Women and Heart Disease

February 28, 2018
While 1 in 31 American women die from breast cancer each year, 1 in 3 dies of heart disease. It’s time to spread awareness regarding women’s risk for heart disease and take responsibility for mitigating our individual risk through healthy lifestyle changes.

Heart disease is the number one killer in most countries in the Western Hemisphere. Though, statistically, we know heart disease affects women and men equally, only about 13% of women believe it is a personal threat to them.

5 Health Resolutions for 2018

January 9, 2018
Do you have any health-related New Year's Resolutions this year? Here are 5 areas to work on and how you can implement these changes today.

As we enter a new year, we are presented with a fresh start and new chapter in our life. We should reflect on how we wish the new chapter of our life will read and reanalyze our commitments to God, our family, our community, and to ourselves.

Benefits, Treatments, and Uses of Rosemary

November 16, 2017
Several studies have supported the ancient uses of rosemary for memory and concentration as well as mood enhancement. Additionally, research with dementia patients revealed a decrease in deteriorating memory and increase in contentment with the use of rosemary.

The power and healing properties of essential oils may seem to clash with the advancements of modern pharmaceutical treatments. To most post-modern scientists, herbs and roots have little respect for their medicinal abilities.

Benefits, Treatments, and Uses of Oregano

November 2, 2017
Rather than triggering a cascade of unpleasant side effects, these various oils and plants, work by gently reinstating balance and health to the diseased body or organ without creating imbalance elsewhere.  

The analogy of the sower and the seed was used by Jesus when speaking of the kingdom of Heaven. This simple correlation between a tiny object and His vast kingdom reveals God’s principle of action. He is the God of all possibilities.

The Role of Water

October 19, 2017
Water is essential to all living creatures, but to the human body, water serves as one of nature’s most important conduits for health and healing.

These days, we are more likely to consume any other liquid besides water, often choosing juice, soda, or even tea. But water is not just for sipping occasionally and bathing in. The human body requires a constant influx of water for several reasons.