Monthly Archives: November 2018

Bryson City Seasons — The Ribbon Cutting

This is from the thirtieth chapter from my best-selling book, Bryson City Seasons, which is the sequel to 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 … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Ask Dr. Walt — Cleaning Up Questions About Colon Cancer Screening

Dear Dr. Walt, What do you think of the new recommendations for colon cancer screening to begin at age 45? If this just overkill or a way for GI doctors to make more money?  —Skeptical in Idaho 

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More Ideas for Thanksgiving Left Overs

Here are a few more creative ways to use your Thanksgiving leftovers and get the most for your money. Instead of letting leftovers go to waste, you can easily reuse them to create fresh meals: Left Over Potato Pancakes Eggs … Continue reading

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Give Thanksgiving leftovers a healthy and delicious overhaul

One of the wonderful things about Thanksgiving dinner is there are often lots of delicious leftovers. You can just warm up a few of your favorite dishes or make a simple turkey sandwich. Here are a few healthful alternatives from … Continue reading

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Bryson City Seasons — Staph and Staff (Part 2)

This is from the twenty-ninth chapter from my best-selling book, Bryson City Seasons, which is the sequel to 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 … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving traces its origins back to the Pilgrims—those hardy pioneers who arrived on the shores of North America and, against difficult odds, carved a nation out of the wilderness. They came to the New World not seeking fortune, but freedom—especially … Continue reading

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The True Story of Thanksgiving

After enduring religious persecution in their native England and for twelve years in Holland, the pilgrims sailed for America. They were modest men and women with a great hope and inward zeal. They rested in the providence of God that … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Ask Dr. Walt — A Thanksgiving Prescription for You!

Dear Dr. Walt, Any prescriptions for making this Thanksgiving Holiday better? —Hoping to Be More Thankful in Texas

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Treat yourself well during the Thanksgiving holiday

The holidays can be physically, emotionally, and financially overwhelming. So take care to avoid letting the stress of the season get you down during this Thanksgiving week. Here are some suggestions that may help:

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Go healthy, not hungry for Thanksgiving dining

The holiday season means you’ll be faced with a seemingly endless buffet of food temptation. While some people simply give in and eat too much, others deny themselves any holiday treats.

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An Amazing Thanksgiving Proclamation — by the President of the United States of America

What a surprise it is, to those of us with modern sensitivities, to read this amazing Thanksgiving proclamation—especially since it was released by the President of the United States of America. I’ve reformatted it a bit, just to make it easier … Continue reading

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Bryson City Seasons — Staph and Staff (Part 1)

This is from the twenty-ninth chapter from my best-selling book, Bryson City Seasons, which is the sequel to 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 … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Ask Dr. Walt — The Do’s and Don’ts of Vitamin D Dosing

Dear Dr. Walt, A blood test showed my vitamin D level is low. How do I know how much vitamin D to take —Needing D in Wyoming

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Bryson City Seasons — Labor Pains (Part 2)

This is from the twenty-eightth chapter from my best-selling book, Bryson City Seasons, which is the sequel to 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 … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Ask Dr. Walt — Hyper about New Hypertension Guidelines

Dear Dr. Walt, I’m confused about the new high blood pressure guidelines. When in blood pressure abnormal? 130/80 or 140/90? —Feeling Pressure in Nevada

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Bryson City Seasons — Labor Pains (Part 1)

This is from the twenty-eightth chapter from my best-selling book, Bryson City Seasons, which is the sequel to 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 … Continue reading

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Monthly Family Update – November 2018

Here are the contents of this month’s newsletter: Update on Forgotten No Longer Today’s Christian Living “Ask Dr. Walt” column Last Month’s Events Upcoming Events

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