Health and Wellness
New report indicates that Americans trust each other less today than 40 years ago. If true, it's unfortunaely not a healthful trend. Yet, we don't have to wait for others to build trust in each other.
Not only is compassion an inherent quality, it also has the effect of improving our health by increasing our connection with others.
Counting our blessings instead of inventorying our troubles is sage advice that promotes added benefits.
Have you ever been rightly or wrongly blamed and then felt miserable? Wasn’t the pain you experienced the result of your disturbed thought? If you’re having trouble recognizing that your thoughts and physical health are correlated, consider this article.
Whether you have to register for "Obamacare" or if you're able to ... here are some scams becoming increasingly common
When it comes to the effectiveness of prayer as a health care treatment, Dr. Dean Radin notes, “At this point we don’t actually understand what it is that’s happening. We don’t know how it happens. But that something is happening is fairly clear to me and to most of my colleagues who have been doing similar research.”
Does living by the Golden Rule have a beneficial effect? As it turns out, in addition to the societal benefits of loving and trusting your neighbor, this respect has a bearing on one’s own physical and mental health.
According to a 2007 study conducted by researchers at the University of Chicago, 56 percent of all U.S. doctors believe that spirituality and religion have a positive and continuing influence on an individual’s health.
It's the time again: Medicare Fall Open Enroillment
It doesn't take yet another academic study to validate what mainstream folks intuit and find every day, that a commitment to spirituality is beneficial to their health.
Jody Sims chronicles her struggles with cancer through art.
October 1, marks the commemoration of International Day of Older Persons! So what does the previous generation have to say about personal health? "Research suggests that spirituality is important to a large percentage of the older adult population and serves as a promoter of healthy aging," writes Lydia K. Manning, Associate Professor of Gerontology at Concordia University Chicago.
Why not consider utilizing spiritual practices the next time you face frightening challenges. Researchers are finding this exercise can yield beneficial rewards.
When a medical nurse seeks alternative means to heal her daughter, it leads her on a remarkable spiritual journey. Author, health-practitioner and theologian Michele Longo O’Donnell shares how healing can come from a shift in “expectation” which is quite different from “hoping” or “wanting.”
Does there appear to be a crack opening in the philosophy that everything relating to health rests on the back of physicality? A more well-rounded approach that doesn't overlook the spiritual dimension of health is gaining ground.