Author: Study Finds
LOMA LINDA, Calif. -- People who were raised by emotionally-closed or unsupportive mothers are more prone to premature aging and disease later in life, a new study finds.
Author: Kevin Loria, Consumer Reports
If 10,000 steps a day sounds like too lofty a goal, take heart: People who step less than half that amount may still see significant health benefits, according to a new study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine.
Author: Lauran Neergaard
Image: Escherichia coli, one of the many species of bacteria present in the human gut
WASHINGTON (AP) — We share our bodies with trillions of microbes that are critical to staying healthy, but now scientists are getting a much-needed close look at how those bugs can get out of whack and spur disease.
Author: Juli Fraga
Majority of new parents have scary thoughts about something terrible happening to their baby. A psychotherapist explains why this happens and when you should be worried.
The vaccine industry has been burgeoning since the late 1980s, when Congress passed the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA) that provided manufacturers with blanket immunity from liability. Two regulatory agencies have played a pivotal role in this vaccine “renaissance”: the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Working hand in glove with vaccine companies, these agencies have helped protect and grow the liability-free childhood vaccine market, ensuring billions of dollars in corporate revenues with little need for vaccine makers to even advertise or market their products.
Author: Sarah Pope MGA
The stories became far too frequent to ignore. Emails from folks with allergic or digestive issues to wheat in the United States experienced no symptoms whatsoever when they tried eating pasta on vacation in Italy.