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Adult Stem Cells May Help Fight Heart Disease
After Somlak loset her property and her husband, the “Heart to Heart” TV program gave her hope.
Mayo Clinic's New Plan Targets Heart Disease
Researchers: A Broken Heart Can Be Deadly
Doctors told Ba Xiao’s parents that their daughter wasn’t worth saving but this Chinese farmer and his wife refused to give up. Learn how this thirteen-year-girl defied the odds.
CBN Thailand's show "From Heart to Heart" rises in popularity as well as the number of Buddhists seeking the truth.
Can God use a television and a cell phone to change a life? Just ask Prasith.
Dating after divorce can be difficult. This former Mrs. Missouri suggests singles take time to heal and find their new love in Christ.
He added years to his life by changing his lifestyle. See how you can do the same with six heart-healthy tips.
Single ladies, if you think men don't have a clue, meet Jason Illian. This former contestent on The Bachelorette debunks the myths and misconceptions about relationships.
Join Kristi Watts and Joe Piscatella, author of "The Road to a Healthy Heart Runs Through the Kitchen" as they prepare heart healty recipes in the kitchen.
You'd be surprised at all the things you can do to improve your health. Find out why the road to a healthy heart runs through the kitchen.
Kathy Hoercher is the director of research at the Kaufman Center for Heart Failure in Cleveland. Today she joined Pat Robertson to discuss heart disease.
In 2005, 11 SEALs died in a fierce battle with the Taliban, along with 8 other Americans. Only one SEAL, Marcus Luttrell, made it out alive.
Heart to Heart: Ruth Graham Interview
One of the ways CBN wants to bring the Gospel to the world is through simple acts of kindness. For this Thailand village, water was the voice through which the Holy Spirit spoke.
She's a pop sensation in any language. Debbie K visits The 700 Club to sing and share about her international music ministry.
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.