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A Trend Toward Patient-Driven Health Care

A Trend Toward Patient-Driven Health Care

Ezekiel Emanuel, a medical doctor and former chief health policy advisor to President Obama, has a pretty good idea of what we can expect to see in health care over the next decade – things like the end of insurance companies as we know them, an increased focus on treating the chronically and...

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Is God a Reliable Source of Health?

Is God a Reliable Source of Health?

Depending on your devotion to the Divine, it’s likely that by simply reading the headline of this column you’ve already decided on an answer. It’s also likely that regardless of any arguments that might be presented, your opinion won’t change. Perhaps the larger issue, then, isn’t whether you answer in the affirmative or negative,...

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Harvest of Health Available to Anyone, Anytime

Harvest of Health Available to Anyone, Anytime

For anyone who might have been listening, the exchange must have seemed pretty mundane. 


A man who has just moved to a new town strikes up a conversation with his barber. They discover they both enjoy hiking and the barber begins to wax poetic about his favorite local jaunts. He finishes cutting the man’s hair...

Consciousness and Health
Our ‘Inalienable Right’ to Better Health

Our ‘Inalienable Right’ to Better Health

Tony Kushner can write. In fact he writes so well, he has received a Pulitzer Prize, two Tony Awards and, just last year, an Academy Award nomination for best adapted screenplay (“Lincoln”). 


Tony Kushner also recognizes good writing.

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During a recent radio interview to promote the west...

Consciousness and Health
In Search of a Healing Spark

In Search of a Healing Spark

The idea sounds crazy. Implant a computer no bigger than a grain of rice in the back of someone’s neck and plug it into their body’s central nervous system. Then, if the body starts complaining with symptoms of, say, asthma, arthritis or diabetes, the computer fires off an electrical current that takes care of...

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What’s Missing on Apple’s New Health App?

What’s Missing on Apple’s New Health App?

At first blush Apple’s new ‘Health’ app looks pretty slick, a real game changer. Developed with help from the Mayo Clinic, it’s the first app of its kind to seamlessly integrate personal information from any number of other health-related apps into a single location. But for all its slickness, it seems to have left...

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Interview: James Gordon says mind-body medicine no longer "complementary"

Interview: James Gordon says mind-body medicine no longer "complementary"

When asked what role mind-body medicine plays in maintaining our mental and physical well-being, the response from Dr. James Gordon is unequivocal: “Fundamental!”


“I think is still regarded as a complementary therapy,” he said during a recent visit to San Francisco, “but what I’m saying is that it’s fundamental. It’s not complementary...

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Can Allergies Be Cured?

Can Allergies Be Cured?

Check out the latest Google Trends and you’ll see that searches for all things “allergy” are peaking this month, just like they have every year about this time since at least 2004. However, despite all this searching, it would appear that we’re not getting any closer to finding a fix for a problem...

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A Bible-Based Approach to Consciousness Research

May 25, 2014
A Bible-Based Approach to Consciousness Research

Long before the scientific method became the gold standard of scientific research, a little-known carpenter’s son living in Palestine suggested a novel approach to achieving unbiased results.


“Nobody sews a patch of unshrunken cloth on to an old coat, for the patch will pull away from the coat and the hole will be worse than...

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Helpful and Healthful Reminders for Spiritual Checkups

Helpful and Healthful Reminders for Spiritual Checkups

The faded Jiffy Lube sticker in the upper left hand corner of your car windshield recommends another oil change at 48,300 miles or in February 2013, whichever comes first. A quick glance at your odometer (61,876) and iPhone (May 9, 2014) indicates that you’re just a tad behind schedule. This is not the first...

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