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Leading A Healthy Lifestyle Reduces Stroke Risk In Women
Itís long been recognized that leading a healthy lifestyle makes for a longer life in general, but new studies have found that by being more conscious of the decisions that women make regarding their health they could reduce the risk of stroke as well.

New Study Shows Exercise To Be Easier With A Visible Goal
Having goals has always been a huge part of weight loss, but a new study has proven that having a physical goal to set your sights on, might actually make exercise easier and more enjoyable.

Potty Training Before Age 2 Could Lead To Later Accidents
Every parent wants their child to succeed, especially before other children of their age, but a recent study has shown that children who begin their toilet training before the age of 2 have a far higher risk of having daytime accidents with wetting.

Rising Number of School Aged Children Show Signs Of Eating Disorders
With the growing number of obese adults and children in the United States and the constant flow of waiflike celebrities waving from the front pages of magazines and catalogues, it may not come as such a surprise that eating disorders are now being seen in children between the ages of eight and twelve years.

School Aged Children Show Increasing Signs of Mental Health Struggles
Mental health problems have been increasing at an alarming rate across the country, and the world as the signs become better recognized and people become more aware to the existence of certain forms of mental illness.

Drinking Grapefruit Juice May Curb Weight Gain
Drinking Grapefruit Juice May Curb Weight Gain the effects of different foods on weight loss has long been studied by the scientific community, and while there tend to be different results for each ingredient, a recent study has pinpointed grapefruit juice as one breakfast staple that shouldnít be missed.

Life Expectancy Soars In United States
It seems as though the news is always reporting some new string of disease, or a battle against physical or mental illnesses, and yet new statistics show that the life expectancy in the United States has risen dramatically.

Study Finds Vitamin D Deficiency Lowers Fertility In Women
With an aging population and women choosing to have children at much later ages than in previous decades, the rates of fertility are a constant worry for men and women.

Marijuana Shows Positive Results After Trauma
Marijuana has gotten some bad press from the government for its link to illicit drug use, but as a medical tool, it has some very beneficial results for patients who are recovering from traumatic events.

New Research Provides Help For ADHD Symptoms In Children
A recent study completed by the Michigan State University in combination with the University of Vermont has showed that performing exercise before school could have positive results for children suffering from ADHD.

Studies Prove That Teens Who Are Overweight Are Prone To Smoking
Although it has been proven in the past that there is no correlation to weight and alcohol or marijuana, recent studies show that being overweight may have an impact on whether or not teens will start smoking.

Studies Show Potassium Might Lower Stroke Risks
Itís been a long known fact that potassium holds some very beneficial results for men and women alike, but a new study has shown that older women who ingest natural sources of potassium are at lower risk for death and stroke than women who donít.

Lower Back Pain No Longer Blamed On The Weather
In the past, there has been a correlation between joint and back pain, and the weather, whether it has to do with rainy skies or the pressure in the atmosphere, but recent studies have proven that this is not a contributing factor to those who are having problems with their lower backs.

Parkinsonís Disease Patients Can Track Progression With Phone App
With smart phones and mobile applications quickly taking over nearly every industry on the planet, it only makes sense that it should also make its mark in the medical world.

Eating More Broccoli Really Does Make You Grow Healthy And Strong
For years parents have been telling their children to finish their broccoli and telling them that it will help them grow up big and strong, and although many children would like to believe this is a trick to make them inadvertently finish their dinner, recent studies have shown that it might be fact as well.

Fruit Juice Could Be as High In Sugar as Soda
Itís difficult in todayís world to determine which sugars are good for you and which sugars arenít, and as the battle with obesity grows stronger itís only becoming more and more troublesome to predict which foods and drinks do more harm than good.

Green Tea Has Lasting Effect On Human Memory
Tea is the most commonly consumed beverage on the planet after water, so it comes as a relief to many to know that most types of tea leaves are good for the human body, although some more than others.

Interacting With The Environment Could Improve Your Mental Health
Nature has long been associated with meditation, positive thinking, and healthy living, but not everybody realizes what it can also do for your mental health.

New Research Shows Major Health Benefits of Tofu
It has long been discussed that eating too much meat can be bad for the human body, particularly in the cardiovascular region, and while meat eating might not be the best for your body it has certainly become an essential part of most human beingís diet due to the need for protein.

Asthma Rates Decrease in the U.S.
A national health survey conducted in 2013 has shown a critical decline in asthma rates across the United States, and while this is good news for parents of affected children, and asthmatics across the country, doctors are questioning the numbers and saying it might be too soon to celebrate.

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