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Valproic acid-induced autism in young children reduced with curcumin

3 monthes ago   |   By Natural News

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that about one in 59 children has autism spectrum disorder. A look at yearly data on the prevalence of ASD reveals that this figure is likely to get worse. Research published in the journal BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine suggests that the administration...
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A cluster randomized web-based intervention trial to reduce food neophobia and promote healthy diets among one-year-old children in kindergarten: study protocol

A cluster randomized web-based intervention trial to reduce food neophobia and promote healthy diets among one-year-old children in kindergarten: study protocol

3 monthes ago   |   By BMC

A child's first years of life are crucial for cognitive development and future health. Studies show that a varied diet with a high intake of vegetables is positive for both weight and cognitive development. Th...
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Trader Joe's salads, Mary's Harvest wraps recalled for risk from corn

Trader Joe's salads, Mary's Harvest wraps recalled for risk from corn

Mary's Harvest Fresh Foods Inc. is recalling its branded wrap sandwiches and Trader Joe's brand salads because they include corn from a third-party supplier that might be... Read more ...

Omega 3 Fatty Acids Help Fight Breast Cancer

Omega 3 Fatty Acids Help Fight Breast Cancer

Diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids may delay the development and spread of breast cancer, found new study. Read more ...

Salad recall includes Whole Foods 365 brand; corn poses risk of infection

Salad recall includes Whole Foods 365 brand; corn poses risk of infection

A California-based grocery chain is recalling almost half a ton of ready-to-eat salads, including the 365 brand sold by Whole Foods, because they contain corn from a... Read more ...

Eating late at night linked to weight gain, diabetes and heart conditions

Eating late at night linked to weight gain, diabetes and heart conditions

First experimental evidence now shows that late-night snacking can cause more than just weight gain. Eating meals late at night can increase the risk of developing diabetes and... Read more ...

Take Your Cardio to the Next Level With These Tips to Burn More Calories

Take Your Cardio to the Next Level With These Tips to Burn More Calories

Time is precious and no more so than in the gym. You want to get in, work it, and get out - well. .. and maybe hit the steam room for a quick five minutes. If cardio machines... Read more ...

Effects of a high-fat diet are reduced with the golden tickseed

Effects of a high-fat diet are reduced with the golden tickseed

Good news for diabetics: A study, published in Chinese Herbal Medicines, revealed that the golden tickseed can be used to treat insulin resistance. The researchers, who were... Read more ...

Top 7 MISTAKES most parents make when their kids get sick

Top 7 MISTAKES most parents make when their kids get sick

If there's one thing the U.S. mass media has taught a hundred million parents to do when their kids start getting sick is to panic and make dumb choices that usually end up... Read more ...

A tropical fruit found to be an effective natural fruit fly killer

A tropical fruit found to be an effective natural fruit fly killer

There is an irony about a tropical fruit providing a natural means of killing a fruit fly. Brazilian researchers investigated the possibility of using extracts from the seeds... Read more ...

Participating in Sports during Childhood Can Benefit Your Bone Health

Participating in Sports during Childhood Can Benefit Your Bone Health

Children who participate in organized sport may have long-term benefits for bone health, reveals a new study. Read more ...

Nutrition is More Important Than Exercise for Strong Bones

Nutrition is More Important Than Exercise for Strong Bones

Nutrition has a greater impact on bone mass and strength than exercise, reveals a new study. So, eat a healthy mineral-supplemented diet to have strong and healthy bones. Read more ...