Children Eating Diet Food Video

Learn how feeding children diet food may actually make them fat; according to research in young mice shows that shows feeding them low calorie drinks and food, causes overeating in this medical report.
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Dr. Susan Sharma: This is InsiderMedicine in 60 from Elberta. Feeding children diet food may actually make them fat. Research in young mice shows that if you feed them low calorie drink and food they overeat. But all the mice do not. Moms and dads the best way to prevent childhood obesity is exercise, limit screen time and feed kids a healthy well balanced diet. From Minneapolis, osteoporosis which is usually thought to be a women's health issue can affect man. And new research shows that screening for and treating it can be cost affective. Mathematical model shows that screening and treating maneuver 80 for the condition and those who are younger who have fractures are likely very cost effective. From Ottawa, Health Canada has approved Sativex, a marinol-based spray for pain management and those with advanced cancer. The spray has been available for nerve related pain and those with multiple sclerosis for few years. The announcement is likely a welcome relief for those cancer patients with intractable pain. And finally from Washington, in a surprised disclosure appears that President Bush was treated for localized lung disease although his case was mild. Lung disease can present with a rash, flu-like illness with joint swelling and paralysis. It is caused from infection by bacteria which is usually transmitted. For InsiderMedicine in 60, I am Dr. Susan Sharma.

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