Could a protein grown in lettuce help heal broken bones faster?

Bones heal slower in people with diabetes, but researchers are working on an affordable therapy using plants that could aid healing. For now, experiments in mice show promise.People with diabetes ar

Impulsive behavior: What happens in the brain?

What makes us impulsive? Why do we find it so easy to say "yes," when we know that "no" would be better for us in the long run? A recent study in rodents explores the neural m

Overcoming Strongholds in your mind and more

"Overcoming Strongholds In Your Mind." The following are notes from a prayer lesson I taught in my church on praying through the strongholds of your mind.

Wine in a Can? Yes You Can! The Best Wines Now Come in the Most Convenient Packages

The lowly aluminum can is getting an upgrade as great winemakers are filling them with delicious wines.I recently had a w

New insights into how exercise can lift mood in depression

There is growing evidence that exercise can help to treat symptoms of depression and lift mood, although the reasons have been unclear. Now, a new study finds that the body's

Christian Women in the Workplace

Like many women, I strive to be a Proverbs 31 woman and a courageous Christian. This can be difficult with the plethora of responsibilities placed upon women. One of the great

They say: "Risky stimulants turn up — again — in weight loss and workout supplements."

The ingredients, apparently new, were popping up on the labels of dietary supplements marketed for weight loss and workouts. Sometimes the label said DMHA. Sometimes, Aconitum kusnezoffii. Or other, e

About "9 things in your home that may be spying on you."

Don't Waste Your MoneyMike Flaim, of Milford, Ohio, is a professional woodworker who likes doing things the old fashioned way, using antique tools to hand-carve wooden tables, bookcases and wall dis

"Identity Fraud Hits Record Number of Americans in 2016."

Identity thieves, who commit financial fraud with stolen account information, had a banner year in 2016. These fraudsters successfully hit a record 15.4 million Americans — up 16 percent from 2015,

In America...USPS Warning Customers of Scam Claiming Delivery Failure.

The United States Postal Service is warning customers of an e-mail scam claiming a package delivery failure.USPS says customers in the Twin Cities Metro and surrounding areas have reported receiving