• Child Health: US Statistics

    The health of a nation can be found reflected through the overall health of its child population since it is these children who represent the future. It is, thus, a basic responsibility of any country to take care of the physical, mental, emotional as well as social well-being of its children since it affects every

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  • Drug Interactions cause Injury and Death

    Individual prescription drugs and their over the counter counterparts are each dialed-in to address particular maladies. Drug advances promote revelations sufficient to save lives and mediate chronic medical conditions. But for drugs to be effective – and safe, they must be used according to doctor and manufacturer recommendations. When prescription drugs are mixed with others,

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  • Money Motivate Weight Loss!

    According to a U.S. study, obese people are more likely to lose weight fast if there is money riding on the success of their weight loss program through any kind of financial incentives. However, the study also found that they are even likely to gain back the weight once this monetary carrot is gone. The

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  • Diet Soda Can Raise Stroke Risk

    Diet soda too can invoke stroke risks. There are many who think diet foods and drinks are safe, when it comes to health and nutrition. However, drinking diet soda, regardless of their sugar variety, can highly increase your risk of vascular events in comparison to those who do not drink soda. The American Stroke Association’s

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