When lettuce becomes unhealthy, it's time to rethink food safety in the U.S
Opinion Editor's note: This guest column was written by Senior Director of Health and Food Erik Olson and Interim Food Director Lena Brook of the National Resources Defense...
13 days ago - Food Safety
The Core of Parents' Main Concerns When Having a Child With Cataract and Its Clinical Implications
To investigate the main concerns associated with being a parent of a child with cataract and how the parents deal with these concerns.
1 month ago - Journal of Pediatric Nursing
New Research Seeks to Understand Link Between Iron and Brain Development
Iron deficiency is the one of the most prevalent nutritional deficiencies in the world and affects mainly pregnant mothers and young children. Numerous studies have found that...
1 month ago - University of Rochester Medical Cente - 2 articles
Morning Break: CVOTs on Trial; One Child, 10 Lb of Candy; Is Alzheimer's Viral?
Health news and commentary from around the Web gathered by the MedPage Today staff
1 month ago - MedPageToday
50-Plus Job Fair in Pittsfield Part of ‘Employ Older Workers Week'
As part of national “employ older workers week,” BerkshireWorks, in collaboration with Elder Services of Berkshire County, Age Friendly Berkshires and AARP Massachusetts, bring...
2 monthes ago - Massachusetts Healthy Aging Collaborative
Why you should worry about your child snoring
Dr. Sabrina Kitaka, a senior paediatrician at Mulago Hospital, says snoring is not normal and if one notices that their child is snoring, the parent should seek the specialised...
3 monthes ago - Topix
Breastfeeding May Lower Moms' Stroke Risk Later
Women who have breastfed have a 23 percent lower risk of stroke after menopause, new research has found. The link is even stronger among black women, who had a 48 percent lower...
3 monthes ago - Web MD - 2 articles
No one tells you that life as a 40-year-old single woman can be this good
Glynnis MacNicol is here to tell you that life as a 40-year-old single, childless woman - the thing we're taught to fear and avoid at all costs! - is actually pretty great...
5 monthes ago - National Post
Top 12 Common Causes of Irregular Periods
The onset of the menstrual cycle marks the puberty of the girl child. The typical menstrual cycle happens every 28- 30 days and may last upto 5-7 days. It is common to have...
5 monthes ago - Pregnancy Week by Week Calendar
Status Epilepticus-The Hunt for Treatable Causes
Working my way through medical school and pediatric neurology residency, I was frequently asked why anyone would choose a career in child neurology, and-“it׳s so depressing” or...
5 monthes ago - Seminars in Pediatric Neurology
The headlines of Master Doctor
How Strength Training Could Help You Get a Better Night's Sleep
You probably don't weight train to improve your sleep habits. It's more likely you do it to slow down muscle loss, build strength, and look fabulous in a pair of leggings! But...
Only Excitatory Neurons Could Be Responsible For Alzheimer's Disease
Excitatory neurons, those that are more likely to trigger action are more vulnerable to the accumulations of abnormal tau protein, one of the major causes of Alzheimer's...
Stepping Closer to Develop Vaccine or Drug for Late-onset Alzheimer's
Get ready to fight Alzheimer's: New potential therapeutic approach can pave the way for developing a vaccine or drug to prevent late-onset Alzheimer's disease, reveals a new study.
Anti-Aging Moves That Really Work
From Health magazine One thing's for sure: when it comes to fighting the good fight against aging, there is no shortage of options. But with everyone claiming to offer the...
Bonnie Estridge was diagnosed with Alzheimer's after she forgot how to make...
Two years ago, the stress of Christmas prompted something serious: One of the first clear signs of something that would change our family Christmases, and our lives, for ever.
New jab may be a game changer for thousands of prostate cancer patients
A radical new treatment for prostate cancer in which injections into the tumour boost the immune system to kill malignant cells has been hailed as a potential ‘game-changer'.
How to Look as Good as Bruce Springsteen When You're Almost 70
A NYC-based dermatologist shares his best anti-aging tips.
Anti-Osteoporosis Therapy Is Gaining In Popularity-Here's Why
Osteoporosis is a very common disease that occurs among patients who have irregular density of bone minerals that results in unhealthy changes in bone microstructures, a higher...
Orthobiologics for Knee Osteoarthritis: Fact, Fiction, or Fantasy?
Dr Bert R. Mandelbaum on the evidence, and lack of evidence around orthobiologic treatments for osteoarthritis. Medscape Orthopedics
Advanced method can help detect multiple markers that contribute to...
In biomedical research, plant breeding, and countless other endeavors, geneticists are on the hunt for the specific genes responsible for disease susceptibility, yield, and...