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Screen Time In Kids Linked To Diabetes

Body  15 March '17

Children Exposed To 3 Hours Of Screen Time Risk Type 2 Diabetes Development, Study Says

Here's another reason why parents should teach or remind their kids to minimize TV-watching or computer use.

Junk Food A Convenient Option For Busy Parents

Health/Nutrition  10 March '17

Healthy Parenting: Raising Kids In The Junk Food Age

It is difficult to raise healthy children when both parents are busy working and can only serve junk food for their kids.

Preventing Relapse Of Kids With Chronic Illnesses Through Proper Health Management

Health/Nutrition  21 February '17

Parenting Difficulties: How To Improve Parents Comprehension To Benefit Kids With Chronic Illness

Parents are the primary caregiver of children with chronic illness and their lack of comprehension in health management can lead to relapse.

Sugar Tax Proposed Following WHO Global Report On Diabetes

Health  31 January '17

Why Sugar Is Just As Bad As Smoking In Pregnant Women

Second-hand sugar, just like second-hand smoke, can be dangerous to the health of the unborn child.

Infant death

Health  23 January '17

Are Poor Health Measures Blamed For High Infant Deaths In Indiana?

Indiana continues to be one of the U.S. states that has high infant mortality rate.

Equal Sues Splenda For False Advertising

Health/Nutrition  12 December '16

Experts Are Now Looking At Sugar As Culprit To Many Deadly Diseases Like Cancer

Sugar just might be the leading cause of not just diabetes, but even cancer.

Health Care Activists Offer Free Health Screenings In Los Angeles

Health/Nutrition  5 December '16

3 Leading Companies In Technology Community Develop Smart Technologies To Prevent Diabetic Epidemic

When a person has diabetes, she/he consistently checks her/his lifestyle, sugar levels, diet and keeping record of all that can be both difficult and inconvenient. Luckily, technology can now help.

Newark Offers Free Health Screenings For Homeless

Health/Nutrition  28 November '16

Special Alert: A New System That Continually Monitors Blood Sugar And Transmits To A Mobile Device, Less Pain

Learn how a new gadget connected to steadily check blood sugar made it easier for a family to manage four children who have Type 1 Diabetes in the brood. This is the story of the Hayes Family.

Health Care Activists Offer Free Health Screenings In Los Angeles

Body  24 November '16

Type 2 Diabetes UPDATE: Ways to Prevent Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes is largely preventable, and there are a number of ways available to avoid the disease.

Food Network & Cooking Channel New York City Wine & Food Festival Presented By Coca-Cola - Michael Laiskonis Chocolate Master Class

Body  23 November '16

How Worried Should We Be About Sugar

Sugar is a major culprit in diseases such as obesity, diabetes and dementia—and because it's in almost everything we consume.

Devin McCourty Hosts Tackles Sickle Cell Casino Night To Benefit Boston Children's Hospital's Patients and Families

Health/Nutrition  15 November '16

Want To Get Rid Of Diabetes? Early Detection Is The Key

Obesity, especially severe obesity, increases risk of the development of prediabetes, which then progresses to diabetes.

2016 Royal Tour To Canada Of The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge - Victoria

Family Life  10 November '16

Managing Motherhood: Holistic Therapy For The Overwhelmed Mom

Being a mother can be exhausting and draining sometimes. Luckily, there are holistic ways that mothers can practice to avoid getting overwhelmed.

Incarcerated Women Allowed To Keep Newborns In Illinois Pilot Program

Pregnancy  8 November '16

Pregnancy Health News: Low Vitamin B12 May Increase Offspring’s Diabetes Risk

Children born with mother deficient in Vitamin B12 have greater risks of developing diabetes in them. Reportedly, a new study reveals offsprings are at risk to develop Type 2 Diabetes and other metabolic disorders.

50th Anniversary Of CPR Marked In San Francisco

Health/Nutrition  27 October '16

Heart Attack Rates In America: Which U.S. Communities Have The Healthiest, Weakest Hearts?

Some cities in the United States have many residents with healthy hearts and aren't susceptible to heart attacks. Others, however, have people with weak hearts and are prone to heart attacks.

Marijuana Grow Near Albany For State's Legal Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

Health/Nutrition  25 October '16

North Dakota On Their Stand In Medical Marijuana; Know The Benefits Of Weed

North Dakota is about to decided whether they are pro-weed or not.

Internet Market Considers MIcrosoft Bid for Yahoo

Technology  15 October '16

Google Secures Patent For Smart Contact Lenses Designed For Diabetics

A new Google patent for smart contact lenses designed to help diabetics has beens secured. Read more.

Mud Day Celebration Held In Michigan

Health  22 September '16

Children’s Dirty Habits That Can Actually Make Them Healthier

When a person gets exposed to bacteria early on, his/her immune system changes, multiplies, and trains itself to fight harmful intruders and ultimately, diseases. One of kids' dirty habits that promote good gut-health is getting dirty while out in nature.

Baby Bump

Postpartum  21 September '16

Depression During Pregnancy Could Mean Diabetes — Here’s Why

Experts have recently discovered a significant connection between the development of diabetes to pregnant women who are suffering from depression.

FFA Launch National Football Development Plan

Health  10 September '16

Children Need 3 Hours Of Exercise Per Day To Achieve Physical Fitness & Succeed In School

Children and teenagers aged between five and 17 should have at least an hour of moderate physical exercise every day. Going beyond one hour will provide more health benefits that they can carry until adulthood.

Special School Helps Kids Combat Childhood Obesity

Health  7 September '16

C-Section Birth Delivery Puts Babies On The Path To Adulthood Obesity

A new study found that babies born via Caesarean section are more likely to become obese when they turn into adults. Babies born via C-section develop a 30 percent increased risk of obesity when they reach the age of nine to 28.

Scenes Of India

Body  30 August '16

Traditional Indian Food Prevents Alzheimer’s Disease By 50%, Experts Claimed

Low Alzheimer's risk can be attained by consuming fruits, grains, vegetables like legumes, fish, and low-fat dairy products. An additional 50 percent reduction in Alzheimer's risk was observed in people who commit to diets with low meat consumption such as India's.

M&M's Get A New Look

Body  22 August '16

Study Shows There's No Truth About Sugar Causing Children To Be Hyper

Apparently, sugar is not to blame why kids are hyperactive whenever they take in their favorite sweets.

Life In Palestine

Body  18 August '16

Exercise Won’t Compensate For Sitting Too Much: Inactivity Raises Risk Of Diabetes, Heart Problems & Death

Prolonged sitting encourages high blood pressure and increased cholesterol, factors that contribute to heart disorders. Other health hazards are muscle degeneration, overworked pancreas, cancer, soft leg bones, poor blood circulation in legs, bad back, strained neck, and slower brain function.

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