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Prenatal depression may cause mood and anxiety disorders in infants - Detroit Women's Health | Examiner.com

Exercise may prevent and treat type 2 diabetes in children - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Seniors who keep physical active have improved overall health - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

Oatmeal boosts appetite control and increases the feeling of fullness - National Holistic Health | Examiner.com

Late bedtime for teens mean poor academic performance - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

COPD linked to an increased risk for MCI - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Mediterranean diet could mean longer lives for women - Detroit Women's Health | Examiner.com

BMI in men strongly linked to prostate cancer mortality - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Body's autonomic responses greatly impaired in women - Detroit Women's Health | Examiner.com

Body's autonomic responses greatly impaired in women - Detroit Women's Health | Examiner.com: Heart rate impacted by sleep apnea in women

Obstructive sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts during sleep. More than 18 million American adults are affected by this disorder. If left untreated sleep apnea can result in numerous health problems. However, sleep apnea in women is often misdiagnosed or never addressed. The body's autonomic responses, autoregulatory functions that keep us alive which include changes in heart rate, blood pressure sweating and pupil dilatation. These responses appear to be greatly impaired in women.

Bariatric surgery is more efficient than non-surgical treatment for obesity - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Sunny climates appear to have lower prevalence of ADHD - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Spanking linked to negative behavioral and cognitive development - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

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Spanking linked to negative behavioral and cognitive development - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

A new study reveals spanking is linked to externalizing behavior such as aggression and cognitive development such as receptive vocabulary.

Lifestyle program improves heart health for people with abdominal obesity - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

Teen body mass linked to esophageal cancer - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Osteoporosis a considerable hazard that impairs women’s lives - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Shorter or longer sleep linked to diseases - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Can stress trigger Alzheimer’s disease? - National Mental Health | Examiner.com

Fruits and vegetables lower risk of death - National Holistic Health | Examiner.com

Double vision common in Parkinson’s - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Alzheimer’s drugs fail for cognition - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Low omega-3 could affect your child’s concentration and behavior - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Sugary sweetened beverages linked to gout - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Life expectancy increases among Americans - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

Bisphosphonates provide limited pain relief in OA - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Mediterranean diet linked to slower cognitive decline - National Mental Health | Examiner.com

Aromatherapy found effective for postoperative nausea - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

Food packaging chemicals linked to obesity and diabetes in kids - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

The more fish eat the less chance of RA - Detroit Women's Health | Examiner.com

Autistic traits found in girls with anorexia - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Fatty acids stops growth and incites cell death in cancer - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

Dating violence among teens - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Severe hypoglycemia linked to higher risk of cardiovascular disease - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Coronary Artery Disease underrated in women despite death rate - Detroit Women's Health | Examiner.com

Being out in nature can have significant positive impact on veterans - National Mental Health | Examiner.com

Risk of death from injuries often lower in city living - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

Evidence links Tai Chi to longer life - National Holistic Health | Examiner.com

Street kids face high life-time substance - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Higher risk of heart disease and cancer due to excess abdominal fat - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Causal link between higher BMI and gallstones - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Soy no help for PSA recurrence - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

Assault-injured youths more likely to posse a firearm - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Heat illness intensified by high temps - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Pre-pregnancy diabetes poses a triple risk for MRSA - Detroit Women's Health | Examiner.com

Best children’s hospitals for cancer - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Best children’s hospitals for cancer - National Children's Health | Examiner.com: Ongoing research has greatly improved the overall survival rate for children with cancer, which is now more than 80%.

NASIDs top choice for chronic pain by physicians - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

Uninsured adults have lower rates of chronic conditions compared to the insuranc - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Specific Reading Comprehension Deficits undiagnosed - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Tai Chi prevents falls related to Parkinson’s - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

High fat diet impairs spatial memory in adolescence - National Holistic Health | Examiner.com

ERT reduces anxiety in anorexia - National Mental Health | Examiner.com

Obesity risk in young girls tied to BPA - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Higher overall mortality for men with RLS - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Bone fractures should prompt abuse screening - Detroit Women's Health | Examiner.com

Video gaming enhances visual input - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

Sociodemographic, psychiatric and somatic risk factors in suicide - National Mental Health | Examiner.com

Arterial stiffness caused by elevated bp in childhood - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Life’s Simple 7 reduces stroke risk - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Atrial fibrillation may be linked to cognitive decline - National Mental Health | Examiner.com

PTSD linked to major depressive disorder - National Mental Health | Examiner.com

COPD linked to an increased risk of sleep disturbances - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Sleep disorders common in children with parasomnia - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Fosamax increases bone mineral density in young CF patients - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Insomnia may be linked to suicidal thoughts - National Mental Health | Examiner.com

