Monthly Archives: April 2017

Will You Help Support our “Walk for Life”?

Barb and I are going to “Walk for Life” for Life Network on Saturday, June 3. We hope each of our friends will help us support this wonderful ministry. Every dollar can help and You can donate here.

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President Trump’s First 100 Days

Today mark’s President Trump’s 100th day in office. It seems to me that most of the media are NOT celebrating this milestone. But, many conservatives and faith-based folks are! That’s why my friend, Gary Bauer, and his staff at American Values, have put together … Continue reading

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Bryson City Tales — The New Year (Part 1)

This is from the twenty-eighth chapter from my best-selling book, Bryson City Tales. I hope that you’ll enjoy going back to Bryson City with me each week, and that if you do, you’ll be sure to invite your friends and family to join us.

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Wednesday’s Ask Dr. Walt — Sun Exposure and Vitamin D Toxicity

Dear Dr. Walt, I spend a lot of time in the sun, especially in the summer. Does this mean my vitamin D levels could get too high?   —Tanned in North Carolina

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Monday Memo — Looking for Truth in Current Events

Our culture has become more coarse, more divided. What can we learn from the manner in which Jesus responded to the sensational current events of His time? My dear friend, Dr. Gene Rudd, answers this question in a blog post … Continue reading

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Bryson City Tales — A Surprising Gift

This is from the twenty-seventh chapter from my best-selling book, Bryson City Tales. I hope that you’ll enjoy going back to Bryson City with me each week, and that if you do, you’ll be sure to invite your friends and family to join … Continue reading

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Wednesday Ask Dr. Walt — How Can I Lose Weight and Keep it Off?

Dear Dr. Walt, I have struggled with my weight again and again. I seem to gain back every pound you lose. How can I lose weight and keep it off? Is there any hope? I admire your advice and hope you … Continue reading

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Monday Memo — Have you struggled with your weight again and again?

Have you struggled with your weight again and again? Do you seem to gain back every pound you lose? If so—there is hope. Not a “magic pill” hype, but a science-based explanation for “why” this keeps happening…and hope for freedom from your struggle.

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Bryson City Tales — ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas (Part 2)

This is from the twenty-sixth chapter from my best-selling book, Bryson City Tales. I hope that you’ll enjoy going back to Bryson City with me each week, and that if you do, you’ll be sure to invite your friends and family to join us.

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Wednesday Memo — Pain Points Us to the Cross

We are now in the Easter season, which emphasizes the suffering of Christ. Dr. Amy Givler has been reflecting on the pain Jesus endured on our behalf. Our natural inclination is to try to shield ourselves from pain, but it has much … Continue reading

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Monday Memo — How Did Jesus Die?

“Carpe, duh!” you might think. “Everyone knows he was murdered; he was crucified!” And, you’re right. But, once the crucifixion began, what was the actual cause of his death? Many believe, based upon older medical publications, that it was asphyxiation … Continue reading

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Bryson City Tales — ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas (Part 1)

This is from the twenty-sixth chapter from my best-selling book, Bryson City Tales. I hope that you’ll enjoy going back to Bryson City with me each week, and that if you do, you’ll be sure to invite your friends and family to join … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Ask Dr. Walt — A Dose of Supplement Danger

Dear Dr. Walt, I take a daily baby aspirin and an occasional NSAID for discomfort. I was wondering if there are any supplements that could interact with either. —Wanting to Avoid Side Effects in Texas

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Monday Memo — Integrating Spirituality into Practice

Long-time readers know that the integration of spiritual faith into medical practice has been a subject of my writing and teaching for over two decades. Therefore, I was intrigued when I came across a blog on the topic by Robert E. … Continue reading

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Monthly Family Update – April 2017

Here are the contents of this month’s newsletter: Unexpected Employment Changes Last Month’s Events Upcoming Events

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