(PHOTO: FACEBOOK/VIDEO SCREENSHOT/ELIZABETH JOHNSTON)'Activist Mommy' Elizabeth Johnston says she's not 'going to celebrate' the 'mental disorders' of people who identify themselves with things other than their true biological selves.An outspoken Christian mom vlogger and conservative activist is slamming SELF magazine for an article advising women about what music...
Expand | Collapse (Photo: PureFlix.com)Autumn Miles (2nd from L) on PureFlix.com's "Pure Talk"Author, speaker and Christian advocate Autumn Miles is on a mission to reach people who have been abused, misunderstood and abandoned. Much of her work in this arena — efforts that started well before the #MeToo era...
(Photo: The Christian Post)Michael Farris, president of the Alliance Defending Freedom (left) and Tony Perkins, president of Family Research Council, present on parental rights and religious freedom at the Museum of the Bible on July 26, 2018.WASHINGTON — Parental rights are increasingly intersecting with religious freedom, particularly the right...
In pursuit of being able to drink the best kind of water they can on a regular basis, people have taken to purchasing all kinds of bottled water and using filters, but some experts say that tap water is just as good.NPR interviewed different experts and ask about how tap...
(Photo: REUTERS/Rebecca Cook)Whole Foods grocery store worker Adam Pacheco (L) stacks vegetables while customers shop in the produce section at the Whole Foods grocery story in Ann Arbor, Michigan, March 8, 2012.Researchers are looking into a possible link between what people eat and their mental health, and a...
(Photo: Unsplash/Becky Phan)Living near a park has been found to be beneficial to a person's mental healthTurning vacant parking lots into parks can have a positive impact on the mental health of residents living nearby, according to a new study.A study conducted by researchers in Philadelphia took a...
(Photo: Unsplash/Bruno Nascimento)People have different reasons for why they work out, and the ideal time for exercising depends on what those goals are.In an article for Quick and Dirty Tips, fitness coach Brock Armstrong offered some insight and provided some information that sheds light on how people could...
(Photo: Reuters/Rashid Umar Abbasi)A franchise sign is seen above a Chick-fil-A freestanding restaurant after its grand opening in Midtown, New York, October 3, 2015.Chick-fil-A, the fast food chain that has its roots firmly planted in the state of Georgia, is now planning to spread its wings and venture...
(Photo: Unsplash/Victor Xok)A new scam is causing Uber passengers to be charged extra for messes they did not makeUber riders could be on the receiving end of a higher-than-expected bill, and the reason for it could be a scam that's starting to get more publicity.At first, Uber passengers...
Pixabay/KBOutdoorsThe longest lunar eclipse set to occur in the 21st century will be seen on July 27 to the early morning of July 28 in the eastern hemisphere.This Friday's lunar eclipse will result in the emergence of a Blood Moon, and it's expected to remain visible in the...
(Photo: Bill Whatcott)Bill Whatcott turns himself into authorities in Calgary, Alberta, Canada as he was wanted on a charge of "wilful promotion of hatred" for distributing flyers critical of homosexuality at the Toronto Pride Parade in July 2016.Facing the possibility of spending two years in prison for "infiltrating"...
(Screengrab: YouTube)Obianuju Ekeocha, founder of Culture of Life Africa and author of "Target Africa: Ideological Colonialism in the Twenty-First Century."Africa is being recolonized today, though this time not with armies or arbitrary borders but through Western governments and humanitarian outfits imposing population control ideology, sexual liberation, and abortion,...
Expand | Collapse Photo: Unsplash/Ian DooleyDeals for National Ice Cream Day are available all over the countrySummer is in full swing and for those looking to cool down and enjoy a frozen treat, they can take advantage of the deals available on National Ice Cream Day.Back in 1984, then...
(Photo: Unsplash/rawpixel)A person is shown having their blood pressure taken.A new study has uncovered a possible link between elevated blood pressure and a person having brain damage or even Alzheimer's disease.The study's author, Dr. Zoe Arvanitakis of the Rush Alzheimer's disease Center at Rush University Medical Center in...
(Photo: Reuters/Darren Staples)More American parents are choosing to have only one or two children, not only in large cities but nationwide. According to a recent article from The Cut, "Nearly two-thirds of women with children now have two or one — i.e., an oldest, a youngest, but no middle."The finding...
