Daily Archives: October 11, 2010

The Blessing of Anastasha Kalil – Part 15 – Day of Life 235

Many of us have been following, week by week, the life of Anastasha. She is unborn, but carries the  terminal diagnosis of anencephaly. She continues to grow and prosper in her mom’s womb, but the end of her pregnancy and, … Continue reading

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Taking a Spiritual Inventory of Your Healthcare Professional

Take a Spiritual Inventory Finding a doctor and other health care team members who share your spiritual foundation and practices may be crucial for you—and thankfully it’s fairly simple. You can use a spiritual inventory. Doctors are increasingly using spiritual … Continue reading

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Religious Doctors Less Likely to Kill Patients With Euthanasia, Assisted Suicide

In my newest health book, 10 Essentials of Happy, Healthy People: Becoming and staying highly healthy, I discuss the importance of understanding your doctors spiritual belief system. In another post, I discuss how to find out more about your doctor’s … Continue reading

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Is Black Rice the New Superfood?

According to ancient Chinese legend, black rice was so rare, tasty, and nutritious that only the emperors were allowed to eat it. Times have changed. Although black rice is still relatively rare, researchers are trying to bring its distinctive flavor and … Continue reading

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