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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, pets actually make a difference when it comes to cardiovascular health, including lowering blood pressure, cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
People who have suffered head injuries are four times more likely to develop Parkinson's disease (also known as "PD") than those who have never had head trauma, according to Mayo Clinic researchers. This finding might have far-ranging implications for sports such as boxing and football.
Eight years after the September 11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, many people in close proximity to the tragedy continue to experience sometimes grave psychological and emotional problems, a new study reveals.
For twelve seasons, Brian Grant prowled the courts of the NBA, battling the league’s best centers. Now, after being diagnosed with young onset Parkinson’s disease, Grant is battling a different opponent.
Ghostwriting is a booming industry used by everyone from large corporations to your favorite celebrity to your neighbor’s grandmother. But few people who are looking for a writer really know how ghostwriting works.
While the number of people diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease worldwide is already thought to be more than four million, a new study says that the world’s largest nations are set to see a doubling of that number within twenty-five years.
When Fernando Lugo, president of Paraguay and former Catholic bishop, admitted recently to fathering a child while still in the priesthood, he renewed the calls from some quarters to do away with celibacy altogether.
A recent poll of Austrians found that ninety-two percent are opposed to the Catholic Church’s requirement that its priests remain celibate—a remarkably high percentage in a nation that is three-quarters Roman Catholic.
Since September 11, 2001, 283 World Trade Center first responders have been diagnosed with cancer and thirty-three have died. Now doctors are unsure how many more might be claimed by the aftereffects of their time at Ground Zero.
For more than two decades, states around the country have required divorced parents to provide local courts with documentation detailing parenting schedules. Further legislation by some states orders children to spend a certain amount of time with each parent. But is it all enough?
The Parkinson’s Action Network (PAN) will host its annual Research & Public Policy Forum on March 15-17 in Washington, D.C. It’s a chance for one of PAN’s state coordinators to continue an advocacy she bolstered with her wildly successful book.
This year, more than five million kids will undergo surgical procedures. And for those children and their parents, few things in life are scarier. Most parents don’t know where to begin when they hear, “Your child needs surgery” from their pediatricians. Fortunately, they can start here.
Despite an increase in requirements that high school students perform volunteer work in order to graduate, one author believes that more can be done to teach children, especially younger children, about the power of being a good citizen.
President Barack Obama has made headlines around the world as the first African-American to fill the role of President of the United States. So what effect will his position as president have on kids around the country who might also feel "different"?
Divorced parents raising children in separate households often miss parts of their children’s lives in which they’d like to be involved. It’s a reality made just a little easier because of a book by divorced parents, for divorced parents.
One of the first responders who helped clear debris and search for bodies at the World Trade Center site is hoping President-elect Barack Obama doesn’t repeat the mistakes made by the Bush administration in handling the care of his fellow volunteers.
As the country’s economic crisis worsens even while the US government pumps billions of dollars into failing banks and industries, another major threat to the nation’s financial stability is going unnoticed.
A study released this week by Columbia University researchers found that young children exposed to anesthesia may be more prone to developing behavioral and developmental disorders than their peers, though researchers said the study was limited.
In the last few years, several books have caused readers to embark on treasure hunts in search of gold or jewels, such as Michael Stadther’s A Treasure Trove or The Secrets of the Alchemist Dar. But, there is yet to be a book that leads readers on a global hunt for an unknown treasure.
Extreme adventures are activities that are perceived as having a high level of danger or difficulty, involving one or more of the following: speed, height, specialized gear or extending beyond the common level of physical exertion.
As the country nears the one-year anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Federal Abortion Ban, pro-choice activist Dr. Kenneth C. Edelin is more determined than ever to make certain that women are not forced to consider more dangerous and life threatening means of terminating pregnancies.