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Formula to Rival Breast Milk
Adding a component of milk lost in homogenization back in can make formula more like breast milk.   > >
November 15, 2019

Dangerously Thin
Blood thinners and certain painkillers and supplements can be a dangerous combination, bringing on bleeding. Know which interactions to watch out for and talk to your doctor.   > >
November 14, 2019

Diagnosis by Social Media
Social media sites like Reddit are being used to “crowd-diagnose” STDs. What does this say about the healthcare system?   > >
November 13, 2019

Neighborhoods that Make You Fat
Where you live has a big effect on your -- and your kids' -- weight. Here are some things you can do to fight back.   > >
November 12, 2019

A Time-Change Rebellion Brewing?
Setting the clock back can seem like a gift; but in the spring, changing to daylight savings time can be a health hazard.   > >
November 11, 2019

Timing Is Everything
When you take blood pressure medications may make a big difference in your risk of heart problems or stroke.   > >
November 8, 2019

A Different Deep State
Sleep re-boots your brain. People who don't get enough deep sleep are nearly a third more prone to anxiety.   > >
November 7, 2019

A Sweet Media Connection
Teens' screen time seems to be in direct proportion with their media use. There is one exception, however.   > >
November 6, 2019

Move It or Break It
A broken hip can be deadly and is often the result of osteoporosis. Being sedentary puts you at risk, so get walking.   > >
November 5, 2019

Youthful Skin, Thanks to Pomegranates
The antioxidants you eat in fruits like pomegranates help defend against damage from the sun and make you look years younger.   > >
November 4, 2019

A Raw Deal for Pets
Raw diets are popular, but are they safe? A study found salmonella and other bacteria present in raw pet foods, endangering pets and their owners.   > >
November 1, 2019

The Write Way to Help Preschoolers
Kids write to communicate even when they don't know any or many letters. Preschool teachers need to emphasize the value of writing beyond penmanship.   > >
October 31, 2019

Your Weight Over the Years
People who maintain a relatively stable weight over their lives tend to live longer than those who gain -- or lose -- too much.   > >
October 30, 2019

Job Hunting Exposes the Advantages of Class
People hiring others come to some pretty quick judgments about candidates, and they aren't based on resumés.   > >
October 29, 2019

Breastfeeding Helps Mothers' Health, Too
Breastfeeding seems to help balance some of the metabolic problems pregnancy can bring, reducing the risk of diabetes and heart disease.   > >
October 28, 2019

Mistakes Were Made -- And That's Good
You can't learn to be persistent if you don't face failure. So why are we so focused on success?   > >
October 25, 2019

E-Scooter Injuries Rise
Electric scooters are becoming more and more popular, especially in cities. Head and facial injuries -- and surgeries -- are also up. Protect yourself.   > >
October 24, 2019

The Nudge You Probably Need
Who doesn't need a nudge when it comes to exercise? There's an app for that.   > >
October 23, 2019

Foods to Lift Your Mood
When depressed students were encouraged to eat a healthier, Mediterranean diet, they felt happier, even weeks after the shift.   > >
October 22, 2019

Heart Patients and Cardiac Rehab
Exercise is not prescribed after a heart attack as often as it should be. Older patients benefit the most -- mentally and physically -- from a supervised program.   > >
October 21, 2019