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Seventh-Day Adventists

A branch of Protestantism founded by Ellen G White (1827–1915), which adheres to certain health-related guidelines. Seventh-Day Adventists abstain from alcohol and tobacco; consume a simple, strictly vegetarian diet; exercise; bathe regularly; and may use prayer instead of physicians, who are consulted when necessary.
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The dental and periodontal status of the Seventh-Day Adventist group was significantly better than that of the controls, suggesting that vegetarianism is beneficial to oral health.
Loma Linda is sort of a symbolic city for healthiness, and McDonald's is sort of a symbolism of unhealthiness," ABC News quoted Dysinger, a Seventh-Day Adventist, as saying.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church traces its history to the excitement generated by an early 19th-century preacher named William Miller.
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The Seventh-day Adventist school's existing campus on Date Avenue is being bought by the city so it can build a larger one at Fern Avenue and Kettering Street, the southwestern corner of the new park.
For the next two weeks, including Fourth of July weekend, up to 10,000 people a day will be attending and eating at the Seventh-day Adventist Church's annual world conference.
A federal appeals court has ruled that a Seventh-day Adventist college in Maryland is eligible for state funding.
AHS is working closely with our local Seventh-day Adventist church to make sure this transition is handled with the compassion that is central to our values and our faith," said Jimm Bunch, Tennessee Christian's CEO.
Also, as part of the American Culinary Federations school accreditation program, Nancy served as a member of the accreditation team that visited the Weimar Culinary Institute, a vegan, Seventh-day Adventist culinary arts program in Northern California.
The original sanitarium was run by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, a Protestant denomination that observes the Sabbath on Saturday.
Stayer, according to a 1998 profile of him that ran in the Orlando Sentinel, is a Seventh-day Adventist pastor turned attorney.
Schneider, 57, of Berrien Springs, Michigan, was elected today as president of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America at the 57th Adventist World Session in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.