Fire retardant chemicals that are supposed to protect children may actually cause intelligence and behavioral problems in young kids.
Source: Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS)
Salt is a cheap, easy way to turn on taste buds. That’s one reason why it’s in so many of the foods we eat. It’s so commonly used that most Americans consume more than double the recommended daily limit for it.
Source: The British Medical Journal
Mangoes may have a positive effect on blood sugar in obese individuals and help to limit inflammation US researchers suggest.
Source: Oklahoma State University
Eyes may not be a window to the soul, as poets have claimed, but eyesight is certainly a window on the world. As boomers age, however, millions of them will struggle with some kind of eye disease.
We’ve all seen it. A pacifier tumbles out of a crying baby’s mouth and hits the floor with a wet thump. Maybe it bounces once or twice. Some parents throw it right in the trash. Others boil it. Some just give it a rinse in the sink.
Source: Sahlgrenska Academy of Göteborg University