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Researchers survey the factors that may lead to the growing rate of diabetes in sections of the U.S.
Children in the U.S. have a higher chance of developing allergies than foreign-born kids.
With summer on the horizon, individuals in the U.S. should take certain precautions to avoid West Nile virus infection.
With swimming season on the horizon, individuals may want to take certain precautions to avoid recreational water illness.
A survey by The Ohio State University shows that when people have the opportunity to participate in healthy behaviors, they are more likely to do so.
There are a few ways to prevent the harmful health risks associated with lead exposure in children.
Stroke is a health risk for younger populations in the U.S. and can lead to early death. By taking certain precautions, young people can prevent stroke and avoid potential early mortality.
The entire workplace can benefit from employers promoting both physical and mental wellness among their employees.