Tag Archives: Love

Addressing the fear factor in Canada’s health care

The old axiom “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” no longer holds entirely true in caring for our health. We are all looking for more accurate and safer ways to prevent illness. But to find them … Continue reading

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Mental Illness – Improvements can come from love and music rather than drugs

  By Joy Hinman Health is wholeness and vitality of mind, body and spirit. But when mental illness strikes, it can be a tremendous challenge for both patient and caregiver. Here is a story of a married couple, Marshall and … Continue reading

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Malala Yousafzai’s lesson on forgiveness

By Anna Bowness-Park In 2012, living in the Swat Hills of Pakistan with her family, Malala Yousafzai learned her life was in danger from the Taliban because she wanted to be educated. She asked herself, “If he comes to kill me, what … Continue reading

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Preventing Suicide through awareness, support, spirituality

By Joy Hinman They speak out — telling of the need for love and understanding, not rejection and hopelessness. They tell their stories of the struggles of mental illness and suicide attempts – now resigned to a life-time of medication … Continue reading

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Love – a vital ingredient of the family meal

Healthy for mind and body Ah, family life – chaotic schedules, piles of dirty dishes, endless grocery trips and a “Parent taxi” sign pasted on the back of the family car! That seems to be the reality of family life … Continue reading

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Prayer – effective medicine for fear

By Anna Bowness-Park A recent article in the Vancouver Sun regarding the link between asthma and antibiotics in children should be a thought provoking opportunity for us all. The article does not deny that antibiotics are sometimes useful, but it … Continue reading

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