In terms of weight loss, the morning meal may not be as important as some first thought. Here's why.
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When you hear the dreaded 'C' word from your doctor, it can be devastating. But, what's next?
Research has revealed that women who use this prescription medication have a higher risk of developing breast cancer.
Find out why not all fats are created equal, and why you could be doing yourself more harm than good by cutting back on some fats in your diet.
Soy products have become all the rage in culture, but this information may throw up a red flag for you.
How people come to accept and follow Christ and how they come to embrace and enjoy a healthy, active lifestyle may have more in common than we think.
Find out what foods health experts say can make your skin healthier.
The American Heart Association reveals how certain activities involving the neck, including chiropractic treatments, can help contribute to possible stroke.
This is something everyone can do to make themselves feel better. The best part is that it doesn't cost anything.
There's a reason why those pockets of fat collect around the thighs. Here are some tips to help you get rid of it.
Backed by scientific research, the 'Anti-Cancer Diet,' if followed, can help you avoid the dreaded disease. Here are some recommendations.
If these are some of your favorites, you might want to re-think your strategy on your next trip to the grocery store.
Here's what studies have shown about the effects your benevolence can have on your physical well-being.
It's scary when you or someone you love is diagnosed with cancer, but it's vital that you shut out the spirit of fear as you engage in this battle of life and death.
While they are some of the most popular drugs among doctors and their patients, find out how anti-depressants can sometimes lead to unexpected and even dangerous results.
Does praying, Bible study and attending weekly services really have an effect on a person's health? A new study and a miracle-working cardiologist offer answers.
The number of cancer survivors in America may surprise you, but the number of projected survivors in the next 10 years is even more encouraging.
If you are dieting and exercising and still can't get rid of that stubborn doughnut around your mid-section, this could be the reason.
With these recently developed tests, medical practitioners will have the capability to identify the onset of the crippling brain disease, giving potential treatments a better chance of success.
Do you know your Body Mass Index number? Find out how to calculate it and how it could translate to long life or premature death.