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Feeding infants peanuts could prevent allergies

LONDON — A new study suggests avoiding peanuts for infants could make food allergies worse later in life.

Researchers found children who are introduced to peanuts at a young age are *less* likely to develop the allergy.

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Hy-Vee at Midday: Perfect cup of tea

Tea has been consumed for nearly 5,000 years, and its popularity continues to grow. And at an affordable three cents per servings, what is not to love about tea?

One of the multiple reasons tea is favored by so many individuals incl Read More »

Too much added sugar increases the risk of heart disease

Added sugar makes up at least 10 percent of the calories the average American ingests in a day. According to Harvard Health Publications, one in 10 people get one-fourth of their daily calories from added sugar.

A 15-year study published i Read More »

Get the most out of your blood pressure reading

Blood pressure readings are one of the many tools doctors use to determine a patient's risk of developing cardiovascular disease.

When your blood pressure is routinely taken, either at your doctor's office or for a screening, the reading i Read More »

Fitness Expert: Desk Workout

Research is showing us we are significantly impacting our health due to all the time we spend sitting. There are many different options for adding exercise into your day. For example, you can set an alarm to remind you to get up and stretch or ch Read More »

Exercise to prevent heart disease

In a recent study reported in the American Heart Association journal, researchers say an hour or more of moderate exercise or a half an hour of vigorous exercise per day may lower the risk of heart failure by 46 percent.

State releases vaccination rates for public schools in Iowa

DES MOINES (AP) — An Iowa Department of Public Health report shows more than 90 percent of students have been vaccinated at the majority of public schools across the state.

The immunization audit report for the 2013-2014 academic year Read More »

Iowa nursing students protest mental health facility closing

DES MOINES (AP) — Nursing students from southeast Iowa are protesting the closing of a state mental health facility in Mount Pleasant.

Students from Iowa Wesleyan College in Mount Pleasant visited lawmakers Wednesday at the Capitol. T Read More »

Smoking and heart disease

Smoking in the United States takes more than 440,000 lives each year—that's one in every five deaths. Smoking is the leading preventable cause of death in the United States, and a major risk factor for heart related illnesses.

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Dubuque considering adding medical transport business

DUBUQUE — One Dubuque business owner says the city is overlooking a service — his own — that could help people in an emergency situation.

In order to help balance its budget, the city is thinking about adding an out-of-t Read More »

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