Hymn writer Charles B. Widmeyer penned the words, “He who fed the multitude / turned the water into wine / to the hungry calleth now / come and dine.” What marks a special occasion better than eating together? Feasting connotes celebration, thanksgiving and fellowship.READ MORE
On Friday, January 12th President Donald Trump had his first medical exam in office to inspect the president’s physical fitness. The exam was completed at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland by Dr. Ronny Jackson, the residing White House military physician. Dr. Jackson previously served in the U.S. Navy as a rear admiral and was promoted to White House physician in 2006 following a deployment in Iraq.
The president’s medical exam consisted of a basic check-up (i.e. height and weight, blood pressure, and ear, nose, and throat), lab tests (i.e. glucose, cholesterol, hormone and vitamin levels), and screenings for age-related illnesses (i.e. heart disease or cancers). The results of the exam will be announced to the public.