Category Archives: Modern Medicine

The New Heart of Health Care

  There is a growing awareness by physicians and patients that one must consider not only the physical diagnosis but include the impact of mental, social, spiritual and environmental influences on health. One aspect of this new direction is The … Continue reading

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Consider yourself spiritually centered? Better health may be yours

My work at times affords a front row seat for some interesting observations in the arenas of spirituality and health. Yesterday was one of those moments. I was included in a meeting with a Health Care consultant, an attorney experienced … Continue reading

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Proven approach to a happy, healthy life

In my recent readings of little known individuals who became historical pillars, I marked another one’s story to share with you.  It’s interesting to note how Dr. George W. Calver’s early 1900’s philosophical shift from a traditional “fix sickness” to … Continue reading

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The Soul of Medicine: Spiritual Perspectives and Clinical Practice

For many years now I have found that a regular practice of spirituality and prayer is a healthy way to enjoy life. Apparently I am not alone.  I am among those being chronicled in Harvard MedicalSchool professors John Peteet’s and Michael D’Ambra’s new book, The Soul … Continue reading

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