Filipino pediatrician at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles pays courtesy call on ConGen Herrera-Lim

Filipino pediatrician at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles pays courtesy call on ConGen Herrera-Lim

Los Angeles  – Dr. Joyce R. Javier, a Filipina pediatrician at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at USC Keck School of Medicine and Anna Marie B. Cruz, Small Business Specialist at Search to Involve Pilipino Americans (SIPA) visited Consul General Leo Herrera-Lim at the Philippine Consulate General on 16 October […]

13.11.2014 · Filled under: Local News ·
No need to avoid peanuts while pregnant: US study

No need to avoid peanuts while pregnant: US study

(WASHINGTON-AFP) – Women who eat peanuts while pregnant are less likely to have children with peanut allergies than women who avoid them, said a US study out Monday. The findings in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Pediatrics were based on a study of more than 8,200 US children. Among those, researchers found […]

24.12.2013 · Filled under: Health & Fitness ·
Books still beat tablets for reading to children

Books still beat tablets for reading to children

(Relaxnews) – Over half of British households may now have a tablet, but when it comes to bedtime stories parents still prefer the feel of paper. A Talking Tots-commissioned survey of 1,500 UK parents with children under the age of five found that 98 percent claim to read to their children at bedtime and that […]

23.10.2013 · Filled under: Apps, Books, Entertainment, Home & Garden, Science & Technology ·
Childhood TV addicts more likely to commit crime: study

Childhood TV addicts more likely to commit crime: study

(WELLINGTON-AFP) – Children who watch excessive amounts of television are more likely to have criminal convictions and show aggressive personality traits as adults, a New Zealand study has found. The University of Otago study tracked the viewing habits of about 1,000 children born in the early 1970s from when they were aged five to 15, […]

19.02.2013 · Filled under: Health & Fitness ·
Is organic food better? The jury is still out

Is organic food better? The jury is still out

(WASHINGTON-AFP) – The debate over whether organic food is better for our health and worth its higher price keeps raging on in the United States as the conclusion of four decades of studies seems far from clear. The controversy was back in the news last month when a large-scale study by researchers from Stanford University […]

06.11.2012 · Filled under: Health & Fitness ·