As long experts weigh in on the accuracy of ‘American Sniper’ and ‘Selma,’ why not subject this blockbuster to the same scrutiny?
‘Subsidies for charitable contributions not only increase how much we give, they also improve our mental and physical well-being.’ Really?
Too often the more spiritually oriented strategies that might ultimately have the greatest impact are left off the public agenda.
Prayer is a mental garden where we constantly encounter fresh ideas and begin to see life from a new perspective.
A genuine aspiration for a more spiritual perspective on life is just the ticket for gaining and maintaining sound minds and bodies.
The rush to label people with one medical condition or another has gotten out of hand. What’s the cost? What’s the remedy?
There’s a lesson to be learned from the attack on Charlie Hebdo about the importance of standing up to evil in all its forms.
Mental acuity is not at the mercy of human circumstance or material conditions but of divine providence.
According to the Wall Street Journal, it’s possible that everything we think about aging may be wrong.
The absence of convincing evidence makes one wonder if there might be other, if less entertaining, means of reversing mental decline.
Even if you’re not religious, it’s hard to deny the impact Christ’s example of love continues to have on our mental and physical well being.
Compassion is more than a desire to alleviate, but a deep-seated trust in the Divine’s ability to eliminate disease of all types.
Maybe not, especially when you consider that the moral uplift that comes from regular study of scriptures often leads to better health.
Despite a slew of scientific studies on the topic, the jury is still out as to exactly why gratitude is so effective.
Brittany Maynard’s decision to ‘die with dignity’ provides an opportunity to look at life and death in an entirely new light.
‘None of us in medicine have the answers we tell you we have, because the universe of what we don’t know dwarfs that of what we do.’
Despite our best efforts to distance ourselves from this or that condition, there are powerful forces pushing us to do the opposite.
“Just because doctors have to see every patient,” says Dr. Leana Wen, “doesn’t mean that patients have to see every doctor.”
‘What I discovered that day was the mind holds so much power over pleasure and pain.’
‘The doctors were never going to cure me with drugs. The healing had to happen from within.’