It was a gray day in America earlier this year when the World Health Organization recommended adults and children reduce their daily intake of sugar to less than 10 percent of their total energy intake. In English, that's roughly 25 grams of sugar per day. America's...
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Jeff Sirlin was 37 with a 2-year-old son when he was first diagnosed with colon cancer. Three years later, the cancer recurred and the Needham, Massachusetts, resident underwent more treatment — for a total of five surgeries, 25 rounds of chemo, and 30 radiation sessions. It...
People who get together regularly with family and friends are about half as likely to report symptoms of depression as those who have little face-to-face contact, according to the report published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics...
When it comes to curbing bullying at school, certain policies are more effective than others. A new study published today in JAMA Pediatrics finds that some state laws have helped significantly reduce instances of bullying and cyber-bullying among teens.
Watch out long-legged Scandinavians — a large study shows taller people may have an increased risk of developing cancer than their shorter peers. Researchers at Karolinska Institutet and University of Stockholm examined 5.5 million Swedish men and women and found...
A lack of sleep has its draw backs. When you go to sleep affects things as well. It's something all teens love. Staying up late. A new study from U.C. Berkeley finds that if your teen stays up late, they're at a higher risk to gain weight. This is the first study of its...
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