Regular eaters of the citrus fruit who have given it up because of clashes with their prescription medication have new hope of enjoying it again.
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Often we need to remove some pieces to simplify our lives when things get out of balance. Small changes can make the differencefor your body, mind, and spirit.
A recent study revealed that the drug inclacumab has major potential for heart patients.
With billions of prescriptions being written each year, cardiologist Dr. James Marcum says that medications are killing more and more individuals.
A recent study by the New England Journal of Medicine revealed that a diet high in good fats are better for your heart than a low-fat diet.
Surprisingly, the obesity rate for both men and women continues to climb despite the consumption of fewer calories over the past decade, according to survey data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Lisa Bevere, wife of best-selling Christian author John Bevere, explores the spiritual side of fasting in her book, You Are NOT What You Weigh.
A new study published in the Public Library of Science showed that 14 minutes of vigorous exercise three times a day can be protective.
A new study at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine revealed that people infected with HIV are significantly more susceptible to heart attack.
Whatever your weaknesses, take heart and have hope that your Redeemer has already won the war and is with you this day to fight your battles.
A study of thousands revealed that people who had attention deficit hyperactivity disorder as a child were more likely to develop other mental disorders.
A study published in the Journal of American Medicine linked abortion and use of hormonal contraceptive steroids as two of the main factors in the high numbers.
Experts debunk several myths, including the one where abdominal crunches can banish belly fat.
The teen pregnancy rate is still high in the United States, but is on a decline.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that adults in the United States have cut down on their calories from fast food. U.S. children, however, have not followed suit.
A diet rich in lycopene can reduce the risk of prostate cancer by approximately 40 percent.
Our goal is to live a healthier lifestyle. Why is it as difficult for us to figure out how to eat healthier meals as it is to find the time to exercise.
Short- and long-term stress can lower mens sperm counts, researchers say.
A recent report reveals that consumption of diet soda isnt necessarily a catalyst for the desire to consume more sugary or fatty foods.
There could be several reasons youre not getting healthier from all of the supplements you are taking.