Cancer Prevention

10 Tips For Keeping New Year's Resolutions

Chances are, at some time in your life, you've made a New Year's Resolution—and then broken it. This year, stop the cycle of resolving to make change, but then not following through. If your resolution is to take better care of yourself and get your inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) under control, you'll have a much better year if you are able to keep your resolution all year long. Here are 10 tips to help get you started.

'Scary' prediction for U.S. kids: 57% could be obese by age 35

Researchers from VU University Medical Centre in the Netherlands unveiled a new study that says being overweight during childhood triples the risk of developing depression in later life. Veuer's Lindsey Granger has details. Buzz60

17 Holiday Health Tips

 

 

 

 

 

 

Indulging Without Overindulging

Nine Year Study Finally Explains The Relationship Between Sugar And Cancer

Scientists have discovered the exact relationship between sugar and cancer by revealing that the way in which cancer cells break down sugar is linked to the stimulation of tumor growth.

Cancer cells tend to produce energy differently from normal cells – they use a process that involves fermentation of glucose into lactate, rather than ordinary respiration.

How To Make Your Safe Drinking Water Even Safer

Here are a few tips about how to make your safe drinking water even safer. Every night in the evening news, there’s yet another story about another contamination in our drinking water across the country somewhere. Under the 1976 Safe Drinking Water Act, only 91 contaminants are mandated to be regulated. That means that the 87,000 chemicals that are on the market and floating in our air and landing in our surface water bodies that become our drinking water, could certainly have many contaminants that we want to avoid.

Why Teens Are the Best Audience for Environmental Health Information! Princeton High School Lecture Series

 

In this Princeton Community Television interview, Dr. Aly Cohen discusses her new 6-lecture environmental health series that she is presenting at Princeton High School. Check out TheSmartHuman.com for more mind-expanding health news.

Thanksgiving Survival Guide

When we talk about a healthy Thanksgiving, we’re usually thinking about the meal itself – how to cut the calories, make healthy substitutions, and avoid overeating. And that’s part of it.

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