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November 2013 Archives

Study indicates decline in heart-related fitness in youth

Parents may cite examples from their childhood in an effort to discipline or set an example for their children. At times, it may be hard to parse the objective factual details of such stories from the subjective aspects contributed by memory. A recent study, however, finds that there be might truth to at least one area of comparison.

National initiative will help disabled teenagers

Grades, social status and college applications may be common concerns for many teenagers. For disabled teenagers, however, such issues may be the least of their worries. In addition to learning how to adapt to any functional impairment presented by their condition, disabled teens may also wonder whether it will even be possible for them to attend college or find future employment.

Government ban of trans fats may reduce coronary heart disease

Fitness advocates and health magazines have long cited trans fats as an evil that must be eliminated in any new diet resolutions. Now, it seems that officials from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration have jumped on that bandwagon.

Study examines the relationship between diet and disability

As winter weather approaches, New Jersey readers may have thoughts of warm-weather destinations on their minds. The stress relief, rest and rejuvenation of an exotic locale are certainly beneficial to any wellness regime. According to a new study, some of the local fare may also provide benefit, at least for Mediterranean destinations.

Disability benefits may improve under new health care laws

Research advances have extended the treatment efficacies for many disabilities, including many conditions for which there is no known cure. However, there may still be long-term issues that arise as a result of taking prescription medications for incurable conditions. When that happens, an individual may no longer be able to continue working.

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