Hair dye and relaxers increase the risk of breast cancer

HAIR DYE AND RELAXERS INCREASE THE RISK OF BREAST CANCER

Rutgers University researchers found that hair dye and chemical relaxers can elevate the chance of developing breast cancer in white...

Breast implants increase heart attack diagnoses

BREAST IMPLANTS INCREASE HEART ATTACK DIAGNOSES

Researchers from Princess Grace Hospital in Monaco advise women with breast implants to inform their doctor before having an ECG. Doctors...

 
 
 
Your birth month may affect diseases you are likely to get

YOUR BIRTH MONTH MAY AFFECT DISEASES YOU ARE LIKELY TO GET

Spanish scientists mapped birth months to 27 chronic diseases to see if it made a difference to long-term health, and were surprised...

Eating fish helps to ease arthritis

EATING FISH HELPS TO EASE ARTHRITIS

A new study by researchers has found that eating fish twice a week helps relieve the symptoms of arthritis. People who ate fish suffered...

 
 
 
Third International Yoga Day: India Leads The Way In Celebration

THIRD INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY: INDIA LEADS THE WAY IN CELEBRATION

Yoga has become an integral part of every Indian household. The purpose of International Yoga Day is to promote health and well-being...

6 Healthy Eating Tips for First Trimester Pregnant Mamas

6 HEALTHY EATING TIPS FOR FIRST TRIMESTER PREGNANT MAMAS

Today's post is served by good friend to Mark's Daily Apple, Stephanie Greunke. Stephanie has teamed up with Melissa Hartwig of Whole30®...

 
 
 
The Issue With Wishing Someone A 'Happy And Healthy' Baby

THE ISSUE WITH WISHING SOMEONE A 'HAPPY AND HEALTHY' BABY

A thought-provoking Instagram post is highlighting a side effect of wishing expectant parents a “happy and healthy” baby. Michelle...

Gym Braids Will Make You Feel Like a Warrior Princess

GYM BRAIDS WILL MAKE YOU FEEL LIKE A WARRIOR PRINCESS

Tired of your hair looking like a crusty mess at the gym? Squeezing in a workout on your lunch break? Maybe you just like braids, we...

 
 
 
I Couldn't Look at My Body Until I Learned How to Appreciate It

I COULDN'T LOOK AT MY BODY UNTIL I LEARNED HOW TO APPRECIATE IT

I always liked the feeling of being covered. How small I felt under a ballooned sweatshirt or an oversize t-shirt. No one could make...

Rise In Hospital Visits For Opioids Spotlight The Epidemic

RISE IN HOSPITAL VISITS FOR OPIOIDS SPOTLIGHT THE EPIDEMIC

The latest government numbers on opioid-related hospitalizations paint a picture of a country in a drug-related crisis. Between 2005...

 
 
 
Study highlights increase in use of high-dose vitamin D supplements

STUDY HIGHLIGHTS INCREASE IN USE OF HIGH-DOSE VITAMIN D SUPPLEMENTS

Consumer use of dietary supplements delivering vitamin D doses up to 4,000 IU - almost seven times the current recommended daily amount...

Most Young Opioid Abusers Don't Get Anti-Addiction Medicines

MOST YOUNG OPIOID ABUSERS DON'T GET ANTI-ADDICTION MEDICINES

Even as a growing number of U.S. teens and young adults are abusing opioid drugs, only about one in four of them are getting medications...

 
 
 
Cannabinoids can successfully kill leukemia cells, reveals groundbreaking new study

CANNABINOIDS CAN SUCCESSFULLY KILL LEUKEMIA CELLS, REVEALS GROUNDBREAKING NEW STUDY

A recent study published in International Journal of Oncology revealed that cannabinoids, the active chemical in cannabis, can destroy...

Could autism be cured by changing a patient's diet?

COULD AUTISM BE CURED BY CHANGING A PATIENT'S DIET?

Researchers from Peking University believe gluten may cause toxins to leak from the gut to the brain, causing symptoms. This may be...

 
 
 
'Angelina Jolie gene' breast cancer risk determined

'ANGELINA JOLIE GENE' BREAST CANCER RISK DETERMINED

The latest Cambridge University-led study of more than 10,000 women gives the most precise estimates to date of breast cancer risk...

Abdominal fat could be used to predict disease risk

ABDOMINAL FAT COULD BE USED TO PREDICT DISEASE RISK

Researchers from Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea have developed a new technique to assess the health risks posed by abdominal...

 
 
 
Yoga Soothes Back Pain in Study

YOGA SOOTHES BACK PAIN IN STUDY

Age-old practice did as good a job as physical therapy, but neither was a cure for all patients Related MedlinePlus Pages: Back Pain...

Guns Kill or Wound 7,000 U.S. Kids a Year: Report

GUNS KILL OR WOUND 7,000 U.S. KIDS A YEAR: REPORT

It's a 'uniquely American problem,' one pediatrician says Related MedlinePlus Pages: Child Safety , Gun Safety

 
 
 
Yoga Helps Ease Chronic Low Back Pain

YOGA HELPS EASE CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN

Chronic back pain affects 10 percent of the population in the US. Yoga could be an effective alternative to physical therapy for easing...

Altruism is easiest value parents can pass down says RHUL

ALTRUISM IS EASIEST VALUE PARENTS CAN PASS DOWN SAYS RHUL

Research led by Royal Holloway University in London found that children whose parents wanted them to value helping others were more...