Signs of the Times

October 2016 Issue | Vol 131 No 10

Articles in This Issue:

The brain-immune connection
The brain-immune connection
Research shows what’s good for your brain is also good for your immune system.
Standing at work
Standing at work
The standing desk phenomenon has gained traction in the workplace, but is it really that good for your health?
Our battle with evil
Our battle with evil
Is it possible to overcome sin, and if so, how?
Is sharing caring?
Is sharing caring?
Do the promises of the “new economy” of a better community and a gentler impact on the environment stand up?
Living in enemy territory
Living in enemy territory
The universe is at war. But there is something we can do about it.
How to keep the Sabbath
How to keep the Sabbath
There are many ways to enjoy the Sabbath that are in keeping with biblical principles.
The earthquake that will end time
The earthquake that will end time
In late August, damaging earthquakes struck such diverse places as Italy and Myanmar. Is this what Jesus said was coming at the end of the world?
Making healthy burgers
Making healthy burgers
While for a meat-eater a juicy burger can be one of life’s pleasures, most food such as this can bring on chronic disease.
Listening to my hair grow
Listening to my hair grow
Taking a break when you’re overwhelmed by demands on your time, might be the best thing you can do.
Go healthy for good - October 2016
Go healthy for good - October 2016
Wake early on weekdays and sleep in on weekends? Well, you could be increasing your risk of heart disease and diabetes.
Help for those stuck in poverty
Help for those stuck in poverty
A community-based project is helping to improve the livelihoods of villagers in Myanmar.
Gift of the century
Gift of the century
Our society increasingly measures people by the value of their possessions, but there’s an alternative that’s much better.
Pokémon go … but go where?
Pokémon go … but go where?
There’s much more to living in an augmented reality.
Father time
Father time
This fatherhood classic has good intentions, but ultimately misses the mark.
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