Life and Health

May 23, 2007

Beyond Peanut Butter

Alice Abler

Parents can easily underestimate the power of example. It is what they do, not what they say, that affects the health of the next generation.

Disenfranchised Grief

Winter 2007.

Disenfranchised Grief

Gina Stepp

Some bereaved are more likely than others to be overlooked. Such people often do not receive the comfort they need in order to grieve properly.

Happiness: The Means or the End?

Winter 2007

Happiness: The Means or the End?

David F. Lloyd

Happiness is a fairly new area of research. What can we learn about this elusive quality and how to attain it? Are there keys to happiness?

Give Sorrow More than Words 

Winter 2007

Give Sorrow More Than Words 

Gina Stepp

How can we use the discoveries of neuroscience to help those who are grieving avoid the pitfalls that often lead to depression?

Fall 2006

The Zoonotic Connection

Rebecca Sweat

Roughly 75 percent of the pathogens linked with emerging infections, are zoonoses—diseases that are transmitted between vertebrate animals and people.

The Birds Is Coming!

Summer 2006

The Birds Is Coming!

John Meakin

Vision explores the potential of a flu pandemic through two authors who address different aspects of the issue.

A Better Way

Spring 2006

A Better Way

John Meakin

The world urgently needs to recognize and assert a set of values that promotes responsible choices and personal accountability as taught by the Bible.

The Sickness Business

Spring 2006

The Sickness Business

Brian Orchard

Many disorders that were previously regarded as derived from moral or social problems are now viewed as medically treatable.

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