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  • 2/16/2016
    A new study has found that keeping cancer cells alive may stop a tumor from spreading.
  • Obesity Impacts Boys' Puberty | Children's Health Blog
    2/13/2016
    Boys who are overweight tend to go through puberty earlier than usual, but curiously, boys who are obese tend to go through puberty at a later point.
  • Colon Cancer Rates | Alternative Cancer Remedies Blog
    2/11/2016
    Colon cancer rates may have increased in both men and women under 50, and the disease is often diagnosed at a later, more advanced stage than in older patients.
  • Health Benefits & Risks of Coffee | Health Blog
    2/9/2016
    New research finds that coffee does not cause heart palpitations, fluttering, extra beats, or other cardiac irregularities.
  • Downfall of Helicopter Parents | Natural Health Blog
    2/6/2016
    When parents act in a manipulative or controlling manner, at least some of their college-student children convert the stress they feel into mean actions toward their friends and classmates.
  • Why is Nearsightedness in Kids Increasing | Children's Health Blog
    2/4/2016
    Rates of myopia have increased steadily worldwide—in fact, they’ve skyrocketed—and particularly among children in Asian nations.
  • How to Watch Calories When Eating Out | Natural Health Blog
    2/2/2016
    More than 90 percent of restaurants in the United States provide servings that exceed the recommended number of calories to be eaten in a single meal.
  • Daily Exercise for Lower Back Pain | Natural Health Blog
    1/30/2016
    A well-designed daily exercise routine may be the best way to avoid triggering an episode of lower back pain.
  • Leafy Greens for Glaucoma Prevention | Health Blog
    1/28/2016
    Frequent consumption of leafy green vegetables such as spinach, kale, romaine lettuce, and collard greens may lower a person's risk of developing glaucoma by as much as 30 percent.
  • Dangers of Concurrent Surgery | Health Blog
    1/26/2016
    Surgeons are double-task, cutting one patient open in operating room A and then scooting over to operating room B to stitch up someone else.
  • Cancer Risk in Twins | Health Blog
    1/23/2016
    When an identical twin receives a cancer diagnosis, it somewhat raises the other twin's chance of developing not only that form of cancer, but any form at all of the disease.
  • Why Many Overeat Healthy Foods | Health Blog
    1/21/2016
    People tend to request larger portions, eat a greater quantity, and feel less satiated when consuming food that is branded "healthy" on its packaging.
  • Email Leads to Stress | Natural Health Blog
    1/19/2016
    According to a new report from the Future Work Centre in London, constant email updates are “a toxic source of stress.”
  • Prevent Kidney Damage from Prediabetes | Diabetic Health Blog
    1/16/2016
    A recent study found that kidney damage starts with prediabetes.
  • Alcohol's Acute Effect on Food Intake
    1/14/2016
    Consuming alcohol impairs the inhibitory control that we normally would use to stop ourselves from overeating.
  • Best Toys for Building Language Skills | Children's Health Blog
    1/12/2016
    Fancy electronic toys that feature lights, music, and talking may be detrimental to your baby's language development.
  • IBS Linked to Vitamin D deficiency | Health Blog
    1/9/2016
    The vast majority of individuals with irritable bowel syndrome may have low vitamin D levels.
  • Death by Alcohol Abuse in US Increasing | Natural Health Blog
    1/7/2016
    Last year in the US, alcohol-related deaths outnumbered those from painkillers and heroin combined.
  • Scheduled C-Section Health Risks & Dangers | Children's Health Blog
    1/5/2016
    All babies delivered via C-section are at higher risk of developing health problems over time, but those who are born after a "scheduled" C-section face the greatest risk.
  • People Break New Years Resolutions -- Health Blog
    1/3/2016
    A recent study found that people actually buy more high-calorie foods at the supermarket between January and March than they do during other months of the year.
  • Singles Have Lower Weight | Natural Health Blog
    12/31/2015
    Single men and women who are not cohabiting with a romantic partner may have a lower body mass index (BMI) than their peers who live with a significant other.
  • Antidepressants Cause Autism | Natural Health Blog
    12/29/2015
    A new study asserts that if mothers take antidepressants during pregnancy, there's far more likelihood that their kids will be born with autism.
  • Allergies Can Affect Heart Health | Natural Health Blog
    12/26/2015
    Children with allergies or asthma may have up to twice the risk of developing elevated blood pressure levels and high cholesterol.
  • Why Men Better At Directions Than Women
    12/24/2015
    There are actually brain function differences in the way men and women orient themselves to directions and figure out how to arrive somewhere, with men's outcomes being more effective.
  • Mitochondrial Transfer, 3 Parent Babies | Health Blog
    12/22/2015
    Thanks to a law in Great Britain, babies can now be born to three genetic parents—one father and two moms.

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