Health News Brief: Poor Sleep in Teen Years Linked to Heart Risks in Adulthood, How Can Music Help People Who Have Alzheimer's Disease?, Don't Let Food Allergies Make Your Halloween Scary American Medical ID

 

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Health News Brief

October 30, 2012   

Poor Sleep in Teen Years Linked to Heart Risks
in Adulthood
Poor sleep during the teen years may be linked to an increased risk of heart disease later in life, a new study suggests.
Source: Canadian Medical Association Journal Read More

Sitting for Long Periods 'is Bad for Your Health'
Sitting for long periods increases the risk of diabetes, heart disease and death, researchers suggest.
Source: Diabetologia Read More

Living with Cancer: Communicating with Your Doctor
As a cancer survivor, you will be talking with your doctor on a regular basis. It is important that your needs are being met. Good communication will help improve your care experience and lessen your worries and fears along the way.
Source: Mayo Clinic Read More

How Can Music Help People Who Have Alzheimer's Disease?
Limited research suggests that listening to music can benefit people who have Alzheimer's disease in various ways.
Source: Mayo Clinic Read More

How Long Can You Safely Keep Leftovers in the Refrigerator?
Leftovers can be kept for three to four days in the refrigerator. Be sure to eat them within that time. After that the the risk of food poisoning increases.
Source: Mayo Clinic Read More

Don't Let Food Allergies Make Your Halloween Scary

Here are some tips and strategies that may help to reduce the risks during Halloween if you have children and adolescents with food allergies or asthma.

Source: Allergy and Asthma Research
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