Word of Wisdom
 Sanitized Church history
- Diary of Joseph Smith, Friday, May 31, 1844 — "called to see Sister Richards who was very sick. Laid on hands. Directed some Raspberry tea and she was better." Scott H. Faulring, ed., An American Prophet's Record: The Diaries & Journals of Joseph Smith, 2nd ed., (Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1989), p. 486.
- History of the Church 6:424, entry for Friday, May 31, 1844 sanitized to protect the Mormons' faith now reads, "called to see Sister Richards, who was sick. I administered to her laying on of hands, when she felt better."
- "Strict observance of the Word of Wisdom did not become a requirement for temple attendance until the 1920s under Church president Heber J. Grant." 
"I have always wondered how beer became banned when the WoW seems to expressly allow it."