Skip to Main Content
Search Site
Advanced Catalog Search

News Room

Latest News


Walking, biking and public transit may help people stay in shape

August 20, 2014
A recently published study found that individuals who take public transit, walk or bike to work are often thinner than those who drive their cars.

Parents should ease children into a school sleep schedule

August 20, 2014
During the summer months, children may have an altered sleep schedule, but when school starts, parents often become more strict with sleep and wake times.

Study: Shift workers rely on drugs for sleep, staying awake

August 18, 2014
Researchers from the Cochrane Reviews recently found that many shift workers take prescription or over-the-counter drugs to stay awake or fall asleep, despite the known benefits and risks of such medications.

Study: Mild concussion may cause thinking, memory issues

August 18, 2014
A recent study found that suffering even a mild concussion may lead to longer-term effects than previously thought.

Tips on dealing with swimmer's ear

August 15, 2014
Whether you compete in races or take part in the sport for exercise, swimming is great cardio.

Is there a best way to brush teeth?

August 13, 2014
Oral hygiene becomes important from the moment a baby start teething.

Full moons may affect quality sleep

August 13, 2014
Some people believe that the moon affect certain behaviors in people, though these ideas are often considered myths or old wives' tales.

Quick jogs may be beneficial for heart health

August 13, 2014
Running is one of the best options when it comes to cardio exercise, but people who tend to brag about how far or fast they run might be missing the point.

What not to say to those with anxiety

August 13, 2014
Feeling worried or anxious from time to time is normal, but people who suffer from anxiety conditions often experience intense and persistent emotions relating to uneasiness and/or fear on a daily basis.

Study: Some people with anxiety may experience epilepsy-like seizures

August 11, 2014
A new study from psychologist researchers from Arizona State University and the U.K. found that some people may have seizures that are mistaken for epilepsy but are actually connected to anxiety.