Infectious disease

January 26, 2024

Good-bye to “Ask Dr Walt” after four seasons on LiftableTV

From 2021-2022, I was honored to host a TV show, “Ask Dr. Walt” on LiftableTV. I was delighted that the show ran for four seasons, totaling […]
January 24, 2024

A newly discovered eyewitness account of my father’s last WWII battle in which he lost his leg and almost his life

Two weeks I posted an article about my WWII book, At First Light, in which I mentioned that my father, Major Philip B. Larimore, Jr., one […]
January 22, 2024

Ask Dr. Walt 35 – Sexual identity and transgenderism

A novel way of thinking about one’s body has entered into popular culture. “Transgender” individuals refer to their “gender” as a sexual identity that may be […]
January 19, 2024

January 19, 1944 – A teenage WWII hero prepares to ship out – Part 6 – Final letter home

Phil wrote his mother from Fort Meade, Maryland. It’s unclear when or where Phil learned of his transfer to the 3rd Infantry Division. Certainly in this […]
January 19, 2024

Ask Dr. Walt 34 – To become a better parent focus on your parenting style

In my career, I’ve attended the births of over 1500 babies. In almost every case, the parents wanted to be great parents. But most of them […]
January 17, 2024

January 17, 1944 – A teenage WWII hero prepares to ship out – Part 5 – Coast Guard Beach Patrol

After a week at Fort Meade, Phil received orders to take a train 200 miles to Camp Patrick Henry[1] in Warwick County, Virginia. With the usual […]
January 17, 2024

Becoming an everyday missionary wherever God plants you!

Recently I presented a world-wide, online webinar for the International Christian Medical and Dental Associations on the topic of “How to Be an Everyday Missionary in […]
January 15, 2024

Ask Dr. Walt 40 – A family plan for spiritual growth

Most parents who value Christian faith want their children to enjoy a vibrant, growing relationship with God, both now and throughout their lives. But did you […]
March 7, 2022

Getting vaccinated after COVID infection drastically reduces the risk of reinfection

People with a history of COVID-19 who get vaccinated appear to have a dramatically reduced risk of future reinfection.
March 9, 2022

COVID Booster advice keeps changing so here’s how to figure out what you should do

It’s a privilege to be a part of the wonderful healthcare professionals at UCHealth in Colorado. They recently published some advice, “Making sense of coronavirus vaccine […]
March 11, 2022

What to do for the disturbing symptoms of long COVID?

As I told you earlier this week, I’m blessed to be a small part of a great team of healthcare professionals at UCHealth and the University […]
March 15, 2022

Study finds lasting protection from COVID-19 vaccines

COVID vaccination, particularly the mRNA vaccine, offers long-lasting protection from the worst outcomes of COVID-19, according to a study by the University of North Carolina at […]
March 18, 2022

COVID-19 may cause loss of gray matter and tissue damage in the brain

The New York Times reports, “COVID-19 may cause greater loss of gray matter and tissue damage in the brain than naturally occurs in people who have not […]
March 22, 2022

Unvaccinated kids 8 times more likely to get COVID-19

Research published in the journal Pediatrics showed that COVID-19 incidence was eight times greater in unvaccinated children than in those who had been vaccinated.