Archive for December, 2009
A request by a Roman Catholic bishop that Rep. Patrick Kennedy (D-RI) not take Holy Communion because of his pro-abortion stance has sparked a heated debate about the boundaries between church and state.
I think so. Some research shows that red wine revs up metabolism to make muscles burn more energy—which is good for obesity and diabetes and improving human endurance. The essential ingredient of red wine is resveratrol which works by increasing the activity of an enzyme known as SIRTI, boosting the number and activity of structures […]
A recent study, conducted at the Heart Institute at Intermountain Medical Center in Salt Lake City, suggests that vitamin D contributes to a healthy heart, and that an inadequate amount of the vitamin can lead to stroke or heart disease.
President Obama met with his national security team last week, and his office said he will announce today whether he will send more troops to Afghanistan.
Broccoli contains more vital nutrients than any other member of the cabbage family, according to a study conducted by the United States Dept. of Agriculture and the University of Tennessee’s plant research department.