(Photo: Dennis Lennox)Hawaii's history and culture is among the richest of any of the U.S. states.And that history and culture awaits your discovery at two historic churches in Honolulu.Cathedral Church of St. AndrewLocated about 15 minutes from famous Waikiki Beach is the Cathedral Church of St. Andrew.RelatedGothic Surprise...
(Photo: The Christian Post)Luis Javier Ruiz, survivor of the Pulse nightclub shooting, speaks at the Freedom March on May 5, 2018.A survivor of the Orlando Pulse nightclub mass shooting is recounting the trauma of that night and how God used it to bring about his repentance and why...
(Photo: REUTERS/Mark Kauzlarich)Julia Vitora (L), 11, Barry Vitora, Sabrina McKenna, 11, and Gianni Vitora, 11, play Pokemon Go in Central Park as they enjoy the mild weather at the start of the Labor Day weekend ahead of potential storms on the east coast of the United States caused...
(Photo: Unsplash/Thom)A new study has revealed that internet filters, designed to protect young people from seeing sexually explicit material, don't really work.Researchers Andrew K. Przybylski and Victoria Nash from the Oxford Internet Institute at the University of Oxford looked at data provided by 9,352 male and 9,357 female...
The current generation of teens is generally seen as heavy consumers of digital tech — smartphones, social media and the internet in particular. A new study has emerged, however, suggesting that this trend of habitual use of digital media could lead to the development of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder...
A Florida mon is now taking it upon herself to warn others about food labels, following the death of her 15-year-old daughter. Alexi Stafford, who was allergic to peanuts, accidentally ate a cookie containing peanut butter at a friend's house after mistaking them for the usual chocolate chip variety.The...
(Photo: UNSPLASH/Vladislav Muslakov)People who have long dreamed about being compensated for dozing off at work are in luck, as two companies are now offering salaried positions for sleep enthusiasts.First off is Mattress Firm, and they're seeking someone who can be their ideal "Snoozetern."The individual hired to be Mattress...
Expand | Collapse (Photo: Unsplash/David Law)High temperatures are being recorded all over the worldRising temperatures are continuing to adversely affect many people in different parts of the world, but beyond the heat, there are other factors that contribute significantly to raising the risk of fatalities in the midst of...
Expand | Collapse (Photo: Wikimedia Commons/ProjectManhattan)An order of French fries from McDonald'sFree food and drinks are going to be provided by McDonald's to customers who start making purchases using their mobile app.One of the chain's current offers is for free medium fries.The fast food giant began offering free french...
(Photo: Wikimedia Commons/Michael Rivera)A Chick-fil-A restaurant in Lowndes County, GeorgiaSome bad news broke recently for Chick-fil-A fans, as the popular fast food chain has announced plans to discontinue its Cow Calendars.The company confirmed the move in an updated post on its website, adding that it will take effect...
(Photo: Wikimedia Commons/BrianReading)The University of Houston in Houston, Texas.A generous donor has made sure that the members of the inaugural class for the University of Houston's College of Medicine will not have to worry about paying for their education.Announced recently by the school itself, the anonymous donor gave...
(Photo: Unsplash/Matthew Bennett)Expenses could remain substantial even for retireesOut-of-pocket medical expenses in particular could become very costly for retirees, according to a new report from the Vanguard Group. The Vanguard Group, with assistance from Mercer Health & Benefits, found that the expected average cost of out-of-pocket medical expenses for...
(Screenshot: Facebook Live Video)Over 60 professional a capella gospel singers from various countries staged a flash mob inside a Chick-fil-A in Nashville, Tennessee.A video of a flash mob performance by 60 professional a capella gospel singers from around the world inside a Chick-fil-A near Nashville, Tennessee, has gone...
(Photo: Unsplash/Emma Simpson)A person's chances of eventually developing depression could be determined in part by their waking and sleeping patterns, according to the results of a study published earlier this year.Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder and the Channing Division of Network Medicine at Brigham and Women's...
(Photo: Unsplash/Jacob Creswick)Vistors flock to the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C.A new study, which aims to gauge how well cities around the United States are managed, ranked Washington, D.C., as the worst-run city in the country.The study, conducted by the personal finance website WalletHub, was designed to determine how...
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