Episcopal News Service (ENS) offers in-depth reporting and analysis of local, regional, national and international news for Episcopalians and others interested in the church’s mission and ministry. Providing written and multimedia coverage, Episcopal News Service is the officially sponsored online news source of the Episcopal Church.
'The New Old Age' has a focus on the elderly and the adult children who struggle to care for them. 'Well' is the NY Times blog on health and wellness. More than just a blog, this feature-rich site includes a variety of columns, tools, quizzes, video, and more.
“On Being with Krista Tippett” (onbeing.org) is a Peabody and Webby-award-winning public radio program and podcast and an evolving media space. Initially launched as "Speaking of Faith" in 2003, "On Being" takes up the great animating questions of human life: What does it mean to be human? And how do we want to live?
As a benefit of the Church Pension Fund, CREDO provides a holistic approach to health and wellness and serves pension plan participants, active and retired, through a wellness program referred to as the CREDO Benefit.
The CREDO Benefit provides an array of conferences and post-conference resources that help eligible pension plan participants examine, evaluate, and re-energize their health and wellness. CREDO has a blog author in each of the four component areas of a CREDO Conference:
This blog is to share the stories of the staff, volunteers and patients in a free clinic, located in the basement of an Episcopal Church in a rural Midwestern town, and to share stories about people – the people struggling in this economy to keep their families fed; the people for whom healthcare is a luxury they just can’t afford; and the people who give of their time and talent to make some form of healthcare available.
Church Health Reader is a ministry of the Church Health Center in Memphis, Tennessee. They believe that faith and health are intimately linked. The mission of Church Health Reader is to illuminate this connection. We are part of a growing movement to engage faith communities in the importance of caring for the body God has given us. People of faith are instructed throughout Scripture to preach, teach, and heal, but having an active and effective health ministry in your congregation takes hard work and access to the right resources.
The Cafe aims to be a visually appealing, intellectually stimulating, spiritually enriching and at least occasionally amusing website where Episcopalians and those interested in our church can read, watch, listen and reflect upon life and faith. This link is to the blog posts tagged 'Health and Wellness'.
Greatist.com is the trusted health & fitness source for the young, savvy, and social. Health and fitness is hard. We want to make it easier. And for starters, we think you deserve better content than what's out there now. Every fact is cited by a PubMed study, every story meticulously verified, and expert approved.
The good news is that anyone can be a greatist. Our goals and ambitions may be similar, but each person is unique, every story different. A greatist is someone who chooses better to improve their fitness, health, and happiness. Are you a greatist?