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: non-medical care
Few issues create greater concern or debate among the medical and mental health communities, parents and legislators than the increased use of psychotropic drugs to treat behavioral “disorders” in children and teens. The trends, concerns, and issues are difficult for … Continue reading
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, enjoy this peace by my colleague Russ Gerber on the value to our health of quiet prayer and stillness. Russ is the spokesperson for the Christian Science church. Ancient Wisdom Benefits Modern Health Care The rising tide … Continue reading
Dear Readers, yesterday’s USA Today featured a lengthy piece on Alzheimer’s disease focusing on the status of occurrence and treatment as well as on a national effort to increase funding and efforts to find a cure. This piece, by my colleague in … Continue reading
Dear Readers, A couple significant new studies on placebos have been circulating. Before the conversation gets stale, I wanted to share one colleague’s follow up on a couple of those studies. Enjoy this piece from Ken Girard in Massachusetts. Thursday, January … 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
Dear Readers, please enjoy this guest piece by my colleague in southern California. 10/21/2011 12:55 PM PDT Tags: prayer, health, alternatives, David, Myers, Amy, Wachholtz, Usha, Sambamoorthi Last year I heard a commencement speaker tell the graduates … 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