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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Tag Archives: Medical Care
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, going forward for the next couple of months, I will mostly be posting great blogs by my colleagues from around the US and world. Enjoy this piece by Eric Nelson, my colleague in Northern California. It’s called … 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 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
In keeping with the theme of “freedom” through the week, please enjoy this thoughtful piece by my colleague in Northern California. Monday, July 4, 2011 By Eric Nelson A few years back a good friend of mine explained … Continue reading
mars_discovery_district The health-care industry in Canada is in the midst of a period of dramatic change. Disease and demographic trends are converging to place hospitals and other institutions in the North American health-care system under tremendous strain. With skyrocketing … Continue reading
In my Monday blog, I argued that New Mexico’s legislature needs to catch up with the real world of healthcare and alternative approaches to allopathic medicine. The work being done at University of Florida, shared in the blog below, is one example of why … Continue reading
Today’s guest posting is from Anna Bowness Park, from BC in Canada. She asks a telling question about the prevalent approach to health care: are we any healthier? Jun.02, 2011 in by Anna Bowness Park By Anna Bowness-Park Committee on Publication for BC … Continue reading