Reporter : Camille H

Children who watch television three hours daily are at higher risk of being bullied

Parenting  18 February '14

Children who watch television three hours daily are at higher risk of being bullied

Children who watch three hours of television per day may face a higher risk of bullying, a recent study suggests.

Parents of overweight children are in denial that their kids are fat

Health/Nutrition  18 February '14

Parents of overweight children are in denial that their kids are fat

Parents of overweight children are often in denial over their kids' weight, a recent study found.

brain

Health/Nutrition  18 February '14

Brain disorders in kids may be linked to industrial chemicals

Brain disorders in kids may be the result of direct exposure to industrial chemicals, a recent study found.

Rosie O'Donnell confirms rumors that she's had weight loss surgery

News  17 February '14

Rosie O'Donnell confirms rumors of weight-loss surgery

Actress Rosie O’Donnell confirms rumors that she’s had weight loss surgery, saying that she actually had it in July of 2013, Guardian LV reports.

Couch potatoes may blame their genes for wanting to just sit around

Health/Nutrition  17 February '14

Cure for laziness? Couch potatoes may be able to blame their genes

Couch potatoes may have their genes to blame, a recent study found.

Health/Nutrition  17 February '14

Meningitis leaves 23-year-old model Holly Keating bedridden for two months

A 23-year-old model who suffered from meningitis almost lost her career after being bed-ridden for two months, according to the Daily Mail.

Video games may aid in improving language learning among people with dyslexia

Health/Nutrition  17 February '14

Video games may aid in improving language learning among people with dyslexia

People suffering from dyslexia who also frequently play action video games may be able to manage shifting their attention from audio to video, a recent study found.

Student from the University of California in Berkeley may be responsible for spreading measles

News  17 February '14

University of California-Berkeley student may be responsible for spreading measles

A male student studying at the University of California in Berkeley may be responsible for spreading measles on a transportation system in Northern California between Feb. 4-7, The Associated Press reported.

Boy without any friends receives millions of greetings on Facebook

News  17 February '14

Boy without any friends receives millions of birthday wishes on Facebook

A "friendless" boy is set to receive an unexpected gift on his 11th birthday - millions of birthday greetings from strangers on Facebook, Metro West Daily News reports.

Testicular cancer survivor engages in 24-hour cycling and eight hours of kayaking to help hospital that saved his life

Health/Nutrition  17 February '14

Testicular cancer survivor goes the extra mile to help the hospital that saved his life

A testicular cancer survivor bid to raise money for the hospital that saved his life by engaging in 24-hour non-stop cycling, kayaking for eight hours and walking 350 miles on foot from London to Cornwall in five days, the Daily Mail reports.

Pro-life protests

Parenting  17 February '14

Abortion clinic in Houston shut down by state

An abortion clinic in Houston, Texas has been shut down by the state and a doctor's license suspended, the Houston Chronicle reports.

Children who have two parents with Alzheimer's may have increased risks of the disease

Health/Nutrition  14 February '14

Children who have two parents with Alzheimer's may have increased risks of the disease

Middle-aged adults whose parents both suffer from Alzheimer’s may be at a higher risk of early Alzheimer’s-related brain changes, according to a recent study.

Belguim to allow euthanasia among children suffering from terminal conditions

Health/Nutrition  14 February '14

Belguim to allow euthanasia among children suffering from terminal conditions

Children suffering from terminal conditions may be allowed to end their lives through euthanasia as part of Belgium’s newly-extended law, the Times reports.

Talking to premature babies aids in their language development

Health/Nutrition  13 February '14

Talking to premature babies aids in their language development

Talking to babies who are born premature may help in their language development, a new study finds.

Sudden change in weather could trigger stroke

Health/Nutrition  13 February '14

Sudden change in weather could trigger stroke

A sudden change in weather temperature may increase one’s risk of stroke, especially when it gets colder, according to a recent study.

Patient who complained of stomach pain diagnosed with a 44-year old fetus

Health/Nutrition  13 February '14

Patient who complained of stomach pain diagnosed with a 44-year old fetus

An 84-year old woman suffering from stomach pain recently discovered she was carrying a 44-year-old fetus inside her womb, according to the Daily Mail.

Electric currents may help people erase bad memories

Health/Nutrition  13 February '14

Electric currents may help people erase bad memories

Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) may be used to erase bad memories, according to a new study. The scientists behind this discovery believe it could eventually lead to new treatments for conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder.

exercise

Health/Nutrition  13 February '14

Age-related blindless may be prevented through exercise

Moderate and regular exercise may help prevent age-related blindness, a recent study finds.

Unstable Income Within Families Increases Risks of Child Abuse

Health/Nutrition  13 February '14

Unstable income within families increases risks of child abuse

Children in families experiencing income instability face a much higher risk of abuse, a recent study found.

Oregano found to have health benefits, gives people excuse to order pizza once in a while

Health/Nutrition  13 February '14

Oregano may ward off stomach bugs

Looking for an excuse to eat pizza? Oregano, one of the main ingredients found in the popular dish, may help ward off stomach bugs, a new study found.

Health/Nutrition  13 February '14

People who feel dizzy everytime they get out of bed may be suffering from low blood pressure

People who feel dizzy every time they go out of the bed may be suffering from low blood pressure, according to the Daily Mail.

Kraft's Singles Cheese Will No Longer Contain Artificial Preservatives

Health/Nutrition  13 February '14

Kraft's Singles Cheese will no longer contain artificial preservatives

Kraft recently announced its decision to stop producing their product, Singles Cheese, with artificial preservatives, according to American Live Wire.

Women Get Much Less Sleep Even if They Spend Longer Hours in Bed: STUDY

Health/Nutrition  13 February '14

Women Get Much Less Sleep Even if They Spend Longer Hours in Bed: STUDY

Compared to men, women get much less sleep every day even if they spend longer hours lying in bed, according to a recent study.

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