April 26, 2012
Aromatherapy: More Than Just a Pleasant Scent?
beginning to enter the medical mainstream, with groups as diverse
as the American Cancer Society and the U.S. Department of Veterans
Affairs touting the use of fragrance as a therapy that can
complement traditional health care.
Battling the Bullying of an Autistic Child
From the time she was a
toddler, Abby Mahoney's parents knew she was different. She could
name 200 dinosaurs by age 3, and offered up detailed theories about
why they became extinct.
Many U.S. Workers Sleep-Deprived: CDC
Many American workers get
fewer than six hours of sleep each night, putting themselves and
their co-workers at risk for serious and sometimes deadly
consequences, federal health officials said Thursday.
Healthy Behaviors Extend Life After Cancer, Experts
A healthy lifestyle --
including eating right, exercising and maintaining normal weight --
can boost the odds of long-term cancer survival, especially for
breast, colorectal or prostate cancer, according to new
recommendations from the American Cancer Society.