Risk factors for dementia include aging, family history, and genetics, as well as modifiable risks—factors that can be somewhat controlled—such as avoiding head trauma, controlling blood pressure, etc. Now, it seems living near a busy street can be added to the list of modifiable risk factors for dementia.
New Recommendations Could Prevent Peanut Allergies
NBC News—Guidelines from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) now say that most infants should be given peanut protein by the time they are six months old—a big change from previous guidelines that recommended keeping peanut products away from children until the age of three.
A suite of smartphone apps—called IntelliCare—from Northwestern University work together to fight common causes of depression and anxiety such as sleep problems, social isolation, lack of activity, and obsessive thinking. The apps, which are available from Google Play Store, have been developed as part of a nationwide study funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
If you play golf or tennis, swim, do a lot of lifting or overhead activities--or shovel snow--it's a good idea to do some shoulder conditioning. These exercises can help prevent shoulder pain, as well as promote healing if you do get injured.
If you’re a careful shopper, you read food labels, including ingredients lists, and assume all ingredients have been approved by the FDA (or some other federal agency) after being assessed for safety. Not so. Most food ingredients have not undergone FDA review, thanks to a law that allows ingredients to be considered “generally recognized as safe,” or GRAS, without testing or evaluation.
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