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Individual Interventions Improve Classroom Environment
December 29th, 2015

The intervention may lead to strong indirect effects inside the classroom’s cooperation, order, and growth that will benefit all students in the class.

“Fat but Fit” Not Ok
December 29th, 2015

Beneficial effects of high fitness are reduced in obese people and no significant effects in extreme obese individuals.

Home Births: No Increase Risk of Complications
December 29th, 2015

Women who underwent home birth have lower intervention rates and likely to have breastfeeding a few days after delivery.

Ban on Tanning Bed Use By Under 18
December 29th, 2015

The rise in melanoma rates among teens create a concern which push to make additional restrictions related to indoor tanning.

Excess Body Fat Harms Bone Growth
December 22nd, 2015

Fat within the muscle may have an effect on bone growth especially in children and researchers recommend that children should have a healthy lifestyle.

Virtual Reality Helps Avoid Road Hazards for Child-Pedestrians
December 22nd, 2015

The training could help child-pedestrians pinpoint their behaviors that will lead them to accidents and train them to correct them.

‘Pill Mill’ Crackdown Dramatically Reduced Drugs Overdose Deaths
December 22nd, 2015

The new laws allow law enforcement to arrest and prosecute the operators of “pill mills” clinics and prevent addiction and save many lives.

Vitamin A and Colon Cancer
December 15th, 2015

Retinoid from Vitamin A eliminates cancer cells and preventing the progression of the tumor.

One-Size Fits All Vaccine Strategy Not Effective
December 15th, 2015

In developing vaccine strategies, public health must see that the onset of epidemic has a big difference between cities and rural areas.

Study: Limited Access of Food Leads to Increase Food Intake
December 15th, 2015

The findings help researchers develop new therapies for effective weight-loss.

Chemicals Found in E-Cigarette Flavors Linked to Severe Respiratory Diseases
December 8th, 2015

The government warned e-cigarette smokers about diacetyl found in the e-cigarette flavors tha can cause respiratory hazards.

Urban Garden May Help Lower Risk of Cancer Recurrence
December 8th, 2015

Cancer survivors who have weekly access to fresh produce have shown positive results in their health.

Eating Disorders Intervention Program Reduces Pursuit of Thin Beauty Ideal
December 8th, 2015

The study helps in altering young women’s brains in response to supermodels which perpetuates in the unrealistic pursuit.

Depressed Women with Breast Cancer Have Higher Death Risk
December 1st, 2015

Women with breast cancer must have greater social support and pyschological interventions to avoid depression that may contribute in the survival.

U.S Physicians Experiencing More Burnout Than Years Earlier
December 1st, 2015

Healthcare organizations have a shared responsibility in addressing burnout among physicians and more needs to be done to lessen their stress.

Cancer Cells Affect Neighboring Normal Cells
December 1st, 2015

The result of the study opens up new cancer research areas especially how cancer cells intereact with the sorrounding normal cells.

Food Odors Triggered Activation in the Areas of the Brain in Obese Kids
November 24th, 2015

The study identified the mechanisms that cause obesity which would create better treatments for patients and save lives as well.

Endurance Exercise Increases the Risk of Developing Heart Problems
November 24th, 2015

Changes in the cell-cell links can be detected earlier which can help individuals prevent the possibility of developing AVC symptoms.

Cooking with Chloraminated Water and Salt Could Create Toxins in Food
November 24th, 2015

The safest way to avoid forming toxic molecules in food could be lowering the cooking temperature and using table salt fortified with iodate instead of iodide.

Older Maternal Age May Linked to Depression In Daughters
November 17th, 2015

Daughters whose mothers gave birth at age 30 or older have significantly higher levels of stress which may due to mother’s health reasons or difference in value systems.

Vitamin D Helps Immune System in HIV-positive Adults
November 17th, 2015

HIV-positive adults live longer lives when adequate levels of vitamin D are present
in their bodies which has the ability to restore immune function.

Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes Increase Bone-Fracture Risk
November 17th, 2015

The development of obesity and type 2 diabetes affect the strength of bone and exercise will lessen the risk of bone fractures.

Teasing Girls About Weight Have Long-Lasting, Harmful Effects
November 17th, 2015

Certain programs must be given to girls to be empowered and to be able to deal with peers teasing their body size.

Mindfulness Meditation Reduces Pain More Effectively Than Placebo
November 10th, 2015

People who practiced mindfulness meditation create signals about pain in their brain to simply fade away.

Children Who Had Early Exposure to Dogs Had Lower Risk of Asthma
November 10th, 2015

Children who grow up with dogs have reduced risk of asthma later in life.

Calorie Labelling in Restaurants Help People Eat More Healthfully
November 3rd, 2015

Restaurants with voluntary labelling have fewer average calories and would get consumers to eat healthier.

Low Blood Sugar May Cause Cardiovascular Problems
November 3rd, 2015

Strict control of blood sugar which lead to hypoglycemia may create negative effects on the heart.

Standing Lowers Odds of Obesity
November 3rd, 2015

Standing a quarter of time reduced the likehood of obesity yet additional research is suggested to know more additional effects of standing on health.

Oxytocin Improves Social, Emotional and Behavioral Issues Among Kids with Autism
October 27th, 2015

Kids undergoing oxytocin treatment are more socially responsive and researchers are seeking to further devolop the potential of oxytocin-based interventions.

Change in Lifestyle Reduces Risk of Developing Alzheimer’s Disease
October 27th, 2015

A healthy diet and lifestyle can reduce cholesterol level which enhance cognition and prevents the development of dementia.

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