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Manage Depression with Lifestyle Coaching

For seniors suffering from mild depression, therapies that help people feel more in control of their lives tend to work well at preventing major depression. View Full Post


Is Autism on the Rise?

Last week the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released some troubling new data: Autism rates in children continue to rise -- from 1 in 88 in 2008 to 1 in 68 today. View Full Post


Autism May Begin Well Before Birth

For years scientists have been trying to understand autism spectrum disorders and the causes behind it. Now, new research published in The New England Journal of Medicine adds mounting evidence that autism could begin as early as the second trimester of pregnancy. View Full Post


As Concussions Rise, Is MRI Enough?

When a football player makes an awesome tackle that flattens the opponent, the crowd usually goes wild. What most fans don't see in all the excitement is the ugly side of sports -- brain injury. View Full Post


3 Exercises for a Flatter Belly

With beach weather just around the corner, who isn't thinking about shedding a few pounds and tackling that muffin top? So we hit the floor and bang out some crunches, but our pants still fit a bit snugger than we would like. What gives? View Full Post