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Our Hearts: Part Three

Hardness of Heart I don’t know if you are aware of it or not, Thursday, September 29th is World Heart Day.  The American Heart Association has featured an article to highlight this occasion, entitled Advance Heart Failure.  It states that “heart failure is considered advanced when conventional heart therapies and symptom management strategies no longer […]

Our Hearts: Part Two

Nonphysical or Spiritual Heart Disease There is another more serious kind of heart disease that we should be concerned about.  It is much more common and deadly than coronary heart disease. Like the silent killer aspect of a heart organ, its early onset and hardening feature, it must be diagnosed and treated for if it […]

Our Hearts: Part One

Physical Heart Disease Based on statistics compiled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Heart disease is a broad term used to describe a range of diseases that include infections and defects. Unfortunately, it’s also a silent killer and until physical signs […]


Over the past decade or so, I have become increasingly absorbed with the many aspects of healthiness and its corollary, unhealthiness. The proof of this statement should be evident to readers of my last book, ‘Your Health in a World of Conflict’. Many other health professionals  have dealt with the phenomenon of health and disease, […]

Alzheimer’s Disease

A Health Need There is clearly a tremendous need – and great urgency – to address the burdens of the aging brain and the morbidities it spawns, from cerebral decline to Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other dementias of aging. A tremendous knowledge gap exists in diagnosing and treating other morbidities of aging, because we know […]