January 12, 2024

Ask Dr. Walt 41 – Helping your family flourish

Researchers tell us there is hope for the family in America. W. Bradford Wilcox, the director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia […]
January 10, 2024

“The man that bullets couldn’t stop” — Author writes book of his father’s WWII heroism

I’ve been blessed with so many great reviews and articles about my WWII book about my father and his heroics and exploits. But, I’d have to […]
January 8, 2024

Ask Dr. Walt 39 – How to prepare healthy family meals you and your kids will crave

Why is it you and your kids crave fast foods and restaurant meals? On today’s episode of Ask Dr. Walt, my guest and I will spill […]
January 5, 2024

Ask Dr. Walt 37 – How to provide great nutrition for your kids

Those of you that are parents of children and teens know how very important you are to your kid’s physical, emotional, relational, and spiritual health. And […]
January 4, 2024

My hero would have turned 99 today

Most of you know that my book about my dad’s heroism and exploits during and just after WWII, At First Light: A True World War II […]
January 3, 2024

Well done my good and faithful servant

As a follower of Jesus, I’ve always wanted, once I arrive in Heaven, to hear my Lord say, “Well done, my good and faithful servant” (Mt. […]
January 2, 2024

January 2, 1944 – A teenage WWII hero prepares to ship out – Part 2 – Final leave

Phil Larimore”s leave finally came through after New Year’s Day. There wasn’t enough time to make one last visit to his parents and see Marilyn, however. […]
January 2, 2024

Monthly Family Update – January 2024

Here are the contents of this month’s newsletter: Starting a new blog series: Where Was Phil Larimore 80 Years Ago Today? Wreaths Across America honors my […]
March 9, 2009

What if healthcare reform in America led to the banning of life-prolonging cancer drugs? Don’t think it could happen? Then read this.

My friend, Gary Bauer, wrote in his daily email blast, “During the debate on the so-called ‘stimulus’ bill, many conservatives warned against a provision snuck into […]
March 13, 2009

Research suggests wine neither increases nor reduces breast cancer risk

In a recent blog I told you about a study of more than 1.2 million women in the UK that concluded that alcohol consumption may account for […]
March 18, 2009

Ironically, the most devout are the most likely to utilize death-to-the-end treatment

The New York Times reports, “Terminally ill cancer patients who drew comfort from religion were far more likely to seek aggressive, life-prolonging care in the week […]
March 18, 2009

Obesity associated with large losses in expected lifespan: Study indicates. What can you do for your family?

  USA Today reports, “Weighing too much may take as much as a decade off your life, according a new analysis of studies that involved 900,000 […]
March 20, 2009

Q & A: Should men still get PSAs screenings or not?

Two eagerly awaited studies of a total of 250,000 men have raised new questions and concerns about the risks and benefits of the prostate-specific antigen test, […]
March 20, 2009

Routine Prostate Cancer Screenings Don’t Significantly Prevent Deaths, Research Shows

Two large, long-awaited studies have failed to produce convincing evidence that routine prostate cancer screening significantly reduces the chances of dying from the disease without putting […]