Los Angeles, California (NAPSI) - Across the nation, parents are taking a stand against obesity and the unhealthy eating habits that have become common in our homes. More and more parents are seeing that what they eat has an effect on their kids’ health.
Yuma, Arizona (NAPSI) - Here’s good news about health and heroism inAmerica today: More than 10.5 million people have made the commitment to donate marrow to a patient-a stranger-by joining the world’s largest volunteer marrow donor registry, the Be The Match Registry.
Yuma, Arizona (NAPSI) - The number of people over age 50 providing care for at least one living parent has soared to more than 10 million, according to the Center for Long Term Care Research and Policy at New York Medical College. This responsibility frequently comes at a time when caregivers are confronted with many other stressors, including retirement, financially supporting adult children or dealing with health concerns of their own.
Washington, DC (NAPSI) - How long and how well you live, research suggests, could depend on where you live.
Yuma, Arizona - Many people experience the first symptoms of depression during their college years, which may be an exciting time of growth and discovery but may also be stressful and overwhelming. When feelings of being overwhelmed go unattended, they can lead to more serious problems such as mood disorders, depression and anxiety. Those feelings can also lead to unhealthy forms of self-medication. But help is available at Arizona Western College.