R. Leigh Coleman

Christian Post Reporter

An Easy Diet Trick That May Stave Off Breast Cancer

Chinese researchers recently found that women who eat more fiber in their diets are less likely to get the disease. Specifically, women who ate the most of the healthy plant components were 11 percent less likely to develop breast cancer than women who ate the least.

Eating Hot Dogs as Risky as Smoking Cigarettes?

According to a new billboard created by the Cancer Project of the group Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM), eating a hot dog is just as risky as smoking a cigarette. The billboard currently stands near the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, where 1.1 million hot dogs were served last year.

Is There a Real Face Lift in a Bottle?

Every company promises to use "advanced ingredients", but the truth is that 90 percent of the anti-aging products on the market just don't live up to the hype. Finding a quality anti-aging cream that really works can be a difficult task.