Medical Economics

January 2, 2021

Countries Reached by “Morning Glory, Evening Grace” last year

Through the grace of God, “Morning Glory, Evening  Grace” brought God’s word into 126 countries or territories in 2016. Here’s a list of the “top 100.”
January 1, 2021

Happy New Year

If you’ve enjoyed these devotions, can you help us spread the word? Can you let your family, friends, and folks at church know about it? Thanks!
January 1, 2021

My most important blogs ever

A happy and blessed New Year to each of you! As we start 2020, I wanted to share with you what I consider my most two […]
December 31, 2020

The most popular devotions of this last year

Here’s a listing of the 25 most popular devotions on “Morning Glory, Evening Grace” this last year (determined by the number who read each blog) …
January 2, 2020

How to thrive during the storms of life

Several years ago, I was honored to be asked to preach at the Little Log Church in Palmer Lake, CO, on the topic of “The Palm Tree Christian: How to […]
February 19, 2012

Kids’ snacks CAN be healthy and inexpensive

It’s well-documented that healthy foods such as fresh fruits and vegetables tend to cost more than “junk” foods such as chips and cookies, a phenomenon that’s […]
February 18, 2012

Black tea may help lower blood pressure

The Los Angeles Times “Booster Shots” blog reports, “Drinking three cups of black tea daily over months may help lower blood pressure,” according to research published […]
February 17, 2012

Campaign to publish list of overused tests, treatments

The AP reports, “Chances are you’ve heard that many expert groups say cancer screening is overused, too, from mammograms given too early or too often to prostate […]
December 3, 2010

Physicians increasingly concerned about breast cancer campaign’s misleading message

One of my most read blogs in recent months is this one: “Nurse practitioner writes about her decision to stop getting mammograms.” Now, for a fitting […]
January 7, 2011

Two-week course of antibiotic may benefit patients with IBS (irritable bowel syndrome)

In the category of a study that will change my practice in the area of giving patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) another treatment option, is […]
January 7, 2011

“Vaccines cause autism” theory now suspected to be fraud

In a recent blogs I’ve told you, “Autism and Childhood Vaccinations: The Myth is Finally Debunked” and “U.K. bans doctor who linked autism to MMR vaccine.” […]
January 12, 2011

New Evidence-Based Mammography Ad Suggested

There’s a new ad being touted for mammogram screening for breast cancer that I think is fair, balanced, and accurate: You can read the debate about […]
January 12, 2011

“Mammography Saves Lives” Slogan Doesn’t Tell Full Story and May Mislead Many Women

The current “Mammography Saves Lives” campaign in the United States and previous campaigns promoting screening for breast cancer are not providing balanced information, because they underreport, […]
January 19, 2011

Lower-Priced Resveratrol Supplements Pass Quality Tests While Some Higher-Priced Brands Flunk

Nature’s Code ResveratrexConsumerLab.com has reported that tests of supplements containing resveratrol — a compound promoted as “life-extending” — revealed that two products provided only 43.4% and […]