Teen Insomnia Linked To Family And Friends: No Prescription Necessary For A Real Cure
A University of Cincinnati researcher suggests that social ties may contribute more to changing sleep patterns among adolescents than ebbing hormones.
International Volunteers Aren’t ‘Prepared’ For Medical Risks
A new survey found that many young people volunteering in the developing world are not prepared to deal with the risk of malaria and other foreign diseases.
USDA Aims To 'Modernize' Salmonella Prevention In Poultry, Pork Production
Hoping to reduce the number of Salmonella infections from poultry and pork, the USDA announced new plans for prevention.
Vitamin C-Infused Shower Heads Could Improve Your Skin And Hair
Vitamin C-infused shower heads are believed to reduce chlorine in your tap water, which could result in healthier hair and skin.