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June Health News Review

June 6, 2014

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#5 - Yoga can help keep expectant mothers stress free: First evidence found - ScienceDaily May 2, 2014

"...59 women who were pregnant for the first time took part in a yoga session a week for eight weeks, while the others just had normal pre-natal treatment. A single session of yoga was found to reduce self-reported anxiety by one third and stress hormone levels by 14%."

#4 - Football’s Risks Sink In, Even in Heart of Texas - NY Times May 11, 2014

"No one here considers the decision the beginning of the end of scholastic football in Texas. But because it is happening in Texas, an otherwise small move to end a seventh-grade tackle program reflects how the issue of brain trauma has begun to affect the football landscape."

#3 - Tom Colicchio, Citizen Chef - NY Times May 16, 2014

“The government subsidizes corn, wheat and soy...But there’s no reason that unhealthy processed foods should cost less than a peach. It’s a choice we make — a bad choice.”

-Tom Colicchio

#2 - Green Tea Affects Brain Functioning to Help Improve Memory - NOW Foods May 3, 2014

Green tea extract may improve your memory by as much as 13%

#1 - Poor diet before pregnancy linked with preterm birth - ScienceDaily May 23, 2014

"It's the first study of its kind to assess women's diet prior to conception and its association with outcomes at birth....those who consistently ate high fat and sugar foods and takeaway were about 50% more likely to have a preterm birth."

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