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We're passive in managing our stress, but we can do better.
For far too long, people—and especially believers—have attached a stigma to mental health.
Don't wait on the group and stay where you are.
Triple-board certified nutrition expert and Fitness Hall of Famer J.J. Virgin breaks it down into five practical points.
"We need to humble ourselves and just know that we don't have the answer for everything."
To blame and complain is to lower your walls of immunity.
It may be cliché, but it's still the best course of action.
Stand on faith and watch the miracles He performs for you.
"I tell people all the time, 'They should release this medicine. It will stop this virus in its tracks.'"
Meanwhile, U.S. Food and Drug Commissioner Stephen Hahn said some studies "suggest a benefit" to using the drug on COVID-19, despite earlier agency warnings.
"COVID has a cure. COVID has a convention," Dr. Stella Immanuel says.
On average every year, there are approximately 600,000 hysterectomies performed in the United States.
A Houston pediatrician and emergency room physician says 30 days of hydroxychloroquine treatment will "stop COVID in its tracks."
By making good choices in your daily diet and avoiding sugar, you can improve your health: spirit, soul, and body.
Is it your right to do with yours as you will?
The two should not be separated, as many have come to believe.
God wants to speak kindness into their life, and He wants to use me as His heartbeat.
Did you know your words can affect your food choices?
The coronavirus took so much from our lives.