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Before and after weight loss surgery

Weight Loss Surgery Tied to Colon Cancer Risk

Although the reason hasn't been determined, one possibility is that dietary changes after surgery, and increasing protein in particular, could raise cancer risk.

Food allergies

Hidden Food Allergies Present Tricky Issues

It is those undigested protein molecules that cross over into your systemic circulation that cause all the tummy upset many Americans are complaining about.

woman in prison

5 Obstacles to Freedom in Christ

Most Christian women don't consider themselves captives. But if you aren't enjoying all the benefits of a child of God, you might need Christ to set you free.

God Is Moving On Capitol Hill

Amid a steady stream of godless governing in Washington, D.C., Virginia Rep. Randy Forbes sees a behind-the-scenes miracle: politicians uniting in prayer.

Pregnant woman

FDA Approves Morning Sickness Drug

Diclegis, a drug similar from one withdrawn 30 years ago amid claims that it caused birth defects, is back on the market.

woman lying on railroad tracks

Matthew Warren's Struggle With Depression Is My Struggle

One out 10 Americans suffers from some form of depression, according to the CDC. Even Christians such as Matthew Warren, can be overcome by this mental illness to the point of suicide. I understand Matthew's battle because I fight depression too. Here's my story.

Older father and son

7 Ways to Honor Your Father

There are many ways you can pay tribute to your dad. Read here to discover a few of them.

chasm in Arizona canyon

A 'Nation of Chasms'

The term "nation of chasms" offers a profound insight into our times: The general honor our country long has given to certain values no longer exists. Find out what Rob Schwarzwalder says about the reduction of our moral society.

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