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The True Story of the Death of Stalin

Near the end of his life, Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin had taken to spending almost all of his free time at his <i>dacha</i> in the Moscow suburb of …

Joseph Stalin

Can poor sleep lead to Alzheimer's or dementia?

<b>(CNN) —</b> One in three Americans doesn't get enough sleep, and 45% of the world's population doesn't either.<p>The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention calls that a "public health problem," because disrupted sleep is associated with a higher risk of conditions including diabetes, stroke and …

Dementia

Shroud Jesus was allegedly wrapped in gets scientific support

The Shroud of Turin is stained with the blood of a torture victim, according to a new study which backs up claims it was used to bury Jesus …

Why Jerusalem is not the capital of Israel

No country in the world recognises Jerusalem as Israel's capital.<p>US President Donald Trump called Jerusalem the capital of Israel on December 6 and began the process of moving his country's embassy to the city.<p>The move sparked global condemnation from world leaders.<p>Israel occupied East Jerusalem at …

Israel

Ten reasons millennials are backing away from God and Christianity

College-aged millennials today are far more likely than the general population to be religiously unaffiliated. This is true when they are compared to previous generations as well.<p>In fact, the Pew Research Center documents that millennials are the least <i>outwardly</i> religious American generation, where …

Faith
App Store

Cheesy Kale-Stuffed Chicken Breasts | Food Network

If You Want to Avoid Dementia, Here's What To Know

You’ve heard the saying before: “use it or lose it.” Studies show that people who utilize their brains more—by furthering their education, learning a …

The Brain

These 8 food will help you reverse the effect of aging in your skin

We say that age is just a number, but feeling younger than you are can help you keep a youthful glow. Diet plays an important role in our health, …

Five natural alternatives to sugar

Have you noticed just how many foods at your local market are now labeled "natural"?<p>According to a recent Consumer Reports survey, 73% of shoppers seek out labels with this term (despite the fact that there's no FDA standard to define it).<p>All of this means that artificial sweeteners and high …

Nutrition
Theology

The Best No-Makeup Makeup Products for a Natural Look

Makeup

15 Clever Ways To Eat Veggies Instead Of Starchy Carbs

Healthy Eating

Cinnamon Swirl Pancakes Put a Twist on a Breakfast Classic

Relationship-ending "are you a pancake or waffle person" debates notwithstanding, it's fair to say people love a good pancake. In fact, this guy …

Queen Elizabeth's Drop Scones Are the Perfect Addition to Your Next Teatime

President Eisenhower was a huge fan of these "scotch pancakes."<p>Even if you can't afford to live like the British royal family (apparently, castles in the UK don't come cheap. Who knew?), you <i>can</i> afford to bake like them. In 1960, Queen Elizabeth II treated then-President Dwight Eisenhower and his …

Breakfast

How women’s liberation began with Jesus

We can pinpoint the dawn of our civilization. It didn’t come in ancient Egypt or Babylon. It didn’t even occur in classical Greece, although Athens …

Unification: Saladin and the Fall of Jerusalem | Christianity

<i>The Crusades: An Arab Perspective is a four-part documentary series telling the dramatic story of the crusades seen through Arab eyes, from the seizing of Jerusalem under Pope Urban II in 1099, to its recapture by Salah Ed-Din (also known as Saladin), Richard the Lionheart's efforts to regain the</i> …

World History

The assassination that started World War I

The attack by Serbian extremists on the heirs to the Austrian throne on June 28, 1914 sparked what was called the "July Crisis" in Europe. A month …

Literal interpretation of Bible 'helps increase church attendance'

Study finds conservative theology mixed with innovative worship approach helps Protestant churches grow congregations<p>Churches that are theologically conservative with beliefs based on a literal interpretation of the Bible grow faster than those with a liberal orientation, according to a five-year …

Church of England

Cuba refuses US help after Hurricane Matthew ravages the east

Cuba has turned down offers from the United States of assistance to rebuild their country in the wake of Hurricane Matthew, in a sign that the relationship between the Cold War foes remains frustratingly frosty.<p>Several US-based charities have said the Cuban government is refusing to let them fly in …

Can Mental Illness Be Prevented In The Womb?

Every day in the United States, millions of expectant mothers take a prenatal vitamin on the advice of their doctor.<p>The counsel typically comes with physical health in mind: folic acid to help avoid fetal spinal cord problems; iodine to spur healthy brain development; calcium to be bound like …

Mental Health
Political Science

Liberty U Students Break With Falwell Jr: ‘We Want Nothing To Do With’ Trump

Students at the evangelical Liberty University are breaking with school president Jerry Falwell Jr. over his support of Donald Trump, issuing a …

Donald Trump
Donald Trump

Holocaust deniers: Negating history

The genocide of the Jews has been historically researched and confirmed. But there are still people who simply deny the facts, even more than 70 …

United Kingdom

A new kind of drug is working better than chemotherapy in some lung cancer patients

For people with advanced forms of lung cancer, chemotherapy might not be the only — or even the best — option.<p>The drug, marketed as Keytruda, is one of a new set of drugs called immunotherapy. The drug targets the programmed cell death 1 (or PD-1) receptor and allows the body's own immune system go …

Cancer

Immunotherapy cancer drug hailed as 'game changer'

<b>An immunotherapy drug has been described as a potential "game-changer" in promising results presented at the European Society for Medical Oncology congress.</b><p>In a study of head and neck cancer, more patients taking nivolumab survived for longer compared with those who were treated with …

Cancer

The Story of Egypt

A new book on ancient Egypt is full of fascinating material, including a re-examination of Cleopatra’s death, a look at the fluidity of sexual …

Identity