Health News Brief: September Is National Food Safety Month, Simple Health Tips That Could Save 200,000 Lives A Year, Early Diabetes Signs Often Missed In Alzheimer’s Patients American Medical ID

 

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Health News Brief

September 17. 2013   

Harsh Verbal Discipline Increases Teens’ Risk Of Depression, Bad Behavior
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
your children?
Source: Child Development Journal Read More

Preschoolers With Poor Eating Habits Have Greater Risk Of Heart Disease As Adults, Study Finds
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 Read More

Early Diabetes Signs Often Missed In Alzheimer’s Patients
Undiagnosed prediabetes and diabetes are common in people with early Alzheimer's disease, a researcher says.
Source: Alzheimer’s Association International Congress Read More

Simple Health Tips That Could Save 200,000 Lives
A Year
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 Read More

September Is National Food Safety Month
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 Read More



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