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Mom of Twins Gives Birth to Babies Eight Years Apart

Health/Nutrition  24 January '14

Mom of Twins Gives Birth to Babies Eight Years Apart

Siblings who were conceived at the same time through In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) were born eight years apart, according to the Daily Mail.

‘Nenuco Won't Eat' Doll Triggers Outrage, Experts Claim it Encourages Anorexia

News  24 January '14

‘Nenuco Won't Eat' Doll Triggers Outrage, Experts Claim it Encourages Anorexia

An alleged doll called “Nenuco Won’t Eat” elicits outrage among critics who claim that it encourages anorexia among children, the Daily Mail reports.

Then and Now: Brothers Recreate Images From Childhood

News  24 January '14

Then and Now: Brothers Recreate Images From Childhood

Brothers did an amazing job at recreating their childhood days by imitating their actual photos, Yahoo! Shine reports.

Safety of Caramel Coloring in Sodas Being Tested by the FDA

Health/Nutrition  24 January '14

Safety of Caramel Coloring in Sodas Being Tested by the FDA

The U.S Food and Drug Administration is re-checking the safety of caramel coloring in sodas and other foods and claims that it is not necessarily unsafe for consumption.

Experts Advise Not to Wear Spanx, Can Damage the Organs

News  22 January '14

Experts Advise Not to Wear Spanx, Can Damage the Organs

A recent study finds that wearing spanx or shapewear may result in the crushing of organs and infections.

Cocaine

Health/Nutrition  22 January '14

Cocaine Users Don't Like Attending Parties, Drug Makes them Antisocial

People who are addicted to cocaine don’t necessarily find enjoyment in attending parties because the drug actually makes them antisocial, a recent study concludes.

Long Hours of Sitting Down May Increase Risk for Heart Failure in Men

Health/Nutrition  22 January '14

Long Hours of Sitting Down May Increase Risk for Heart Failure in Men

Elderly men who spend more time sitting down are more likely to suffer from heart failure later on in life, a recent study finds.

Exposure to Sunlight May Help Lower Blood Pressure

Health/Nutrition  22 January '14

Exposure to Sunlight May Help Lower Blood Pressure

Direct exposure to sunlight may help lower a person’s blood pressure and a recent study has tried to explain why this is so.

Work and health

Health/Nutrition  22 January '14

Working at Night Damages the DNA, Results in Health Risks

Working at night shifts may cause damage to an individual’s body and may result in long-term health problems, a recent study claims.

Man Who is HIV Positive Declared Guilty for Not Informing Partners of His Condition Deliberately

News  22 January '14

Man Who is HIV Positive Declared Guilty for Not Informing Partners of His Condition Deliberately

A man who was aware that he is HIV positive was found guilty of not informing his partners of his condition, UPI reports.

Young Female Soccer Players Continue Playing Amidst Possible Concussion Symptoms

Health/Nutrition  22 January '14

Young Female Soccer Players Continue Playing Amidst Possible Concussion Symptoms

Young female soccer players continue to play the sport despite concussion symptoms especially when the sport starts to become more aggressive, a recent study finds.

News  22 January '14

New Gastric Balloon Makes It Possible for People to Lose 14 Pounds a Month

A new gastric balloon that can be swallowed as a pill may help users lose 14 pounds a month, according to a recent report.

Children Experiment on 'New Drug' By Snorting Smarties Candies

News  21 January '14

Children Experiment on 'New Drug' By Snorting Smarties Candies

Middle school children are picking up a new habit wherein they snort the candie Smarties as an illegal drug, Guardian LV reports.

Positive Attitude Directly Associated with Physical Wellbeing: STUDY

Health/Nutrition  21 January '14

Positive Attitude Directly Associated with Physical Wellbeing: STUDY

Elderly people tend to have better physical function in their daily activities if they enjoyed higher and consistent levels of well-being as adults, a recent study finds.

Tantrums among Children May Be Associated with their Genes and Not Bad Parenting

Parenting  21 January '14

Tantrums among Children May Be Associated with their Genes and Not Bad Parenting

Toddlers who frequently throw tantrums have been found to do so because of their genetic makeup and not necessarily because of bad parenting from their parents, a recent study finds.

Red-Colored Tissue Paper May Disguise Early Signs of Cancer: STUDY

Health/Nutrition  21 January '14

Red-Colored Tissue Paper May Disguise Early Signs of Cancer: STUDY

Toilet paper containing red ink could disguise early signs of cancer, according to FOX News.

Taking the Right Shots Gives Health a Boost

News  21 January '14

Taking the Right Shots Gives Health a Boost

“Shots are the new vitamins” claims nutritionist Lauren Slayton who is also the author of “The Little Book of Thin”, Yahoo! Shine reports.

Chocolate and Red Wine May Help Prevent Diabetes

Health/Nutrition  21 January '14

Chocolate and Red Wine May Help Prevent Diabetes

Regular consumption of chocolate and red wine can stave off diabetes, contrary to the common misconception that it can actually lead to certain type of illnesses, a recent study finds.

China Declares Internet Addiction a Disorder, Opens a Boot Camp to Treat Teenagers

News  21 January '14

China Declares Internet Addiction a Disorder, Opens a Boot Camp to Treat Teenagers

China is the first country to ever classify Internet addiction as an actual disorder. As a result, the country is pushing for initiatives like boot camps aimed at deprogramming hooked teens, according to PBS.

Kelly Clarkson Announces She's Having a Baby Girl

Trending News  21 January '14

Kelly Clarkson Announces She's Having a Baby Girl

American Idol first season grand winner, Kelly Clarkson, recently announced that she will be having a baby girl with husband Brandon Blackstock, Yahoo! Celebrity reports.

Teenager Recovers from Coma After Taking Fish Oil

Health/Nutrition  20 January '14

Teenager Recovers from Coma After Taking Fish Oil

A 17-year old boy from California recovers from a crash that left him in a comatose state in September, according to NY Daily News.

Tutti Brother Inc. Recalls Pasta and Ground Beef Products Due to Misbranding and Allergen

Health/Nutrition  20 January '14

Tutti Brother Inc. Recalls Pasta and Ground Beef Products Due to Misbranding and Allergen

Tutti Brothers Inc. is recalling approximately 1.77 million pounds of shelf-stable pasta and ground beef products due to misbranding and an undeclared allergen, the U.S Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) said.

‘Freak Accident' Paralyzes Cross Fit Athlete

News  20 January '14

‘Freak Accident' Paralyzes Cross Fit Athlete

A cross fit athlete was paralyzed due to a ‘freak accident’ that took place at a fitness competition in South California, according to Guardian LV.

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