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More exercise for kids could save US billions on health: study

Miami, | AFP | 5/1/2017 – Increasing the number of young children who exercise for just under a half hour a few times

The Dirty Dozen: supermarkets’ most contaminated produce

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Whether you’re an environmentalist, a parent or just a shopper, chances are you’ve walked down the produce aisle at the

5 things your teeth may be saying about your health

by Shelley Lyford The impact of poor oral health on general health and quality of life is enormous, especially for vulnerable older adults.

Post-Valentine’s Day tips for a healthy heart

by Karin McCay LUBBOCK, TX – February is all about the heart and what can make it stronger. So, if Valentine’s Day has

Is shrimp healthy?

by Meher Mirza

Shrimp has insinuated its way into kitchens around the world. There’s delicately-spiced potted shrimp and creamy retro favourite

Can miracle berry change way you perceive healthy foods?

by Avinash Ramsadeen There is a fruit found in Ghana, West Africa, which has very unique properties that can alter your perception of

New Years health resolutions

Gyms see a rise in memberships with the new year

by Tyler Graef It’s the perennial resolution: to get in shape. Post-holiday, pre-swimsuit-season

What’s New and Beneficial About Raspberries? Part II

by Prof. Meenakshi Bhattacharjee, Rice University, Houston TX.

Control of obesity: One of the most fascinating new areas of raspberry research

Cost of cutting corners: US kids with lead poisoning

by Mira OBERMAN

CHICAGO, AFP, 1/8/2016 – The children of Flint, Michigan, are paying the price for a cost-cutting measure that

Superstitions: Where did they come from?

by Prof. Meenakshi Bhattacharjee, Rice University, Houston TX.

Superstitions have come a long way in history and have been evolved in