May 2015 Headlines
Kim Dola Leto says it's her faith in God that took her from overweight in her 30s to the cover of the top fitness magazines in her 40s.
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is one of the signature wounds of war. A new therapy, however, is achieving remarkable results in TBI patients, all using hormones.
Counselors at the Carolina House work with girls of all ages who are trying to conquer eating disorders that threaten their lives, empowering them to learn what their body really needs.
As the price of gas rises again, more people are taking up biking as a considerably intelligent alternative to driving. Science shows it can be a happier and healthier alternative.
Peter Venoit and Simon Matthews, animation students at Virginia's Regent University, are creating a videogame they hope will make a big impact on the gaming industry.
By now you've heard about the dangers of sugar. But there is a certain type of sugar that is flying under the radar. People are eating it thinking it's healthy, but it's not. In fact, it's worse than regular sugar.