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CDC: Energy drinks an increasingly frequent source of Caffeine for kids

CDC: Energy drinks an increasingly frequent source of Caffeine for kids

Feb 11, – Researchers from the U.S. Centre for Disease Control and Prevention found that children and teens are now getting less caffeine from soda, but more from caffeine-heavy energy drinks and coffee. For today’s kids, caffeine in coffee, soda and energy drinks is easier to get than ever before, a new U.S. government study […]

February 11, 2014 | By | Reply More
hro health: Common Skin care mistakes to be avoided

hro health: Common Skin care mistakes to be avoided

Dec 30, – Beautiful skin isn’t necessarily a result of expensive serums and spa treatments. In fact, all the expensive treatments in the world won’t help skin that’s being largely neglected. You have to have a regular skin care regimen that supports basic cleaning and moisturizing, both of which are the foundation of skin health. […]

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Girls’ brain connections may explain their faster maturity

Girls’ brain connections may explain their faster maturity

Dec 26, – As we grow older, our brains reorganize themselves, pruning and streamlining nerve fiber linkages to reduce overall network connectivity while selectively preserving long-distance connections that are crucial to information integration. Now, a team led by Newcastle University in the UK has found this brain streamlining starts earlier in girls, suggesting it may […]

December 26, 2013 | By | Reply More
Small rewards encourage children to eat fruit and veg

Small rewards encourage children to eat fruit and veg

Dec 25, – The good news: Research suggests that a new federal rule has prompted the nation’s schools to serve an extra $5.4 million worth of fruits and vegetables each day. The bad news: The nation’s children throw about $3.8 million of that in the garbage each day. Researchers from Brigham Young University and Cornell […]

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Diet Rich in Tomatoes May Lower Breast Cancer Risk

Diet Rich in Tomatoes May Lower Breast Cancer Risk

Dec 24, – It has long been known that postmenopausal women are at a higher risk of developing breast cancer. But now, new research suggests that adopting a diet rich in tomatoes may reduce this risk. This is according to a study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. According to the National […]

December 24, 2013 | By | Reply More
Cancer may get help from immune cells

Cancer may get help from immune cells

Sep 07, – A new study from the University of Michigan (UM) suggests a group of immune cells, known as myeloid derived suppressor cells, could be giving cancer a hand by bolstering cancer stem cells – the small number of cells within a tumor that drive its growth. The researchers report their work in the […]

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