Tag : risks

Adventure Playgrounds: The Risks And Benefits of Setting Children Free

School Age  22 November '16

Adventure Playgrounds: The Risks And Benefits Of Setting Children Free

With every adventure playground lie risks and benefits of growth and experience but the question is "Are parents willing to set their children free?"

Lists Of Smoking Related Diseases Continues To Grow

Family Life  8 March '16

Lifestyle Affects the Risk of Acquiring Dementia, Study Says

According to studies, smoking, too much drinking, and inactivity are the main causes of dementia. However, only 25 percent of adults in the United Kingdom are aware of the risks, says research.

anti-asthma medication

Pregnancy  11 February '16

Study: Common Pulmonary Disorder Medication May Contribute To The Development Of Autism

A recent study is believed to have found a direct link between anti-asthma medications and the development of autism in children.

A child with Autism and a caregiver.

Health/Nutrition  16 April '15

Autism Symptoms & Treatment: Risks Revealed by Dad's Sperm Says Study

The causes of Autism have been mysteries to many. For this reason, parents have tried, yet seldom succeeded, in avoiding child conceiving situations that may likely produce about the disorder.

A newborn baby, sleeping.

Health/Nutrition  7 April '15

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Cure Found?

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome or SIDS has long been a dreaded disorder, claiming approximately 4,000 lives of newborns annually.

LGBT youth

Health/Nutrition  20 February '14

LGBT youth more likely to engage in cancer-cuasing behaviors

LGBT youth are more likely to engage in cancer-causing behavior, a recent study led by Margaret Rosario, a psychology professor of the City College of New York, found.

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.

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.

Daily Consumption of Aspirin Reduces Risks of Ovarian Cancer

Health/Nutrition  11 February '14

Daily Consumption of Aspirin Reduces Risks of Ovarian Cancer

Women who take aspirin on a daily basis may reduce their risk of ovarian cancer by 20 percent, a recent study finds.

wine

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.

Mouthwashes Increase the Risks of Stroke and Heart Attack

Health/Nutrition  27 January '14

Mouthwashes Increase the Risks of Stroke and Heart Attack

Regular use of mouthwashes increases the risk of heart attacks and strokes, a recent study finds.

Crossing Legs and Other ‘Bad’ Habits May Trigger Risks for Heart Conditions

Health/Nutrition  25 January '14

Crossing Legs and Other ‘Bad’ Habits May Trigger Risks for Heart Conditions

Keeping legs crossed frequently and other ‘bad’ habits may trigger risks for various types of heart conditions, FOX News reports.

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.

Essential Oils Can Trigger Health Risks

Health/Nutrition  27 December '13

Essential Oils Can Trigger Health Risks

Essential oils have been found to trigger various health risks including heart problems, eye ulcers and convulsion, according to a recent study.

Walking 2,000 Steps Daily Every Year Can Reduce Heart Attack Risks

Health/Nutrition  23 December '13

Walking 2,000 Steps Daily Every Year Can Reduce Heart Attack Risks

Taking 2,000 steps every day for an entire year can lower the risk of heart attacks and stroke by eight percent, a recent study confirms.

Insomnia Directly Associated with Increased Death Risks

Health/Nutrition  22 November '13

Insomnia Directly Associated with Increased Death Risks

Symptoms of insomnia have been linked to a higher risk of death, a recent study confirms.

Damp and Moldy Rooms May Increase Risks of Parkinson's Disease

Health/Nutrition  13 November '13

Damp and Moldy Rooms May Increase Risks of Parkinson's Disease

Damp and moldy rooms may increase risks of Parkinson’s disease, a new study finds.

New Imaging Techniques Shows Heart Attack Risks

Health/Nutrition  11 November '13

New Imaging Techniques Shows Heart Attack Risks

A new imaging technique may help determine whether or not a person is at risk of heart attack as it shows potential blockages in the heart, according to a new research.

Brush Teeth Regularly to Lower Risks of Heart Attack: STUDY

Health/Nutrition  8 November '13

Brush Teeth Regularly to Lower Risks of Heart Attack: STUDY

Regular brushing of teeth may lower risks of heart attack, according to a recent study.

Fresh Blueberries May Minimize Risks of Type II Diabetes

Health/Nutrition  30 August '13

Fresh Blueberries May Minimize Risks of Type II Diabetes

Consuming more blueberries, apples and grapes may lower the risks of Type II Diabetes, according to a study released Friday.

Obesity

Health/Nutrition  29 August '13

Bacteria in the Gut May Predict Risks for Obesity

Gut bacteria may predict whether or not a person become obese, according to research published Thursday.

Teenagers with Bigger Brains Are at More Risks for Anorexia Nervosa

Health/Nutrition  23 August '13

Red Meat May Increase Risks for Alzheimer's

Consuming too much red meat can increase risks for Alzheimer’s because it increases the levels of iron in the brain, according to a research released Thursday.

Teenagers with Bigger Brains Are at More Risks for Anorexia Nervosa

Health/Nutrition  23 August '13

Teenagers with Bigger Brains Are at More Risks for Anorexia Nervosa

Teenagers with larger brains are more susceptible to risks for anorexia nervosa, according to a study released Thursday.

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