February 2009 Headlines
CBNNews.com - Once again medical science is touting the health benefits of losing weight. A leaner body equals a sharper mind and better memory.
CBNNews.com - Scientist Charles Darwin is credited as the founder of the theory of evolution. He was born 200 years ago on February 12, 2009. Abraham Lincoln was born on the same day, but millions think Darwin was the more heroic.
Chances are you've done it --searched the Internet to figure out what that unexplained ache or pain is.
Shawn Johnson's snoring is so loud, he is lucky his wife can joke about it.
It doesn't take much money, but it does take some good old fashioned know-how to diet on a budget.
Several churches in an Arkansas community are banding together to help their neighbors. The churches operate a free health clinic.
All expectant parents are curious about whether their baby is a boy or girl. Now they can know much earlier than ever before: as early as seven weeks into the pregnancy.
Living Waters Ministry founder Ray Comfort spoke with CBN News about the rise of atheism among America's youth and how Darwin's theory of evolution is accepted as fact by scientists worldwide.
CBNNews.com - A California fertility doctor is facing a second investigation into why he implanted six embryos into single mother Nadya Suleman who already had six other children.
CBNNews.com - A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that obese women are more likely to have children with birth defects.
CBNNews.com - The largest study ever of multivitamins in older women found they did nothing to prevent common cancers or heart disease.
Some top medical experts now say it is ok for people with colds to exercise. In fact, it may be just what the doctor ordered.
A new study finds that pregnancy does not worsen breast cancer as previously thought.
The Austrian scientist who helped invent the birth control pill in the 1960's said he regrets the affect it's had on the population.
Legislatures in 11 states are considering laws that would require ultrasounds before a woman receives an abortion. Nebraska, Indiana and Texas may require physicians to show the image of the fetus to patients. C
The California Medical Board has launched an investigation in connection with the octuplets born last week.
President Obama is guaranteeing the expansion of embryonic stem cell research.
There's a modern myth that heart disease is a man's disease. But nothing could be further from the truth.
CBNNews.com - Wednesday marks the annual World Cancer Day, a campaign effort to reduce the number of lives affected by the disease.
CBNNews.com - When the word sugar comes to mind, most of us immediately think of the white stuff we use on cereal, in coffee or tea, and for baking. That's technically sucrose, a product refined from sugar cane or sugar beets.