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Potato chips make you gain weight? Who knew? Credit: AP LOS ANGELES (AP) - Blame the potato chip. It's the biggest demon behind that pound-a-year weight creep that plagues many of us, a major diet study found. Bigger than soda, candy ...It's the biggest demon behind that pound-a-year weight creep that plagues many of us, a major diet study found.
Jennie Finch welcomed another baby boy, Diesel Dean Daigle, on June 19th. Credit: AP When softball phenom named her first son Ace, we got it. She is a pitching ace, after all. But when she announced her second son would be called ...The softball pitcher's son will join big brother Ace.
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Midwives don't only deliver babies, they can deliver health services to women, as well, something that could affect newborn and maternal deaths worldwide, the Associated Press reports.According to the news ...United Nations study finds governments should support more resources for midwives.
1 in 13 children in the U.S. have a food allergy. Credit: Getty Images
CHICAGO (AP) - Food allergies affect about one in 13 U.S. children, double the latest government estimate, a new study suggests.The researchers say about 40 ...Peanuts and milk were the most common sources.
Kids only need two cups of milk and not a gallon! Credit: Getty Images "Fresh, wholesome milk ... Vitamin D, calcium, essential for good strong bones and healthy teeth. But that's all Greek to you, isn't it, Mr. Gingivitis?" -- Sgt. ...Researchers strike a balance between getting enough Vitamin D without risking iron deficiency.
Researchers found that preschoolers who don't get enough sleep often develop attention problems. Credit: Getty Images
Lack of sleep can cause ... uh ...It can cause something. What was it? This is silly. There was just a story ...Sleep problems may be an omen of attention-deficit problems to come.
Study shows pregnant women who sleep on their left side reduce the risk of stillbirths. Credit: Getty Images
The position you sleep in could be a matter of life and death for your unborn children.Researchers in New Zealand tell ...Study says sleeping on your left side might be a matter of life and death for your unborn infant.
Watch Videos Related to Sunscreen UVA RatingsDevon Garrison plays in the pool at the clubhouse of his sub-division in Montgomery, Ala., Tuesday, June 14, 2011. Garrison wears sunscreen with an SPF factor of 100. Credit: ...Under new rules published Tuesday, sunscreen will also have to protect against the more penetrating ultraviolet A rays associated with skin cancer.