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Tips for Parents of Picky Eaters
Picky eaters can make mealtime a battleground. The more parents push, the harder they dig in. A lighter touch is better.   > >
June 3, 2020

Newbie Exercisers Beware
Don't believe everything, or maybe anything, you read on the Web when it comes to exercise, especially if you are just becoming active. Few sites reflect current guidelines.   > >
June 2, 2020

Stay on the Sunny Side of COVID-19
Vitamin D is known as the sunshine vitamin. A deficiency seems to put people at greater risk of contracting Coronavirus.   > >
June 1, 2020

Un-Masked Marauders
It's hard to believe that some people don't feel masks are necessary. A new study makes clear just how far COVID spreads when people talk.   > >
May 28, 2020

Try to Find Comfort Somewhere Else
So-called comfort foods that are high in saturated fat make it harder to pay attention. Something to consider before you indulge.   > >
May 27, 2020

Rebellious Teenage Dogs
A study of seeing eye dogs finds that around eight months of age many, if not most, dogs become difficult. Don't despair -- it's just a phase.   > >
May 26, 2020

Progress on Parkinson's
In a promising breakthrough, researchers cultivated stem cells to trigger a Parkinson's patient's brain to produce dopamine, easing his symptoms.   > >
May 21, 2020

The Appeal of E-Cigarettes
Call it vaping or juuling, more and more teens are using e-cigs even though they know they're bad for their health. Flavors have nothing to do with it.   > >
May 20, 2020

Time for a Change
With schools closed, many teens have been able to wake up later. That's a difference worth carrying forward into the next academic year.   > >
May 19, 2020

Telemedicine: The Doctor Will See You Online
Telemedicine could free up hospital staff and offer a safer way for patients to see their doctors during the pandemic and beyond.   > >
May 18, 2020

The "Why" Chromosome
Kids like books that help them understand the world better. So they prefer stories with plenty of explanation over those with few details.   > >
May 14, 2020

An Anti-Alzheimer's Diet
Eating more of certain foods reduces your risk of developing Alzheimer's -- by a lot. Know which, and how much, of these foods you need in your diet.   > >
May 13, 2020

Learning New Tricks
Don't let self-quarantine lead to a lack of exercise. It could make it harder to learn new physical skills later on.   > >
May 12, 2020

The Downward Dog Path to Migraine Relief
Yoga can reduce not just the pain, but also the frequency and treatment cost of migraines.   > >
May 11, 2020

Diehard Fans
When local teams lose, ER admissions for heart attacks go up, suggesting a new way of looking at the agony of defeat.   > >
May 7, 2020

Obesity Builds a Sluggish Brain
Being overweight or obese is bad for your health; there's no news there. But what it does to your brain may surprise you.   > >
May 6, 2020

You Can't Fool Kids
Baby foods that add fruit to vegetables to get kids to accept veggies don't seem to do the trick. Here's how to get kids on board.   > >
May 5, 2020

The Downside of Prince Charming
When boys subscribe to the idea that girls and women need protecting, they run the risk of developing less benevolent attitudes down the road.   > >
May 4, 2020

Turning Kids into Savvy Consumers
You can make screen time a learning experience. Show kids the marketing tricks behind the ads they see. It could change their eating habits.   > >
April 30, 2020

Thanks for the Memories
Eating certain foods together seems to raise the risk of dementia. Here's a chance for young adults to protect their brains.   > >
April 29, 2020