Is oral sex to blame for Michael Douglas’s throat cancer? - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Cognitive damage halted by THC - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

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Increased risk of stroke and SCI in diabetics with silent Afib - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

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Offspring of centenarian parents live longer with fewer diseases - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

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Pesticides and solvents exposure linked to Parkinson's - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

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Coenzyme Q10 reduces heart failure deaths - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

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Asthma may contribute to obstructive sleep apnea - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

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Early life exposure to traffic-related air pollution linked to higher hyperactiv - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Depression increases stroke risk in mid-age women - Detroit Women's Health | Examiner.com

Agent Orange linked to deadliest forms of prostate cancer - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Own a dog? If so you have a lower risk of heart disease - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

Coronary heart disease risk lowered by walnuts - National Holistic Health | Examiner.com

Once daily allergen immunotherapy for ragweed - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Disability rates in children witness a climb in the last ten year - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Dogs can detect cancer - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Lower incidence of allergic disease in American children born outside the U.S. - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Coffee may prevent recurrence of breast cancer - Detroit Women's Health | Examiner.com

High blood pressure lowered by alternative therapies - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

High blood pressure lowered by alternative therapies - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

In a new scientific statement from the American Heart Assocation, alternative therapies ould help people with blood pressure levels higher than 120/80 mm Hg and those who can't tolerate or don't respond well to standard medications.

Aerobic exercise guards the brain from chronic alcohol abuse - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

Fluoride fails as osteopenia treatment - Detroit Women's Health | Examiner.com

Flat, flexible footwear significantly reduces knee loading - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

Seniors being prescribed high risk medications - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Cooper objects in the ICU cut hospital acquired infections - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Deep brain stimulation has great success for treating major depression - National Mental Health | Examiner.com

Childhood chronic asthma linked to road traffic pollution

Road traffic pollution just as dangerous as secondhand smoke Recent epidemiological research suggests that near road traffic-related pollution may cause chronic disease, as well as exacerbates related pathologies, implying that the entire “chronic disease progression” should be attributed to air pollution, no matter what the proximate cause was, according to a new research led by Dr. Laura Perez at the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, according to the study’s abstract...continued at the Examiner.

Blood pressure, cholesterol levels foremost signs of diabetic heart disease - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Poor sleep linked to poor memory in seniors - National Mental Health | Examiner.com

Poor sleep linked to poor memory in seniors - National Mental Health | Examiner.com: UC Berkley neuroscientists find link between poor sleep, memory loss and brain deterioration in seniors.

Higher risk of future health problems for those who snore - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Fruits and Veggies improve emotional health of young adults - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

Heart damage reversed in obese teens by bariatric surgery

Heart damage reversed in obese teens by bariatric surgery: Researchers at Nationwide Children's Hospital reveal extremely obese teens who undergo weight loss surgery show significant lower risk of cardiovascular disease.

Heart damage reversed in obese teens by bariatric surgery

Heart damage reversed in obese teens by bariatric surgery: Researchers at Nationwide Children's Hospital reveal extremely obese teens who undergo weight loss surgery show significant lower risk of cardiovascular disease.

Cleaning jobs show a clear link for asthma risk - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Heart disease three times greater due to ugly cholesterol - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Nature may hold the answer for new diabetes drugs - National Holistic Health | Examiner.com

Nature may hold the answer for new diabetes drugs - National Holistic Health | Examiner.com: University of Greenwich researchers find two plants properties could be a potential new drug for diabetes.

Can children lose symptoms and diagnosis of Autism? - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Can children lose symptoms and diagnosis of Autism? - National Children's Health | Examiner.com: Some children who are accurately diagnosed in early childhood with autism lose the symptoms but the diagnosis of autism is not usually lost over time.

Vitamin D supplementation and cow's milk intake important for young kids - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Parents turn to alternative medicine for their children - National Children's Health | Examiner.com

Parents turn to alternative medicine for their children - National Children's Health | Examiner.com: New survey reveals more parents are using alternative medicine for their children’s chronic health conditions.

Reducing use of wood heating greatly extends life - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

Sugar from parasites treats obesity related disorders - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

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Chronic pain drug morphine just may make that pain worse - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

Further evidence there is a link between Parkinson’s and pesticides - National Disease & Illness | Examiner.com

Secretive strange food mixtures could worsen binge-eating disorders - National Mental Health | Examiner.com

A few hours of weekly walking cuts stroke risk - Detroit Women's Health | Examiner.com

Is the Mediterranean diet the answer in relieving depression? - Detroit Alternative Medicine | Examiner.com

Senior depression linked to mild cognitive depression and dementia - National Mental Health | Examiner.com

Senior depression linked to mild cognitive depression and dementia - National Mental Health | Examiner.com: New study out of Amsterdam suggests seniors with depression also have mild cognitive impairment.