May 2008 Headlines
Northern Kentucky's Creation Museum is celebrating its first year of operation.
SAN DIEGO, Calif. -- Most people know that MSG makes their food taste better, but they don't have a clue what it does to their body.
Recently we covered the first two segments of our series on MSG, or monosodium glutamate, and the related food additives that contain MSG.
JACKSON, Mississippi - Your diet could be your brain's biggest enemy. Why?
JACKSON, Mississippi - MSG has been a public buzzword since it was taken out of baby foods in the late 60s.
CBNNews.com - After a voyage of 10 months and 400 million miles, NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander touched down on the Red Planet Sunday night.
British lawmakers approved plans Monday to create human-animal embryos for research.
Some evangelical groups have said it's a Christian's duty to fight global warming.
You may want to think twice the next time you connect to the Internet at an airport or coffee shop through wireless access.
The people you see talking into their Bluetooth cell phone devices in the store can be distracting, but the London Times reports that the technology could be a lifesaver.
Privacy experts are cautioning people that medical records are the latest target for identity thieves.
The heart is the one organ that we can actually feel at work though we tend to take it for granted. At least until we feel our "ticker" beat a little too fast for no apparent reason. Perhaps you've experienced a cardiac shake or shimmy that came out of nowhere.
The quest for happiness is older than America itself. Thomas Jefferson included it in the Declaration of Independence when he wrote about "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."