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Adventists Feature in Society of Lifestyle Medicine Conference

Presentations at the Australian conference emphasized how gut microbiota affects mental health.

U.S. Senate Chaplain Recognized for His Defense of Religious Liberty

Barry Black named 2019 Canterbury Medalist by the Becket Fund organization.

Adventists Increase Impact on Health With New Medical Transport Vehicles

In southern Mexico, newly equipped vans will expand medical missionary outreach.



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Statement for 2019 World Refugee Day

June 20 is World Refugee Day when the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) joins the United Nations and the world to commemorate the strength, courage and perseverance of millions of refugees, and show support for families forced to leave their homes due to persecution or conflict.  ADRA remains committed to supporting and protecting refugees and other displaced children, women, and men, providing food, shelter, safe water, hygiene goods, psychosocial support and other services to...

In Mexico, Adventists further health impact across Chiapas with new mobile health vehicles

The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Chiapas, Mexico, highlighted its comprehensive health impact plan with eight brand-new vehicles during a special ceremony held in Tuxtla, Gutiérrez, Chiapas, June 3, 2019.  The new vans will be used to expand the health and medical missionary work at the eight conferences that comprise the union territory. “Health is one of the important pillars the church should invest in to be used as a light where it is needed most, as part of fulfilling the mission,” said...

‘Religious liberty is human rights’

“These people had been falsely labelled religious bigots and mystics.” Sound familiar. There has been lots of talk about religious freedom in Australia and the Church lately. Many Christians may feel they’ve been falsely labelled. The independent commentator continues. “I could not admire [enough] their steadfastness in remaining true to their faith after eight years of daily persecution, even when they couldn’t meet together as a congregation, after their preachers had been driven away from...

Loma Linda University Health diabetes prevention program merits CDC recognition

Loma Linda University Medical Center’s Diabetes Treatment Center was recently awarded the prestigious Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recognition for a quality diabetes prevention program, a designation that underscores the facility’s expertise in delivering a proven diabetes prevention lifestyle changes for patients. The recognition affirms the center’s ability to help patients make lifestyle changes designed to help them lose weight, reduce blood glucose levels and control...




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