Health & Wellness

Faith Podcasts
The EditorsAugust 03, 2017
Simcha Fisher discusses her recent article "I thought Good Catholics didn't need therapy. Then I went."
Arts & Culture Ideas
Robert F. MorneauAugust 01, 2017
Is there something in the very nature of sin and narcissism that wounds us, that makes us sad?
Under the D.S.R.I.P. model, physicians keep a close eye on their patients’ progress to prevent unnecessary hospitalizations. (iStock/sturti)
Politics & Society Short Take
Mario J. ParedesJuly 31, 2017
Several states are pioneering a system that rewards long-term wellness rather than a higher volume of health care services.
Arts & Culture Film
Karen RossJuly 21, 2017
“To the Bone,” which recently premiered on Netflix, tells the story of 20-year-old Ellen (Lily Collins), who is living with anorexia nervosa.
A chaplain prays with a nurse in a scene from the documentary “Your Health: A Sacred Matter,” which airs on several PBS stations Friday and Saturday July 7 and 8. Photo courtesy of Auteur Productions
Faith News
Researchers from Vanderbilt University found that middle-aged adults who attended religious services at least once in the past year were half as likely to die prematurely as those who didn’t.
Faith jesuitical
Olga SeguraJune 23, 2017
It's not easy to talk about mental health. How can we make that conversation easier to have?