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Archive for October, 2015 :


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.


Increasing Waist Circumference Increased Bowel Cancer Risk
October 27th, 2015

Improved lifestyle and healthy food choices prevent obesity and lower the chance of acquiring bowel cancer.


Third Global Coral Bleaching Event Threatening Coral Reefs
October 20th, 2015

People must act locally and think globally to address the bleaching events that create less shoreline protection from storms and fewer marine habitats.


Early Infections in Childhood Associated to Cardiovascular Disease Later in Life
October 20th, 2015

Early infection may have potential impact on developing CVD and policymakers should find ways to tackle both infectious and cardiovascular diseases.


Tualang Honey Supplementation Reduces Toxic Effects in Chronic Smokers
October 20th, 2015

Honey can offset the oxidative stress in the smokers with its antioxidants reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases.


Childhood Stress May Increase Risk of Depression and Mental Health Problems
October 20th, 2015

Further study about the effects of early childhood stress may help in the development of new interventions that will prevent negative mental health effect in the future.


Number of Patients in Vegetative Are Aware Despite Physical Condition
October 20th, 2015

The study will open doors for development of restorative therapies for thousands of patients and improve their quality of life.


Consuming High-Fat Diet Lead to Anxiety and Depression
October 20th, 2015

Taking off a high-fat diet may stabilize metabolism and lessen the anxiety symptoms of a depressed patient.


Physical Activity Has Greater Impact on Postmenopausal Women’s Bodies
October 20th, 2015

Variety of physical activities create big difference on the body composition of a postmenopausal woman who is dealing with weight issue.


Heavy TV Watching Increased Positive Perceptions of Fast Food Eating
October 20th, 2015

Positive fast food imagery on TV influences positive perceptions and lead to unhealthy consumption of fast food on children.


Traditional Societies Look at Aging More Favorably Than Modern Societies
October 20th, 2015

Culture and context can affect how society view aging and affect how people age due to stereotyping.


Burnout and Depression: Very Highly Correlated
October 20th, 2015

People who are experiencing burnout are likely have a history of depression and are currently taking antidepressant medication.


Calcium Supplements May Worsen Stone Disease For Patients with History of Kidney Stones
October 13th, 2015

Patients who are stone formers may experience the risk of kidney stone recurrence after taking calcium supplements.


Regular Primary Care Helps Avoid Unnecessary Hospital Admissions
October 13th, 2015

Nurse practitioners create quality time with their patients by giving them more information about their sickness and more follow-ups.


E-Cigarettes: Not a Solution to Nicotine Addiction
October 13th, 2015

The use of alternative tobacco products is not as safe as it was perceived by the public that needs more awareness and education regarding the use of the product.


States with DOE Legislative Component of Antibullying Law Have Lower Bullying Incidence
October 6th, 2015

The Department of Education policies which are disseminated to schools help prevent bullying and cyberbullying among the youth.


Consumers Purchasing More Packaged Food of Poor Nutritional Profiles
October 6th, 2015

Warehouse clubs, mass merchandisers, and convenience stores offer a selection of foods that have poor nutritional profiles compared to grocery stores.


Skeletal Health: A Priority as We Age
October 6th, 2015

Adults must have a right nutrition to improve bone health and to prevent osteoporosis and fracture throughout life.


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