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Watch the Portion Sizes When Dining Out
More Americans are eating out, resulting in a higher calorie intake and a larger obesity rate.
Panel: Counsel Women With Likely BRCA Family History
A government panel said there is no benefitand potential harmin testing women for mutations if they have no family history of breast or ovarian cancer, or if their family history doesnt suggest an underlying genetic cause.
High-Soy Diet May Help Fight Lung Cancer
A study at the Vanderbilt University school of medicine revealed that women fighting lung cancer who ate a diet rich in soy lived longer than those who didnt.
End-of-Life Talks Lacking Between Doctors, Patients
A lack of discussion about patients wishes is often what leads to very aggressive care at the end of life, followed by stress and regret from family members.
Harvard Links 180,000 Deaths to Sugary Drinks
The American Beverage Association criticized a new study that revealed sugar-sweetened drinks hazardous to public health.
Chinese Herbs May Reduce Hot Flashes
A new study has revealed that women who took a Chinese herbal formula experienced less than half the number of menopausal hot flashes they had before the treatment.
Christians Can Choose Stress or Emotional Wellness
Discover what simple changes that will allow you to incorporate positive choices in your life and that will open doors of opportunity for you to shine as a child of the King.
WWGE: What Would God Eat?
When it comes to weight loss and our bodies, we tend to forget that God has a plan for us and how we should live.
Consumer Group Says Restaurant Meals for Kids Fail Nutrition Test
A recent study by the Center for Science in the Public Interest revealed that U.S. restaurant chain menu items contain too many calories and too much salt as well as little vegetables or fruit.
Laughter: Indeed the Best Medicine
Maintaining a good sense of humor has proven to be a major benefit to the physical and mental health of individuals, especially in their golden years.
Coffee Talk: Heavy Consumption Can Trigger Harmful Physical Effects
Studies have shown that there are risks for heavy coffee drinkers, including a risk of increased cholesterol and blood homocysteine levels, not to mention the caffeine addiction.
Back Manipulation May Help Relieve Chronic Pain
A study suggests that moving out-of-line joints back into place relaxing overused muscles and massaging soft tissue can reduce back pain.
Don Colbert: Beat Down Stress With The Word
Stress is the most powerful contributor to migraine headaches. Gods Word is the most powerful weapon against them, and a few other health tips cant hurt.
Saying Goodbye to Sugar Takes Patience, Discipline
While it may be difficult to stay away from the sweets, the obvious positive effects on the body are too good to ignore.
Fewer Blood Pressure Screens May Be More Effective
A study has revealed that measurements are often taken without following proper procedure, and many individuals are mistakenly diagnosed and treated for high blood pressure.
Statins Tied to Lowered Liver Cancer Risk With Hepatitis C
Research from Taiwain reveals that individuals who have been infected by hepatitis C are less likely to develop liver cancer if they are on cholesterol-lowering drugs.
Reordering Will Help Defeat Chronic Disorder
A life in order has its priorities correctly assigned and establishes boundaries to protect these priorities. Turn to God to put order back in your life.
U.S. Autism Rate for Children Rises Significantly
As many as one in 50 U.S. school-age children are diagnosed with autism, up from one in 86 in 2007.
Staying Faithful in Fitness Reaps Sweet Rewards
When we strive to honor God by working willingly and wholeheartedly at everything we do, the fruit well receive will be sweet and full of life-giving nourishment for our mind, body and soul.