Thanksgiving is a perfect time to reflect on the things that we are grateful for. But did you know that, if we practice a bit of gratitude all year long, it can have an incredible health benefits. Lorie Johnson explains.
Doctors estimate that nearly five percent of teenage girls suffer from an eating disorder. For some, doctors can recommend a specialist in their hometown. For others, they need to go to a sort of "rehab" facility. Lorie Johnson has that story.
Oie Osterkamp's life hit rock bottom. He lost his multi-million dollar business and became homeless. But instead of giving into despair, he found his answer helping ohter people.
Nearly 40 million people around the world suffer from the terrible disease known as Alzheimer's. And in just a few years, it will cost over a *trillion* dollars to treat people with dementia. While there is no cure for Alzheimer's, doctors can help some people slow it down.
It's a special treatment that uses something as common as the air we breathe. Lorie Johnson tells us how oxygen can be used to help our bodies from even the worst of injuries.
Adderall addiction can claim lives. CBN News reporter Lorie Johnson sits down with Andrew Knox to discusses the tragic costs of America’s addiction to prescription drugs -- and what parents can do to protect their loved ones.
Adderall is just one of the many prescription drugs used to treat Attention Deficit Disorder. Fourteen million people between the ages of 20 and 40 take it. Many people think it's harmless, but that isn't always the case...
Holding grudges? Believe it or not, "unforgiveness" is classified as a disease in medical books - and doctors actually say it makes people sick. Now, "forgiveness therapy" is being used to help treat disease like cancer.
It might not be the fountain of youth, but one church denomination has zeroed in on a way to achieve life longevity, and it all goes back to the Scriptures.