The happiest, saddest states according to Twitter
Did your state make the list? Researchers at the University of Vermont analyzed more than 10 million tweets from 2011 to find the happiest and saddest states in America.
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FAD-FREE WEIGHT LOSS: High blood pressure fix up to you
As the coauthor of a cookbook for high blood pressure, it seems to make sense to share some blood pressure news with you since it’s High Blood Pressure Education Month. High blood pressure, or hypertension, affects nearly one in three adults and is referred to as the “silent killer” because it often has no signs or symptoms.
The connection between breakfast and academic achievement
Most people know it's hard for children to pay attention in school without eating breakfast. But now a team of researchers has found out why that is.
Most and least-fit states in the U.S.
A new report released by the Centers for Disease Control highlights adult fitness levels based on participation in aerobic and muscle-building activities. Find out which states came in with the fittest and least-fit populations.
Pfizer begins selling Viagra online to combat fake versions
Pfizer, the world's largest drugmaker, has started offering its impotence drug Viagra through a company-sponsored website to combat counterfeit versions that are sold online.
Tanning beds should carry skin cancer warnings, FDA proposes
Tanning beds would be forced to warn young people of the dangers of skin cancer and face tighter oversight under a proposal from U.S. regulators.
'Breathprints' offer clues about what makes you who you are
What makes your body different from everyone else's? Maybe you're thinking fingerprints or the DNA that you leave on everything you touch. Now, add your breath to that list.
Why are more children being diagnosed with autism?
Over the last two decades, the number of children diagnosed with autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), has risen at an alarming rate.
Relieve workplace stress through 'mindfulness'
Increasingly, the corporate world is turning to the practice of “mindfulness” to relieve stress and improve both health and productivity.
Spring yard work tips, stir-fry recipe and the lowdown on fast food and allergies in this weekend's USA Weekend
There are tips you can use in the upcoming USA Weekend in Saturday's paper!
Organic baby food more costly, not necessarily more nutritious
Squeezable pouches of organic baby food are as omnipresent on some American playgrounds as runny noses, diaper bags and overpriced strollers. But studies show that parents who are aiming to buy the best food for their infants may not need to spring for the expensive organics.
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