CBS Atlanta Health News
- Too Much Truth: 5k Asthma Walk Today on Too Much Truth, we were joined by Dr. Suliman Wazeerud-Din and Senator Vincent Fort. They discussed their upcoming Asthma Awareness Walk. This 5k walk/run will take place on Saturday, 9/12/15, in Grant Park. The event will start promptly...
- Study: More Specific Road Signs Needed For Bicycle Safety Vaguely worded street signs like "Share the Road" offer drivers and cyclists no clear instructions on how to actually share the road.
- Study: Carbonated Drinks Linked To Cardiac Arrest Consuming carbonated beverages is linked to cardiovascular disease and stroke, according to new a new study.
- Study: Best Way To Avoid Hangovers Is Not To Drink Alcohol Canadian and Dutch researchers found no one is immune to hangovers and eating or drinking water doesn't help with the severity of one.
- Pregnant Woman Plans On Having 'Dolphin-Assisted' Water Birth In Ocean A pregnant woman is planning on having "dolphin-assisted" water birth in the ocean, despite experts warning of the possible dangers.
- New Medical Technique Stacks Cells Like Legos Scientists have found a way create 3D models of human organs by stacking cells together like Lego blocks.
- Study: Cold Weather Linked To Higher Risk Of Heart Attack Extremely cold weather could raise the risk of severe heart attacks, according to new research.
- Study: Drinking Water Before Meals Helps People Lose Weight A new study finds that drinking more water can help people lose weight.
- Study: Firstborn Women More Likely To Be Overweight Being the oldest woman in a chain of siblings may be linked to heavier weight, according to new research.
- Study: Exercise Doesn't Help Maintain Brain Function As You Age There's no doubt that physical exercise can lead to many benefits, unfortunately helping maintain brain function doesn't seem to be one of them, according to new research.