Could health education help combat childhood obesity? That question is what Tabitha Blasingame of the Eliza Coffee Memorial Hospital sought to answer in her paper. On determining whether or not health education could contribute to better food and lifestyle choices, she discovered that it very well could.
The results are disturbing and may be shocking to some, yet not surprising to anyone who has looked deeply into fluoride research over the past few decades.
Psychiatric drug use is on the rise in America, with 1 out of every 6 Americans now taking some type of medication of this type. It’s highly concerning given the scary side effects and poor effectiveness of many of these drugs, but one particularly disturbing aspect of this trend that seems to get glossed over, […]
There’s no getting around it, children need physical activity. Years of research have shown that kids should be getting no fewer than 60 minutes of physical exercise each day, yet most aren’t even coming close to that number. Children who partake in one hour of moderate to vigorous physical activity per day are stronger, more confident, and less stressed.
In what may be the largest award so far in a lawsuit tying ovarian cancer to talcum powder, a Los Angeles jury ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $417 million in damages to a medical receptionist who developed ovarian cancer after using the company’s trademark Johnson’s Baby Powder on her perineum for decades.
Children younger than six are being prescribed antidepressants by GPs in England, according to new statistics. Doctors handed out 198,906 prescriptions for drugs to treat depression and anxiety to children younger than 18 between April 2015 and September 2016.
A concerning new study has found that children in Canada are being deprived of the nutrients they need when they eat lunch at school, and the situation isn’t much better in the U.S.