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November 15, 2012
Health News Brief: November is National Epilepsy Awareness Month!, Baldness: A New Sign of Heart Attack Risk, Top 10 Foods that Prevent Breast Cancer

November 5, 2012
Health News Brief: Exercise Helps Prevent Early Cardiovascular Aging in Type 2 Diabetics, Avoiding Alcohol May Cut Risk for Esophageal Cancer, Why You Should Consider Wearing ID with Diabetes

October 30, 2012
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

October 23, 2012
Health News Brief: Could Facebook Be Making You Fat?, Feeling Stressed Out Tied to Heart Disease Risk, World Psoriasis Day is October 29th

October 16, 2012
Health News Brief: Today is World Food Day –A Day of Action Against Hunger, Diabetes Growing Problem in Pregnancy, Smokers May Have More Sleep Problems

October 9, 2012
Health News Brief: Redefining Fast Food in the Workplace, Kids Eat as Much Salt as Adults, Work Stress Linked to More Heart Attacks

October 2, 2012
Health News Brief: October Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, 'Egg Therapy' May Help Allergic Kids, Pet Therapy: Man's Best Friend as Healer

September 25, 2012
Health News Brief: Loss of Vision Tied to Less Physical Activity, How to Treat Hypoglycemia, Artery Stiffness May Predict High Blood Pressure

September 18, 2012
Health News Brief: Type A Personality Traits Boost Stroke Risk in Study, Who Gets a Flu Shot and Why, Midlife Fitness Delays Chronic Disease

September 11, 2012
Health News Brief: Remember September 11 on Eleventh Anniversary of 9/11, Almost Half of Teens with Autism Bullied, How Your Dinner Date Can Make You Fat

September 6, 2012
Health News Brief: West Nile Virus Spreads Faster, Chronic Kidney Disease Increases Risk in A-Fib, Vitamin D Supplementation Can Decrease Respiratory Infection Risk in Children

August 28, 2012
Health News Brief: BPA May Boost Artery Disease Risk, Migraines Don't Hurt Brain Function, Behavioral Problems Greater in Toddlers Who Snore

August 21, 2012
Health News Brief: Red Meat Tied to Stroke Risk, TB Vaccine Promising as New Way to Fight Type 1 Diabetes, Mold Exposure in Infancy May Raise Asthma Risk

August 14, 2012
Health News Brief: Honey May Ease Nighttime Coughing in Kids, Food Allergy Label Changes Come into Affect, Heart Attack, Stroke More Common in Shift Workers

August 7, 2012
Health News Brief: National Immunization Awareness Month, Working Out in the Middle of the Work Day, Seeing Certain Foods Prompts Kids to Eat Healthier

July 31, 2012
Health News Brief: Keep Mosquitoes Away This Summer, Preventive Measures Pay Off for Those at Risk of Stroke, High-Salt Diets Up Osteoporosis Risk

July 24, 2012
Health News Brief: Binge Drinking Dramatically Increases the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease in Over 65s, Breast Cancer Patients Who Refuse Breast Removal, Could Need Second Surgery, Coffee and Heart Disease

July 17, 2012
Health News Brief: Video Contest Winners Announced this Week!, New Devices Improve Diabetes Control, Exercise Benefits Heart Even If It Doesn't Help Weight Loss

July 10, 2012
Health News Brief: Half of Heart Patients Make Mistakes With Their Meds, Nurses Educate Youth to Combat Childhood Obesity, Small Babies at Higher Risk of Autism, Not Asperger

July 5, 2012
Health News Brief: Small Differences in Birth Times Affect Test Scores,Atkins'-Type Diets May Raise Risk of Heart Problems , Study Links Spanking and Mental Health Issues

June 26, 2012
Health News Brief: Don’t Forget to Vote for the Facebook Video Contest!, Even Known Food Allergens Dangerous for Kids, Battle of the Bulge: Does Treating Obesity as a Disease Help?

June 19, 2012
Health News Brief: Positive Images and Feedback Help Depression Patients, Spine Manipulation for Neck Pain ‘Inadvisable’, Waist Size Alone May Predict Diabetes Risk

June 12, 2012
Health News Brief: Caffeine Shown to Stop Diabetes Memory Loss, More Batteries to Blame for Kids' ER Visits, Pot Belly Boosts Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death

June 5, 2012
Health News Brief: Sleeping in Parents' Bed May Reduce Kids' Obesity Risk, Managing Cost of Diabetes, 7 Bad Foods that are Actually Good for You

May 29, 2012
Health News Brief: Middle-Aged Diabetics May Need Earlier Colon Checks, Brain Surgery Boost for Children with Severe Epilepsy, Aspirin Therapy: Should You or Shouldn't You?

