Despite the progress we still need to make in global health, there are several hopeful changes in the world, and we can all contribute.
Benjamin Bikman suggests ways one might mitigate insulin resistance—the core of many modern health challenges or "the plagues of prosperity."
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Dr. Brent James examines the condition of health care in America while discussing what truly determines health. His findings may surprise you.
With the right attitude and the Lord at our side, we can learn to live a healthy lifestyle and more fully enjoy the blessings of life.
Daniel K Judd discusses the influence of religion on mental health, as well as the need for Latter-day Saints to be more aware of those who are suffering.
Our Father in Heaven desires us to be joyful and well, to nurture and care for the garden that is entrusted to each of us. He needs a healthy people and has given us the gifts and abilities to be so.
Becoming physically healthy is an outward manifestation of inner convictions. Church members dance to communicate the sacred to the world.
Our mortal body is an eternal part of our soul. The way we use and treat our bodies has lasting physical, emotional, and spiritual implications.
Elder Perry and members of his family witness how intensely we need the Lord for our physical, social, emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being.
Thank you, President Oaks. Brothers and sisters, I stand before you in all humility. I am numbed by the knowledge of the stature of those who have preceded me in these devotional programs and by the knowledge of those who will follow. I have a son who formerly was a student at this University and is now serving in the mission field and a daughter who recently was accepted for…