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December 2012

Can Autism be Linked to Traffic Pollution?

Published in the Archives of General Psychiatry, researchers at the University of California submitted a journal claiming that they may have found solid evidence for a surprising (and shocking) link between traffic pollution and the development of autism in children.…

Did You Know These 8 Health Benefits of Drinking Water?

If you think water is nothing more than a thirst quencher, think again. Drinking the right amount of water is very essential for your overall health. Aside from keeping your cells hydrated, water helps your body systems work properly and…

Which Foods in Your Fridge Should Be Organic

In recent years there has been an enormous amount of talk about going organic. You’ve probably even heard of the best organic SEO marketing programs out there. So it appears the concept of “organic” has some sort of positive connotation.…

Upper and Lower Body Workout with @LauraLostWeight

If you go to the gym and pay close attention to what everyone is doing, more often than not, you will notice that most guys are on the bench press machines and the girls are either on the treadmill or…

Barcode Labels Can Save Hospital Patients

The health of patients at a hospital is vital, obviously. If they are not given the right medication or care when it is needed, they may suffer in the long run. This not only makes it difficult for them to…

Mini Workouts: The Plateau Busting Theory Put to the Test

A typical workout for an average person consists of about 30 minutes to 1 hour of lifting weights.  If exercises are performed incorrectly, the load on the muscles and stress on the joints of these repeated movements causes both short…

Protein May Be Essential for Fighting ADHD

Parents who have children with ADHD are always wondering what they can do to lessen the symptoms. Your child’s diet plays a key role in managing their symptoms. Studies have found that a protein rich diet can help manage ADHD…

Relieve On-the-Job Stress with a Smarter Approach to Work

Work doesn’t have to overwhelm every day. While one in three people say they aren’t happy with the amount of stress they have from work, an equal number of people say they enjoy their jobs. What’s the difference between the…

Obesity and its Costs: A Business Perspective

The increase of obesity in Americans has created some unexpected expenses. Not only are people experiencing an increase in health costs, but fuel use and food consumption have risen. Airlines and trains are considering installing wider seats, which will be…

Evaluating Job Safety and Fatality Statistics

It’s not hard to imagine which types of jobs are most dangerous. Fatal workplace injuries in 2010 totaled 4,547, and there are a variety of causes related to those deaths. The predominant cause of job related deaths was transportation, which…

Going Green – Using Public Transportation

Going green is the key thing that people can do to save the environment. Using public transportation is one of the simplest things that people can do to live a green lifestyle. Studies have shown that public transportation helps save…