National Health News:
FDA's new anti-smoking campaign uses hip-hop to target youth
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Food and Drug Administration will try to harness the sounds, style and attitudes of hip-hop into a multi-million dollar anti-smoking campaign to discourage young African Americans, Hispanics and other groups from using tobacco.
What Experts May Be Getting Wrong About Co-Sleeping
Guidelines on co-sleeping from the American Academy of Pediatrics and National Institute of Health are pretty clear: babies should sleep alone, on their backs, and far from any suffocation hazards like blankets, pillows or toys. According to the AAP, co-sleeping is the biggest risk factor for sleep-related infant death, or the unexpected...
Mass immigration is damaging Britain, says Cameron's interior minister
By William James MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Mass immigration is damaging British society, Conservative interior minister Theresa May said on Tuesday, promising a tough approach on an issue that will influence Britons' choice of whether or not to leave the European Union. "When immigration is too high, when the pace of change is too fast, it's impossible to build a cohesive society," May, seen as a possible future leader, told a party conference in the northern city of Manchester. Mass immigration strained public services like schools and hospitals, depressed wages and pushed people out of work, she said, describing the economic benefits as "close to zero".
Despite sunny forecast, South Carolina ordeal is far from over
The Latest: 11th storm-related death in South Carolina
Firefighters teach importance of smoke alarms