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Family Dinners Curbs on Unusual Behavior in Children

Family Dinners Curbs on Unusual Behavior in Children

The study based on the child behavior claims that having dinner with family lowers the risk of illicit behavior in children.

The findings of ten years of research, performed by The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University, stated that kids who take dinner with their families have less chances of smoking, drinking or using drugs.

Ten years later, America remembers Columbine massacre

Columbine massacre

San Francisco - Ten years after the horrific massacre at Columbine High School in Colorado, Americans remembered the tragedy Monday with memorial services, television segments and news reports pointing out that access to guns had become easier than ever.

Washington Mutual sues FDIC; seeks more than $13 billion

In one of the first lawsuits to dispute the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp's authority over seized banking assets, Washington Mutual Inc (WMI) has sued the federal agency for considerably more than $13 billion with regard to the loss of its banking operations.

Alzheimer’s Risks Increase for Diabetics and People with a Small Hippocampus

According to new research diabetesdoes more than affect your heart, eyes and kidneys; it also increases your riskof getting Alzheimer's disease. While another research indicated that patternsof brain shrinkage seen on MRI scans indicated the development of Alzheimer's.

Daily Aspirin Guidelines Revised

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force have revised guidelines for aspirin intake stating that lower doses appear to be at least as effective as higher doses and safer at preventing heart attack and stroke.

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