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Good Friday

The Cross, symbol of Christianity

Christians around the world observe the Friday before Easter as “Good Friday”, although the events remembered are dark and somber. For on this day, as recorded in the New Testament, Jesus Christ was crucified on a cross, died, and was buried. 390 more words

Faith And Spirituality

Winning on the water-a book review of Boys in the Boat

Why do we like books and movies about sports? Have you noticed how many sports stories there are? (This post offers multiple affiliate links to sites that offer a commission to this blog for purchases made there.) … 603 more words

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APRIL Timely Topics-spring, special days, travel

In the northern half of the earth it’s finally spring all month long. Warmer, longer days are pleasant but can bring new health challenges and opportunities. 437 more words

Faith And Spirituality

From Practice to Politics-Doctors who ran for President-the Cabinet Secretary

In 2016 I wrote about the 3 physicians who ran for President of the United States that year. None of them won but in observance of… 1,211 more words

Books, Literature, Arts

From Practice to Politics-Doctors who ran for President-the Senator

In 2016 I wrote about the 3 physicians who ran for President of the United States that year. None of them won but in observance of… 362 more words

Faith And Spirituality

From Practice to Politics-Doctors who ran for President-the Activist

In 2016 I wrote about the 3 physicians who ran for President of the United States that year. None of them won but in observance of… 350 more words

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True health stories-3 medical memoirs that share the HEART of health

I read lots of books for my own pleasure and to review for this blog. Although health/medicine can be a genre in itself, many different types of books and media can illustrate medical science. 1,117 more words

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