Four health risk behaviors—lack of physical activity, poor nutrition, tobacco use, and excessive alcohol consumption—are responsible for much of the illness and death related to chronic diseases.
It takes faith to believe in angels. The Bible says, "Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see." (Hebrews 11:1 NIV)
Job experts now say rising stress levels and ultimate job burnout could be a result of heavier workloads. Others say workers might suffer from job burnout due to fear of losing their jobs.
The "end is near" for Libyan leader Col. Muammar Gaddafi as nations, including the U.S., are calling on him to "go now,” even as rebel forces advance with force into Tripoli late Sunday. Regular television programming is airing the breaking news out of Lybia on Sunday night to show rebels running over Tripoli and meeting little resistance
Royal Wedding enthusiasts now have two more items to add to their collection with the release of two miniature dolls that look just like the famous royal couple.
It feels fantastic to radiate health and vitality. It feels great to have an abundance of energy available to you all the time. There is a new connection between alcohol abuse and too many hours at work - God wants you to live your life abundantly. Find out the causes of these abuses.
An Indian activist on a hunger strike prompts many to follow his path to battle political unrest. Anna Hazare has sparked a popular campaign against government corruption using Gandhi-like actions.
The U.S.'s largest bank, Bank of America, plans to cut 3,500 jobs by the end of September. The cuts are just the latest cost-saving measure at the bank with possibly more changes including $1 billion in projected cuts.
Some weather experts refer to Florida as the lightning capital of the world. Several guests and employees were injured when lightning struck at SeaWorld's Discovery Cove water park this week.
Growing evidence suggests that just 15 minutes a day devoted to exercise reaps huge health benefits.
A memorial Monday drew a large crowd who gathered to pay tribute to the five people who were killed on Saturday night when a stage collapsed at a Sugarland concert at the Indiana State Fair in Indianapolis. According to the event's official website, the fair will reopen on Monday.
Members of the FLDS polygamist sect are secretly assembling a giant metal statue of Jeffs which will loom over group's compound on the Utah/Arizona.
it is a vicious cycle when people start lying. It may only be “white” lies, but everyone tells lies or “omits the truth” sometimes and today's society is becoming more untruthful as time goes on.
An organization of nontheistic groups says it won a victory after a federal judge Thursday ruled in their favor allowing them to run ads on city buses in Arkansas.
Florida Judge Belvin Perry firmly denied a motion to quash, vacate and set aside a court’s order that would force Casey Anthony to serve one year’s worth of probation following her sentencing on an old check fraud conviction, but defense attorneys announced they will appeal the decision immediately.
Whether a reflection of 21st century life, or a trait developed over time, people are much more likely to do something good if they know someone is watching. A Bible based godly peer pressure needs to be re-established once again in America and people need to understand the freedom and liberty without biblical morality leads to a corrupt society.
Adding to the dramatic saga that has become Casey Anthony’s in-jail probation is the fact that she has not paid court fines, but Judge Belvin Perry is expected to make a decision about the "messy" case this week-possibly Wednesday.
The controversial Kansas-based Westboro Baptist Church plans to send parishioners to Norway to protest and picket the funerals of those victims who lost their lives during activist Anders Breivik's recent killing spree in Oslo.
The world's first scientific religion has been created by University of Hawaii's neuroscientist-philosopher, Bruce E. Morton. Emerging from a fresh look at the basic elements of the universe and life, it contains no supernatural beliefs.
Music icon Lady Gaga is being sued for unspecified damages over claims that she plagiarized recent single "Judas" from another singer.
Standard & Poor’s decision to downgrade America’s credit rating on Friday is momentous, most people will cite and many are worried that interest rates would skyrocket and the markets sell off.
The policymaking body of the American Psychological Association (APA) unanimously approved the resolution to support gay marriage, but opponents claim the organization used "cherry picking" research to validate their claims.
Casey Anthony should not have been allowed to serve a year's probation for check fraud while in jail awaiting trial for murder, a judge said today, but he was uncertain whether he could order her to come out of hiding to serve probation again.
Chief Judge Belvin Perry is set Friday to hear Casey Anthony's emergency motion to "quash, vacate and set aside" amended order regarding probation status for an old check fraud conviction.
Despite the voluntary recall, the USDA and CDC are still working to identify the source and change policy so that foodborne illnesses will decrease over time.