New Study: Circumcision Rates Decline in U.S.

Source: Alter Net Fewer Americans are circumcising their infant boys, despite claims that the health benefits from the controversial practice outweigh the risks, according to a new Mayo Clinic Proceedings study, CBS News reported. The study found that circumcision rates had...
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Study: Running “May preserve thinking skills”

Source: BBC News Healh.com Aerobic exercise in your 20s may protect the brain in middle age, according to a US study. Activities that maintain cardio fitness – such as running, swimming and cycling – led to better thinking skills and memory 20 years on. Scientists say...
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Featured Video: Autisim Awareness Month – Brain Balance New Jersey

Autism Awareness Month: Brain Balance Achievement Centers Of New Jersey Allendale   ·   Cherry Hill   ·   Glassboro   ·   Princeton   ·   Summit The Brain Balance Program is the most comprehensive approach to the...
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The Tea Made Famous by Downtown Abbey: A Heart Health Aid?

Source: Daily Mail UK A cup of Earl Grey tea can lower cholesterol and reduce the chances of heart disease, according to scientists. The beverage, much favored in Downton Abbey, contains extracts of a fruit called bergamot which scientists believe is a superfood for the heart....
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New Evidence That Autism Begins In the Womb

Source: BBC.com Health Patchy changes in the developing brain long before birth may cause symptoms of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), research suggests. The study, in the New England Journal of Medicine, raises hopes that better understanding of the brain may improve the lives of...
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Featured Video: Affordable Healthcare Act Deadline Extended to April 15th, 2014

** NOTICE OF SPECIAL ENROLLMENT PERIOD THROUGH APRIL 15 ** Visit: CoverNJ.org · healthcare.gov · LegalConsumer.com or call: 1 800 318 2596 HHS is offering a special enrollment period through April 15 for individuals who made a good faith effort to enroll before the March 31...
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