Iflove Health and Fitness Headlines Today: Eat Less, Drink More for Your Long Life

Iflove Health and Fitness Headlines Today: Eat Less, Drink More for Your Long Life

As a Chinese Saying goes, Eat Less, Drink More for Your Long Life. Everyone want to have a lonig-term life. But few western people understand what the Chinese has done for thousand of years.

However, people of the western countries has their views. Let’s read the iflove health and fitness headlines today, as following:

Gene therapy ‘aids youth’s sight

By Pallab Ghosh A 17-year-old whose sight was failing has had his vision improved in a pioneering operation carried out by doctors at Moorfields Eye Hospital.
Altered Viruses Reversed Progressive Blindness, Studies Say Washington Post
Blind get hope through gene therapy Los Angeles Times
Lip Balms and Glosses May Boost Skin Cancer Risks

SATURDAY, April 26 (HealthDay News) — Shiny lip balms and glosses may attract ultraviolet rays and increase the risk of skin cancer, warns a dermatologist at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas.
Shiny Lip Glosses Increase Cancer Risk eFluxMedia
Doctor: Shiny Lip Balms May Increase Risk for Skin Cancer FOXNews
Smoking ban behind attempts to quit

More than 40% of smokers in England tried to kick the habit in the year it was banned in enclosed public places, it was revealed. The matter is being discussed at a conference in Cardiff organised by Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) Wales.
Tobacco and health: The smoking gun
Schools combat smoking The State
Number of pregnant diabetics rises sharply

By Kathleen Fackelmann, USA TODAY The number of women with diabetes giving birth more than doubled recently, a finding that raises health concerns for both mothers-to-be and babies.
study: Diabetes before motherhood on the rise The Associated Press
Diabetes Rate Before Pregnancy Doubles Wall Street Journal
FDA Panel Urges More Data on Laser Vision Surgery

By DOW JONES After hearing testimony from patients whose vision was impaired by laser surgery, a Food and Drug Administration panel said Friday that the agency should do a better job informing patients of the surgery’s risks.
FDA Panel Urges Stronger Warnings for LASIK Surgery Washington Post
FDA to review Lasik eye surgery side effects Los Angeles Times
Chocolate ‘may cut diabetes risk’

Scientists are to investigate whether eating chocolate can reduce the risk of heart disease in women with diabetes. Volunteers – postmenopausal women with type 2 diabetes – will be asked to eat a bar of chocolate a day for a year.
Wanted for health experiment: women to eat chocolate Times Online
Wanted: 150 women to eat chocolate
Veterans Affairs official denies cover-up of suicide rates

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – A top-ranking official at the Department of Veterans Affairs defends the agency’s treatment of disabled veterans and denies the agency has tried to cover up the number of veterans committing suicide.
VA Health Head Grilled Over Suicide Data CBS News
A Suicide Tracking System for VA?
Indonesia Holds Massive Bird Flu Drill

By VOA News Indonesia has launched a massive bird flu drill to prepare for the possibility of a human-to-human outbreak of the deadly virus.
Extensive Indonesian Bird Flu Crisis Drill eFluxMedia
Indonesia Holds Bird Flu Practice Emergency Drill Dog Flu Diet and Diseases
Lip Balms and Glosses May Boost Skin Cancer Risks

SATURDAY, April 26 (HealthDay News) — Shiny lip balms and glosses may attract ultraviolet rays and increase the risk of skin cancer, warns a dermatologist at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas.
Shiny Lip Glosses Increase Cancer Risk eFluxMedia
Doctor: Shiny Lip Balms May Increase Risk for Skin Cancer FOXNews
Smoking ban behind attempts to quit

More than 40% of smokers in England tried to kick the habit in the year it was banned in enclosed public places, it was revealed. The matter is being discussed at a conference in Cardiff organised by Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) Wales.
Tobacco and health: The smoking gun Telegraph.co.uk
Schools combat smoking The State
FDA reviewing plastic ingredient BPA

By Liz Szabo, USA TODAY The Food and Drug Administration is reconsidering the safety of a hormone-like chemical, bisphenol A, or BPA, commonly found in baby bottles and infant formula cans.
Regulation of chemical in plastics probed United Press International
Bisphenol A: Chemical Industry Defends Itself, Condemned Point of Law
Possible Viral Links to Lung Cancer Risk Uncovered

