By Kathi Cameron,
For some, the holiday season is all about joy, giving to others, family, and good food. For others, it can be a stressful, torturous venture into the depths of family dysfunction, overeating, and high credit card debt. With the pressures and expectations of home decorating, home cooking, and holiday parties coupled with the navigation of the overcrowded malls and parking lots, tis the season for stress, emotional eating, and chronic fatigue.
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by Janine Puhak
Though alternatives like chocolate milk and fruit cups are available to replace soda and French fries as sides in kid’s meals across thousands of American fast-food chains, a new study claims that kids in the U.S. are not only opting for the unhealthier choices when dining out — they’re consuming more fast food than in years past.
In recent years, significant strides in pediatric cancer research have drastically decreased the odds of children dying after they are diagnosed. As the chances of children dying from cancer are decreasing, health care providers are taking steps to protect children from future side effects of cancer treatment. One of the newest ways is a procedure called cryopreservation.
By JOE DZIEMIANOWICZ
Television-loving toddlers are in for poor health in adolescence.