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Encourgament Or Realistic?
Encourgament Or Realistic?

When your a parent nothing means more to you then the health of your child. But when you get the diagnosis that your child will forever be effected by an illness many people are left asking “why?” Often parents struggle with finding the line between encouraging them to be anything they want to be and […]

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Walking the Autism Road with Someone You Love
Walking the Autism Road with Someone You Love

When my son was diagnosed with autism, I was surprised at the depths of grief that threatened to overwhelm me. Even though I still had my son, I felt as if I had lost him in some ways. The burden of mourning and moving into a new normal was not a load I was able […]

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Strength in Weakness
Strength in Weakness

When Christ called his followers, he did not say it will be a easy journey. But He promised that it would be worth it. Faced with the same diagnosis that his father died from, Bob Kuhn felt firsthand what Jesus meant when He said “Take up your cross, and follow Me”. Instead of cowering in fear, […]

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Depression: Illness or Spiritual failure?
Depression: Illness or Spiritual failure?

Angry, frustrated and confused, I boarded a plane for Southern California. My dear friend and mother-in-law lay in a hospital bed with the shadow of death hovering. As I sat on the plane numb and expressionless. I cried, “Lord, where are you? Can’t you see my wounded heart?” I wanted to scream instead of cry, […]

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Miraculous Cure of Lymphoma
Miraculous Cure of Lymphoma

Written by Shuzhen Hao, translated by Eugene Wu I was a middle school teacher in China educated in materialistic atheism and had never set foot in a church. I had an opportunity to come to the United States and out of curiosity, went to a Christian church for worship. When I entered that church, I […]

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Better Control of Chronic Illness
Better Control of Chronic Illness

New research suggests ways patients can better control their life-long conditions Landmark survey reveals five steps for success Research Triangle Park, N.C., – A landmark survey suggests that millions of Americans living with diabetes, asthma, heart disease, depression and other chronic illnesses may gain better control of their illnesses by working with their physicians to […]

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A Common Problem For Women
A Common Problem For Women

A vaginal yeast infection is an infection that is generally caused by an overgrowth of the yeast called Candida albicans. This fungus is always present in your body, where it usually lives in harmony with other organisms. However, some factors cause Candida to multiply too rapidly which effect the pH balance and acidity of the […]

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Focus on Colon Health
Focus on Colon Health

More than half of North Americans over 50 will, at some time in their life, suffer from the colon condition known as diverticulosis. Jean, 58, a wife, mother and grandmother decided that after three days of fever and excruciating pain in her stomach that enough was enough. As much as she hated going to the […]

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Strength for the Journey
Strength for the Journey

My father had been to see the doctor and I was awaiting his return. He had a lump in his neck and thought he better get it examined. When he returned I greeted him with warmth and loving concern. “How did you make out Dad?” I asked. “It’s not good,” he replied. With those words […]

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Living With A.L.S.: Frank Chose to Make it Better
Living With A.L.S.: Frank Chose to Make it Better

As with any serious illness, being diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease) is only the beginning. Life’s toughest obstacles can make us bitter or better. Frank chose to make it better. It started with a stumble, a little stiffness, and then a fall. 1994 began as a year filled […]

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