Articles for Tag: "Centers for Disease Control"

Having a younger sibling may be good for your child’s health 
Having a younger sibling may be good for your child’s health
Children without a younger brother or sister by the time they reach first grade are three times more likely to be obese, new research suggests.
Millennials waiting longer to start families 
Millennials waiting longer to start families
Birth rates are at an all-time low for the second year in a row.
How dangerous is secondhand smoke? 
How dangerous is secondhand smoke?
The CDC found that one in four nonsmokers are still being exposed to the harmful chemicals. Learn more.
Infographic: Why volume matters with fruits and veggies 
Infographic: Why volume matters with fruits and veggies
Increasing your daily fruit and vegetable consumption may lower your risk for stroke and cancer.
How dealing with stress can save your life 
How dealing with stress can save your life
How you cope with tension goes a long way to preventing high blood pressure, ulcers and heart disease.
Surgery gives infants born with heart defects longer lives 
Surgery gives infants born with heart defects longer lives
Technology identifies babies with congenital heart disease allowing treatment to occur soon after birth.
Ready-to-eat foods for toddlers packed with salt, study says 
Ready-to-eat foods for toddlers packed with salt, study says
Whether it’s pizza, macaroni and cheese or chicken noodle soup, most convenience foods are stuffed with sodium.