Personal Liberty News Desk Archive
Recent research may offer new hope for those who find it difficult to drastically cut down on cookies and bread – it suggests that even a moderate change in carbohydrate intake can make a significant difference.
In a sign of a split within the Democratic party over a public option in the healthcare reform, top party and government officials have been sending contradicting signals in recent days.
During the last few weeks, several immigration reform advocates have issued announcements designed to attract attention to the cost the American society is paying due to undocumented as well as legal aliens who continue to arrive in the country.
A new study has added to the quickly accumulating body of evidence which shows consumption of foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, or appropriate supplementation, can help prevent vision loss.
Opponents of the public option in President Obama’s proposed healthcare plan often charge it will worsen the already large federal budget deficit, but the National Inflation Association (NIA) has gone a step further by suggesting it will lead the U.S. dollar to collapse.
As Hurricane Bill continues to barrel up the Atlantic near the East Coast of the U.S., those heading to the beach this weekend may want to keep a few suggestions in mind on how to stay safe.
Public opinion polls have suggested Sarah Palin’s popularity appears to be declining. According to a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey, a total of 39 percent of respondents have a favorable view.
According to a new study, high levels of glutamate, a neurotransmitter in the brain produced from glucose, may be responsible for the high rate of depression among diabetics.
What some consider as a wasteful government spending program is getting even more criticism, this time from New York auto dealers who are considering pulling out of Cash for Clunkers.
A substance called propolis that honeybees use to seal their hives may soon become part of a natural remedy kit for athletes as new research suggests it may protect them from overheating.