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Waynedale Health

We like to keep our Waynedale News readers safe and healthy! These are the most current articles and stories to improve your body and mental health written by our original, local writers from around the Waynedale (Fort Wayne), Indiana Community.

LOCAL RELIGIOUS LEADERS CHALLENGE YOU TO DONATE BLOOD

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Bishop John M. D'Arcy and several other religious leaders from the Fort Wayne area will donate blood on Tuesday, June 27, to help "kick off" the Red Cross promotion of encouraging people to consider donating blood during the summer.

Bishop D'Arcy is the ordinary for the Catholic Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend. Other religious leaders expected to also donate blood at about 11:00 a.m. at the American Red Cross Center, 1212 E. California Road, include Rabbi Jonathan Katz, Congregation Achduth...

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HERE'S TO YOUR HEALTH

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This week's Here's To Your Health is a continuation of Keith Ls', story:

 

My father never had an automobile until after he retired and then us kids went together and bought him one. It was never about him, it was always about others, he was altruistic to a fault and he always put everybody else before himself. We grew up that way and I'll never forget being around the steel mills and coalmines. The coal miner's were interesting people. They got up, got dressed and ready for work and then...

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DID YOU KNOW?

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This week's "Did You Know" is excerpted from a South Bend history professor's soon to be released book, Changed by Grace:

 

In 1934, Victor Constant Kitchen (1891-1975), published a book titled, I Was a Pagan, describing his discovery of the Oxford Group and the way it changed his life.

In November 1934, Ebby Thacher came to visit Bill Wilson in his kitchen on the second floor apartment at 182 Clinton Street in Brooklyn, and told him about the Oxford Group and its teachings. As a result Bill...

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A HEALTHY DAY

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Sharp-Stabbing Mid-Back Pain 

 

Do you or have you ever experienced a sharp pain located in your back right beside the spine and below or above your shoulder blade? If you have, does it hamper your breathing by causing the pain to be more intense while breathing in? If yes, or if you ever do, there is no need to worry because more than likely it is just a simple problem that can be easily fixed with chiropractic care. I know because I have and still do get this problem. What you are...

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HERE'S TO YOUR HEALTH

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This week's Here's To Your Health is the beginning of Keith L.'s story. It is about his past history, his recovery from chronic alcoholism and what his life is like today.

 

In the book, Alcoholics Anonymous, it talks about how we found God, I was spoon fed God as a child because I grew up in Ohio where Alcoholics Anonymous began. When I read "A.A. comes of Age" it quoted the first Chairman of Alcoholics Anonymous, Bernard Smith, who said, "True fellowship is based on ideas, God and...

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DID YOU KNOW?

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"Did You Know" is excerpted from a South Bend history professor's book, Changed by Grace.

 

This week's segment is from his chapter titled Psychotherapy and Religion: John Wesley was the earliest English-speaking author whom I have read who used the term "psychotherapy." He left the word in the original Greek as psyches therapeia, which meant the "healing of souls." This was the central task of all real spirituality, and both he and Jonathan Edwards believed that theologians needed to take...

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