The U.S. Preventative Services Task Forces reiterated its findings from 2004, claiming theres not enough evidence for doctors to make definitive recommendations for testing.
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Splenda: A Sweet Deception
Discover why fitness expert Diana Anderson-Tyler has completely cut artificial sweeteners like Splenda out of her diet.
Pediatricians: Just Say No to ‘Cinnamon Challenge’
Doctors are warning against a popular dare among young people that has been shown to cause some major health problems.
Exercise, Diet May Keep Sleep Apnea From Worsening
A new study suggests that weight loss and healthier eating may help halt the progression of the sleep disorder, which could lead to more serious problems.
Why Is Your Health Their Business?
Christians are instructed by the Bible to be shrewd and not allow marketing and advertising to influence our food and beverage choices.
Don’t Allow Sugar Substitute to Intoxicate You
Fitness expert Diana Anderson-Tyler gives the low-down on Splenda and how far it is from being a magical calorie-free version of sugar.
God’s Grace Provides Endurance to Run Life’s Marathons
Dont limit yourself by what you think you can or cannot do. We serve a God of Wonders who created you to be full of surprises.
Aligning Your Taste Buds To The Bible
The first chapter of Genesis provides dietary guidelines that will lead to a healthy physical and spiritual life.
Lilly to Acquire Alzheimer’s Imaging Agents from Siemens
The company said it plans to use the new technology first in its research and development programs as it works to develop treatments against proteins that are believed to be hallmarks of the brain disease.
Stomach CT Scans May Help Find Osteoporosis
A new study has revealed that a patients abdominal CT scans will help doctors check for signs of the bone-weakening disease.
People, Networks May Sway Parents’ Vaccine Choices
A Washington state survey revealed that social networks can be an influence in parents decisions whether or not to have their kids vaccinated against preventable diseases such as chickenpox and measles.
Raw Fruit May Not Be Linked to Lower Blood Pressure
Contrary to previous evidence, a study has revealed it is unclear if eating more fruit influences blood pressure.
Athletes Know No Age Boundaries
Just because youre getting up in age doesnt mean it's too late to work out and train to keep your body fit.
Weight Loss Surgery Tied to Colon Cancer Risk
Although the reason hasn't been determined, one possibility is that dietary changes after surgery, and increasing protein in particular, could raise cancer risk.
Hidden Food Allergies Present Tricky Issues
It is those undigested protein molecules that cross over into your systemic circulation that cause all the tummy upset many Americans are complaining about.
FDA Approves Morning Sickness Drug
Diclegis, a drug similar from one withdrawn 30 years ago amid claims that it caused birth defects, is back on the market.
Discover Creative Ways to Get Your Kids to Brush
It is never too early to start your child developing good oral hygiene habits.
Fitness After 65 Is No One-Size-Fits-All Endeavor
Designing workout routines for older Americans is a challenging endeavor because of the wide range of physical abilities for each individual.
Study: Mental Changes After Bypass Usually Temporary
Cognitive changes after surgery shouldnt be a major concern for most people, according to a neurologist from The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
3 Reasons Why Women Should Lift—and Lift Heavy
Done the right way, women dont have to worry about looking manly when taking on a weight-training program.