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New Moms Often Get Poor Advice on Baby Care: Study
New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found.

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School's Out, Fattening Behaviors Are In
Your kids probably will eat more sugar, watch more TV and eat fewer vegetables over summer vacation, a new study finds.

Dementia Risk May Be Dropping With Generations
New research suggests that people born after 1930 may have a lower risk of developing dementia than the generation before them, adding to evidence that the incidence of dementia may be declining in the United States and elsewhere.

Well-Off, Active, Over 50? You May Be at Higher Risk for Problem Drinking
Are you over 50, making a good income, physically healthy and active? A new British study suggests you might need to be wary of one potential downside: a higher risk for excessive, problem drinking.

High School Band Classes May Boost Teen Brains
Music training improves teens' hearing and language skills, a new study says.