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Researchers Warn Not Give Melatonin to Children
Health & Wellness  (tags: melatonin, pharmacology, sleep disorders, endocrinology, warningsresearch, children, AlternativeMed, risks, safety, science, study )

Deb
- 1 day ago - examiner.com
Sleep researchers at the University of Adelaide are warning doctors and parents not to provide the drug melatonin to children to help control their sleep problems.
ADHD Linked to Increased Mortality Especially in Females
Health & Wellness  (tags: ADHD, increased mortality, co-existing disorders, unnatural causes, femaleschildren, death, health, study, research )

Deb
- 1 day ago - examiner.com
People diagnosed with ADHD in adulthood(18 years or older) had a four times higher risk of dying prematurely compared to those diagnosed in childhood and adolescence.
Peanut Consumption in the First Year of Life Reduces Peanut Allergies
Health & Wellness  (tags: infants, peanuts, allergy immune responses, diettreatment, research, children, disease, diet, health, babies, food )

Deb
- 3 days ago - examiner.com
A study conducted by the Immune Tolerance Network found infants who are at least 4 months who consume peanuts have an overall 81 percent reduction of peanut allergy compared to children who avoid peanuts in the diet.
Intense Anger Linked to Heart Attacks
Health & Wellness  (tags: trigger, anger, anxiety, coronary occulsion, mayocardial infraction research, illness, study )

Deb
- 4 days ago - allvoices.com
University of Sydney research confirms that episodes of intense anger, defined as being âEUR~very angry, body tense, clenching fists or teethâEUR(TM) within two hours of episode is linked with a 8.5 times higher risk for a heart attack.
Highly Processed Foods Linked to Food Addiction
Health & Wellness  (tags: processed foods, addictive-like eating behaviors, diet, food addiction, drug addictionAlternativeMed, diet, disease, illness, food )

Deb
- 5 days ago - examiner.com
A new University of Michigan study found that highly processed foods, with added amounts of fat and/or refined carbohydrates (e.g., sugar, white flour), were most likely to be associated with behavioral indicators of addictive-like eating.
Redshirting Could Lead to Poorer Academic Performance on Tests
Health & Wellness  (tags: delayed school entry, age-appropriate school entry, born prematurely, academic performanceresearch, science, risks )

Deb
- 8 days ago - allvoices.com
Many parents are keen to hold their children back a year if they were born prematurely or in the summer months arguing that they are not mature enough to start school. However, new research finds. . .
Carmel Coloring in Food and Beverages a Possible Human Carcinogen
Health & Wellness  (tags: beverages, 4-methylimidazole, carmel coloring, carcinogen, cancer riskdiet, disease, food, health, research, study )

Deb
- 8 days ago - examiner.com
In an analysis public health researchers found that between 44 and 58 percent of people over the age of six typically have at least one can of soda per day, possibly more, potentially exposing them to 4-methylimidazole (4-MEI),
Ovulation Influences a WomanâEUR(TM)s Desire for Variety in Consumer Choices
Health & Wellness  (tags: AlternativeMed, news, women )

Deb
- 10 days ago - allvoices.com
New research from The University of Texas at San Antonio College of Business suggests women seek more options in dating partners near ovulation which may lead them to also seek a greater variety of products and services.
One in Three Physicians Would Grant Assisted Suicide for Dementia Patents
Health & Wellness  (tags: euthanasia and physician-assisted suicid, tired of living. psychiatric disease, controversialhumans, disease, AlternativeMed, study )

Deb
- 10 days ago - examiner.com
A study published online in the Journal of Medical Ethics finds approximately one in three physicians find it conceivable that they would perform euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide in patients
Positive Association Found Between Air Pollution and Suicide
Health & Wellness  (tags: air pollution, environmental exposure, nitrogen dioxide, particulate matter, suicideresearch, health )

Deb
- 12 days ago - allvoices.com
Research published in The American Journal of Epidemiology, had found positive associations between air pollution and suicide from short-term exposure to nitrogen dioxide and fine particulate matter among Salt Lake City residents between 2000 to 2010.
 
 
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