Here are the top ten articles for the Public Health Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Bullying and Creating a Healthy Learning Place
The alarming effects and tragic consequences of bullying are on the rise. How are your lawmakers helping to curb bullying and creating a healthy learning environment for your child?
2. Aspartame versus Sugar
Is the sweetener aspartame (Equal, NutraSweet) safe? Is sugar safe? What are the experts telling us? What do they know and worse, what can we believe?
3. Breast Cancer-What's Soy Got To Do With It?
What do we really know about the relationship between soy and breast cancer? Does one exist? Let's get serious about soy and breast cancer research. Women are dying to know.
4. Flu Shot Recommendations
Flu season is quickly approaching and flu shots have become available. Read here to find out more about the flu shot, who should get it, and the side effects.
5. Government Health Agency Directory
Have you ever wondered where to turn with a specific health need? Often a government health agency can help.
6. Sleep -- Secret Weapon to Prevent Disease
You probably know how much you want more sleep, but do you know how much you need more sleep?
7. Reality TV Is Affecting Girls Health
What are our young girls really learning from Reality TV? Is it helping or hurting their health? Find out how Reality TV is really harming girl's physical, mental and emotional health; bullying, eating disorders and aggression.
8. Free Public Health Newsletter Sign Up
Free Newsletter for those interested in Public Health issues and related topics.
9. Safe Thanksgiving Dinner Preparation
Make sure your Thanksgiving dinner is prepared safely. Read here tips on turkey cooking, food storage, and general preparation.
10. Pneumococcal Vaccine Recommendations
Do you need to get a pneumonia shot this year? Read on to find out about the current recommendations for the pneumonia shot including who should get it, how often, and what the side effects are.
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