When your teenage child refuses to do the chores or breaks the curfew, your first instinct as a parent may be to scream and, in some cases, swear. But could such instinctual behavior cause lasting damage in
Source: Child Development Journal
You are what you eat. And where and how. A new study says the way preschoolers eat — at the table or in front of a television — is just as important to their health as the types of foods they consume.
Source: Canadian Medical Association
Undiagnosed prediabetes and diabetes are common in people with early Alzheimer's disease, a researcher says.
Source: Alzheimer’s Association International Congress
Simple changes to Americans' routines could help prevent 200,000 deaths a year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Specifically, better attention to heart and cardiovascular health could drastically improve the health of the nation.
Source: US Centers For Disease Control
This year’s annual National Food Safety Month (NFSM) spotlights the increasing importance of food allergen awareness throughout the month of September.
Source: National Food Safety Month / National Restaurant Association