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New Year’s Resolutions Dec. 27, 2014 Approximately one-half of the US population regularly makes New Year’s Resolutions each year. An additional 17% make resolutions periodically but not necessarily every year. However, by Jan. 20th over 70% of all people who...
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IBS is a frustrating and often debilitating chronic illness characterized by diarrhea, constipation, abdominal pain, bloating and spasms. Conventional medical treatment includes a variety of medications, a high fiber diet, fiber supplements and behavioral changes. The behavioral changes include exercise,...
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By Chaplain Paul G. Durbin, Ph.D. The Bible has been the most influential book in my life and it still speaks something new to me each time I read it. What is the first written record of the use of...
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