May 22, 2012
Health News Brief: Sleepwalking May Be More Common Than You Think, Eating Meals Slowly 'Could Reduce Your Risk of Diabetes', Girls with Many Friends More Active

May 15, 2012
Health News Brief: Men’s Breast Cancer Often More Deadly, Jogging Boosts Lifespan Up to Six Years, Aspirin as Effective as Warfarin for Heart Failure

May 8, 2012
Health News Brief: Too Much Sleep May Not Be So Bad For Weight Gain, Arthritis Patients Often Have Anxiety and Depression Too, Eating Omega-3s May Help Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk

May 1, 2012
Health News Brief: Weight Training Helps Older Women Stave Off Dementia, Really? Optimism Reduces the Risk of Heart Disease, Abuse Alters DNA of Kids, Report Hints

April 24, 2012
Health News Brief: What Causes Brain Freeze?, Women Lag in Life Expectancy Gains, 10 Hangover Remedies- What Works?

April 17, 2012
Health News Brief: Niceness is in Your DNA, WHO: Dementia Cases Worldwide Will Triple by 2050, Over-the-Counter Remedies for Insect Bites May Not Work

April 10, 2012
Health News Brief: Why Are Parents Less Likely to Take Little Girls Outside to Play?, Sleep Your Way to Better Heart Health, Have You Considered a Medical Alarm?

April 3, 2012
Health News Brief: Our Engravable USB Dog Tag on the TV show, The Doctors!, Cancer Deaths Continue to Fall, Feeling Fat? Facebook May Be to Blame, Breast Cancer May Be Higher With Just One Drink a Day

March 27, 2012
Health News Brief: Today is Diabetes Alert Day, Antioxidants May Not Help People With Alzheimer’s, People Who Feel Lightheaded as They Stand May Be at Greater Risk of Heart Failure

March 20, 2012
Health News Brief: Risks: More Red Meat, More Mortality, Why It’s So Important to Keep Moving, Top 14 Myths About Food and Nutrition

March 13, 2012
Health News Brief: Asthma Connected to Fizzy Drinks, Citrus Fruits Lower Women's Stroke Risk, Standing Up from Desks Helps Avoid Diabetes

March 6, 2012
Health News Brief: Autism Not Diagnosed as Early in Minority Children, 11 Surprising Symptoms of Acid Reflux, Finding Food Allergy Allies

February 28, 2012
Health News Brief: Migraines May Raise the Risk of Depression in Women, Sitting for 7 Hours a Day Ups Diabetes Risk, Raw Milk Causes Most Illness From Dairy

February 23, 2012
Health News Brief: Wider Hips Protect Against Diabetes, Exercise a Defense Against Dementia, Where's All That Salt Come From? CDC Report Has Surprises

February 14, 2012
Health News Brief: Teen Health Habits May Shorten Their Lives, Posting Simple Signs Might Get People to Take the Stairs More Often, Blood Clot Guidelines Challenge ‘Economy Class Syndrome’

February 7, 2012
Health News Brief: Drinking Black Tea May Lower Blood Pressure, Eating Fried Food Not Always Bad For The Heart, Food Allergies Are Not Rampant, and They Change Over Time

January 31, 2012
Health News Brief: Sugary Soda Ups Risky Fat Deposits, Economic Toll of Diabetes Begins Early, Protect and Preserve Your Brain and Heart

January 24, 2012
Health News Brief: Conquering the Chilly Workouts of Winter, Asthma in Adults: Creating an Asthma Action Plan, Water: How Much Should You Drink Every Day?

January 17, 2012
Health News Brief: Blood Pressure Meds Extend Long-Term Life Expectancy, Sugars and Sugar Alcohols: What’s the Difference?, Cholesterol: Fact vs. Fiction

January 10, 2012
Health News Brief: January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month, Caffeine Dos and Don'ts, Silent Strokes Linked to Memory Loss in Older Adults

January 3, 2012
Health News Brief: Making a Resolution? Diet Betting May Offer Incentive to Lose Weight, Extra Walking Does Not Improve Muscle Strength, Driving Isn’t an Issue for Most People With Diabetes

 

 

 

 

 

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