- March 6th, 2012Breakfast Leader and Charity Come Together During National Breakfast Week to Fight Childhood Hunger
Studies show that breakfast can help kids boost their academic performance-improving behavior, reducing absences and tardiness and increasing focus and physical performance. Yet, the alarming reality is that one in five US children live in homes where food is not always available, making breakfast hard to come by.
- March 6th, 2012
On October 29, 2010, Jessica Phillips gave birth by cesarean section to her fourth child. Her physicians knew that she had prothrombin gene mutation, which increases the risk of developing a deep vein thrombosis (a blood clot in the deep veins, typically the legs) and/or pulmonary embolism (blood clot that travels to the lungs).
- March 6th, 2012Mayo Clinic Experts Discuss Latest Research, Treatment
Colon cancer is one of the most common and deadly cancers, and also one of the most preventable. Mayo Clinic experts are available to discuss the latest in colorectal cancer research, detection and treatment:
Technology and Technique Combine to Make Colorectal Cancer Surgery Less Invasive
New Book, “The Smarter Science of Slim”, Reveals a Scientifically Proven Roadmap for Fat Loss by Eating More and Exercising LessMarch 6th, 2012“The Smarter Science of Slim” is the Largest Scientific Analysis of Fat Loss and Health Ever Conducted
"Biology is not a matter of opinion; it’s a matter of fact,” said author Jonathan Bailor, who collaborated with scientists worldwide and conducted extensive research on nutrition and exercise for more than ten years before summarizing it in “The Smarter Science of Slim” which launched on January 2, 2012.
- March 5th, 2012FDA Ignores Links Between Statins and Over 300 Health Conditions
Are statin drugs leading to more problems than just diabetes and memory loss as the FDA says? Following on the heels of the FDA announcing changes to the safety information on statin labels (e.g.
- March 5th, 2012A high autumn birth rate points to a winter peak in fertility
With Valentine's Day, consistently cold weather, and school vacations, you might think that February is the month when most babies are conceived. That would translate to more births around November than any other time of the year.
- March 5th, 2012New Videos Provide Tips to Help Americans Meet the Recommended 10,000 Steps per Day
Despite recommendations that suggest the average American should take around 10,000 steps a day to maintain proper fitness, many people take about half of that, averaging 5,117 steps daily. Even people in professions known for being on-the-go are often falling short when it comes to meeting walking goals.
During National Nutrition Month and Beyond, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Encourages Everyone to 'Get Your Plate in Shape'March 2nd, 2012
The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans encourage an increased focus on fruits and vegetables and an understanding of proper portion sizes.
- March 2nd, 2012GOT MILK? & Dairy Council of California Collaborate for National Nutrition Month to Provide Tips for Consumers
Today, consumers are looking for ways to eat healthy and to incorporate more authentic, natural and wholesome foods into their diets – the less processed the better. But with quality, wholesome foods also comes the misconception that eating healthy can be expensive. That's why the California Milk Processor Board (CMPB), the creator of GOT MILK?, has partnered with Da
- March 2nd, 2012Three Simple Steps to a Healthy Plate
March is National Nutrition Month, the perfect time to "get your plate in shape" with mushrooms. Elizabeth Ward, registered dietitian, mother of three and author of MyPlate for Moms: How to Feed Yourself & Your Family Better, uses a combination of mushrooms and meat in her recipes to bring another serving of vegetables to the plate, add volume to meals and extend portions.