Loma Linda makes strides in the world of stem cell research

Loma Linda makes strides in the world of stem cell research

Doctors at Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital recently conducted the institution’s first stem cell transplant in a sickle cell disease patient, effectively curing her of the inherited blood disease. The successful procedure offers hope and accessible treatment to those suffering from the disease in the Inland Empire and surrounding regions.

What Happens When a Church in Minnesota Reaches India

What Happens When a Church in Minnesota Reaches India

Andhra Pradesh, India – The Minnesota Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church helped sponsor a trip to Andhra Pradesh, India, in February 2019. The mission trip was organized by retired pastor Larry Milliken, who has dedicated his life to the mission field, and especially to India. Through this mission trip 8,200 miles (about 13,200 kilomete

How to Boost Your Health with this Ancient Diet

How to Boost Your Health with this Ancient Diet

The Daniel Fast diet is a dietary modification plan emphasizing simplicity and plant-based nutrition inspired by a character from a book in the Bible. The book of Daniel, which is named for the main character, highlights Daniel’s food choices and describes their positive physical, intellectual, and spiritual outcomes. These same beneficial outcomes

Innovative Initiative to Impact with Uplifting Media

Innovative Initiative to Impact with Uplifting Media

The work of church members in a Brazilian town is thought to be responsible for the increasing reach of the TV Novo Tempo Adventist network in the area, regional leaders said. These volunteers, who have become known as “antenna hunters,” are going door to door to introduce viewers to the Seventh-day Adventist television network in the region. The p

Research Results That Will Make You Want to be Vegan

Research Results That Will Make You Want to be Vegan

LOMA LINDA, CA — A vegan diet was found to produce the healthiest levels of diet-related biomarkers compared to other diet patterns, according to a Loma Linda University study. The study was reported last month in The Journal of Nutrition. Like clues at a crime scene, biomarkers in blood, urine, fat tissue and other biospecimens can serve as indica

Responding to the New Zealand Mosque Massacre

Responding to the New Zealand Mosque Massacre

Story 1: This Church Knows As I (Gaby) walked into Jamila’s home, I knew something was seriously wrong. Her usually cheerful self was hiding under puffy eyes and a somber mood. I did not see any of her colorful Kurdish outfits, just black — black robe, black shoes, black memories from a past that, as a refugee, she wanted to keep buried. Since the