To find better health, Women look within

Women all over the world are concerned about maintaining and sustaining a healthy body.  Physicians, personal trainers, and nutritionists are concerned, too.  Women face a myriad of health issues from headaches and depression to obesity, high blood pressure and heart disease and a host of symptoms leading up to these. These same experts are learning that stress appears to be the bottom line for...
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What can prayer do to feed the hungry?

Feeding the hungry seems like a daunting task.  “Nearly one billion people are chronically hungry and undernourished” worldwide.  In the United States 49 million Americans are struggling to put food on the table. AARP has become a voice for the nearly 9 million older Americans who are especially vulnerable and struggling to put food on the table.  It is projected that by 2030 72.1 million...
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Exercise crazes, spirituality and your health

Ben Arron, a comedian and a television correspondent for “New York Live,” on WNBC was walking down Fifth Avenue in New York when he saw a young man dancing down the avenue evidently listening to his favorite music. What did Ben do?  He joined the man.  Ben then coined the new fitness activity “Dance walking.”  He said it combines his 3 favorite things: interacting with people;...
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Openness to New Things Enhances Longevity

I was intrigued and inspired by an article published March 19, 2012, in the Gloucester County Times, by Bob Schryock — “At 109, Mable ‘Aunt Mamie’ Wilson is ready for new challenges.” How many of us, at any age, are ready for, much less welcome, new challenges?  How many of us are set in our ways and shun anything new?  How many of us are in a rut or have a habitual way of doing...
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