The school nutrition overhaul seeks to make a dent in the nations obesity epidemic.
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Study: Earlier Lunchtime Could Aide in Weight Loss
A nutrition researcher at a Massachusetts hospital says that people who eat later in the day have extra food in their stomachs when they go to bed and it could end up stored as fat.
Supplement Reduces Risk of Diabetes in Pregnancy
A study has revealed that myo-inositol may help lower the number of cases of gestational diabetes, prevalent in overweight pregnant women.
Pure Water: The Greatest of All ‘Health Potions’
Pure water is the best substance individuals can put into their bodies to maintain good health.
Doctors Find Placebos Effective For Children’s Migraines
The dummy pills were discovered to be as good as most drugs for preventing migraines in children and teens.
Get On the Fast(ing) Track
Fasting provides many health benefits for your body, mind and spirit.
Ground-Beef Salmonella Linked to Single Restaurant
Consumers from five states were hospitalized after reportedly eating a raw ground-beef dish at a Midwest-based restaurant.
Exercise Strategies for Conquering Stress
In an excerpt from his book The Bible Cure for Stress, Don Colbert, M.D., reveals several things you can do to relax your body.
Understanding Obesity Takes Education
Is excess weight threatening your life? You can overcome it because you are Gods masterpiece.
Lisa Bevere: The Image of the Lie
The best-selling author explains that if you are unhappy with your present outward condition, whatever it may be, reflects a deeper inner turmoil.
Study: Car Commuters Gain More Weight
A report from Australia reveals that people who drive to work gained an average of four pounds over four years, more than those who ride trains, buses or bikes.
Fibromyalgia Treatment: Improving Quality of Life
Cupping therapy message is designed to treat the muscle condition naturally and has been proven effective.
Study Finds Medicaid Coverage Gaps in States
A survey by the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation says that state Medicaid programs are failing to reach large numbers of the countrys poor.
Binge Drinking: Self-Medication for Women?
A new study claims that binge drinking among American females, young and old, is becoming a growing problem.
Evidence Grows for Narcolepsy Link to Swine Flu Shot
Northern European countries have seen spikes in narcolepsy cases after individuals were immunized with the Pandemrix H1N1 vaccine.
Pastor Steve Reynolds: Your Gameplan for Health
If you want to lose weight, you have to pay the price and work through the sweat and tears. The good news is that the reward is surely great.
Breathing Program May Help Save Newborns’ Lives
The American Academy of Pediatrics has developed a program that may help prevent birth asphyxia, one of the major causes of newborn deaths.
‘Fun’ctional Fitness Makes it Easier
Are you having fun? Keep asking yourself that question. After all, were created for Gods pleasure.
Make Progress, Don’t Expect Perfection
Procrastinationand lets be honest, just plain lazinessare two of the biggest hindrances to trying to lose weight.
Joyce Meyer: Feeling Your Emotional Best
Our feelings can affect our physical health, often more than we realize. Heres how to manage your emotions the way God intended.