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Archive for December, 2015 :


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.


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