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Newborns arrive in this world somewhat half-baked or, in the more measured words of evolutionary anthropologist Wanda Trevathan of the University of New Mexico, "a little unfinished, if you will." Parents declare them beautiful, these wailing bundles of...
Special to the TribuneAlmost everywhere you look, you're bombarded with advertisements shilling products that promise "energy," "pep" and "vigor" — all with little to no side effects. You can buy the products at any convenience or grocery store or by mail order. With the...
The anti-caffeination movement (which includes Connecticut's ever-energetic U.S. Sen. Dick Blumenthal) seems to have scored a mini-victory. Wrigley has announced that it's pulling (at least for now) its "Alert Energy Caffeine Gum" from the store...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A group representing U.S. pediatricians said this week that its members should pay special attention to the healthcare needs of immigrant children and support health insurance for all - regardless of legal status. "It doesn'...
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Less than a week after the Food and Drug Administration announced that it would investigate the safety of added caffeine in U.S. food and beverage products, Wrigley North America has decided to put its bid to market a caffeinated gum on hold out of...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Practicing with lighter baseballs may help teen pitchers improve their throwing speeds while also reducing the risk of overuse injuries, a small study from Taiwan suggests. After 10 weeks of training, young players who had...
Letters to the editor from Naperville, Lisle and Aurora residents. Speed risks The proposed change in Illinois' speed limit from 65 to 70 miles per hour on tollways and interstate highways increases the risk of damage. The approximately 8 percent...
President Obama spit his game, as the kids say, when he spoke to an enthusiastic crowd at a Planned Parenthood conference a little over a week ago: “You’re making me blush,” he cooed to their thunderous applause. “I love you back.&...
Los Angeles TimesMore than 17 percent of children considered to be at risk of committing suicide have guns in the home that could make a passing destructive impulse deadly, and between 15 percent and 30 percent of those adolescents told researchers they had access to...
With the arrival of spring comes a new season of baseball, softball, track and field. This also means that kids need to be prepared to play. Professional ballplayers spend 4-6 weeks in spring training preparing for the season, but for many kids the...
The Hartford CourantSelenia Velez remembers the near-daily phone calls from the pre-school, alerting her that her 2-year-old son had acted out aggressively and needed to be picked up immediately. The calls went on for months, as Velez, 27, of Hartford, and her husband...
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