IN YOUR DAILY DOSE: today is research from Beth Deaconess Hospital demonstrating a link between snoring in children and further health problems.
FACT OR FICTION: A deciduous forest is a fun place to explore with your family and friends. You might be surprised what lives there.
In The News
Research has proven poor nutrition and a lack of exercise leads to obesity, which in turn leads to a high risk of Type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and stroke. Research has now linked obstructive sleep apnea and snoring with obesity in children using a longitudinal observational study. The team found no association between mom’s snoring and children’s snoring - but did find that children with obstructive sleep apnea were much more likely to suffer from obesity and obesity-related health conditions as teens.
Daily Health Tip
Snoring is not normal. If you or your child snores, it’s time to get your airway evaluated to reduce your risk of health conditions that may lead to death.
I have confidence in my fitness routine. My exercise program keeps my body strong and healthy.
Today, I intend to focus on my body's ability to tolerate difficult workouts.
1. How can I make sure my difficult workout does not go too far?
2. What can I do to prevent injuries that can occur from workouts?
3. How can I create an effective fitness plan that balances difficulty?
Fact or Fiction?
A deciduous forest is a fun place to explore with your family and friends. You might be surprised what lives there.
It’s a forest made of trees that lose their leaves each autumn and grow new ones each spring. You’ll find deciduous trees in areas of the country where there are four seasons that are regular. Many of these trees have sap that can be tapped in the cold season to make some amazing syrup. The only areas of the country that gets more rain that ones with deciduous forests are the rainforests.
Have a wonderful day!
Your Healthy Life America Team