WASHINGTON — House Republicans on Wednesday weighed legislation that could lower the number of students receiving free and reduced-price meals at school.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
In the United States, strokes are the fifth leading cause of death. Most strokes are caused by a blood clot in the brain, which can be treated with a time-sensitive medicine, but few get to the hospital in time. Now,…
By PBS NewsHour
People who look at a glass of water and see it as half-full, are two times more likely than their 'glass-half-empty' counterparts to be in good cardiovascular health, according to findings recently published in the journal Health Behavior and Policy…
By Carey Reed
The American Heart Association published recommendations Monday to control the e-cigarette market. The policies, featured in Circulation, focus on the role of advertisers and clinicians in dealing with the product, as well as the vitality of more research.
By Anna Christiansen
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