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Archive of: Health Brief and NAPC

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Sleep Affects Kids’ Waistline

Sleep Affects Kids’ Waistline

Recent research suggests that today’s obese kids are suffering from more than a diet too high in fat and sugar and too little exercise. Fat also is generated by a lack of sleep.

January 2008
Aromatic Dining

Aromatic Dining

Spain’s avant-garde restaurant El Bulli knows the value of using the olfactory element to enhance mindful enjoyment of good food.

January 2008
It’s in the Bag

It’s in the Bag

Today’s super-sized handbags are dishing out an epidemic of sore shoulders, stiff necks and painful backs.

March 2007

Take a Load Off

Inventor Larry Rome has created an ergonomic backpack that helps save bones and muscles from the negative effects of toting around heavy loads.

March 2007

Paralysis by Analysis

In the essay, “What’s Making Us Sick is an Epidemic of Diagnoses,” Dr. H. Gilbert Welch concludes that “the biggest health threat…is our health-care system.”

March 2007
Healthier Pots & Pans

Healthier Pots & Pans

The next generation of stoveware will happily wean us from the recent misguided era of no-stick coatings that contain carcinogens.

March 2007
Grocery Produce Alert

Grocery Produce Alert

When organic fruits and veggies aren’t available, we can turn to the next “best bet.”

March 2007
Healthy Pick

Healthy Pick

According to studies, when it comes to disease-fighting antioxidants, cloudy apple juice appears to be the clear winner.

March 2007
Skin Wins

Skin Wins

Orly International, OPI Products and Sally Hansen have eliminated the toxic chemical dibutyl phthalate (DBP) from their nail polish and nail treatment products.

March 2007
Sharper Image

Sharper Image

Working out regularly and still not satisfied with your appearance? The culprit could be your exercise routine.

March 2007
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