To Your Health Newsletter

To Your Health Newsletter

July, 2018 (Vol. 12, Issue 16)
Don't Pressure Your Picky Eater

Babies can be picky eaters once they transition to solid food, no doubt about it. (So can children of just about any age, as any parent can appreciate.) In many cases, parents resort to pressuring their child to eat when, what and how much they feel is necessary to ensure sound health and eating habits. According to new research, those efforts may be in vain, not to mention unnecessary.

Diet 101: A War You Can Win

9 Ways to Make Better Food Choices

Common Knee Injuries, Uncommon Sense

How to Avoid Surgery

Energy Boost: Running on Empty

When Fatigue Stops You in Your Tracks

Medicine Cabinet Dangers

Acid Suppressants Linked to Fracture Risk

Long Work Hours
Up Diabetes Risk

It's another long day at the office, but you've convinced yourself everything needs to be done today, before you go home. And yet you also realize tomorrow, and the day after that, and the week after that, will be the same. Bad news, and not just in terms of stress and potential burnout. We're talking about diabetes.

Drop the Gatorade,
Grab the Chocolate Milk

Since 1969, when Gatorade officially hit the U.S. market, the sports drink industry has been soaring. Stop by any field or gym on any given day and you'll undoubtedly see participants in various sports using these products. But are sports drinks your best options when it comes to exercise recovery? Not necessarily.

Is Too Much Screen Time Causing ADHD?

We've been focusing on screen time and health because, well, we're all spending too much time in front of our phones, tablets, laptops and TVs; and a growing body of research suggests it's negatively impacting our health, including this study that found teens were more likely to develop ADHD symptoms.

Antibiotics and Kidney Stones

Kidney stones can be painful ... so why would you do something that increases your risk of developing them?

Foods That Fight Inflammation

Rather than listing all the foods and snacks that should be avoided, let's focus on the foods that reduce inflammation.