Articles Tagged Health - ULC Blog

May is Mental Health Month. You may not be aware of how prevalent issues of depression, anxiety or other types of mental illness are in your faith community. With one out of every five adults and one out of every six you ...

Category: Aid Health and Wellness

When you are caught in the throes of loneliness, it can be easy to assume that you are the only one who feels the way you do. Many studies, however, report that over 60% of Americans are lonely, and that number has surel ...

Category: Health and Wellness

Running and walking are great for your health. They're also excellent ways to raise awareness and money for causes that are important to you. If you have been running for a while, you may have participated in Race for th ...

Category: Equal Rights Health and Wellness

Winter months are a palpable threat to the homeless population in your city. Freezing temperatures and wintry precipitation can make living on the streets unbearable and sometimes even dangerous. Many churches have yearl ...

Category: Aid Health and Wellness Morality

Stress is an unavoidable part of life; in fact, some stress can even be good for you. But if you don't handle stress well it can quickly become overwhelming, so learning to complete the cycle of stress is important.

Category: Health and Wellness

Many people are not as open-minded as they like to think they are, or once were.  If you value your image of yourself as a reasonable individual, try taking some steps to stay as open-minded as you strive to be.

Category: Health and Wellness

Countries like Thailand, Cambodia, and Laos were just a few of the countries in Southeast Asia that fared better than average in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Could their large Buddhist populations play a part?

Category: Buddhism

As requirements for face masks become mandatory, then optional, then mandatory again, some wonder about the purpose and effectiveness of anti-burqa laws.

Category: Politics Religion

A Nevada church attempts to fight for religious gatherings in the Supreme Court; if they succeed will this cause a spike in COVID deaths among Nevada churchgoers?

Category: Politics Religion

In the Muslim religion, one of the most important things a person can do in his or her lifetime is to participate in the hajj, a massive pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia that generally draws millions of people each ye ...

Category: Islam Religion