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AHA News: Is the New 'Fasting' Diet Trend Healthy? - 2019-03-22
"According to Krista Varady, an associate professor of nutrition at the University of Illinois at Chicago, there are several types of intermittent fasting, including one meal per day, the 5/2 method, which involves five feast days and two days with restricted calories, and alternate-day fasting." More

Could the U.S. Mail Deliver Better Colon Cancer Screening Rates? - 2019-03-22
"No one likes to get a colonoscopy, but new research suggests that mailing at-home colon cancer tests to folks who are overdue for their checks might prompt them to get screened." More

Managing MS - 2019-03-22
"Proper treatment can help people with multiple sclerosis (MS) contend with their disease, an expert says." More

Is There a Safer Choice Than Opioids After a C-Section? - 2019-03-22
"Expectant moms often try to plan as many aspects of their upcoming delivery as they can. But one thing they might not consider is what type of pain relief they will choose if they need to have a C-section." More

Abuse in Childhood Tied to Brain Changes and Later Depression - 2019-03-21
"Abuse during childhood can cause structural changes in the brain that increase a person's risk of severe and recurrent depression, a new study reveals." More

Pesticides Tied to Autism Risk in Kids - 2019-03-21
"Children who are exposed to common pesticides, either while in the womb or in the first year of life, may be more likely to develop autism, a new study suggests." More

Baby Monkey May Offer Hope to Preserving Fertility of Kids With Cancer - 2019-03-21
"Scientists say they have used frozen testicular tissue to achieve the birth of a healthy baby monkey named Grady -- a success they hope to eventually translate to childhood cancer survivors whose treatment has left them infertile." More

Attention, Seniors: Drink More Water and Head Off Disease - 2019-03-21
"Not drinking enough water is a common but under-recognized problem among American seniors that puts their health at risk, researchers say." More

AHA News: Culture, Paycheck, Neighborhood Key to Your Heart's Health - 2019-03-21
"Social determinants of health are factors that influence where and how people live, learn, work and play. They provide context to a person's life and can play just as big of a role in affecting health as medications and physical lifestyle changes." More

Health Tip: Signs of Learning Disabilities - 2019-03-21
"Difficulty reading and writing is common for children and does not always indicate a learning disability." More

Drug Combo Does Double Duty Against Common Skin Lesions, Cancers - 2019-03-21
"Tens of millions of Americans develop sun-linked skin lesions called actinic keratoses, which are tied to later cancer risk." More

Strengthening Family Ties Through Online Gaming - 2019-03-21
"Researchers at Concordia University in Montreal found that playing social network games, through Facebook for instance, offers family members a fun, common topic of conversation, and creates shared experiences, even though there's often no direct communication." More

Eye-Soothing Tips for Computer Users - 2019-03-20
"Screens: They're at work, at home and even in the palm of your hand. But stare too long at them and your eyes -- and mind -- could pay a price, experts warn." More

Extra Pounds in Childhood May Mean Higher MS Risk in Adulthood - 2019-03-20
"Research has suggested that kids who enter puberty early appear to face an increased risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS) as adults." More

Risk of Psychosis Varies With ADHD Meds, But Still Small: Study - 2019-03-20
"Stimulant drugs used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) carry a small risk of a psychotic episode, but it appears to vary depending on which medication young people use, a new study finds." More

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