Morning exercise may actually cut your food cravings for the day. (BYU, with video)
Some obese 5-year-olds have high blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar. (ABC News)
On the upside, kids who exercise lower their diabetes risk (HealthDay) and improve their self-image (PsychCentral).
Just make sure that exercise is not on the backyard trampoline (AAP) and maybe not CrossFit Kids either (NPR, with audio).
Despite the ‘nanny state’ criticism, NYC’s oversized-soda ban just might work. (New York Times)
After the new USPSTF recommendation, don’t be surprised if your doctor asks about your drinking. (CNN)
Congress may soon regulate the arsenic in your rice. (Consumer Reports)
In the forthcoming DSM-5, the word “addiction” will be redefined. (Huffington Post)
Can art therapy help Alzheimer’s patients? (Salon, with video)