(CBS) - New research is questioning current dietary guidelines that call for restricting saturated fat in order to prevent heart disease. Researchers from Cambridge reviewed 72 different studies. They found no link between saturated fatty acid and an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. They also found no connection between eating a diet high in unsaturated fats such as Omega 3 which are found in some fish and a lower risk of heart disease.
(CBS) - Mothers who monitor how much time their children spend watching TV and playing video games seem to have kids with lower body mass indexes. But researchers say there was no association for fathers who monitored their children's screen time.