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Health

Study Says Big Breakfast Could Help Weight Loss

Black, God & Family, Health

59-Year-Old Woman Gives Birth After Trying For Decades

Health

Gaining Even a Little Weight Increases Your Risk of Heart Failure

God & Food, Health

Artificial Sweeteners Don’t Help People Lose Weight, Review Finds

Health

Brain Scans May Change Treatment for Some People With Memory Loss

Black, Health

Tabay Atkins Is America’s Youngest Certified Yoga Instructor

Health

Survivors of 9/11 Face Increased Risk of Heart, Lung Problems

Health

Despite Warnings, Children Are Still Dying from Heat Stroke After Being Left In a Hot Car

Health, Lifestyle

Study says Americans Take Fewer Steps Per Day Than People in China, U.K., Japan, and Spain

Christian, Health

2017 Healthy Churches 2020 National Conference To Be Held November 14-17; Bishop Paul Morton, Actress Tina Lifford, and 16th Surgeon General of the U.S. David Satcher Among Featured Speakers

Health, Lifestyle

New Study Shows That Generosity Is Linked To Increased Happiness

Health

Women Who Breast-Feed are Less Likely to Develop Multiple Sclerosis

Health

Women Who Regularly Use Dark Hair Dye, Chemical Relaxers Have Elevated Risk of Breast Cancer

Black, Health

The White Dress Project to Raise Awareness About Fibroids

Health

Study Finds Blacks are More Likely Than Whites to Die of a First Heart Attack

Black, Health

Trump Nominates Black Indiana Doctor for Surgeon General

Black, Health

The National Black Church Initiative Issues Its Own National Health Plan To Counter House and Senate Versions

Health

Alabama Health Officials Warn About Flesh-Eating Disease from Bacteria Found In Water

Health, National

People Are Getting Exorcisms Instead of Going to the Doctor

Health

3 Cups of Coffee a Day Keep the Doctor Away, Studies Say

Health

Trump Administration Names Georgia Public Health Commissioner Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald to Lead U.S. CDC

Health

CDC: Prescriptions for Opioid Painkillers Have Dropped Since 2010 In U.S., But Still High

Christian, Health

What Does All the Data Saying Church Attendance is Good for Health Really Mean?

Health

Progress Reducing Infant Mortality Uneven Between Whites and Blacks, New Research Finds


 

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