The campaign is included in the “Pouring On The Pounds” campaign. Suggestions include drinking more water and low-fat or fat-free milk.
Monthly Archives: January 2011
A new study explains that while black people notice higher risks for stroke, they actually experience higher rates of survival after having a stroke.
The researchers were able to make a distinction between the genetic and environmental effects on the participants’ cognitive abilities.
The study significantly helped the researchers understand that three or more symptoms of ADHD would considerably increase the prevalence of obesity.
Additional suggestions include eating more whole grains, eating less fatty foods, and to drink more water instead of sugar-loaded drinks like soft drinks and sports drinks.
New studies found that watching a favorite team lose the Super Bowl, the Packers or the Steelers, may be enough to cause a heart attack, especially for older individuals.
A study by British researchers found out the advantageous effects of having an artificial pancreas for people suffering from diabetes, particularly Type 1 diabetes.
According to the reports obtained from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 50 percent of states in the United States that are dealing with prevalent flu activity.
Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEp, is an experimental approach which doctors are currently employing for this drug.