What We Read This Week


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Each week, we bring you interesting stories from around the web. Here’s what caught our eye this week!


LIFESTYLE

What will you miss?

We often become so consumed by the work, that we lose sight of what’s most important…Read Full Article

From Linkedin


SOCIETY

Married to Mental Illness

The Mental Health Commission of Canada outlined the significant burden placed on caregivers of someone living with mental illness in a 2013 report. It states that the nature of caregiving where a partner has a mental illness can generate substantial emotional, physical, financial and social hardships due to the “episodic and sometimes unpredictable nature of many mental illnesses.” Yet services for caregivers are “spotty and inconsistent at best (and often non-existent).”…Read Full Article

From ucobserver


SCIENCE

7 reasons mosquitoes bite some people more than others

Are you a mecca for mosquitoes? Understanding what lures the insidious insects can be useful in avoiding them.Read Full Article

From Treehugger


SPIRITUALITY

God Bless You

The only times I’ve ever uttered “God bless you” is after a sneeze. Absent an achoo, I can’t form the words without feeling hokey. Somehow, that kind of openly religious expressiveness seems suited to only specific categories of people: ministers, priests, nuns, TV evangelists, ethnic grandmothers and American politicians.…Read Full Article

From Ucobserver


HEALTH

Eat This Carb and You Won’t Gain Weight

Out of the pile of cast-off carbs, there are some you should keep. New research around a certain kind of carb, called “resistant starch,” suggests that they could be a key way to help control weight…Read Full Article

From Time


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Categories: Christian Life, Daily Life, Health, Life style, People, science, society, spirituality

Author:Wood Lake Publishing

At Wood Lake Publishing we are passionate about supporting and encouraging an emerging form of Christianity, which is rooted in ancient wisdom and attentive to the movement of spirit in our day. Visit us online at woodlakebooks.com

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