- July 17th, 2012Trials show that music reduces stress levels in premature infants.
A new study by The Institute for Music and Brain Science at Harvard University on the benefits of music on premature babies has received substantial backing from science activist, Jeffrey Epstein and his foundation, The Jeffrey Epstein VI Foundation. The study was conducted with the Department of Neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School.
- July 17th, 2012
The Minnesota Chiropractic Association (MCA) is once again joining the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in reminding the public to keep your cool in hot and humid weather.
- July 17th, 2012New Smoothie Combines Natural Benefits of Fruit and Dairy
The ongoing effort to improve nutrition and access to good-for-you food and beverage choices for kids in schools just got a healthy boost. Jamba Juice Company, with nutrition guidance from National Dairy Council, today announced a new fruit and dairy beverage for K-12 schools.
- July 16th, 2012
News is just breaking in India about Sushma Pandey, a 17-year-old young woman who died in 2010, two days after her third "egg donation." Her death is being attributed to the procedures used to extract eggs from healthy, desirable young females like Ms. Pandey. These eggs are often resold to affluent westerners for use in commercial production of their children.
- July 16th, 2012
Summer is a perfect time to begin orthodontic treatment, and Minneapolis orthodontist Dr. Trudy Bonvino of Cosmopolitan Orthodontics gives four reasons why:
1. Flexible appointments
Office schedules open up a bit in summer months when families take vacations and kids go off to camp.
- July 16th, 2012mom.me shares national survey insights on how and when Moms spend Me Time
mom.me, an online destination for women with advice and inspiration at every step of the journey of motherhood, today announced the paradoxical results of a national survey regarding a mom's quest for time for herself – Me Time.
Four Clinical Trials Further Clarify The Role Of Physical Activity In Cognitive Function And DementiaJuly 16th, 2012Resistance Training Emerging as Particularly Valuable for Older Adults
Four studies reported today at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2012 (AAIC 2012) describe the ability of targeted exercise training to promote improved mental functioning and reduced risk for cognitive impairment and dementia in cognitively healthy older adults and those with mild cognitive impairment (MCI).
- July 13th, 2012
There are many choices to consider when it comes to retirement living. Those contemplating a move to a retirement community will find more options available than ever before.
- July 13th, 2012Data Demonstrates Lower Intracellular Water Levels in Women Drinking 6-8 Cups of Water per Day
Initial results from a scientific study on water consumption and cellular dehydration conducted at the Murad Research Labs in El Segundo, California, have uncovered surprising results, dramatically challenging and debunking the ages-old notion that everyone should drink “eight glasses of water per day.”
- July 12th, 2012Tips to avoid foodborne illness and shares the story of one Salmonella survivor.