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Smother Your Chld's Veggies with Catsup and Cheese Sauce and Encourage them to Eat Veggies For Life

Health/Nutrition  9 February '14

Picky Eater? Pair Your Child's Veggies with Savory Condiments

Adding condiments such as catsup and cheese sauce to children’s vegetables can encourage them to continue eating the healthy food until they are older, a recent study finds.

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Health/Nutrition  9 February '14

Men and Women Experience Nightmares Differently: STUDY

Men and women experience nightmares or unpleasant dreams rather differently, a recent study confirms.

California Company Recalls Nearly Nine Million Dollars Worth of Meat

Health/Nutrition  9 February '14

California Company Recalls Nearly Nine Million Dollars Worth of Meat

Rancho Feeding Corporation recently recalled nearly nine million worth of meat products due to the processing of diseased animals without a full federal inspection, according to CBS8.

Get an 'O-Shot' to Boost Your Sex Life and Increase Sensitivity

Health/Nutrition  9 February '14

Get an 'O-Shot' to Boost Your Sex Life and Increase Sensitivity

A doctor from the United States claims that he has discovered a solution that will help women sustain their sex drive by boosting their libido, according to the Daily Mail.

The Biggest Loser Faced with Controversy After Rachel Frederickson's 60 Percent Fat Weight Loss

News  9 February '14

'The Biggest Loser' Faced with Controversy Following Contestants Dramatic 155-Pound Weight Loss

"The Biggest Loser" is faced with a controversy after contestant Rachel Frederickson’s lost a whopping 155-pound weight loss, which critics claim to be unhealthy and unacceptable, according to the LA Times.

Eating Chocolates May be Bad for the Liver

Health/Nutrition  6 February '14

Eating Chocolate May be Bad for the Liver

Previous studies have found that drinking too much alcohol is harmful to the liver but a newer study has claimed that eating chocolates may also be detrimental to one’s health.

Elderly People May Have Worst Body Odor

Health/Nutrition  6 February '14

Elderly People May Have Worst Body Odor

A recent study has found that elderly people are more likely to secrete foul odor compared to younger individuals.

Pill Camera to be Used for Colon Screening Has Been Released by the FDA

Health/Nutrition  4 February '14

Pill Camera to be Used for Colon Screening Has Been Released by the FDA

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently approved a pill camera which will be used for colon screening, Omaha reports.

FDA to Launch Anti-Smoking Campaign Directed at the Youth

Health/Nutrition  4 February '14

FDA to Launch Anti-Smoking Campaign Directed at the Youth

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will be launching an anti-smoking campaign specifically directed at the youth, according to the Washington Post.

Eleven-Year Old Girl Overcomes Crippling Fear of Dogs Through Hypnosis

Health/Nutrition  4 February '14

Girl Overcomes Crippling Fear of Dogs Through Hypnosis

An eleven-year old girl who suffered from a crippling fear of dogs underwent hypnosis and now has her own puppy, the Daily Mail reports.

The Real Effects of Too Much Caffeine in the Body Unveiled

Health/Nutrition  4 February '14

The Real Effects of Too Much Caffeine in the Body Unveiled

High-levels of caffeine in the body has been found to have negative side effects including headaches, mood swings and shaking but there’s more to it than just that, according to Yahoo! Shine.

San Francisco Porn Company Mandated to Pay $78000 due to Condom Policy Violation

Health/Nutrition  4 February '14

San Francisco Porn Company Mandated to Pay $78.000 due to Condom Policy Violation

A San Francisco porn company has been required to pay a fine of approximately $78,000 due to a condom policy violation, Mercury News reports.

Toddler's Body Covered in Bruises Due to Life Threatening Condition

Health/Nutrition  4 February '14

Toddler's Body Covered in Bruises Due to Life Threatening Condition

A toddler from England has defied the odds and recovered from a rare condition that left her body covered in life-threatening bruises, according to the Daily Mail.

Too Much Sugar Intake Leads to Heart Problems

Health/Nutrition  4 February '14

Too Much Sugar Intake Leads to Heart Problems

Consuming too much sugar does not only increase risk for diabetes, it also increases one's risk of death of various type of heart conditions, a recent study finds.

Award-Winning Actor Philip Hoffman Dies of What Could Be Heroin Overdose

News  4 February '14

Award-Winning Actor Philip Hoffman Dies of What Could Be Heroin Overdose

Award-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his New York apartment on Feb. 2. Police officials claim that his death was due to heroin overdose, according to The Guardian.

Teenage Boy Not Allowed to Go Near Pregnant Women Because of a Contagious Virus

News  4 February '14

Teenage Boy Not Allowed to Go Near Pregnant Women Because of a Contagious Virus

A teenage boy from England was never allowed to go near any pregnant woman because of a rare virus that may cause disabilities among unborn babies, the Daily Mail reports.

New Hepatitis Drug to Be Taken for Three Straight Months May Just Be the Best Cure Available

Health/Nutrition  4 February '14

New Hepatitis Drug to Be Taken for Three Straight Months May Be the Best Cure Available

A new drug to help cure hepatitis has been unveiled and patients are only required to take it within a three-month course, according to the Daily Mail.

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Health/Nutrition  3 February '14

Regular Intake of Alcholic Beverages Increases Skin Cancer Risks

Regular intake of alcohol is a well-known cause of various types of illnesses but a recent study confirms that it specifically increases skin cancer risks.

New Tongue-Like Device Makes it Possible for People to Detect Different Types of Alcohol

Health/Nutrition  3 February '14

New Tongue-Like Device Makes it Possible for People to Detect Different Types of Alcohol

A new device capable of distinguishing between beer variaties and their alcohol content has been created by researchers from Spain.

Loss of Hearing Among the Elderly May Eventually Result in Dementia

Health/Nutrition  3 February '14

Loss of Hearing Among the Elderly May Eventually Result in Dementia

Elderly men and women who are suffering from loss of hearing should also be wary of possible signs of dementia, a recent study claims.

Gays and Bisexuals More Likely to Inject Steroids

Health/Nutrition  3 February '14

Gay and Bisexual Teenage Boys More Likely to Inject Steroids

Gay and bisexual teenage boys more frequently inject steroids compared to straight men, a recent study finds.

South Carolina Probation Agents Shoots a Mental Health Patient

News  28 January '14

South Carolina Probation Agent Shoots a Mental Health Patient

A mental health patient was shot at dead because he became too loud and argumentative, according to Reuters.

Keychain Help Detect When Baby's Diaper is Wet

Health/Nutrition  28 January '14

Keychain Helps Detect When Baby's Diaper is Wet

An engineer from Michigan created a keychain-type of device that will help detect when a baby’s diaper is wet, Yahoo! reports.

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