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America's Obesity Epidemic Grows
NBC News—In a sign that the United States' obesity epidemic has not abated, new reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that American teenagers continue to put on weight, while 40 percent of women in the U.S. are now obese.
Green Tea Compound Helps People With Down Syndrome
MNT—A new study published in The Lancet Neurology indicates that a compound found in green tea, epigallocatechin gallate, could improve cognitive functioning for people with Down syndrome. According to the researchers, the results of their study marks the first time that a particular treatment for Down syndrome has been shown to positively affect cognitive skills.
The New York Times—In the four-week trial involving more than 2,100 smokers, 40 percent of the subjects in a group smoking from packages with pictorial warnings had quit for at least a day, while just 34 percent of those who smoked from packs from text-only warnings had stopped for a day.
Health After 50—If you're like most people, you've tried many times to lose weight through diet and exercise. You succeed at first, but after a while your determination slumps and you start spending more time on the couch and slipping back into your old eating habits. But that doesn't mean you are destined to fail.
Berkeley Wellness—The pleasures of summer include spending time outdoors engaged in such activities as swimming, golfing, grilling, and hiking. But with these pleasures comes the risk of sunburns, insect bites, and other pitfalls. Do you know how to stay safe this summer?
Letting Go And Holding On: Anna's Journey With Rheumatoid Arthritis
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