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Denise Ferrell

Denise Ferrell
Denise is a Registered Nurse, married, and has lived in Alabama all of her life. She has been a Christian for more than 40 years and has studied Prophecy for over 25 years. She writes devotionals for Faithwriters (www.faithwriters.com). She also writes for TGGmag ('Tween Girls and God online magazine for girls age 9-12). She desires to share Christ with others through her writing and is looking forward to the soon return of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Can Prolonged Sitting Make Us Sick?

Do you sit for more than three hours a day? Over 10,000 studies have shown evidence that prolonged sitting can promote chronic disease. If your lifestyle has you sitting for several hours each day, you might want to look at a couple of ways to adjust the amount of time ...

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The Sweet Rewards of Dark Chocolate (Recipe Included)

If you have a sweet tooth, dark chocolate offers rewards beyond melt-in-your-mouth “yumminess.” Besides satisfying our taste buds, it is also heart-healthy. Most of its health benefits originate from flavonoids that act as antioxidants. For several centuries, in fact, cocoa and chocolate have been used in many cultures as a ...

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Have a Hug and Some “Feel-Good” Hormones!

A hug can offer more than the warmth of an embrace. What may seem like a trivial hug or touch can trigger the release of “feel-good” hormones. According to neurologist Shekar Raman, M.D., “a hug, pat on the back, and even a friendly handshake are processed by the reward center ...

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High Fiber, Low Fiber or No Fiber?

There is more to fiber than meets the gut. Given their impressing list of benefits, high fiber diets are often recommended by healthcare practitioners. However, it might be wise to look at other aspects of fiber before loading up on psyllium seed husks. There are two types of fiber: soluble ...

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7 Major Health Benefits of Curcumin

Turmeric, a member of the ginger family, boasts numerous health benefits and medicinal properties. Curcumin is one of the curcuminoids (chemical compounds) and the active ingredient in turmeric. For several thousand years, turmeric was used as a dye and was later used for its medicinal properties. The studies performed on ...

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