December 2008 Headlines
How this ancient herb connected with the life of Christ is a story rich in history, and how that frankincense became part of modern medicine is a tale that deepens that history.
CBNNews.com - VIRGINIA BEACH - Nearly 50 percent of Americans don't get enough sleep.
If you still have Christmas candy canes at your house - here's something you'll want to know. A new study says the peppermint in them can be good for your health.
The nation's top scientists are trying to find the best way to detect and defend against giant space rocks that could be headed toward Earth.
When it comes to heart attacks, aggressive treatment saves lives, but a new study shows women get such inadequate care, they are twice as likely to die from a severe heart attack than men.
Swedish researchers may have found a link between Alzheimer's and fast food.
Eating a handful of nuts every day, along with the right diet, could help fight heart disease, a new study shows.
It's not just the white stuff waiting to be added to your coffee or cereal or cookie recipes. It seems to be everywhere. Sure it's in sodas and fruits, but also vegetables and dairy products.
A study of hospital prayer journals reveals how, and how often, people pray to God.
Fish are a crucial part of the world's food supply for a number of reasons. They provide not only protein, but crucial fats called omega-3s.
A new study of studies shows a link between media use and bad health in children.
CBNNews.com - A new survey says about one in five young American adults has a personality disorder that interferes with every-day life - and even more abuse alcohol and drugs.