Category Archive: Healthy Family

Nov 16 2014

Who Is a Disciple of Christ?

By Carey Kinsolving People will know that I am a follower of Jesus if I get caught doing good deeds,” says Emma, 8. Being caught for doing good deeds? That isn’t the way it worked at the elementary school I attended. But that’s the policy instituted at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy where Emma attends. When …

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Nov 14 2014

Robot Surgery

This technology can be employed across a broad range of minimally invasive techniques, and is optimized for multi-quadrant operations for gynecology, urology, thoracic, cardiac and overall, general surgery.   Story By Kelly Bell/ETR Longview Regional Medical Center (LRMC) has announced its installation of the state-of-the-art Robotic Surgical System. This technology is a major stride forward in …

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Nov 09 2014

Why Has God The Father Given His Son Power Over Everything?

By Carey Kinsolving “Jesus deserves all the power,” says Kianna, 9. “He died on the cross to save us from our sins. This is cool for me to believe in him. He created everything, so he should have power over everything. I think he totally deserves it!” In the Apostle John’s vision of heaven, he …

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Nov 08 2014

Beyond the Rhetoric

Cracking the Crack Investigation Cocaine By Harry C. Alford/NNPA Columnist       There have been incidents along our nation’s path that are outright disgusting and with racial animus. The internment of American citizens of Japanese descent during World War II along with the seizure of their land and businesses is a good example. The …

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Nov 05 2014

MEDICARE: “Lock-In” Program Could Solve Drug Fraud

Limiting drug-abusing patients to one doctor and one pharmacy for pain medication prescriptions could be the solution to Medicare drug abuse and some forms of fraud, according to a new report from National Center for Policy Analysis Senior Fellow Devon Herrick. “When Congress passed the Medicare Part D drug program, it inadvertently created a license …

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Nov 02 2014

How Can We Make Jesus More Important In Our Lives?

By Carey Kinsolving We can make Jesus more important in our lives by putting Christ in the center of all we do,” says Nathaniel, 8. “We do this by finding pleasure in studying God’s Word, learning about him and hiding God’s Word in our heart that we might not sin against him.” The issue in …

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Oct 26 2014

How Do You Know If You’re Going To Heaven?

By Carey Kinsolving My grandma thinks I’m going to heaven,” says Kole, 6. Why is it that most grandchildren can’t get enough of their grandparents? Most grandparents are smart enough to just love on their grandkids. They leave the hard stuff like correction and discipline for the parents. Kids instinctively sense when someone loves them. …

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Oct 26 2014

Beating breast cancer

Story by. Kelly Bell With October being Breast Cancer Awareness month pink ribbons are everywhere as reminders of the urgency of battling this disease. Dr. Christine Merritt and her staff at the Center for Breast Care of Longview Regional Medical Center recently hosted a “Dine for the Cure” event. Those in attendance learned of such …

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