Mar
30
2010
by Matthew Ellis   |   comments
Tucked among the new health care reform regulations is a requirement that restaurants with more than 20 locations must post calorie amounts on the menu. Matthew Ellis thinks this could have a profound effect on the future health of millions.
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Mar
17
2010
by Phyllis Strupp   |   comments
<h1><a href="/blog/the-good-news-about-the-brain">The Good News about the Brain </a></h1>
The 15th Annual Brain Awareness Week is March 15-21, 2010. This global event is designed to educate and excite people of all ages about the brain and brain research. Phyllis Strupp discusses how we can maintain a healthy brain as we age.
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Mar
16
2010
by Revd Paul Holley   |   comments
<h1><a href="/blog/anglican-health-network">Anglican Health Network</a></h1>
In this guest post, Revd Paul Holley introduces the Anglican Health Network, an international group working to share health information and initiatives between its partners. NEHM is an active member of this network and is excited about its future potential.
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Mar
15
2010
by Rev. Joanna J. Seibert M.D.   |   comments
<h1><a href="/blog/psalm-1">Psalm 1</a></h1>
The Rev. Joanna Seibert M.D. again graces us with wonderful reflection. Many of you know her from presentations at our conferences, as well as from her books such as 'Healing Presence' and 'The Call of the Psalms: A Spiritual Companion for People in Recovery'.
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Mar
12
2010
by Matthew Ellis   |   comments
<h1><a href="/blog/a-good-nights-sleep">A Good Night's Sleep</a></h1>
Saturday ends National Sleep Awareness Week. Proper sleep is often an issue for Matthew Ellis, although he's recently taken steps to address his sleep problems. Here is his experience.
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Mar
02
2010
by Matthew Ellis   |   comments
<h1><a href="/blog/the-face-of-illness">The Face of Illness</a></h1>
Today, Roger Ebert will appear on Oprah. After three jaw surgeries and extensive complications, his appearance is not what most remember from his groundbreaking series 'At The Movies' with Gene Siskel. He is unable to speak, eat or drink and will use a computer generated voice for the interview.
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Mar
01
2010
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<h1><a href="/blog/visible-or-invisible">Visible and Invisible</a></h1>
John Miers makes the case for two categories of disabilities: visible and invisible. He discusses his experiences with each in this guest post.
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