Health and Wellness
- August 29th, 2012
Teens say that parents (38 percent) most influence their decisions about sex—more than peers (22 percent), the media (9 percent), teachers and educators (4 percent), and others, according to a new survey commissioned by The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy. Nearly nine in 10 (87 percent) young people surveyed also say that it would be much easier fo
- August 29th, 2012
Your dentist is your oral health partner and selecting the right one for you is an important decision. With many options to consider, the Pennsylvania Dental Association (PDA) assists you in making an informed choice for a dental practitioner.
- August 29th, 2012New USDA School Meal Regulations
As students head back to the classroom, school cafeterias are debuting more nutritious choices for kids, including whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and school flavored milk that is lower in sugar and calories than ever before.
- August 28th, 2012First-of-its-Kind Study
Lack of sleep is linked to more aggressive breast cancers, according to new findings published in the August issue of Breast Cancer Research and Treatment by physician-scientists from University Hospitals Case Medical Center's Seidman Cancer Center and Case Comprehensive Cancer Center at Case Western Reserve University.
- August 28th, 2012
Since its opening in 2008, the Ben & Catherine Ivy Center for Advanced Brain Tumor Treatment (the Ivy Center) at Swedish Medical Center's Neuroscience Institute has led the expansion drive of major research projects and expanded treatment options for patients living with brain cancer in the Pacific Northwest and throughout the world. The Ivy Center was founded in 2008 to create a
- August 28th, 2012Study finds lunch boxes and school eating areas are hotspots for bacteria
Canadian moms earn top marks when it comes to good hygiene practices, but a new study by Lysol and the Global Hygiene Council reveals they could do more to safeguard against bacteria hotspots in schools, especially at lunch time.
- August 27th, 2012Girls and Hispanic youth at higher risk of disease usually seen in adults
Children who are overweight or obese face an increased risk for gallstones, according to a Kaiser Permanente study published in the Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology & Nutrition.
- August 27th, 2012Experts join Move Forward Radio to discuss latest advances
As football season gets under way, the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) will host a series on concussion in sports called "Head in the Game." The series will air on Move Forward Radio, a program featuring interviews with physical therapists and other health care experts, produced by MoveForwardPT.com, the official consumer information website of APTA.
- August 23rd, 2012Incorporating healthy fare boosts nutrient intake and provides fuel for an A+ year!
As children across the country head back to the classroom, parents will likely hear a familiar refrain each afternoon: "I'm hungry." It is officially after-school snacking season!
- August 23rd, 2012New Zarbee's Cares initiative kicks off to help those in distress situations
Zarbee's, the fastest-growing all-natural, safe and drug-free line of cough products, today announced its partnership with KIDS: A Global Children's Charity to donate 22,872 bottles of cough products to underserved children in distressed areas of Guatemala and North Korea.