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Like Mama Bears, Nursing Mothers Defend Babies With A Vengeance

Women who breast-feed are far more likely to demonstrate a "mama bear" effect — aggressively protecting their infants and themselves — than women who bottle-feed their babies or non-mothers, according to a new study in the September issue of Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science.... More>


How a Light Lunch Could Help You Lose Weight


Vitamins bad for health, experts claim


Observer Article

Bring the Family Address: Is There The Courage to Change America’s Diet?

With over 60 percent of the United States, population is overweight, according to the latest Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index; it’s safe to say the traditional medical approach to treating America’s diet-related problems is not working. In light of increasing rates of obesity and diabetes, Kelly Brownell, a psychological scientist at Yale’s Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity, says that we must acknowledge this traditional approach as “a failed experiment” and turn to a brand new model for promoting health in the United States.... More>


The Vitamin Paradox: Do Nutritional Supplements ‘License’ Unhealthy Behavior?