New Study

Flu season is coming up, and experts are predicting it to be one of the worst ones ever. So, here is some info that you may want to know.  A new study looked at the order COVID-19 symptoms usually happen.  And it’s different than the flu. According to StudyFinds, they symptoms don’t all happen in […]

If your a tall guy, you may want to read this. Tall people might be more likely to contract COVID-19, according to a new study. According to the DailyMail, data from 2,000 people in the U.K. and U.S. shows that men over 6-feet tall were twice as likely to be diagnosed with the virus. Women […]

Just last night, (May 18th) the National Weather Service confirmed a tornado touched down in Lilly Chapel not far from the Franklin County line, right here in Central Ohio. A new study shows that these around the world are becoming more deadly and stronger. A new study out Monday (May 18th) from researchers at the University […]

What state is holding the title of ‘The Fattest State in America 2019’? Did Ohio fall anywhere on the list? Read on for more info.   According to FoxNews.com, there was a study done by WalletHub and found that Mississippi is the most obese state in the country. Ohio also made the list. Here’s a […]

Life is stressful for a lot of people and seems that some are turning to the bottle for relief. A new study shows that binge drinking is up among older Americans and is defined as five or more drinks at a time for men or four or more drinks at a time for women. According […]

For all you whole grain cereal lovers your morning favorite pick is a winner!  A new study reveals having a bowl a day of your favorite whole grains can help lower your risk of hypertension.

(from AOL BlackVoices) School breakfast, lunch, summer programs and subsidized meals for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) are vital to the health and well-being of the nation’s children and adolescents, despite claims of links to obesity, according to an updated report. Approximately one in six infants, children and adolescents live in homes that experience limited […]