About L. Kelly White
L. Kelly White has a background in education and is a life long student of Christian Science. An avid gardener, she devotes most of her time to actively supporting others in their search for healing through prayer.
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A Guest Blog By Cynthia P. Barnett · Comments (0) Are you in a caring relationship? I don’t mean with a spouse, parent, child, or friend. I mean with your health care provider. Does your doctor care–really care? And if not, does it … Continue reading
Dear Readers, it’s Patriot’s Day here in Massachusetts; the running of the Boston Marathon has begun ; and, unbeknownst to many, it is also “Healthcare Decision Making Day.” I didn’t even know there was such a thing. I find it … Continue reading
Dear Readers, it’s been a while since I shared something from my colleagues in Australia. Here is a very interesting piece about a woman in Australia who was healed of cancer through prayer. It’s caused quite a stir “down under.” … Continue reading
My youngest son turned 18 last year and will, thus, have the opportunity – the privilege – for the first time to vote this year. Over the Christmas holidays, however, he informed his dad and me that he simply … Continue reading
This past week I listened to a great radio talk show, hosted by Elaine Baumgartel, on NM’s public radio station KUNM. The focus of the KUNM Call In Show was, generally speaking, the status of the field of “mind-body” medicine and the role … Continue reading
A couple weeks ago, the federal Secretary of Health and Human Services gaveN ew Mexico– and all other states – a significant Christmas gift: The gift of choice. After almost two years of waiting for HHS to issue its … Continue reading
This past week, I spent a couple of days inWashington,D.C.visiting with the staff of four of New Mexico’s five federal legislators – Bingaman, Lujan, Heinrich and Udall. Senator Udall, always a gracious fellow, stopped by at the end of my … Continue reading
This article first appeared on Blogcritics. Do our thoughts impact our health? Dr. Anne Harrington, chair of the history of science department at Harvard University, has been researching this question for many years. Convinced that there is a connection between … Continue reading
Yes, there are a lot of steps from one Congressman’s office to another around Capital Hill in DC. Recently, I believe, I touched them all and wore off plenty of shoe-leather. There’s also, I’m finding, a lot of steps required … Continue reading