Adults with sleep apnea are more likely to have a rocky work history. Health programs at work can improve productivity at work. Friday is World Blood Donor Day.
4 Your Health
Adding more red meat to your diet could affect how long you live. Obesity can lead to high blood pressure in young children. And young people are dying from drugs and suicide in record numbers.
Americans dying from alcohol, drugs and suicide is at an all time high. A parent’s attitude on drinking affects their children. And more evidence strobe lights trigger seizures.
First responders are on the front lines in the race to save stroke victims lives.
How you sleep can directly affect your health. People with inconsistent sleep schedules face health risks. And an app that diagnoses coughs.
With the arrival of high temperatures it’s time to take care of your families skin and be wary of homemade sunscreens.
People with A-Fib may benefit from beta blockers. And a new app may help teens with memory and attention span.
Mental health issues may lead teens to start smoking. The cancer drug Keytruda is increasing survival rates. And laundry packets are still a danger to young children.
Parkinson’s are finding relief from Parkinson’s symptoms through karate.
Processed foods increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and early death. And women need to take fewer than 5,000 steps a day to lower their risk of early death.
Overweight teens face heart risk later in life. Sports has positive impact on teens’ mental health. And getting more exercise can also benefit teens’ sleep.
A Florida mother has made it her mission to stop dangerous myths about how to cure autism, something that has no medical cure.
Fewer people are dying from cancer but deaths from heart disease are up again. And patients want their doctors to prescribe cheaper meds.
A new survey finds 40 percent of adults admit they’ve gone to the bathroom in a swimming pool, but that’s not the worst information uncovered.
Artificial intelligence better at detecting lung cancer than radiologists. Steroids may increase the risk of infection after joint replacement. CBD is helping heroin addicts.
Carondelet St. Mary’s and St. Joseph’s hospitals are celebrating National Emergency Medical Services week by hosting barbecues and breakfasts for first responders, and free CPR training to the public.
Leading pediatricians say children are not eating enough seafood. Teenagers sleep better when they limit screen time. And a warning about using homemade sunscreen.
Many people with high blood pressure don’t have it under control. Weight loss surgery may be more effective when done earlier in life. And fear of world wide Measles outbreak.
(KPRC) Family planning and birth control are going digital. A study from Georgetown University shows one popular family planning app – DOT – is about
A look at the bad and good about legalizing marijuana. Lyme disease may be spreading to more urban areas. Doing puzzles helps to keep your brain sharp.