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Treat Childhood Obesity Sooner Rather than Later
Kids who are overweight or obese are not likely to grow out of this condition. Parents need to take steps to get kids' weight under control.
Fishy Fish Oil Claims
Fish oil supplements claim to protect heart and brain health, but there is no firm evidence for this. Get your omega-3s another way.
Erectile Dysfunction, A Diabetes Warning Sign
Younger men with erectile dysfunction are at much higher risk for diabetes and prediabetes. In fact, ED can serve as a diagnostic tool.
An Rx for Fruits and Veggies
When doctors offered vouchers for healthy food, it reduced hypertension, obesity, diabetes and food insecurity in low-income communities.
When Young Athletes Take a Hit
You don't need to be a pro athlete to suffer damage from repeated knocks to the head, as the brains of deceased young athletes show.
The Forgotten -- and Aging -- Middle Are Worse Off Now
Aging middle-class Americans are starting to struggle as health problems mount. They often don't qualify for many social welfare programs.
What a Difference a Dollar Makes
In honor of Labor Day, a re-release: Raising the minimum wage by just $1 an hour can reduce absenteeism by almost 10 percent.
Less Screen Time Equals More Sleep Time
Parents take note: When day students' sleep schedules were compared to those of boarding students, the benefits of "lights out" were clear.
Get the Micronutrients You Need for Brain Health
Micronutrients like lycopene, retinol and lutein appear to protect against Alzheimer's. They're also really easy to build into your diet.
The Bacteria Your Fitness Tracker Spreads
Like cell phones, activity trackers can carry and spread disease. Bacteria was found on over 90% of them. Here's the best way to clean them.
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