Reporter : Elizabeth Anderson

Flu Season Takes Hold Of U.S.

News  19 August '16

Children's Health: Majority Of United States Children Do Not Have Ideal Heart Health

The hearts of American children are not passing health standards.

National Pharmaceutical Factory Threatened To Close In Gaza

Health  19 August '16

Pregnancy News: Use of Antipsychotic Drugs In Early Pregnancy Does Not Lead To Greater Risk Of Birth Defects

There is no significant rise in the risk of giving birth to children with birth defects for mothers who use antipsychotics in early pregnancy, a study showed.

NYC Calorie Count Postings At Chain Restaurants Allow Pregnant Women To Know If They Are Still Eating Healthy

ADHD  19 August '16

Special Needs News: ADHD In Children Linked To Unhealthy Diet of Pregnant Mothers

The type of diet a pregnant man has could be connected to ADHD in her offspring.

Hot Summer Forecast For The UK

Body  19 August '16

Health News: Long-term Obesity In Women Associated With Increased Risk For Cancer

Risk for cancer has been associated with the length of time a woman is overweight or obese.

Moms With Strollers Rally On Capitol Hill Against Gun Violence

Health  19 August '16

Children's Safety: Strollers Or Carriers Injure An Average Of Two Toddlers An Hour

Injuries in young children may be caused by strollers or carriers.

German Politicians Debate Future of Universities

College Success  18 August '16

Education News: Government Will Provide Funding For Students To Undergo Training In Non-Traditional Institutions

There will be eight partnerships between non-traditional institutions and colleges and universities where students can enroll.

FILE Changes Announced In Maternity Services

Infant  18 August '16

Baby Safety: Safety Bed To Minimize Risk Of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

The infant safety bed is attached to the corners of the baby's crib.

Australia Celebrates Baby Boom

Fertility  18 August '16

Fertility News: Doctor Advises Women To Take An Egg Timer Test Before Turning 30

Women are being urged to take an egg timer fertility test by a fertility doctor.

New York City Hosts First Annual Disability Pride Parade

Down Syndrome  18 August '16

Special Needs News: Honorary Cheerleader With Down Syndrome Allowed On The Field After Online Controversy

The special needs student will now participate in cheering for Calhoun High School on the field.

Here's how you can effectively avoid getting Zika

Body  18 August '16

Zika Virus News And Updates: New York Mayor Calls On Congress To Provide Federal Funding To Combat Disease

The city already has 49 confirmed cases of pregnant women infected with the virus.

Children's Hospital Class Aims To Help Youth With Obesity Issues

Health  17 August '16

Kids' Health: Childhood Obesity Associated With Mother's Gestational Diabetes

Having obesity as a child can be influenced if the mother had gestational diabetes.

Lifestyle During Pregnancy

Fertility  17 August '16

Fertility News: Cancer Medicine Given To Pregnant Women Can Reduce Daughters' Fertility

An unborn daughter's fertility can be affected by a cancer drug given to pregnant women.

Summer In Berlin

Body  17 August '16

Health News: People Should Sit Less And Move More, According To Heart Experts

Being inactive can mean facing a greater chance of having heart disease.

Former Dean Of Harvard Law School Nominated To U.S. Supreme Court

College Success  16 August '16

Education News: Harvard University Claims Top Spot In Chinese Academic Ranking of World Universities

Harvard is the best university in the world, according to the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2016.

NZ Federal Budget Expected To Reveal Surplus And New Spending

ADHD  16 August '16

Special Needs News: College Students Misusing Stimulants More Likely To Have ADHD

MIsusers of stimulant drugs are more likely to have ADHD.

In Letschin, Asylum-Seekers Adapt To A New Life In Germany

Nutrition  16 August '16

Children's Nutrition: Food Commercials Affect Kids' Food Choices, Study Says

Food commercials have an influence on your child.

Bottled Water Sales Are Set To Surge

Body  16 August '16

Healthy Diet: Trading A Sugary Beverage For Water Can Cut Down Obesity

You can benefit from drinking more water and less sugary beverages.

UK Continues To Enjoy Fine Weather

Body  16 August '16

Baldness Begone: Japanese Companies Team Up To Combat Hair Loss

Japan is stepping up to find a cure for hair loss.

FILE Changes Announced In Maternity Services

Fertility  15 August '16

United States Fertility Rates Hit The Lowest Point In History

American fertility rates have reached a record low.

Marc Rich's 'Rich Foundation'

Autism  15 August '16

Autism News And Updates: Nasal Spray To Treat Condition Showing Promise In Trials

The nasal spray has showed positive results in a trial.

Hospice Cares For Terminally Ill During Final Stage Of Life

Body  15 August '16

Health News: Most Fatal Type Of Stroke Cases Decreasing, Decline in Smoking A Reason

Curbing smoking in Finland has been associated with lower incidence of the most fatal type of stroke.

Gymnastics - Artistic - Olympics: Day 9

Infant  15 August '16

Rio Olympics 2016: Simone Could Be A Popular Baby Name For Girls

The name is shared by two 2016 Rio Olympics gold medalists.

Children Head Back To School In Chicago

Health  15 August '16

Children's Mental Health: Black And Hispanic Children Less Likely To Get Help

Racial disparity exists in mental health care for children, a study has found.

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