Health News July 2016

Important health topics being covered by reliable news sources:

Harnessing the immune system to fight cancer – The New York Times 7/30/16

Caring for cuts, burns and scrapes: The rules have changed – Los Angeles Times 7/29/16

Being unfit maybe almost as bad for you as smoking – The New York Times 7/27/16

Sports drinks aren’t ‘recharging’ your kids. They’re just pumping them full of sugar – The Washington Post 7/26/16

Should you get screened for skin cancer? – The New York Times 7/26/16

Helping our school-aged children sleep better – The New York Times 7/25/16

Don’t believe those who say smaller, more frequent meals will control appetite – The Washington Post 7/21/16

Cutting sugar rapidly improves heart health markers – The New York Times 7/19/16

What a sex therapist is really thinking – The Wall Street Journal 7/18/16

​Bill would forbid firms from getting workers’ birth-control details – The Wall Street Journal 7/13/16

Myths about teenagers and risk-taking – The New York Times 7/13/16

Can running make you smarter? – The New York Times 7/13/16

Why midnight snacking is one of the worst things you can do – Los Angeles Times 7/9/16

The evolution of exercise in 10 iconic fitness trends – The Washington Post 7/5/16​

Helpless to prevent cancer? Actually quite a bit is in your control – The New York  Times 7/5/16