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Award-winning Health Briefs TV to Air in Des Moines, Iowa

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Jan. 7, 2016 – PRLog — Health Briefs TV producers are pleased to announce January air dates for Des Moines, Iowa. The city’s top employers include four in the health and wellness industry. It is also home to several facilities which cater to military veterans, seniors and those with addictions. Healthcare […]

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Health Briefs TV Segment Focuses on Infant Wellness

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Nov. 28, 2015 – PRLog — Health Briefs TV is set to air a segment focusing on infant wellness. The top-rated medical show looks into crib dangers such as cushioned bumpers, nutrition, health and wellness for the youngest members of the family. The show will review some of the updates on […]

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Health Briefs TV Reviews Children’s Common Food Allergies

    It is back to school shopping time around the US. Parents and kids are stocking up on the great sales for clothing, school supplies, lunches, and snacks. Health Briefs TV reviews the most common food allergies for children. Parents already know which foods and beverages cause an allergic reaction in their child. When […]

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Health Briefs TV Defines Binge Eating Disorder

A new eating disorder has been noted and it affects a great many women. Health Briefs TV defines what B.E.D. is and how to beat it.   Binge eating affects millions of women and some men. The most recent version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders reports that Binge Eating Disorder affects […]

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Health Briefs TV Reports on Head Injuries in High School Sports

Three American teenagers died this year due to head injuries received in an athletic event. All footballers, including teens in high school, have a 75% chance of getting a concussion or other head injury. Health Briefs TV takes a hard look at head injuries in high school sports and reviews preventative steps adults can take […]

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Health Briefs Offers Healthy School Lunch Tips

Now that school is back in session, parents may find they are struggling to pack a healthy and tasty lunch for their children. Health Briefs offers a few ideas for making kids a great lunch they will like and will be good for them too.   Wraps are an easy way to get children to […]

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Beating Obesity from Health Briefs

  The American Journal of Medicine recently found that the number of women who reported no physical activity in their free time went up from 19% in 1994 to 52% in 2010. The percentage for men went from 11% to 44 percent. Obesity can be hard to beat when one’s lifestyle is sedentary. Health Briefs […]

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Health Briefs TV on the FDA Request to Lower Salt in Food

Americans are supposed to consume 2300 mgs per day of salt. Those with health conditions that salt can hurt are supposed to consume 1500 mgs per day. But in reality, we eat about 3600 mgs per day. Some of the sodium we eat stems from the processed foods we love.   Health Briefs TV learns […]

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