Anger Management

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Should you hold in your emotions and not express them? Should you vent them and let them out? Or is there another way to deal with the annoyances in life, that's healthier and more constructive? Stay tuned to find the best way to deal with anger.

Acne & Psoriasis

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Acne is a problem that we grow out of, but psoriasis is a skin condition lasts a lifetime. Discover some practical tips on things you can do that will improve your skin condition.

Spiritual Fruit

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Love, joy, peace, long-suffering -- these are some of the fruits of the spirit. How do we allow these fruits to stay rooted in us?

Lesson 10- Unity In Broken Relationships

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Sunday December 2 - Sabbath December 9

Domestic Violence

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Based on reports from 10 countries, up to 95% of women who have been physically abused by their partners, have never sought help from non-governmental organizations, shelters or the police. However, it's not too late, help is available! Watch.

Infant Nutrition

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Newborn babies need special care and high quality nourishment. While infant formulas are designed to mimic the nutritional components of breast milk, they can never duplicate the array of essential nutrients and benefits of human breast milk. Watch.

Kidney Stones

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Kidney stones are small, hard mineral deposits that form inside the kidneys. They can be very painful, but don't usually cause long term damage. But they do recur. So how does a stone form? What makes it happen? How can you get rid of them? Watch.

Vitamin D

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Can a vegetarian diet provide adequate vitamin D?

Atrial Fibrillation

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Atrial Fibrillation or AF is the most frequent heart arrhythmia. More than 1% of the US population will experience AF within their lifetime and the numbers are growing. Why is the risk of AF rising? Are lifestyle factors implicated? What can you do?