Lombard counseled one couple that had been married 25 years but hadn’t had sex in more than 20 years. One night, the husband rolled over and touched his wife. She rolled the opposite way. He stopped trying. Neither knew how to communicate about the problem. (more…)
Hepatitis C remains a serious public health problem. Exciting progress in understanding some of the basic biologic aspects of the hepatitis C virus (HCV) is ongoing, and potential alternative treatment regimens based on these findings are now being explored in clinical trials. (more…)
The 2010-2011 influenza season continues to be off to a slow start. Although the number of cases of influenza is increasing every week, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that nowhere in the United States has the disease reached an epidemic level. (more…)
Is your heart prodding you to make some kind of change in your life? Do you ever wake up in the morning and ask yourself “Is this all there is?” Do you feel like something is missing? Many of us are dealing with these questions and many of us are seeking change in our lives. But, as the saying goes, “Be careful what you ask for because you might get it”. Change can be the most difficult thing that a person confronts in their life. It is not easy to do or to go through. However, the consequences of not changing can keep people stuck in a life that is lacking in spirit and joy. This reminds me of the following saying: ” The only difference between a rut and a grave is its depth”.