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The Beginning of Dementia Isn’t the End of GraceSubscriber Access Only
How the church can come to the aid of sufferers and their loved ones.
ones. Matthew Loftus| August 18, 2017. Image: wildpixel / iStock. Finding Grace in the Face of Dementia: "Experiencing Dementia--Honoring God" Our
In ‘Alien: Covenant,’ the March of Progress Ends in Death
Ridley Scott's sci-fi franchise is as gruesome as ever—but this time, the horror feels disturbingly human.
Matthew Loftus| May 30, 2017. In 'Alien: Covenant,' the March of Progress Ends in Death. Matthew Loftus| May 30, 2017. Note: This review contains major plot spoilers.
Do We Really Need More Breast Cancer ‘Awareness’?Subscriber Access Only
Information gets us only so far on the road to health.
Matthew Loftus| September 23, 2016. Do We Really Need More Breast Cancer 'Awareness'? Information gets us only so far on the road to health. Matthew Loftus| September 23, 2016.
Is Addiction a Disease? Yes, and Much MoreSubscriber Access Only
Four core aspects of recovery that are essential for addressing addiction.
Matthew Loftus| November 23, 2016. Is Addiction a Disease? Yes, and Much More. Image: Stuart Fisher. Matthew Loftus| November 23, 2016. Many people see addiction . . .
Health Is About Way More Than WeightSubscriber Access Only
Our bodily well-being can't be reduced to a number on a scale.
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Matthew Loftus| June 23, 2016. Health Is About Way More Than Weight. Matthew Loftus| June 23, 2016. Which is worse: being overweight or being ashamed of being overweight?
Our Drugs AddictionSubscriber Access Only
The pharmaceutical industry has every incentive to let the rich get really sick, and to neglect the poor.
Matthew Loftus| April 24, 2016. Our Drugs Addiction. The pharmaceutical industry has every incentive to let the rich get really sick, and to neglect the poor. Matthew Loftus| April 24, 2016.
La salud es mucho más que el peso
La salud de nuestro cuerpo no puede ser reducida a una cifra en la báscula.
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Matthew Loftus| June 23, 2016. La salud es mucho más que el peso. Matthew Loftus| June 23, 2016. ¿Qué es peor: estar con sobrepeso o estar avergonzado por estar con sobrepeso?
How the Church HealsSubscriber Access Only
No other institution contributes to public health like the Body of Christ.
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Matthew Loftus| February 19, 2016. How the Church Heals. No other institution contributes to public health like the Body of Christ. Matthew Loftus| February 19, 2016.
La manera en que la iglesia sana
Ninguna otra institución contribuye a la salud pública como el Cuerpo de Cristo.
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Matthew Loftus| April 4, 2016. La manera en que la iglesia sana. Ninguna otra institución contribuye a la salud pública como el Cuerpo de Cristo. Matthew Loftus| April 4, 2016.
My Neighbor’s Health Is My Business
If we're serious about saving lives, we'll be serious about public health.
Matthew Loftus| November 23, 2015. My Neighbor's Health Is My Business. If we're serious about saving lives, we'll be serious about public health. Matthew Loftus| November 23, 2015.
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Responses to our October issue via letters, tweets, and Facebook posts.
Mark Galli​. Awareness Is Good. Attention Is Better. p. 31. I don't see Matthew Loftus get as much praise as he should. His columns are consistently
What 'The Hunger Games' Taught Three Millennials
But does Katniss actually endorse the Hunger Games?
Morgan Lee, DL Mayfield, and Matthew Loftus| November 17, 2015. What Morgan Lee, DL Mayfield, and Matthew Loftus| November 17, 2015. Editor's
The 5 Most Common Anti-Vaccine ArgumentsSubscriber Access Only
With responses from a family doctor.
Matthew Loftus, MD| May 5, 2015. The 5 Most Common Anti-Vaccine Arguments. Matthew Loftus, MD| May 5, 2015. #1 "What about the link between vaccines and autism?".
Why Christians of All People Should Get Their VaccinesSubscriber Access Only
For the love, folks.
For the love, folks. Matthew Loftus, MD| May 5, 2015. Why Christians of All People Should Get Their Vaccines. Image: Ryan Hayslip. For the love, folks. Matthew Loftus, MD| May 5, 2015.
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Responses to our May issue via letters, tweets, and Facebook posts.
Unfortunately, Matthew Loftus overlooked aspects of the biopharmaceutical sector that enable it to make enormous contributions to the health and well-being of lower-income individuals
Race, Religion, and the Republican Dilemma
The church has an opportunity to encourage human flourishing even more.
Matthew Loftus has written persuasively on a number of specific issues which Christians Christian conservatives should be able to find common ground on with movements like
Hope in the Face of Intractable RacismSubscriber Access Only
The church provides two gifts to the conversation on race.
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But laws can only do so much. Eventually, we're stymied by continuing racial tensions, as Matthew Loftus, a physician outside Baltimore, noted for First Things:
Esperanza frente al racismo intratable
La iglesia provee dos regalos en la conversación sobre el racismo
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Finalmente, nos vemos obstaculizados por una tensión racial continua, como señaló recientemente Matthew Loftus, un médico a las afueras de Baltimore, para la publicación First
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Readers respond to the May issue via letters, tweets, and blogs.
June 29, 2015. Reply All. Why I Still Vaccinate p. 32. Thank you for the thorough and well-researched cover story by Matthew Loftus. It is ironic and sad
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Your recommendations for Christian millennials to watch.
Matthew Loftus @matthew_loftus | Baltimore. Matthew Loftus is a primary care physician who upholds the individualized care of a family doctor in today's
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Learning from Paul to Leverage Networking for Missions
Learning from Paul to Leverage Networking for Missions
The 'Apostle to the Gentiles' had an entrepreneurial spirit that helped him spread the Gospel.
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