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Why I'm So Scared To Send My Son To Kindergarten

Why I'm So Scared To Send My Son To Kindergarten

3 hours ago   |   Scary Mommy

I cried at my son's preschool graduation. Oh, big deal, right? Here's the thing: I didn't cry at my wedding; I didn't cry at his birth. But I cried at his preschool...
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015-Adrenal Insufficiency in Children: Teaching Nurses to Teach Caregivers

4 hours ago   |   Journal of Pediatric Nursing

Background: Adrenal insufficiency is the impaired synthesis and release of adrenocortical hormones due to various mechanisms (e.g., autoimmunity, genetic, ACTH deficiency, and...
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What Causes Stress Fractures in Runners? Can Diet Contribute?

8 hours ago   |   NY Times

Overtraining is the most common cause, but diet and other factors can play a role.
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Menopausal Changes to Female Heart Occur Earlier Than Thought: Study

Menopausal Changes to Female Heart Occur Earlier Than Thought: Study

10 hours ago   |   Medindia Health

Women's heart function changes earlier than thought during the critical transition period , which indicates that the organ is stressed at an early stage.
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What are the best ways to stop overeating?

15 hours ago   |   Medical News Today

Overeating can lead to obesity and other health problems over time. However, people can take simple steps to control their appetite and eat more healthfully. These steps...
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10 Easy Ways For Busy Moms To Be Healthier In Life

15 hours ago   |   HealthWorks Collective

As a mother, caring for your health is essential , with the number of deaths per 100,000 births increasing from 1990-2015. For most mothers, one of the biggest problems that...
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Fad, fact or fiction - The Wim Hof Method

Fad, fact or fiction - The Wim Hof Method

18 hours ago   |   Revolution Personal Training

If you frequent Armstrong Street in Middle Park between grabbing a latte at the local cafe or a pub meal while you're laundry is drying at the laundromat next door (as I've...
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Stop it, Mama, and just breathe

1 day ago   |   NBC News

"Don't stress. Don't overthink. Don't compare."
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Genetic switch that controls conversion of bad to good fat identified

1 day ago   |   News Medical

Fat cells. They are the bane of a dieter's existence, but fat is important. Previous studies showed the subcutaneous white fat cells can transform to brown and beige varieties...
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Protect your liver from heavy metals and oxidative stress with heart-leaved moonseed

Protect your liver from heavy metals and oxidative stress with heart-leaved moonseed

1 day ago   |   Natural News

Exposure to heavy metals like cadmium is harmful to your health, and one of the most commonly affected organs is the liver. To protect your liver from these toxic heavy metals...
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BASF and Glycosyn partnership to capitalise on HMO and gut health interest

BASF and Glycosyn partnership to capitalise on HMO and gut health interest

BASF are to enter an agreement with biotechnology firm Glycosyn to develop and commercialise human milk oligosaccharides for use in dietary supplements, functional nutrition... Read more ...

These 16 Names Are Perfect For A Gemini Baby

These 16 Names Are Perfect For A Gemini Baby

If your new addition is born between the dates of May 21st and June 21st, congratulations - it's twins! Okay, maybe not twins in the traditional sense (although if you really... Read more ...

Research shows doctors avoid talking to elderly patients about their mental...

Research shows doctors avoid talking to elderly patients about their mental health and just throw meds at them instead

There is nothing easy about getting older. Limited mobility, cognitive decline and the death of loved ones can leave the elderly feeling depressed and lonely. Studies have... Read more ...

Stay Safe and Well from the Summer Heat

Stay Safe and Well from the Summer Heat

Summer Health Tips: While summer months are fun and exciting, it can also lead to a few seasonal health concerns like dehydration, sunburn, heat stroke, etc. So, stay safe and... Read more ...

Weighing Yourself Daily May Help Cut Holiday Weight Gain

Weighing Yourself Daily May Help Cut Holiday Weight Gain

Stepping on the scales every day may be the key to weight loss. Engaging in daily self-weighing can help prevent people from gaining extra weight during holidays, finds a new... Read more ...

Is Bipolar Disorder Linked to Parkinson's Disease?

Is Bipolar Disorder Linked to Parkinson's Disease?

People with bipolar disorder were nearly seven times as likely to develop Parkinson's disease as people who did not have bipolar disorder, stated new study. Read more ...

Early Antiretroviral Treatment may Preserve Key Immune Responses to HIV...

Early Antiretroviral Treatment may Preserve Key Immune Responses to HIV, Says Study

Limiting the amount of HIV virus the immune system encounters can stimulate much more potent CD8 T cell responses, leading to the development of long-term immune memory... Read more ...

Dog owners are suffering hand injuries because they're holding their leads wrong

Dog owners are suffering hand injuries because they're holding their leads wrong

A single hospital - Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust - treated 30 serious hand injuries caused by 'dog lead or collar misuse' in just one year, the British Society for... Read more ...

Doctors dismissed Spanish flu as being a 'minor infection' before the 1918...

Doctors dismissed Spanish flu as being a 'minor infection' before the 1918 pandemic

Research from Queen Mary University in London found doctors were seeing Spanish flu for years before it exploded into a pandemic which infected a third of the world's population. Read more ...

New Gene Variations for Type 2 Diabetes Found

New Gene Variations for Type 2 Diabetes Found

The genes identified in the study and the proteins they encode are potential targets for new diabetes medicines, and may help improve understanding and treatment of the... Read more ...