It has become a popular phenomenon to complain about how exhausted you are after a full day’s work. But is this exhaustion really linked to having a busy schedule or working hard?
Sanitarium Health Food Company has partnered with Sprout Cooking School to launch a new program for children on International Cooking Day today (September 25).
Research has revealed an important truth: teenagers today are doing it tough. Find out what Avondale University College is doing to address this issue.
Teacher educators at Seventh-day Adventist tertiary institutions across the South Pacific will seek to collaborate on development and research after attending the inaugural conference.
Author says evangelism and discipleship are to encompass all dimensions of life, including our mental, physical, spiritual and relational wellbeing.
Dr Michael Greger, from nutritionfacts.org, discusses the return on investment for educating employees about healthy eating and living.
A community-based education program educating physicians and patients alike about the power of nutrition as medicine.
The most well-published community-based lifestyle intervention in the medical literature is also one of the most effective.
Prayer is supposed to be a key spiritual discipline. Then why is it so hard sometimes?
The Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) has attempted to take the pioneering lifestyle medicine work of Pritikin and Ornish and spread it out into the community.