While many remain skeptical, find out why federal regulators have approved the new weight-loss drug Contrave and why they think it can be effective in fighting obesity.
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Proverbs 23:7 says, "As a man thinks in his heart, so is he." Are you already defeated when it comes to getting your body in shape?
This component can attach itself to some of your favorite foods, and you might not even know it.
While their country is plagued with violence, drug cartels and poverty, many Colombians literally can see a brighter future, thanks to a Dallas-based ministry whose force is 90 percent volunteer.
Find out what may be slowing the number of new cases diagnosed and why American obesity may be leveling off.
People who suffer from these conditions often consult pastors for advice, but are those pastors equipped to help? LifeWay Research explores the issue.
Are the alternatives to brand-name medications, many of which come from overseas, really as effective as advertised?
These 2 delights may be a staple for folks during the autumn season, but there are healthier ways of consuming them.
Doesn't the answer to the obesity crisis in the church lie with the church itself?
Do you often find you've put your body in the tension triangle? Here's how to get out of it—and the wonderful benefits that will follow.
The average American abdominal area—both male and female—has grown significantly in the last 15 years. Here's how much.
This ingredient in processed foods could give your liver and stomach fits.
Here's why men who exercise vigorously can keep hypertension at bay for a significant amount of time longer than those who don't.
When hormones turn wacky, it's normal to feel drained and exhausted. Here's what else foods can do to your attitude and emotional well-being.
Here's what Russell Pyle did immediately after being diagnosed with bladder cancer and what you can do in your situation.
These beneficial bacteria can be found in certain foods. Here's what the research revealed.
We all would like to be physically and mentally fit. What does that look like for you?
Are you, while raising your children, also taking care of one or both of your parents?
You don't have to keep eating chips and ice cream. Here's a good way to teach your brain to ignore the bad stuff and eat the good stuff.
Here are some things you can do when you don't feel like your physician is giving you his full attention.