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Smoking May Affect Sleep, Says Study

According to research, every cigarette you smoke subtracts more than a minute from your total number of sleeping hours. 
Sep 26, 2013

Prenatal Group Sessions May Benefit You and Your Baby

Experts say that pregnant women who regularly hang out together may have longer gestational periods and their babies may have healthier birth weights. 
Sep 25, 2013

Walnuts May Help Lower Your Risk of Diabetes and Heart Problems

A daily serving of walnuts may help fight chronic diseases. 
Sep 25, 2013

Smoking and Obesity May Affect Medication Potency

Smoking is bad for your health. However for obese people, it could also prove fatal. 
Sep 24, 2013

Staying Positive May Increase Your Levels of Life Satisfaction

Finding the good in yourself, in others, and in your situation can help dispel depression and increase your quality of life. 
Sep 23, 2013

Physical Activity May Boost Kids’ Learning Abilities

Letting your child exercise through sports or play may improve his brain function. 
Sep 22, 2013

Exercise May Have Moderate Antidepessant Effects

A quick stop at the gym once in a while may keep depression at bay. 
Sep 21, 2013

Juvenile Obesity May Increase Hypertension Risk During Adulthood

It's important for parents to monitor their children's weight, as the more pounds they gain, the more unhealthy they get.  
Sep 20, 2013

Your Diet May Affect Your Baby's Health

What you eat during and after pregnancy may affect your child in the long run.  
Sep 19, 2013

Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids May Promote Brain Development in Kids

Young kids may benefit from seafoods which are rich in Omega-6 and Omega-3 fatty acids.  
Sep 19, 2013
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