Iowa City, IA — Beyond waking up the metabolism and providing nutrients and energy to start the day, eating breakfast may drastically reduce the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease and stroke, results of a recent study indicate.
Washington — More pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities occurred in 2016 than in any other year over the past quarter century, and the rate of such deaths is growing rapidly, a recent report from the League of American Bicyclists shows.
Washington — As part of its effort to combat the nation’s opioid crisis, the Food and Drug Administration has launched a campaign to encourage Americans to safely remove and dispose of unused prescription opioids from their homes.
Columbus, OH — The number of emergency room visits involving young children swallowing foreign objects has nearly doubled over the past two-plus decades, a recent study from Nationwide Children’s Hospital shows.
Atlanta — Almost half of the 283,000 pediatric sports- or recreation-related traumatic brain injuries treated each year in U.S. emergency rooms are caused by contact sports, according to a recent study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Iowa City, IA — Cyberbullying is an issue many parents struggle to deal with appropriately, with many wondering how and when to report incidents involving their children, according to the results of a recent study.
Seattle — Poor nutrition is the main cause of more premature deaths worldwide than tobacco use, high blood pressure or any other health risk, according to a recent study out of the University of Washington.