By Alan Mozes FRIDAY, April 25 (HealthDay News) — Although smoking is well-established as an independent risk factor for lung cancer, two new studies suggest that two different viral infections might boost a smoker’s already substantial risk for …
Common Viruses May Contribute To Development Of Lung Cancer MedHeadlines
Disordered Eating Is Widespread Among US Women

FRIDAY, April 25 (HealthDay News) Nearly two-thirds (65 percent) of young American women report disordered eating behaviors, and 10 percent report symptoms of eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia nervosa or binge eating disorder, …
Survey suggests 65% of women in the US could have an eating disorder News-Medical.net
Survey: Disordered Eating Behaviors Common among US Women eFluxMedia
Health/Science blog excerpts

The public is increasingly anxious about hard, transparent, plastic baby bottles, hiking containers, and other consumer goods made with the chemical bisphenol A. Two weeks ago, Canada announced a ban on such baby bottles as a precautionary measure, …
Utahns discard plastic bottles and containers for BPA-free … Salt Lake Tribune
Bisphenol A alert in Canada Solid Waste & Recycling
Docs Fear Deadly Combo of Flu, MRSA

By DAN CHILDS One is a viral illness responsible for an estimated 35000 deaths every year. The other is a potentially deadly superbug, a horrifying legacy of antibiotic overuse that is now resistant to almost every treatment today’s doctors can throw …
Experts concerned about flu, MRSA combo United Press International
Doctors Fear Deadly Combo Of MRSA, Flu Could Lead To Pandemic dBTechno
Race for the Cure

Thousands are taking to the streets of downtown Lansing Sunday in a Race for the Cure. The annual fundraiser for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation begins at 2 pm.
Race still targets breast cancer Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Test drive a BMW for a good cause Tulsa World
March raises millions to fight birth defects

About 40000 people turned out Sunday for the March of Dimes’ March for Babies at the University of Houston, an event that raised $3.6 million that will be used to help prevent premature births and fight birth defects.
Preemies’ survival to help other infants live Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Walkers in park rejoice in baby’s health Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
Viruses may raise the risk of lung cancer

Keep a Diet before Pregnancy If You Want a Baby Girl

By Matthew Williams A new survey by the University of Exeter in England reveals that women’s pre-pregnancy eating habits can influence the gender of their child.
Cereal Mothers: Babies’ Sex Linked to Moms’ Breakfast Calories Scientific American
Study shows bananas make baby boys WFLX Fox 29

Lexington Is USA’s Worst City For Allergy Sufferers

According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA), Lexington, Kentucky, is the worst city for allergy sufferers in the USA.
AAFA releases the list of Worst Cities for Spring Allergies The Money Times
AAFA Reveals Worst Cities In US For Spring Allergies dBTechno

Survivors, caregivers share night of fellowship

By Ben Lockridge / staff writer Kahlmus Auditorium on the campus of Mississippi State University-Meridian was brimming with people Sunday who came out to meet with others like them – cancer survivors.
Reception Held To Honor Cancer Survivors WTOK
$180K raised for cancer research Biloxi Sun Herald

Second case of rubella confirmed

By SUSANNE RUST Waukesha County officials have confirmed a new case of rubella, or German measles, in a woman. The Milwaukee Health Department has set up a hotline to provide information.
New Case Of Rubella Confirmed
Second Rubella Case Found Newsradio 620
HEALTH CARE: Free medical screenings offered

Free health screenings begin Monday in the Detroit area as part of the annual Cover the Uninsured Week. Participants will receive free cholesterol, blood pressure, weight and other measurements.
Week of events set to help the uninsured The Flint Journal
Cover the Uninsured
Gene therapy ‘aids youth’s sight

By Pallab Ghosh A 17-year-old whose sight was failing has had his vision improved in a pioneering operation carried out by doctors at Moorfields Eye Hospital.
Altered Viruses Reversed Progressive Blindness, Studies Say Washington Post
Blind get hope through gene therapy Los Angeles Times

Iflove Health and Fitness Headlines Today: Eat Less, Drink More for Your Long Life

As a Chinese Saying goes, Eat Less, Drink More for Your Long Life. Everyone want to have a lonig-term life. But few western people understand what the Chinese has done for thousand of years.

However, people of the western countries has their views. Let’s read the iflove health and fitness headlines today.

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