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You'll get about 236,000 results when you look up the word "lullabye" on YouTube as well as other streaming websites. A new study suggests the reason behind this phenomenon: Children are being put to sleep using mobile in about one in four parents— oftentimes their very young children — to doze off. On Monday, the study appeared in the journal Pediatrics, discovers "almost universal exposure," early adoption, and use of mobile devices among young children. The findings could tell whether the long-studied "digital divide" between low-income.
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Let’s be real: Halloween candies and not a single one of them is actually good for us. Often full of preservatives, sugars and other additives are the food with paragraph-long ingredients lists. We tallied up the ingredients in 15 classic candies and here are the worst offenders. Kitkat You will find 15 ingredients, including PGPR, a cost-saving chocolate emulsifier often used instead of cocoa butter. Sugar, wheat flour, nonfat milk, cocoa butter, chocolate, palm kernel oil, lactose, milk fat, soy lecithin, PGPR, yeast, vanillin, artificial flavor, salt, sodium.
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Some diseases that affect adults could have been minimized in childhood. If children are allowed to sit in front of the TV most of the time or play their video games, then diseases such as heart attacks and high blood pressure are inevitable in adulthood. In order to correct this trend of bringing up children with digital toys, parents should enroll children in fitness classes for kids. It doesn't end with Kids and Fitness. As a parent you.
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Q. I would like to ask you a question regarding lowering cholesterol. I am 39 years old. When I had my annual blood examination (c/o our office) my cholesterol was 220. My doctor told me to watch my diet. I brought it down to 204 in 5 weeks, but he still told me to take pravastatin. I do not feel comfortable doing this. I think I can lower my blood cholesterol some more by adopting lifestyle changes watching my diet some more and adding exercise.
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At some point in our lives, cancer will rear its monstrous head — either to us directly or to the people we love. With 40% of Americans expected to get some form of cancer, the threat is a disarming and harrowing one. And according to a new report, American are swimming in a deadly, toxic stew of carcinogenic chemicals which threaten to drag ever more of us into cancer's waiting jaws. Who could have guessed that industrial chemicals and pesticides could do such serious damage to.
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