Lifestyle Turn-Around If we really want to reduce our medicines, reduce the time in the doctor’s office, or just plain reduce, maybe we need a little life-style quiz: What’s your favorite answer to these important life-style questions? How much time do I exercise outdoors? How much time do I spend in the sunshine? Do I… Read More
May 28, Hope for Today Ministry at the Sligo Church in Takoma Park, Maryland invites you to an evening featuring the benefits of drinking more water. Water is one of the fastest ways to improve blood pressure and kidney function, to relieve aches and pains, and to attain overall health and clarity of mind. But… Read More
Find Hope Today hosted a Hope and Health webinar entitled The Best Health Care You Can Get for Free. The webinar was hosted by Paolo Esposito with Joel Sam. As their guest, they had Dr. James Gulley, who is the Director of Medical Oncology at the Center for Cancer Research of the National Cancer Institute. He has also been a part of the National Cancer Institute for 16 years.
We all want to be healthier but sometimes it can seem so hard. Where to start? Are there some simple steps that I can take? I ran across this great infographic from Tribe Sports with 7 easy steps to burn over 2900 Calories per week. I don’t know about you but burning 2900 more calories… Read More
One out of every two Americans has a chronic disease according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These diseases include heart disease, stroke, obesity, cancer, and arthritis all of which can dramatically impact people’s lives. Seven out of 10 deaths in Americans are from chronic diseases with cancer, heart disease, and stroke accounting… Read More
Do you often have those days that you are so drained and tired you can barely get anything done? Unfortunately many of us do! We think there are ways to drastically improve your energy levels.
A couple of months ago a post by a friend, Chris Daley, was published on our blog titled, “Can We Defeat Despair?” In times like these it would seem like no one could blame us for getting a little down and perhaps even cynical. Just a week ago we remembered, with sadness, the tragic morning… Read More
If you are like me you have been following developments in Syria and carefully listening to pronouncements by world leaders on those developments. On Tuesday our president gave a considered speech on the need to protect ordinary civilians, especially innocent children, in Syria with the use of American air strikes. At the same time he… Read More