A baby’s babble may be cute, but new research shows it could also indicate if they will be good readers.
4 Your Health
A new study suggests managing pain after giving birth is important. And the HPV vaccine does not lead to riskier sexual behavior.
Ways to delay memory loss, obesity connection to colorectal cancer, and more women are getting C-sections. All of those findings are in Friday’s 4 Your Health.
A sit-stand desk could benefit your body and mind. Keeping hands clean is a good way to stay healthy. And women most at risk for childbirth complications.
Air pollution may increase the risk of mouth cancer. The best way to protect babies from whooping cough. Women are not getting adequate maternity care.
The length of flu season varies in cities. Taking a nap may help in making a tough decision. The cost of on fatal injuries. And
Losing weight could help lower the risk of breast cancer. Conditions impact fertility in women. And the need to increase HPV vaccinations.
Diabetes may be detected decades earlier. Arthritis linked to depression and anxiety. And vitamin D no boost to bone health.
Pregnancy connection to hot flashes. Light therapy may ease menopause symptoms. And breast cancer treatment’s effect on thinking.
Violent video games encourage aggressive behavior in kids. Drinking more water may reduce UTI’s. And drug helping women with bone loss.
Gunshot wounds are far deadlier than other types of trauma. And a closer look at bone fractures.
Vitamin D aiding children in controlling weight. And many Americans not eating enough seafood.
Poverty effects ability to learn. Less screen time is good for the brain. And parents not encouraging healthy eating at fast food restaurants.
Magic mushrooms could be a safe and effective sleep aid.
Teens who identify as “gender non-conforming” face a higher risk of mental distress. That’s according to a new poll of over 6-thousand high school students
Kids mimic mom’s pot use. Breast feeding keeps a baby’s weight down. And parents and doctor’s should counsel teens on driving.
The number of Alzheimer’s and dementia cases expected to double by 2060.
Alarming numbers about children killed by trains. Parents should ignore picky eaters. And high gluten raises risk for diabetes for moms.
Concussion symptoms can linger in kids for about four weeks. Kids at disadvantage when donor needed. Most children face adversity.
4 your health: more fatal heart attacks when it’s cold out; smoking causing hearing loss; Americans still can’t sleep
Heart attacks are more deadly when it’s cold outside. One in four Americans experience insomnia each year. Mothers who smoke before and after birth may impair hearing in young children.