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Children With Autism Display Feeding Problems And Nutritional Deficiencies

Feb 10, 13 Children With Autism Display Feeding Problems And Nutritional Deficiencies

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Recent studies have found that the selective eating habits of autistic children may be more harmful than previously understood.

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Little House Books Wrongly Blame Scarlet Fever

Feb 08, 13 Little House Books Wrongly Blame Scarlet Fever

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A new study found that Mary Ingalls from the Little House on the Prairie series possibly did not go blind from scarlet fever, but rather from viral meningoencephalitis.

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Salmonella Outbreak Associated With Hedgehogs

Feb 07, 13 Salmonella Outbreak Associated With Hedgehogs

Posted by in Health, Pet Peeves & Parley

Pets can be a man’s best friend. Among their many benefits, they bring you love, comfort, and a listening ear. However, it’s also important to be wary of the possible illnesses they can spread if pets are not taken care of correctly.

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Celebrate Healthy Heart Month In February

Feb 06, 13 Celebrate Healthy Heart Month In February

Posted by in Health, Seasonal

With Valentine’s Day coming up, the image of a heart can be seen almost everywhere, including merchandise and food. While February is known for cupid and love, it’s also a month that raises awareness on healthy heart living.

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Brain Scans Detect Protein Linked To CTE

Jan 31, 13 Brain Scans Detect Protein Linked To CTE

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Researchers recently stated that they have discovered a microscopic protein that could be detected in the brain tissue of individuals who play football professionally through a brain scan; the protein has been linked to neurodegenerative diseases.

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Modern Parenting Linked To Brain And Emotional Development In Kids

Jan 24, 13 Modern Parenting Linked To Brain And Emotional Development In Kids

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While fans of the University of Notre Dame (UND) football team are processing the controversy surrounding linebacker Manti Te’o, researchers at the school have been hard at work; they recently discovered that modern parenting could possibly prevent children’s healthy brain and emotional development.

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And For Dessert: Flu Sorbet!

Jan 23, 13 And For Dessert: Flu Sorbet!

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An ice cream company claims that it has produced a product that could act as a remedy to the flu.

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5 Free Mobile Apps To Help Lose Weight

Dec 27, 12 5 Free Mobile Apps To Help Lose Weight

Posted by in Health, Technology

A study from Northwestern University found that individuals who utilized mobile apps to track what they were eating and what physical activity they were doing lost an average of 15 pounds and kept the weight off for a minimum of a year.

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Fragrance For the Holiday Season

Dec 16, 12 Fragrance For the Holiday Season

Posted by in Science, Seasonal

In the spirit of the season, The NPD Group completed a report on the top holiday gifts on consumers’ wish list. The global information company discovered that fragrance moved up on the list and is currently one of the top items.

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Understanding Sex Addiction

Dec 15, 12 Understanding Sex Addiction

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Sex addiction. Recently, there has been debate as to whether this is a certified disorder or not. Even though there is a fair amount of controversy, people still grapple with this issue.

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