Health News Brief: BPA May Boost Artery Disease Risk, Migraines Don't Hurt Brain Function, Behavioral Problems Greater in Toddlers Who Snore American Medical ID

 

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Health News Brief

August 28, 2012   


Migraines Don't Hurt Brain Function
Painful as they may be, migraines don't hurt your brain, new
research shows.
Source: British Medical Journal Read More

Behavioral Problems Greater in Toddlers Who Snore
Children who snore persistently and loudly at age 2 and 3 years are more likely to have problem behaviors at age 3 years, compared with children who donít snore or who only snore transiently.
Source: Pediatrics Read More

Diabetes Study Suggests Link to Viruses and Toxins
MINI-EPIDEMICS of type 1 diabetes appear to be occurring among Australian children every five years, a landmark study that points to an environmental cause of the autoimmune disease shows.
Source: Diabetes Care Read More

BPA May Boost Artery Disease Risk
Exposure to bisphenol-A, a chemical found in many plastics and commonly known as BPA, may increase the chance of people's arteries narrowing, which can lead to a heart attack, according to a new study.
Source: PLos ONE Read More

Allergic Diseases 'Gender Related'
Doctors have discovered a child's risk of developing an allergic disease is doubled if a parent of the same sex has suffered from it, according to a new study.
Source: Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Read More

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