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Sun Unleashes Rare Solar Flares
NASA Watching Potentially Destructive Sunspot
Getting water is always a challenge in Misael’s Honduran village. During the dry season villagers must walk four miles in the scorching sun for water, and the rainy season means braving a dangerous river. Find out how people like you made ... ...
Severe Sunburn Blamed on School's Sunscreen Ban
On 'Day of the Sun,' Seoul Prays for N. Korean Revival
As millions of North Koreans celebrate the late President Kim Il Sung, millions of Christians in Seoul, South Korea, are praying that revival hits the communist nation.
The world's scientists have their eyes on space these days, wondering if a growing number of massive solar flares could mean big problems for a world so dependent on technology.
Jobs Report Suggests Sunnier Outlook for 2012
Author and television host Dr. Drew Ordon shares how you can take charge of your health in just 5 minutes a day.
This week on The Brody File: the GOP race lands in Florida, and the sun is shining hard on the top two candidates - Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. The Brody File takes a look at what problems both candidates have.
Melanoma is a cancer that kills. The main culprit: ultraviolet radiation from the sun and tanning beds.
Zimbabwe used to be one of the most unstable countries in Africa. Political violence left hundreds dead and divided the nation. But now it has a new government and it's working on a new Constitution and Christians laying the groundwork.
How can you beat the clock without spending money? One of America's top beauty doctors says you can have youthful skin.
Should I be worried about sun poisoning? Do you have any tips for new caregivers of Alzheimer's patients? Is bacon bad for your heart?
One town in New Zealand is doing everything it can to keep itself in the dark. We traveled there to find out why.
Amidst the devastation and immense human suffering in Haiti, some of its people are responding with faith.
The families at Greenbrier Church get together every October 31 to provide an environment that makes room for heaps of fun while using the day as a "teachable moment."
When CBN met this Cambodian woman, we remembered the command of scripture to care for widows and orphans in their distress.