February 27, 2012
Health Tip: Fruit Juices and Kids
While sugary fruit juices may be a favorite
for kids, too much can lead to obesity and tooth decay, the
American Academy of Pediatrics says.
Exclusive Breast-Feeding Best for Baby:
is recommended for a baby's first six months of life, followed by
continued breast-feeding along with food until a baby is at least
12 months old, the American Academy of Pediatrics reaffirms in a
new policy statement.
Rapid Flu Tests a Good First Step: Study
Rapid diagnostic influenza
tests provide an accurate diagnosis, and their use during flu
season could lead to earlier treatment for patients and help
prevent the spread of the illness, two new studies suggest.
Are the Rich Really Different From You and Me?
If a luxurious-looking car
heads in your direction, you may want to look out. That's the
message of a new observational study that contends that people who
drive expensive cars are more likely to cut off pedestrians and
ignore stop-sign etiquette.