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Parents Don't Always Know Best
Parents can be a bit delusional when it comes to how much time their kids spend gaming. But there's good news, too.   > >
January 23, 2020

Pick Three -- or Four
Five lifestyle factors were found to lead to a disease-free old age. The more of them you put into practice, the healthier your are likely to stay.   > >
January 22, 2020

The Truth about Testosterone Treatments
Men looking to improve their sex lives are easy prey for the testosterone supplements industry. Some advice from the American College of Physicians.   > >
January 21, 2020

Mind Food
There is evidence that what you eat has an effect on your mental health. But the exact connection can be hard to pin down.   > >
January 20, 2020

Unnecessary Pediatric Care
Taking a child to the doctor for a cold or mild fever is an example of low value healthcare. It's usually a waste of healthcare resources and not as useful as doing nothing.   > >
January 16, 2020

The Paperwork Driving Healthcare Costs
Americans know they pay way more for healthcare than Canadians do, but they may be surprised to learn what's driving up the costs.   > >
January 15, 2020

Flame Retardants Breed Reading Problems
PBDEs have been banned for a while, but they persist in the environment, disrupting brain development. Kids pick them up in the womb.   > >
January 14, 2020

Tea Time
Tea drinkers live longer and healthier lives than those who rarely drink the brew. Green tea has a particularly strong effect.   > >
January 13, 2020

Nutraceuticals for Fertility? Think Again
Men with low sperm counts often try zinc and folate supplements to give semen a boost. Not only do they not help, they may fracture DNA.   > >
January 9, 2020

The Tau Factor
An accumulation of tau protein may serve as an early sign of Alzheimer's progression. It could also suggest a treatment.   > >
January 8, 2020

An Exercise Cancer Vaccine
A very large study makes clear just how much exercise can cut the risk of many cancers.   > >
January 7, 2020

Plant Therapy
Companies trying to retain employees and keep workers happy might want to consider the stress-reduction benefits plants offer.   > >
January 6, 2020

The Promise of E-Books
When parents read with their kids, it's interactive. E-books can take that engagement to another level.   > >
January 2, 2020

E-Cigs Disappoint
E-cigarettes were supposed to help smokers quit. The problem is, they often don't, leaving smokers' lungs even more damaged.   > >
December 31, 2019

How to Life Coach Your Kids
Some preteens need more guidance than others when it comes to dealing with problems with peers. Here's how parents can figure out what their kid needs.   > >
December 30, 2019

The Secrets of Financial Infidelity
Couples don't always see eye to eye when it comes fo spending money, and some resort to hidden cash purchases and hidden accounts.   > >
December 23, 2019

She Works Hard for the Money
Being employed is not just good for a woman's wallet. It improves her physical and emotional health -- even when it's stressful.   > >
December 19, 2019

Life's Lessons for the Self-Absorbed
Narcissism is a compelling, but not an endearing, quality. A little rejection -- think jobs, relationships -- can help.   > >
December 19, 2019

Do It for Your Retinas
Age-related macular degeneration is a consequence of aging, but also, it appears, diet. Here's a meal plan for keeping your eyes younger.   > >
December 17, 2019

Sidestepping Food Allergies
Exposing babies to foods like eggs, peanuts, shellfish and milk early on makes kids less likely to go on to develop food allergies.   > >
December 17, 2019