Health News Brief: Chocolate, Wine And Berries May Protect Against Type 2 Diabetes, Student Allergy Prompts Human Rights Complaint Against School, How To Hire In-Home Care For Your Senior American Medical ID

 

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Health News Brief

February 18. 2014   

Heart Disease Affects Young People Too
There’s a common misconception that heart disease – which can lead to heart attacks and strokes – only occurs in older people. But the truth is these conditions do not discriminate by age.
Source: FoxNews.com Read More

Chocolate, Wine And Berries May Protect Against Type 2 Diabetes
Good news for chocolate and wine lovers. New research suggests that consuming high levels of flavonoids, found in foods such as chocolate, tea, berries and wine, may help protect against type 2 diabetes.
Source: The Journal of Nutrition Read More

Student Allergy Prompts Human Rights Complaint Against School
A Hamilton mother, has filed a complaint with the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario against her daughter’s elementary school, claiming discrimination over the way officials handled the girl's serious egg and dairy allergies.
Source: CBC News Read More

Nine Weird Health Tips That Work
They may be odd, but these ideas have science on their side. Stay happy and healthy with these nine quirky tips.
Source: Body+Soul Read More

How To Hire In-Home Care For Your Senior
Learn the factors to consider when deciding between using an agency and finding a private caregiver. Opening your home and entrusting your loved one to a caregiver is big step, and one that must be undertaken with caution.
Source: Care.com Read More



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