Your Health Minute

Try to Sit Less

In Your Health Minute, Any type or amount or exercise can help you live longer. Researchers from Columbia University tracked the physical activity of 8 thousand adults. They found…

Parents not Aware of Teens' Thoughts of Suicide

In Your Health Minute, Many parents do not realize teens think about suicide and death. Researchers from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia interviewed over 5 thousand adolescents and their…

Life as a Gay Father

In Your Health Minute, New research from Tufts University reveals most gay fathers and their children still experience social stigma. Nearly two thirds of men…

Half of Americans have Back Pain

In Your Health Minute, Nearly half, 45-percent of adults experience some type of back pain. That's according to a new Canadian study of nearly 13-thousand people. One in five reported…

American Women Having Fewer Babies

In Your Health Minute, American women are having fewer babies that tops your health news this morning. A new government report shows the fertility rate in 2017 was 16…

Postpartum Opioid Use

In Your Health Minute, Women who take opioids after giving birth are at a higher risk of becoming chronic users. That is according to a study from Vanderbilt…

Stress Can Lead to Cancers

In Your Health Minute, The stress from work may lead to a higher risk of certain cancers. Chinese researchers studied more than 280 thousand people in North America and Europe.…

Hearing Loss Related to Early Death

In Your Health Minute, A recent study suggests hearing loss may increase the risk of early death especially among those who live alone. Researchers from Columbus University…

Reducing Teen Obesity

In Your Health Minute, In-school nutrition programs focused on healthy eating can also help reduce teen obesity. A new Yale University study tracked nearly 600 middle school students across the state of Connecticut. It showed kids in schools with enhanced…

Kids, Sleep and Their Weight

In Your Health Minute, Good sleep habits may help kids become slimmer teens. That's according to a new study from Penn State University. Researchers surveyed the parents of…