Sleep Apnea May Raise Risk of Depression

People with sleep apnea are at increased risk for depression, but continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy for their apnea may ease their depression, a new study suggests. The Australian study included 293 men and women who were newly diagnosed with Read more

'No significant link' between breastfeeding and higher IQ

The study was carried out by researchers from the University of London and King's College London. "Breastfeeding has no benefit over bottle feeding when it comes to a child's IQ," the Daily Mail says, reporting on the results of a study Read more

Short Legs May Explain Why Toddlers Teeter

Toddlers often spend more time wobbling than walking or running, and their short legs may be the reason why, new research says. Some experts believe that young children are clumsy because they simply haven't developed yet, but a team of British Read more

Why People in 'Tall' Nations Are More Likely to Be Slim

There may be a genetic link between being tall and being thin, a new study indicates. Researchers from Australia looked at nearly 9,500 people in 14 European countries and found a strong connection between genes that boost height and those associated Read more


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Nutrition and Exercise During Pregnancy

Healthy eating is vitally important during pregnancy to provide your baby with what it needs to grow and be healthy. Pregnant women need 300 extra calories per day.. read more

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