Family Health

Research has already proven that insomnia is more common in women than in men, and now it seems that women also need more sleep than men to function normally. “According to researchers at Loughborough University’s Sleep Research Center in Leicestershire, England,  the reason women need about 20 minutes more sleep a night than men because their brains are […]

So the weather is getting warmer and it’ll be THAT time of the year again, summer.   We are only a few months away from summer and it’s no time like the present to start a fitness routine.   If you are like me and most people, you have made your New Year’s resolutions to […]

Nick Cannon was on Good Morning America where he discussed his newly diagnosed condition, which is a rare form of Lupus called Lupus Nephritis. He says this form of lupus is attacking his kidneys… Click on the youtube link below to see full interview… Let’s all pray for Nick Cannon’s health!

Halle Berry The actress was diagnosed with diabetes in 1989 after she became ill on the set of a short-lived television show, “Living Dolls” and slipped into a diabetic coma for a reported seven days. Her doctors initially misdiagnosed her as having Type 1 diabetes, an incurable, autoimmune condition in which the pancreas does not […]

Divided by five regions: Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, Middle East/Africa and North America. Some foods like whole grains and yogurt made the top list in each region. But other foods, like soy milk and fermented drinks were pretty culture-specific. ASIA #5: Bread With Added Vitamins #4: Soy Milk #3 Whole Grain/Fiber Products #2: Fermented […]