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New Insight Into ADHD

Mar 14th, 2011

ScienceDaily (Mar. 1, 2011) - Thanks in part to a Norwegian research biobank, researchers have generated important new insight into ADHD and how the condition manifests itself. Among other things, they have found that there is some overlap between ADHD an

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Pesticide Exposure May Contribute to ADHD, Study Finds

Mar 14th, 2011

ScienceDaily (May 17, 2010) - A team of scientists from the University of Montreal and Harvard University has discovered that exposure to organophosphate pesticides may be associated with increased risk of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) i

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Sleepy Connected Americans

Mar 14th, 2011

ScienceDaily (Mar. 11, 2011) - The 2011 Sleep in America ® poll released March 7 by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) finds pervasive use of communications technology in the hour before bed. It also finds that a significant number of Americans aren't g

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Maqui Berry: The Newest Superfruit

Feb 10th, 2011

We are always looking for ways to become healthier. Studies have shown that eating dark berries can be good for your health. Now, there is a new berry that might be better than them all.

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6 Things That Kill Your Memory

Feb 4th, 2011

Forget Me, Forget Me Not! Having a memory can have such a great impact on one's life. You are able to reminisce on things that have happened throughout your life. However, there may be some things that might hinder your ability to recall some of these

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Easy Ways to Eat 5 Fruits and Veggies a Day

Jan 31st, 2011

Today we are a grab and go society. We say that we don't have time to eat healthy and get the right servings of fruits and vegetables daily. Maybe there's away.

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New Dietary Guidelines Drastically Cut Salt Intake

Jan 31st, 2011

A little shake here, a little shake there. American's love the taste of food, but they even love it more with a sprinkle of two of salt. The U.S. government is advising Americans to cut back on their salt intake.

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Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye)

Jan 28th, 2011

Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye) is a common eye condition worldwide. There are three commonly causes of Conjunctivitis; viruses, bacteria, and allergens. However, there are others ways that you can be affected with conjunctivitis and some ways to prevent this c

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Energy Drink Consumption Strongly Linked With Risks Of Heavy Drinking

Nov 17th, 2010

Many adolescents and college students innocently ingest large amounts of energy drinks to stay awake. But, new research shows that energy drink over-use is strongly linked with increased risks of engaging in episodes of heavy drinking and developing alcoh

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FDA Approves ella Tablets For Prescription Emergency Contraception

Sep 20th, 2010

The U.S. Food and Drug Administrationrecently approved ellaTM (ulipristal acetate) tablets for emergency contraception.

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FDA Center for Tobacco to Launch Six-Month Text Messaging Pilot Program

Sep 20th, 2010

FDA's Center for Tobacco Products is launching a six-month text messaging pilot program as part of its ongoing efforts to educate our stakeholders about federal regulations to protect kids from tobacco.

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Health and Safety for College Students

Sep 13th, 2010

Learn steps you can take to enjoy college the safe and healthy way!

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7 Compelling Reasons To Quit Smoking Today

Aug 24th, 2010

From bone marrow to stomach lining, lungs to bladder-smoking brings a world of pain to your body.

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Rectal Cancer Increasing In Younger Adults: Study

Aug 24th, 2010

Rectal cancer rates may be on the rise in people younger than 40, according to a new study that examined more than 30 years of data from a national cancer registry.

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Street Sledding Riskier For Brain Injury

Aug 24th, 2010

Although skiing and snow boarding are known to be risky sports, even sledding, especially when it involves kids, can lead to serious injuries.

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Vitamin D Affects Autoimmune Diseases & Cancer Genes

Aug 24th, 2010

Vitamin D is believed to have a role in controlling genes linked to major diseases such as certain types of cancers, dementia, and autoimmune disorders, new research has found.

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10 'secrets' you shouldn't keep from your doctor

Jul 27th, 2010

Hollywood got it right: It can be deadly to lie to your doctor. Your doctor "must know everything about you, even if the discussion feels a bit uncomfortable."

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6 Diet Trends You Should Never Try

Jul 27th, 2010

Before you even think about starting a diet to drop pounds fast, you should review this list of the worst diets around.

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9 Surprising Allergy Triggers

Jul 9th, 2010

The cause of your sneezing, itchy nose, watery eyes, headache and a host of other symptoms may be more surprising than you think.

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It's time to spring clean your diet

Apr 29th, 2010

Spring has arrived, and with longer days and warmer weather comes a new crop of fresh produce.

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