By Grace Bellinger – Blog Editor
- Longitudinal European study shows that working long hours may be associated with an increased risk for atrial fibrillation.
- Canadian researchers report that the use of certain antibiotics during pregnancy may increase the risk of birth defects.
- Study suggests that artificial sweeteners may be associated with an increased body mass index and higher risk of cardiovascular disease.
- New report states that up to one-third of dementia cases worldwide may have resulted from lifestyle factors.
- New study indicates that popular movies are showing more smoking on screen, which has been associated with a higher risk of smoking for children viewing such films.
- Houston is well-prepared for a Zika outbreak, a great example of the importance of preventative measures.
- Northwestern University study shows that less variation in cortisol levels is associated with poorer health.