Cancer

July 19, 2023

“Vaccine News You Can Use” for Family Physicians – Summer 2023

I’ve been honored to write a quarterly column, “Vaccine News You Can Use” for the Colorado Family Physician journal for a number of years. If you’d […]
July 17, 2023

Ask Dr. Walt 11 – Essential #5 – Avoid Loneliness Like the Plague OR The Essential of Relationships (Part 2)

I shared in our last episode how love, social support, intimacy, security, safety, satisfaction, connectedness, and community all can affect our physical, emotional, and spiritual health. […]
July 13, 2023

The Writer’s Studio 14 – My Interview with Philip Yancey (Part 2)

Award Winning and uber best-selling author Philip Yancey returns to share his experience as a writer as well as a few tips for aspiring writers in […]
July 12, 2023

Magazine touts Phil Larimore’s heroics in WWII and the book about him

I was delighted to see this article in North magazine about my father, his WWII heroics, and the award-winning book about him and the men with whom he […]
July 10, 2023

Ask Dr. Walt – Episode #10 – Essential #5 – Avoid Loneliness Like the Plague OR The Essential of Relationships (Part 1)

How important are positive friendships and healthful family relationships? You may be stunned to learn that without them, your physical, mental, and spiritual health may suffer. […]
July 7, 2023

The Writer’s Studio 13 – My Interview with Philip Yancey (Part 1)

Philip Yancey is one of the most celebrated Christian authors in America and sits down with me to share a little about his background and how […]
July 5, 2023

Monthly Family Update – July 2023

Here are the contents of this month’s newsletter: My Father to be posthumously inducted into the 3rd Infantry Division’s Marne Hall of Fame At First Light […]
July 4, 2023

A U.S. President opines on “What the Fourth of July means to me”

In his first year as president, Ronald Reagan wrote an essay entitled “What the Fourth of July Means To Me.” Today, as you prepare to celebrate […]
August 19, 2009

Four lifestyle choices reduce risk of chronic disease 80 percent

What an interesting new study. It concludes that to dramatically reduce your healthcare costs, to lengthen your life, to improve the quality of your life, and, […]
August 27, 2009

Chewing Tobacco No Safer Than Smoking

Tobacco users who think it’s safer to dip snuff or chew tobacco than smoke are dead wrong, researchers say. A study has found that taking one pinch […]
September 2, 2009

HPV vaccine (Gardasil) expert questions vaccination for young girls

Dr. Diane Harper, a friend of mine, is one of the lead researchers for the HPV vaccine (Gardasil), and now “is speaking out about its risks, […]
September 3, 2009

Daily drinking of beer or liquor raises risk of several cancers

Men who drink beer or liquor on a regular basis may face a heightened risk of several different types of cancer, a new study suggests. But, […]
September 10, 2009

FDA panel backs Gardasil (HPV vaccine) safety and efficacy for genital warts in young men

News outlets are reporting that an FDA advisory panel “endorsed the use of” Merck’s Gardasil “for boys and young men.” The panel “voted in favor of […]
October 17, 2009

The Dark Side of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the brilliant (and omnipresent) pink-ribbon campaign is once again raising huge amounts of money in the “race for the cure.” […]