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Health&Healing Publication Schedule
  • Health&Healing is published six times a year, in January, March, May, July, September, and November—typically mid-month
  • Each issue has a feature topic
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JANUARY 2019
“WHOLE HEALING: MIND-BODY-SPIRIT”

Publication Date – January 9

Health, it is clear, involves the balancing of our inextricable physical, mental, emotional, and energetic selves. And healing—addressing the imbalances that manifest as pain and illness—must necessarily be holistic. In the January issue, we will explore with area health care providers how they address the whole patient in the healing process.

MARCH 2019
“UNDERSTANDING, EASING & ELIMINATING PAIN”

Publication Date – March 6

Underlying the epidemic of opioid addiction in this country is the problem of pain. Millions of Americans deal daily with severe and chronic pain, and are challenged to find relief. But while a plentiful array of drugs exists for the sole or principal purpose of relieving pain, taking them long-term can have adverse consequences—ranging from problem side effects to addiction. Happily, many non-pharmaceutical treatments for pain—used with or in place of medication—offer relief for sufferers. Understanding the source of pain may be the key to determining the most effective treatment for each patient. In March, we will explore with area practitioners many approaches to ease or eliminate pain.

MAY 2019 • “CHRONIC ILLNESS”

Publication Date – May 8

Experts report that about half of all adults in the U.S. have one or more chronic health conditions, such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, obesity, and arthritis. In a recent, typical year, seven of the top ten causes of death were chronic diseases, and two of them—heart disease and cancer— accounted for nearly half of all deaths. A grim picture. But, at the same time, there are promising developments in medical understanding and treatment options. Lifestyle changes— including exercise and diet—can be transformative, as can new medications and therapies.  In this issue, we ask local practitioners to offer guidance to lessen the impact of chronic illnesses”