Jan 26, 2018 … COLUMBUS, Ohio — They’re two of the most dreaded words for young children, but potentially among the most important: It’s bedtime! A recent study shows that keeping a regular schedule when it comes to sleep (and other daily routines) may help young children regulate their emotions, and consequently, avoid obesity later in childhood. Researchers from the…
The hands of time wait for no one, but according to a new study conducted at Concordia University, those hands are moving faster for obese individuals.
According to researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine, spending time with dogs as a child lowers one's chances of developing schizophrenia as an adult.
Researchers have discovered that obese people outnumber smokers in the United Kingdom by a two-to-one ratio. On the bright side, this means that less and less people are smoking. However, obesity is causing higher rates of certain types of cancer than smoking.
New research out of the Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) School of Medicine in Cleveland has found a link between the rising rate of obesity among U.S. adolescents and this spike in cancer cases among young adults.
Children who struggle to sleep soundly may battle eating issues and struggle to maintain a healthy weight over time, a recent study finds.