Teen Health

  • Obesity Raises Cancer Risk | Natural Health Blog
    2/21/2019
    Carrying a lot of excess weight is undeniably unhealthy, increasing the risk of numerous conditions. In the case of obesity-related cancers, the risk is now on the rise in young adults.
  • 5/24/2018
    According to a new study, rather than choosing soda, teens are more likely to be having sports drinks--but are they healthy?
  • Pressure to be Perfect | Teen Health Blog
    1/16/2018
    People like to complain, “what’s the matter with kids today?” Is it possible that this difficult period of life has gotten even harder in recent years?
  • 12/28/2017
    Life can often be hectic, so the idea of everyone sitting down to eat dinner together might seem difficult. But if you can pull it off, it may be very much worth your while.  Find out why...
  • Arthritis in Younger People | Natural Health Blog
    12/16/2017
    The younger may be getting arthritis! A new study found that of the 91 million adults that have arthritis, almost one-third of them are between the ages of 18 and 64.
  • Vitamin K Deficiency in Teens | Natural Health Blog
    10/19/2017
    A new study found that teens who do not eat an adequate amount of vitamin K foods such as leafy green vegetables are more likely to have heart issues.
  • Naturally Treat Child ADHD | Children's Health Blog
    6/14/2016
    Kids with ADHD may benefit greatly from making positive, health-related lifestyle changes.
  • Too Much TV Causes Mental Decline | Mental Health Blog
    12/17/2015
    Young adults who admit to spending long periods of time stretched out on the couch watching TV are more likely to experience cognitive decline by the time they reach middle age.
  • All-Nighter Doesn't Make the Grade
    12/4/2012
    It is practically a right of passage for college students to stay up all night cramming for a big exam or final. But the truth of the matter is, if you truly want to get good grades, you are probably better off closing the books early and getting a solid night's sleep before the test.
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