If most of your day is spent behind a desk, you could be at risk for some serious health problems. Find out how you can battle the issueswithout quitting your job.
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Is there a cure for cancer? Find out what research has suggested may help individuals cope better when battling disease.
Many people struggle with emotional eating. Find out how Kimberly Taylor says you can be free from turning to food when crisis comes.
Food is a staple at many gatherings during the holiday season, but here's why you should try to avoid food filled with saturated and trans fats.
What if Thanksgiving was more than just a holiday? What if we made it a way of life? Find out how showing gratitude is more like exercise than we might expect.
There are at least four reasons why skipping breakfast in the name of losing weight could backfire on you. Steve Reynolds, also known as the "anti-fat pastor," dishes them out and offers tips for healthy breakfast on the run.
Watch Carol McLeod share her testimony about becoming a "defiantly joyful Christian," despite struggling with severe depression.
Statin drugs aren't always necessary to drive down cholesterol, says top cardiologist Chauncey Crandall. There are a number of ways to lower bad cholesterol naturally.
In more than 30 years of medical practice, Dr. Robert DeMaria, the Drugless Doctor, believes a fever is a sign your body may be lacking something. Find out what it is.
Animal studies have shown that exercise during pregnancy alters the fetal brain, but a new study seems to prove the same for human brain development. Find out how.
Stress is a part of life, but it shouldn't take over your life. Incorporate these 14 stress reducers to live a less hectic lifestyle.
As wonderful as supplements can be, there is no magic pill to cure all. When supplements don't seem to work, find out what could be the reason.
If a lethargic attitude toward fitness frustrates youeven when you are determined to engage in a healthy lifestylethere might be something missing. Diana Anderson gives us the key to a new enthusiasm for fitness.
Most of us fall into anxiety, worry or anger when we're dealing with everyday stress. But there are two specific spiritual solutions to stress management outlined in Scripture. Find out what they are.
A recent study focusing on Oreo cookies showed the addictive power of sugar. Dr. Rhona Epstein shares some of her personal struggles with food addiction and how she eventually overcame the cycle.
Sharing a burden is the way Christians have supported everything, from a church staff to benevolence, for more than 2,000 years. How does Obamacare change that?
The answer to becoming fit for life doesnt lie in the pages of a best-selling book or a fitness program. But it is yours for the taking.
A cancer research breakthrough has led researchers to a drug that significantly increases survival rates. Find out what it is.
Yoga may seem like an innocent way to get fit, but centuries of spiritual implications lie behind those quirky-named poses. As an alternative, exercise regimens that fuse Scripture meditation with deep stretching are becoming increasingly popular.
You've promised yourself that you'll make healthier choices. But minor stumble after minor stumble keeps setting you back. There is a key to overcoming the obstacles. Find out what it is.