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Regent University leaders have launched a new effort to research everything from disabilities to cloning and stem cells.
A tall glass of milk may not be as safe as you think it is. CBN News Science & Medical Reporter Gailon Totheroh investigates why rBGH is being banned.
Over 4,000 families are suing the government because they believe vaccines caused their child's autism.
Millions of kids have been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, commonly called ADHD or ADD. But questions about the diagnosis and using drugs to fight behavior problems remain.
Could the best prevention of cancer be right under our noses? Pat Robertson interviews Gailon Totheroh about the hidden value of vitamin D.
A new study released last week is building hope that a miracle substance can prevent most cancers.
The most common category of cancer may not be what you think it is.
Gailon Totheroh reports on the dangers of supplements.
Pat recently opted for an innovative surgery to correct the pain and damage in his right knee. Medical reporter Gailon Totheroh has more on minimally invasive joint replacement.
Christianity's role in promoting scholarship and science has a long history - an amazing history of significant influence on the foundations of intellectual endeavor.
Gailon Totheroh updates us on the latest advances with stem cells in this CBN News focus report.
As we learn more about MSG's impact - on obesity, the brain, the heart and even cancer - consumers wonder what to do. Gailon Totheroh helps guide us through what foods we should avoid.
MSG is implicated in more than just obesity and neurological afflictions. Now the evidence is indicating the nation’s two top killers, heart disease and cancer, have an excitotoxic connection.
The government would let us know if our brains were in danger from a common food additive, right? Well, maybe not. There is no warning about MSG and in most cases it’s not even listed in the ingredients.
MSG has been a public buzzword since it was taken out of baby foods in the late 1960’s. But most people don’t realize that it’s in literally thousands of different processed foods, often under hidden names.
JennaLee Ryan operates an embryo bank in San Antonio. She says the "Abraham Center of Life" is the first of its kind in the world.
There are more medications for asthma than ever before -- and they are more effective than ever. But there's a downside in addition to the high cost: side effects.
We hear more and more about the flu vaccine. But is it worth the shot in the arm? Or is it a shot in the dark?