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Family Meals Play Important Role In Children’s Health

20 Sep 2014 | 152,336 Views

It might not seem like a problem, but a Cornell University study has found that it can wreak havoc on your waistline and psychological health. And that's just scratching the surface...

Synthetic Fabrics Host More Stench-Producing Bacteria

20 Sep 2014 | 41,637 Views

If you want to reduce your stench after a workout, you might want to choose this type of fabric instead of synthetics.

Study Finds Girls Now Enter Puberty Even Earlier Than Previously Thought

24 Aug 2014 | 96,656 Views

And it's bringing many long-term risks including depression, anxiety, panic attacks, headaches, upset stomachs, sleep disturbances, lower odds of pursuing a college education, and lower paying jobs. But you can help protect your child by focusing on these 3 areas...

Trees Actually Lower Your Risk of Dying

16 Aug 2014 | 34,111 Views

Trees provide a valuable service to humanity by removing millions of tons of air pollutants annually, which translates to the prevention of hundreds of pollution-associated deaths.

Mother's Fears Are Passed to Children Through Smell, Study Suggests

14 Aug 2014 | 104,048 Views

A mother’s fears may be passed on to her children within days of birth, possibly even when the trauma occurred before she was pregnant.

Vitamin K Shot at Birth -- The Controversy Reignites

12 Aug 2014 | 214,974 Views

They accuse me of being a baby killer because I advocate a viable, pain-free work-around in place of this dangerous, potentially life-threatening procedure nearly every baby gets within one hour of birth. Isn't the birthing process already traumatic enough?

Study Warns of Drug-Resistant Gonorrhea

10 Aug 2014 | 27,084 Views

The sexually transmitted disease gonorrhea may soon be resistant to its last remaining treatment option, posing a serious public health threat.

Prolonged Sitting Can Lead to Depression and Other Mental Health Problems

07 Aug 2014 | 261,073 Views

It can also boost your blood flow, improved oxygenation and enhanced glucose metabolism. Plus: slashes your risk of depression by 47% and also reduces your risk of psychological distress, insomnia, and heart attacks...

Doctors Lack Tools to Discuss Toxic Exposures with Pregnant Patients: Survey

09 Jul 2014 | 93,602 Views

Although most obstetricians recognize the risks that environmental toxins pose to their pregnant patients, few routinely discuss what you can do about it.

Almost 20% of Fully Vaccinated Children with Persistent Cough "Have Whooping Cough"

08 Jul 2014 | 73,423 Views

One in five children who are fully vaccinated for whooping cough (pertussis) still contract the disease, adding further evidence of the pertussis vaccine’s questionable effectiveness.


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