Dr. Jaime Taylor, Adolescent Medicine at Beaumont Children's, discusses the new guidance from The American Academy of Pediatrics for children struggling with obesity.
- The New Voice of Ukraine
300 wounded Wagner mercenaries brought to hospital in Luhansk Oblast, but ‘doctors refuse to treat them’
Up to 300 mercenaries from the Russian mercenary company Wagner Group were brought to the 15th city multidisciplinary hospital in Yuvileine, Luhansk Oblast, but doctors there have refused to treat them, the Ukrainian military’s General Staff reported on Facebook on Jan. 29.
- Eating Well
The dressing would also work well as a dip or spread, or over potato or pasta salad. This healthy, super-fast salad recipe swaps out romaine for kale, giving you more than 10 times the vitamin C. Easy flavor hacks like store-bought ranch and pickled jalapeños help make a creamy, tangy and spicy dressing you'll want to drizzle on everything from salad to sliced veggies and shredded poached chicken.
Don’t expect to adjust right away.
- Patriot Ledger
The 8-month-old boy who was seriously injured inside his Duxbury home Tuesday night has died of his injuries at a Boston hospital.
Brain exercises for memory include vigorous exercise, according to a new study. Here, experts explain the best brain-boosting exercises to try now.
"Knowing how important sleep is for long-term health and the well-being of our brain, I try to get 8 hours a night."
- Detroit Free Press
A community vigil was held in Pontiac on Sunday at the intersection Branch Street and Gillespie Avenue, near the field where Monica Cannady and her two young sons died of hypothermia.
- The Providence Journal
As Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson said, “The thing about science is, it’s true whether or not you choose to believe it.”
Don’t underestimate the power of these bodyweight exercises for an aerobic workout. You’ll target your entire body in 20 minutes while boosting your heart rate.
- Springfield News-Leader
Before visiting a marijuana dispensary, assess your goals, consumption preferences, and dietary restrictions.
- Eating Well
Find out why you need to be consuming omega-3 fatty acids to help improve your cognitive health.
- The Gaston Gazette
The amazing eat less exercise more diet
- The Conversation
Humans are 8% virus – how the ancient viral DNA in your genome plays a role in human disease and development
Pandemics over the course of evolution have led to the integration of viruses into our genome. Westend61via Getty ImagesRemnants of ancient viral pandemics in the form of viral DNA sequences embedded in our genomes are still active in healthy people, according to new research my colleagues and I recently published. HERVs, or human endogenous retroviruses, make up around 8% of the human genome, left behind as a result of infections that humanity’s primate ancestors suffered millions of years ago.
Here are the 5 things happy retirees do really, really well — perfect them now for the good life in your golden years
Glide right into retirement.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
Readers express support for Gov. Gavin Newsom's CARE Courts proposal, which would compel certain people into treatment.
- Business Insider
Some CEOs are pushing workers to return to the office, but it could come with a cost: hurting diversity
Remote work can benefit the underrepresented workers many companies are trying to retain and promote, according to research and anecdotes.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Whether you pledge a Sober Super Bowl or abstain from alcohol even longer, Dry January could serve as a reset for the year. Here's what to know.
- USA TODAY
So far this year, at least 10 other states have introduced bills targeting health care access for transgender and gender-nonconforming people.
- NBC News
Gov. Spencer Cox, who vetoed a similar bill last year, said he has no plans to veto this one, which has already made its way through the state legislature.
- Good Housekeeping
Jane Fonda revealed she still follows the routines from her ’80s fitness videos including ‘Jane Fonda’s Original Workout’ to stay in shape at 85.