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Falls are a serious health risk for the elderly, as they can lead to fractures and other injuries that can dramatically decrease a senior’s overall quality of life. Older...
- November 30, 2015
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Bullying is a serious problem in schools all across the country. While bullying prevention programs can help kids understand the limits of appropriate behavior, there are other risk factors...
- November 27, 2015
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For people with visual impairments, maintaining their sense of independence is a key factor in promoting an improved quality of live. A team of entrepreneurs recently created bracelet that uses an ultrasonic...
- November 26, 2015
Want Your Kids to Do Well in School? Make Time for Breakfast.
If you’re worried about your child’s acacdemic performacnce, a landmark study offers a simple solution to boosting his or her grades. Eat a better breakfast! The study provides strongest...
- November 25, 2015
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If you’re relying on a cup or two of coffee to give you the pep you need to get through the day, you should know that there’s more than...
- November 24, 2015
New Hope for Preventing Vision Loss in Diabetics
November is National Diabetes Month, which is a month dedicated to raising awareness of the condition and the various ways it affects your health. Now, there is good news for...
- November 23, 2015
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For most women, pregnancy is a joyful time filled with the anticipation of baby’s arrival. But, a woman who is fighting cancer experiences unique challenges if she becomes pregnant...
- November 20, 2015
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It’s commonly accepted that happiness levels grow with age, new research suggests this might not be the case after all. A recent study led by a University of Bradford lecturer suggests...
- November 19, 2015
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Research to Prevent Blindness (RPB) recently reported a significant discovery that might lead to the delay or prevention of the most common cause of blindness in the elderly: age-related...
- November 18, 2015
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If you’re a woman struggling with binge eating, keep in mind that this condition is not caused by a lack of willpower. According to a new study from Drexel...
- November 17, 2015