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Fifteen years ago, my parents downsized and asked me to come over to help them clean out their medicine cabinet. On the top shelf, I found an old bottle of Mercurochrome®, a halfused tube of drawing salve, and a bottle of aspirin tablets so ancient that the label was almost completely faded. The...
My sister Sara has significant osteoarthritis in her hips. Her orthopedic specialist wanted her to make it to 60 years old before she had either hip replaced. He explained to her, “In my experience, people who get the BEST results from a hip replacement have just ONE replacement of that joint...
As more people come out as unvaccinated, the more people try to dehumanize them. Case in point: Aaron Rogers. Forget that Rogers has led the Green Bay Packers to the Super Bowl and has earned numerous accolades from the NFL because he has made a personal healthcare decision; he is now in the...
Two months ago, Sally was diagnosed with a bladder infection. When the first antibiotic didn’t fix the problem, her doctor gave her a different one. Within 3 days of starting the second antibiotic, she developed diarrhea. After a week of misery, she called, asking for help. "I'm trapped in my own...
That question has often crossed my mind as of late. Whether it be ministering at our local death mill called “Planned Parenthood” or standing on the sidewalk with those who are resisting medical tyranny, it always seems that we are too few in number. For example, with the thousands of individuals...
Many of you have written to me recently asking about the “Washington Cares Fund.” This is a trust fund created by a 2019 law to implement the state’s new long-term care program. The Legislature that year approved and Governor Inslee signed House Bill 1087 concerning long-term services and supports...
Please print Luther’s own words. Let Luther speak for himself and set the record straight about what is God-fearing faith during pandemics and what is not. During an outbreak of the Bubonic plague, Luther and his wife opened their home to care for the sick. Luther encourages us to make use of...
During radiation treatments for cancer, nearly 8 out of 10 people will develop some form of skin irritation called “radiation dermatitis." Radiation often creates redness and warmth to the area, much like having a mild rash. Your skin may become more sensitive to touch and feel "tight." Continued...
My friend Steve plays acoustical guitar, both 6-string and 12-string. We met over 40 years ago at a church-sponsored retreat. We still sing together at our Saturday evening church service. Now that we are in our mid-60s, our bodies are showing some wear and tear. Some days, Steve has trouble...
Never did I imagine that I would ever utter a slogan from a pro-abort let alone make a sign with those words on it. But we are living in strange days after all. October 18th is rapidly approaching and it marks the day that all Washington State employees, healthcare professionals, educators, and...

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