A few weeks ago Rev. Brewer gave a wonderful sermon on the meaning of curing vs. healing and I could not help to think that I would like all of my patients to hear his words. He generously shared his sermon and the gospel reading that preceded it: From Luke 17 And it happened, as he was […]
Our 2013 Learn-Work-Share Sustainability Project Start to finish!
The 2013 Learn-Work-Share program has just ended! A wonderful time was had by all.
There is a new petition to change the definition of milk (and other milk products) to include artificial sweeteners like aspartame. This means that any milk could contain artificial sweeteners that are not listed on the label! Please take a second to comment on this. Comments will close on May 21st and there are only 139 comments so far. We need to make it known that […]
An online research project to connect people buying food with the people producing the food. We want to establish relationships and communication to speak directly with the food producers and learn more about what they do, what they put in the food and what their values are. Then we can endorse them with a “Dr. Molly Says” stamp! All invited to participate and report the adventures with the food producers.
By Dr. Molly McMullen-Laird One of the biggest economic issues facing our nation is the funding of government programs for health care, Medicare and Medicaid, and the payments of private health insurance, either by the individual or the employer. It is well known that we pay twice as much as other countries for our […]
Our honey bees swarmed! Richard and his daughter Colette came to catch it and checked our existing hive for us. Thanks for all the help on this eventful day!
A test for coronary artery disease is available at St Joe’s for $99 out of pocket expense. This test looks for calcium in the heart, because calcium shows up where the plaque is. So if there is plaque then we are more concerned about the risk of heart attack and are more attentive to cholesterol levels, […]