Memory Loss Can Be Reversed

Memory Loss Can Be Reversed

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It’s hard not to notice all the attention the media is giving to memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, and dementia. The coverage is so common that it’s almost a daily subject in the various media platforms. Although many articles are efforts to help people cope with the problem, others are unhelpful and spread fearful predictions.Continue Reading

What Do You Say When Someone Says We Are Living Too Long?

What Do You Say When Someone Says We Are Living Too Long?

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by Don Ingwerson

Aging and longevity have become one of the big subjects within health conversations. As with other health topics, age and living longer have many different consequences on health – like quality of life (possible loss of movement, mental acuity, etc.), societal impact, and economic impact.Continue Reading

Relying on God in the Foxhole of a Health Crisis

Relying on God in the Foxhole of a Health Crisis

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by Don Ingwerson

Have you ever heard the statement, “There are no atheists in a foxhole”? I recently came across this statement, and it really brought to mind the idea that although most of us aren’t actually hunkered down in a war zone foxhole, figuratively many of us feel that we are as we fight for health.Continue Reading

Don’t Enter into a Contract with Disease

Don't Enter into a Contract with Disease

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A guest post written by Charles Lindahl from Fullerton, California

When I listen to the current health care conversation, it appears that there’s an underlying assumption that it’s necessary to continuously monitor the body and intervene to maintain balance and wholeness. Even if the body is working fine, we are encouraged to take something to augment energy, heighten concentration, stimulate thinking, and promote sleep.Continue Reading

Dwelling in Love Fuels Spiritual Progress

Dwelling in Love Fuels Spiritual Progress

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A guest post written by Lani Meanley Collins from Santa Barbara, California

Life is full of blessings, but what I’ve noticed is that the human mind likes to dwell on the negative rather than on the blessings. If we’re not careful, we may find we are accepting this “trick” of negative thinking and see life as half full – or completely empty – and lose sight of these blessings.Continue Reading