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Book Review: The Perfect Love of God: Becoming the Bride of Christ Through His Transforming Love by Joan Marie Forness

Have you ever known the Love of God? Is it possible? Is it real? Read More »

An Interview with Roxanne Black, Author of Unexpected Blessings: Finding Hope and Healing in the Face of Illness

“I’d like to see Friends' Health Connection continue to flourish and touch lives, being known as the premiere place where people with illness get support.” Read More »

Interview: Kacy Duke, Personal Trainer To Red Carpet-Ready Celebrities

The seemingly ageless Kacy Duke insists, “It’s not how old you are, it’s how old you feel.” Read More »

Interview With Thomas Armstrong, Ph.D., Author of The Human Odyssey

"Childhood is a manifestation of the spirit, and it is being hacked away by society."--Thomas Armstrong, Ph.D. Read More »

Book Review: Cholesterol Down: 10 Simple Steps to Lower Your Cholesterol in 4 Weeks – Without Prescription Drugs by Janet Bond Brill, Ph.D., R.D., LDN

Dr. Jennifer H. Mieres, National Spokesperson for the American Heart Association-- “The...Cholesterol Down Plan could be the most important investment you make...” Read More »

Cancer: I Hate That Word!

I felt sick inside. My father is one of those tough guys who believes that he’ll make it through anything. Read More »

How To Choose a Personal Trainer For Optimal Recovery

Six important things to consider when choosing a personal trainer post-illness or injury. Read More »

Book Review: The Eat-Clean Diet Cookbook – Great-Tasting Recipes That Keep You Lean by Tosca Reno

The best-selling "formerly fat housewife turned fit," takes readers to a whole new level of flavorful enjoyment with The Eat-Clean DIET Cookbook. Read More »

An Interview with Julie K. Silver, MD, Author of Super Healing

Covering our natural healing potential, how to master the recovery process, and how to plan a speedy return to optimal health. Read More »

What Is a Fat Girl?

Obesity leads to chronic disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, stroke, heart disease, and some types of cancer. In the U.S., that is 35 million women. Read More »