All the world knew when the Berlin Wall fell on November 9, 1989, that a half century of Soviet tyranny was over. Last month Pope Benedict XVI acknowledged that the use of a condom might save a man from dying of AIDS. The Pope had the wisdom not to write an encyclical but to make a few remarks to Peter Seewald, a German journalist he trusted. Already the Vatican is backtracking on the meaning of this statement, but there can be no doubt that this change in policy signals the fall of a theological wall around human sexuality, which has ... More >
When it comes to fat loss, or, as many would say, weight loss, there are four major factors to consider. Exercise, nutrition, and a certain psychological state can create a powerful and synergistic phenomenon. Wait! That's only three components! Are you sure?
The creation of a calorie deficiency is one of the best ways to lose weight. Knowing how, and why, to do this is an important piece of information for anyone wanting to begin a weight loss program.
The December issue of NIH News in Health, the monthly newsletter bringing you practical health news and tips based on the latest NIH research, is now available! In this edition: Making Your Resolutions Stick How to Create Healthy Habits New … Continue reading