), as has been generally accepted over time? Or does the fact that the body is comprised of energy suggest that health is affected and controlled by something else?Continue Reading

A Mind Already Full

A Mind Already Full

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A guest post written by Evelyn Brookins from Laguna Niguel, California

I recently saw a video blog about how psychiatrists have concluded that the fear of disease is itself a disease. What I found thought provoking was the source of our fear of disease, which led me to recall being carefully taught in school about germs and infections.Continue Reading