Let General Conference and the wise words of Wilford Woodruff inspire your own healthy choices. Today’s article includes a printable and a fabulous lentil crockpot soup that is perfect for nippy fall evenings.
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Like most of us, Rich Higbee never expected to cope with mental health challenges in his family, or that one daughter’s unhappiness could end up flooding his entire family. He has worked in the health and wellness industry for 24 years and has the gospel—enough to surely have a vibrant, mentally well family. Yet, we don’t always get what we expect, including Rich who didn’t know what an unexpected turn his life would take.
Three scientists won the Nobel Prize when they discovered a gas called Nitric Oxide that’s produced in the lining of our arteries — with the responsibility of increasing blood circulation, oxygen and nutrients to your body’s cells, tissues and organs such as the heart and brain. When we are young, our body produces the gas on its own, but as we age, we could use a little help with Nitric Oxide production. And that help makes all the difference.
I recently learned that my best friend shared some deeply personal information about my life with another person without my permission. This information spread to other people and eventually got back to me. Due to of a string of previous betrayals in my life, trusting others hasn’t been easy for me. This discovery has devastated me and caused me to wonder if I can ever trust anyone again.
Behind the safety net of yellow signs, for the past 35 years schools and libraries have been categorized by the United States as “safe places” for children. Sadly, the majority of these “safe places” are exploiting children by spoon feeding them pornographic images, videos, and illicit sexual articles through databases that have been marketed to schools and libraries as “safe and secure.”
President Russell M. Nelson has been addressing us for years as an apostle and prophet. But did you know that the first time he spoke in General Conference was in 1968 while he was the President of the Bonneville Stake? At the women’s session of General Conference this month, he spoke of the powerful role women play in the Church and at home. In October of 1968, he spoke of the importance of fathers.
Patting yourself on the back for gritting through “the talk” with your kid? Not so fast: new research from BYU family life professor Laura Padilla-Walker suggests that when it comes to your teens, one vague and generic conversation about sex is not enough.