CBS Atlanta Health News
- Study: Career Earnings Linked To Weight How much you make at your job could be linked to the size of your waistline, according to new research.
- Study: Easier To Maintain Low Weight In The '80s While diet and exercise play a crucial role in your weight, it turns out the decade you were born in could be an influence too, according to a new study.
- Study: Potential Problem In Thousands Of Heart Valve Implants Doctors have discovered a potential problem involving implanted heart valves that hundreds of thousands of people have received — they don't always open and close properly, possibly because a blood clot has formed that could raise the risk of stroke.
- Researchers Working On 'Exercise Pill' Researchers and scientists are working on a pill that has the same effect on the human body as exercise does.
- Study: People Are Happiest In Their 20s Australian researchers have determined that the period from age 30 to 65 is the most miserable for most people.
- Study: Taller Height Linked To Increased Cancer Risk People who are taller may have a slightly higher risk of breast cancer and skin cancer, according to a new study.
- Study: Dabbing Pizza Grease Can Significantly Cut Calories, Fat Content Good news for those who dab their pizza with napkins in order to cut calories: it actually works, according to a new study.
- Study: Children More Likely To Have Asthma If Grandmothers Smoked Children are more likely to suffer from asthma if their grandmothers smoked during pregnancy, according to new research.
- Study: Men Viewed As More 'Creative Thinkers' Than Women In Workplace A new study finds that men are viewed as more “creative thinkers” in the workplace than women.
- Study: Images Of Food On Social Media Thought To Be Less Healthy When Posted By Overweight People Images of food uploaded to social media by overweight or obese individuals are thought to be less healthy when compared to images uploaded by thin people, according to a new study.