Stress interferes with the reproductive system in both males and females, and is a major cause of miscarriages and infertility.
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Poll: American Women Have Tougher Time With Aging
An online national survey of adults revealed that many Americans are concerned with aging and its impact on health, but that women find it harder to deal with.
Take Fitness One Small Step at a Time
Although it became big years ago, Step Aerobics is still a great workout within itself or a great addition to your regular routine.
Analysis: Antibiotics Crisis Prompts Rethink on Risks, Rewards
Antibiotics have become victims of their own success. The superbugs they have created are growing and are so costly the research needed to combat them is not worthwhile.
Spring Cleaning Could Benefit Your Body
Cleaning your house can burn a lot of calories, so consider it a legitimate form of exercise.
Top Court to Hear Arguments Over Generic Drugmaker Liability
The Supreme Court Will Deliberate Tuesday as to whether generic drugmakers can be held liable for alleged flaws in the designs of their medications.
Device Keeps Liver ‘Alive' Outside Body in Medical First
A new technological innovation has helped with a medical breakthrough, keeping a pair of donated human livers functioning outside the body prior to transplant.
Listen to the Spirit About Your Body
Dr. Michael Berglund suggests people should stay in tune with the Holy Spirit to become an expert on their bodies and their health.
Margarine Products Contribute to Serious Health Risks
Licensed nutritionist Ted Broer says you should avoid eating anything with hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated vegetable oils.
Put Some Spring in Your Step
To ensure a boost of energy in your body, you must choose to make changes and then put feet to your decision and do it.
Scientists Discover How Deadly New Virus Infects Human Cells
Dutch researchers have identified a cell surface protein that has been instrumental in killing nine people worldwide since last year.
Even With Weight Gain, Quitting Smoking Helps Hearts
A new study revealed that people who have kicked the habit lowered their chances of heart attack or stroke despite putting on a few pounds in the process.
Keep Track of the Positive Changes in Life
God wants us to remember how our lives used to be and how they are now that we are free and learning to walk alongside Him in an entirely different way of life.
Florida Researchers Develop Medically Safer Hybrid Grapefruit
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.
Beauty Detoxes Reap Impactful Health Benefits
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.
Experimental Drug Shows Promise in Reducing Heart Damage
A recent study revealed that the drug inclacumab has major potential for heart patients.
Hidden Epidemic: Medicines That Kill
With billions of prescriptions being written each year, cardiologist Dr. James Marcum says that medications are killing more and more individuals.
Mediterranean Diet Rates Better Than Low-Fat Diet
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.
Despite Obesity Rise, U.S. Calories Trending Downward
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.
Fasting To Lose Weight Takes the Wrong Approach
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.