Here's some good news from the Food and Drug Administration for those who either have skin cancer or are susceptible to it.
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While there are countless "wonder" products on the market that make all kinds of promises, you would do well to take this one supplement to kick-start the recovery process after your hard workouts.
Some of the things you have been instructed to do when trying to shed pounds may simply be counterproductive.
Pastor Steve Reynolds' Losing to Live weight loss agenda helped a Maryland woman overcome a potentially fatal affliction.
Here's what recent studies have shown about how your diet can affect your risk of contracting this type of cancer.
More than 40,000 people die each year from breast cancer. Here's how a new innovation works to catch it earlier, bringing new hope for patients.
Here's how the correct choices activate your faith in God to bring deliverance to your challenges of life.
Recently published studies have concluded that not every brand of the drink contains the same amount of disease-fighting ingredients. There are some other surprises too.
In third of a three-part series, fitness expert Diana Anderson-Tyler attacks more of biggest excuses people have for not getting fit.
Here's why almost everything you've been told about unhealthy foods is wrong.
Are you discriminating about what you snack on, how much you snack and when you snack?
Here's some advice for preventing and managing stress. In turn, you most likely will be happier and healthier.
Here's what effects fasting for a period of time have on insulin resistance of the bodies of pre-diabetics.
Discover how children with hard-to-treat epilepsy are benefitting from Epidolex, a cannabinoid medicine.
In the second of a three-part series, fitness guru Diana Anderson-Tyler addresses additional excuses many use for not exercising like they should.
Find out why Vitamin C is making a comeback and is considered a powerful weapon against many diseases, including heart disease.
Diabetes puts millions of people at risk of blindness, stroke, heart disease, and more. Here are some steps you can take to avoid all of that.
Discover what a University of North Carolina researcher says could help prolong the lives of those diagnosed with the disease.
One in four Americans make a habit of doing something that could cause them to gain weight, slow their metabolism, improve mental performance and productivity and more. Find out what it is.
Recent research reveals that men who carry their cell phone in their pants pockets may reduce their chances of having children.