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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
 

Omega-3 May Give Kids an Academic Boost

Researchers recommend serving kids a variety of fish and seafood at least twice a week. 
Sep 18, 2013
 

Orange Juice May Have Anti-Cancer Benefits

A glass of OJ a day may lower your risk of developing certain kinds of cancers. 
Sep 18, 2013
 

Help Teens Lose Weight by Improving Their Mental and Emotional Well-Being

Achieving weight loss and total wellness isn’t just about exercising and dieting. 
Sep 17, 2013
 

Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea May Increase Risk of Premature Births and Stillbirths

Women need to be mindful of STDs, as these may affect the lives of their future children. 
Sep 16, 2013
 

Increased Physical Activity May Protect Your Man from Sudden Cardiac Death

Convincing him to get off the couch may actually safe his life. 
Sep 16, 2013
 

Improve Cognitive Health with a Mediterranean Diet, Says Study

Eating more whole wheat, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and fish may lower your risk of developing dementia. 
Sep 14, 2013
 
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