Health Journals

In the year of the founding of the first Seventh-day Adventist health institution (which became Battle Creek Sanitarium), the first SDA health journal was launched. It was called the Health Reformer , later Good Health ; however, it was lost to the denomination when Dr. J. H. Kellogg and the Battle Creek Sanitarium were separated from the church. It was last listed in the 1906 Yearbook . However, by that time there were seven other health journals. Three of these— Life and Health, Washington, D.C.; Australasian Good Health, Wahroonga, Australia; and Good Health, London—were in English; the following were in other languages: Gute Gesundheit (“Good Health”), Hamburg; La Salud (“Health”), Guadalajara, Mexico; Sundhedsbladet (“Health Journal”), Copenhagen; and Le Vulgarisateur ...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.