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Denise Ferrell

Denise Ferrell
Denise is a Registered Nurse, married, and has lived in Alabama all of her life. She has been a Christian for more than 40 years and has studied Prophecy for over 25 years. She writes devotionals for Faithwriters (www.faithwriters.com). She also writes for TGGmag ('Tween Girls and God online magazine for girls age 9-12). She desires to share Christ with others through her writing and is looking forward to the soon return of our Lord Jesus Christ.

The Role of Probiotics in Treating Celiac Disease

May is Celiac Awareness Month. Many people are plagued with gluten sensitivity and allergic reactions. The consumption of gluten in those with celiac disease causes what they define as an autoimmune response — the body attacking itself. In this case, the immune system attacks the small intestine and inhibits nutrient ...

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What Toxic Ingredients Are Lurking in Your Cosmetics?

Many of us remember playing “dress-up” as little girls: donning our mother’s clothes and putting on her makeup. Most girls look forward to the day when they will be old enough to wear cosmetics. But the toxic ingredients in many of these products can be detrimental. Let’s look at a ...

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Broken Heart Syndrome

It sounds like an imaginary malady in a soap opera, doesn’t it? But this stress-induced cardiomyopathy is a very real condition. First described in the 1990’s by Japanese physicians, it is also called takotsubo cardiomyopathy. A takotsubo pot is a fishing pot used to trap an octopus and has a ...

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April is National Autism Awareness Month

Most of us probably know someone who is autistic. The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) reports a rise in the incidence of autism. As of 2014, one in sixty-eight children are diagnosed in the United States. What is Autism? Autism Spectrum Disorder affects a person’s ability to communicate. ...

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The Health Benefits of Flaxseeds

During the 8th century, King Charlemagne of France, strongly believed in the health benefits of flaxseed. His belief was so strong that he passed laws requiring his subjects to take it. Hippocrates also used it as one of the original medicines. The two types of flaxseed, golden and brown, have ...

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