Parents Fear Hearing Loss from Music Player Use

October 9, 2009

Many parents are worried their children may suffer from damage to their hearing from regular use of music players and other habitual forms of exposure to loud noise. Press Release Service – Wired PR News – Many parents are reportedly worried that music players and other devices that warrant their children plugging listening devices into […]

Job Loss Fear’s Affect on Health

September 7, 2009

A new study suggests fear of job loss may have a greater impact on health than job loss itself. Press Release Service – Wired PR News – A new study proposes that fears surrounding losing one’s job may have more of an impact on the physical and mental health of individuals than actually experiencing the […]

TV Ads Can Increase Snacking!

July 2, 2009

Researchers have proposed that people can be influenced to eat via television ads. Wired PR News – Television ads can reportedly have a significant impact on one’s eating habits. As reported by HealthDay News, researchers have found that TV ads featuring food can increase snacking for adults and children, and may lead to higher risks […]

Job Stress Linked to Low Birth Weight

June 20, 2009

Stress on the job may be harmful for the health of babies in the womb. Wired PR News – Stress on the job for expectant mothers may lead to serious health complications for babies at birth. As reported by HealthDay News, a new study has proposed a link between work related stress for pregnant women […]

Swine Flu Cases Have Surfaced in Each US State

June 4, 2009

Cases of the swine flu have reportedly surfaced in every state in the country. Wired PR News – Health officials have stated that cases of the swine flu have been found in each state in the U.S. As reported by HealthDay News, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stated this week that the total […]

Cola Consumed in Excess Linked to Health Issues

May 29, 2009

Drinking too much cola can reportedly lead to muscle problems. Wired PR News – Too much cola is linked to health complications. As reported by HealthDay News, researchers have proposed that drinking cola in excess can lead to hypokalemia, which can affect essential muscle functions. In a study conducted on individuals who drank a daily […]

Swine Flu Could Return Next Flu Season

May 7, 2009

Some predict the return of the swine flu outbreak next winter. Wired PR News – The swine flu outbreak may reemerge next winter. As reported by HealthDay News, some experts are saying that the flu will likely reappear like other seasonal flu viruses after leaving during the summer months. Dr. Len Horovitz with New York […]

Sweet Tooth Linked to Childhood Growth Spurts

March 26, 2009

A new study found that growing bones may be to blame for a child’s sweet tooth.Wired PR News – A new study has linked a child’s preference for sweets to rapid growth. As reported by HealthDay News, researchers found that children with faster rates of growth may have more of an appetite for sweets than […]

Wine May Lower Risks for Esophageal Cancer

March 3, 2009

Drinking wine may lower one’s risks for esophageal cancer. – Wine may contain properties that help prevent esophageal cancer. As reported by Health Day News, a new study revealed that drinking a glass of wine daily may lower risks of developing Barrett’s esophagus, which is a predecessor to esophageal cancer. As noted in the […]

Caffeine and Skin Cancer Protection

February 28, 2009

Caffeine may have skin cancer protection properties according to new study. Wired PR – New research may help validate claims that caffeine contains some skin cancer protection properties. As reported by HealthDay, the effect of caffeine was examined on human skin cells that received ultraviolet radiation exposure, and it was found that caffeine destroyed […]

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