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Study: Expectant Fathers Should Watch What They Eat, Too

Source: Tree Hugger.com A study from McGill University has discovered that a father’s diet prior to conception is just as important as the mother’s when it comes to influencing their child’s health. The study examines vitamin B9, also known as folate, which comes from green leafy...
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Best Freehold Chiropractor of 2013 Announced

The Freehold Award Program has chosen Freehold Chiropractor, Dr. Russell Brokstein of Hometown Family Wellness Center for the 2013 Best of Freehold award in the chiropractors category. Every year the Freehold Award Program uses various forms of information to choose the winner in...
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Featured Video: A Day In the Life of A Cigarette

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Pediatricians: Avoid Raw Milk due to Infection Risks

Source: Yahoo News.com Pregnant women, babies and kids should not drink raw or unpasteurized milk, a group of pediatricians said on Monday. Because of infection risks, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Committee on Infectious Diseases and Committee on Nutrition also said...
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Ocean County Prosecutor Holds Heroin Epidemic Forum

Source: The Asbury Park Press The white paper bags lined the stage like a field of gravestones. One hundred and seven of them. They were blank but not nameless. One was for Raymond Farino, who was found dying on his dining room floor by his mother. Another was for Derek Russell,...
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Study: Black Teenage Pregnancy Rates On Sharp Decline

Source: News One For Black America.com Pregnancy rates among Black teenagers is on a steady decline, according to a recent study by the National Center For Health Statistics, which is a part of the Centers For Disease Control. Between 1990 and 2009, pregnancy rates fell by 51...
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