The most prevalent mental health diagnosis of children studied between the ages of three and 17 was Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), followed by depression, behavioral issues, and anxiety. Anxiety rates were considerably higher in this new study than data collected on the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) from 2001 to 2004.
Consumers are once again doubting the safety of cantaloupes, a year after a deadly outbreak of food poisoning caused by tainted melons killed at least 30 people and sickened 146 people.
Mosquitoes are on the rise this summer, and several cases of West Nile virus infections from mosquitoes have been reported in Texas along with a few deaths.l
Milwaukee alderman Jim Bohl wanted to stop fluoridation in his city. But he had to settle for a compromise. The city's aldermen recently voted to reduce the fluoride level from 1.1 to .7 parts per million.
A revolutionary change overtook America beginning in the l960s, and it’s one that had nothing to do with the usual suspects — long hair, war, sex or rock and roll.
It was an environmental change, but American pop culture noticed it long before mainstream science and medicine awoke to its consequences.
A movie put it to us as succinctly as possible. In The Graduate, a naive, confused college grad, representing his generation, was given advice from a businessman named McGuire.
Suspicions have been confirmed for those wary of vaccinating their children. A recent large study corroborates other independent study surveys comparing unvaccinated children to vaccinated children.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is predicting an epidemic of hepatitis C (Hep-C) among baby boomers.
The obesity epidemic may be slowing, but don't take in those pants yet.
How many children must be sacrificed before we get honest answers?