Recently I received some health news I didn’t want to hear. It wasn’t the answer I had prayed for. And now I’m in a pattern I don’t really care for: medical reports, tests, wait, more tests, wait, schedule surgery, ad nauseum. Many of you have been there or watched someone else go through the process.… Read More
Live Life Laughing: Health
Q. What did the man say to the x-ray technician after swallowing some money?A. Did you see any change in me? Q. What did one tonsil say to the other tonsil? A. Get dressed up — the doctor is taking us out! Q. Why is a doctor always calm? A. Because they have a lot… Read More
Our Daily Bread
Our bodies need nourishment daily for health and strength. This is how God created us. Jesus reminds us of our physical need for sustenance when he describes himself as the Bread of Life. “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never be hungry again. Whoever believes in me will never be… Read More
Make Stress Your Friend and It Helps You Be Healthy
Health psychologist Kelly cGonigal confesses she has been teaching that stress is harmful to your health for 10 years, BUT SHE WAS WRONG. People are dying, not from stress, but in believing that stress is bad for you. The science says that changing the way you think about stress can make you healthier. What if… Read More
Is music your pathway to health?
My music will tell you more about me than I ever will. Behind every favorite song there is an untold story. My favorite hiding place is music. Music is not what I do, it’s who I am. Where words fail, music speaks. Do you have someone that you connect to best through music? Is your most… Read More
Prenatal Brain Development
Pregnant Moms, what do you know about the development of your precious’ brain while you are carrying the little one? There’s lots of information about this on Adam and Mila’s website that they encourage us to share, including: The Fetal Brain The prenatal brain development starts at just over two weeks in, with the formation… Read More
You are what you eat?
Did you know your eating habits affect you thinking abilities? Can a typical Western diet high in saturated fats and sugars affect the parts of the brain that are important to memory and make people more likely to crave the unhealthful food? Psychologist Terry Davidson, director of the Center for Behavioral Neuroscience at American University in Washington,… Read More