Millions risk secondhand smoke exposure in airports
A new CDC report shows that one in four of the largest U.S. airports still allow smoking indoors, putting air travelers and workers at risk of exposure to secondhand smoke.
Diabetes could affect more than half of the U.S. population
Unless significant changes are made‚ more than half of all Americans could have diabetes or prediabetes by the year 2020.
Eating disorders in children on the rise
According to a new study, eating disorders have risen steadily in children and teens over the last few decades, with some of the sharpest increases occurring in boys and minorities.
How much vitamin D is enough?
New dietary guidelines say there’s no proof that megadoses of vitamin D prevent cancer, diabetes, or other conditions.
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