Health Tip: Yoga Can Help Your Health
(HealthDay News) -- No matter what style of yoga you prefer to
practice, it's a great exercise that offers a number of physical
and mental health benefits.
Health Tip: Give Acne the Boot
(HealthDay News) -- Acne and blemishes on the skin can affect
self-esteem, but there are ways to keep skin clear and acne at
When Size Matters, Men Can Turn to Penile Extenders: Study
THURSDAY, April 21 (HealthDay News) -- For men who believe size
matters -- and that their penises don't measure up -- success can
be found in certain non-surgical penile lengthening treatments, a
new study analysis by Italian researchers contends.
U.S. Parents Want Kids More Active During School Day: Poll
THURSDAY, April 21 (HealthDay News) -- A new poll finds that
almost all parents of young children believe it's important for
elementary school kids to get exercise during each school day.
However, one-third said their children don't get enough physical
activity at school.
Higher Death Rates Seen in Central Line Dialysis Patients: Study
THURSDAY, April 21 (HealthDay News) -- Doctors should avoid
delivering hemodialysis to kidney failure patients through a
central line catheter because that method is associated with a
higher risk of death shortly after beginning dialysis, a new study
Behavioral Therapy May Reduce Tourette Tics, Symptoms
THURSDAY, April 21 (HealthDay News) -- Tics and other problems
plaguing people with Tourette syndrome can be significantly reduced
with relaxation techniques and cognitive behavioral therapy,
according to a small new study.
Gut Bacteria Falls Into Three Major Types
THURSDAY, April 21 (HealthDay News) -- Just like eye color or
blood type, the bacteria that flourish in the gut can also be used
to categorize humans, new research finds.
Smoke-Free Laws Moving Ahead in U.S.
THURSDAY, April 21 (HealthDay News) -- Smoking bans in
workplaces, restaurants and bars across the United States are now
in place in half the states, and all such venues across the country
could be smoke-free by 2020, government researchers reported
Student Bullying Linked to Family Violence: CDC
THURSDAY, April 21 (HealthDay News) -- Student bullies, their
victims and bully-victims -- those who are victimized and also
engage in bullying -- face a broad range of health risks, including
family violence and intentional self-harm, a new U.S. study