April 2015

Too many people look to some kind of a “pill” to solve whatever ails them! Dr. Max Hammonds examines this notion in light of good common sense. We hear a lot today of the benefits both spiritual and physical of fasting. Dr. Elvin Adams take a careful look at what the Bible says of this…

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March 2015

More and more jurisdictions are legalizing marijuana—not just for medical use. The large amount of media publicity stimulates a lot of questions like: if it is being legalized, what is wrong with it? While it may not kill quickly, Dr. Elvin Adams article is very sobering as it discusses the impact of teen use of…

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December 2014

For many, holidays are a source of stress and unhappiness. They don’t have to be that way. Learn a few simple steps that can help you make your holidays truly a time to remember. Also, did you know that only a very small percentage of the population actually follow even the most basic lifestyle criteria…

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November 2014

It has become popular to decriminalize the use of marijuana. Many today think it is a “harmless” drug. We need to think again in light of recent evidence on its addictive nature. It is estimated that 10 of U.S. adolescents self-harm themselves. Find out more about this disturbing practice and what can be done about…

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October 2014

Cancer is a scary word for everyone. Yet, there is something that many can do to significantly lower their risk of 17 different kinds of cancer. Dr. Elvin Adams explores what you can do to reduce your chances of getting cancer. Dr. Max Hammonds sheds light on how gluten is not the only thing that…

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September 2014

We often shudder in disgust when we think of the sexual minorities. However, they experience significant health disparities which open up opportunities of service, compassion, and care. Brian Bell concludes his short series on digital wellness when some very practical suggestions of controlling what to many today has become almost uncontrollable.

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August 2014

Recent research supports demonstrates how sexting among 12-14 year olds dramatically increases high risk behaviors. You will be shocked. Parents must keep a careful eye on how their young teens are using their smartphones. Older young people today are being attracted to smoking water pipes thinking they do not pose the same risks as smoking.…

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July 2014

The impact of a mother’s choices at the time of conception may have a huge impact on the genetic traits of her offspring. Have you ever noticed how much fun kids have when they are playing? Is your exercise fun? It can be. Discover how in this issue.

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May 2014

Are the medications you might be taking giving you license to choose favorite, but more dangerous habits? Dr. Elvin Adams draws an important lesson from new data on statin use. Also, Dr. Max Hammonds suggests that in spite of all the advertising, most men do not need to take “T”. In fact simple lifestyle choices…

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April 2014

It is important for parents to recognize the impact of media on their kids is significant in many ways. Dr. Gary Hopkins explores some of these fascinating relationships. Last month we looked at the “Routines of the Healthy”. This month Brian Bell discusses the rewards of healthy routines.

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