A simple change in diet can effect a change in our mental health.
Suvi Mahonen’s two-year-old daughter was sick and getting worse, even after the first visit to the emergency room.
Mood disorders affect us all to some extent. Lee Dunstan interviewed Graeme Frauenfelder, who experienced the worst—and won.
Taking a break when you’re overwhelmed by demands on your time, might be the best thing you can do.
As the problems associated with crystal methamphetamine addiction ramp up, is forced rehabilitation the answer?
Dannielle Synot is co-founder of Brave Enough, a “harm prevention” ministry dedicated to empowering people with hope, healing and freedom
Before you can become passionate about fitness, it’s worth exploring what it means to be fit.
She wanted to end it all, but God had other plans.
Living in a technology-focused era, our natural connection with planet Earth is dwindling. Julie Guirgis tells us why it is important to get outside.
Has someone you care about hurt you? Arlene Taylor looks at the health implications of holding a grudge.
Winning the war against a modern day affliction for you and your boss
Adele Nash considers the hairier side of life.