Increased alternative medicine use and a growing awareness of over-diagnoses are changing the face of health care.
Does a line of toys for children show an unhealthy preoccupation with disease?
Focusing on the positive instead of worrying gives health benefits.
Expressing gratitude can make us healthier.
Is prayer a valid option in the healthcare arena?
The Antimicrobial Resistance crisis leads the World Health Organization to state that modern medicine as we know it may be coming to an end.
Placebos and the expectation effect.
A few relevant points regarding today’s discussions on eating and health, found in the Bible.
Angry thoughts may lead to an unhealthy heart - and happiness allows for better health!
Letting children know they are deeply loved and cherished are some of the most healthful nutriments parents can provide.
Conversations, even within the family, can raise uncomfortable points – as in the case of health care decision-making.
Dr. David Agus calls hope “one of the greatest weapons to fight disease.” Are there other thought-based weapons as well?
Everyone knows that taking too many meds can be risky. But is there any alternative?
Spirituality and prayer - at the core of health.
It may only be February, but I’m ready to submit my nomination for 2012’s Person of the Year.
A person's environment is important for health, but so is the thought of that person.
Health-giving characteristics: satisfaction, gratitude, honesty, trust, and more.
For sufferers of Morgellons Disease, the recent CDC report that there is no such disease comes as a shock.
Sometimes medical breakthroughs turn up in the most unlikely places… even the discard pile!
Where does consciousness come from? And where is it leading us? According to this blogger, quite possibly to better health!