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Cut down TV and video games and you have less aggressive children.

...as unique because the kids themselves assessed the aggression in their classmates. After the study period when t...re. The reason the researchers attribute to this aggression is that children who spend more time on TV and video games may have very little time to interact wit...

Suicide might be inherited

...and suicide was also linked to increased impulsive aggression and substance abuse....

Dealing with personality disorders

...r differences in rapid mood shift, impulsivity and aggression when given fluvoxamine or a placebo. Participants were first randomly and unknowingly given fluvoxamine or a placebo for six weeks. This was followed by another six weeks in which all of the participants were given fluvoxamine. Again, it was unkno...

Is Man’s Aggression Linked To His Finger

...e study tested the finger ratios against perceived aggression in men and women. The results say that men with lower finger length ratio had higher trait physical aggression scores. However, there was no correlation between the digit ratio and aggression in females. The res...

Teenagers may become violent after watching aggressive acts

...d out what turns children to resort to violence or aggression as means of problem solving. These children were taken as a part of a follow up study after two years. Then they were asked as to how many had witnessed a gun shooting. Finally after five years from the initial contact, the children were once again r...

Eating food rich in calcium and vitamin D helps fight PMS

...common symptoms of PMS are depression, feelings of aggression and mood swings. Often women who experience premenstrual syndrome feel their social interactions and relationships are getting affected because of their physical conditions. Researchers of University of Massachusetts have observed 1057 women in the ...

Schizophrenic patients may be given seroquel

Treating aggression in schizophrenic patients with the help of seroquel is effective//, says a new study. Schizophrenia is a chronic severe disabling mental illness. Some of the symptoms suffered by schizophrenia are hallucinations seen or heard, feelings of being pers...

Cognitive rehabilitation holds promise for schizophrenic brain function improvements

... feelings of being persecuted, becoming withdrawn, aggression and deranged behavior. Schizophrenia can be treated symptomatically, but only one in five patients have a chance of full recovery. However, other than the severe problems associated with the disease, the disease is also associated with learning, memo...

New clues to maternal aggressive behavior

...ivity, promotion of maternal behavior and maternal aggression and morphological plasticity. Drawing parallel from the mice study, the researchers from University of Edinburgh said that in highly anxiety prone animals, the release of the hormone directly influences the level of maternal offensive behavior agai...

Wearing High Heels May Be Dangerous To Health

... feelings of being persecuted, becoming withdrawn, aggression and deranged behavior. Schizophrenia can be treated symptomatically, but only one in five patients have a chance of full recovery. Dopamine: This is a protein produced in the hypothalamus and some areas of the central and peripheral nervous system....

Schizophrenia Gets A New Diagnostic Tool

... feelings of being persecuted, becoming withdrawn, aggression and deranged behavior. Schizophrenia can be treated symptomatically, but only one in five patients have a chance of full recovery. More on Medindia: http://www.medindia.net/ patients/patientinfo/schizophrenia.asp...

Safe Neighborhood Means Less TV For Preschool Children

...ol children. Television viewing is associated with aggression and poorer academic performance in school-aged children, and TV-viewing patterns are established early in life, said the researchers fro the study. Researchers had found no significant effect on outdoor playtime or obesity in the preschoolers. They ...

Fish Oil supplementation reduces physical aggression in school children’

...t supplementation of fish oil reduces the physical aggression of school children’s behavior. //Researchers have found that Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), which is a main constituent of fish oil, is an important component of cell membranes of the retina and brain. The researchers have found behavior problems in boy...

Prose Memory Deficits Found To Be Associated With Schizophrenia

... feelings of being persecuted, becoming withdrawn, aggression and deranged behavior. Schizophrenia can be treated symptomatically, but only one in five patients have a chance of full recovery....

Adult Kids Of Alcoholic Mothers Face Health Risk

...al depression and early teenage behaviour, such as aggression and delinquency, increased the risk of alcohol disorders in young adults. "The good news is that there is no need to intervene at a very early age to prevent alcohol problems later on," Alati said. However the study found that birth outcomes, inf...

Aggressive Teenage Behaviour: Blame It On The Anabolic Steroids

...sters were found to defend their territory through aggression in the form of play fighting, wrestling and nibbli...to precipitate an extreme aggressive response. The aggression was 10 times greater than that showed by control group hamsters. Furthermore, the effect of drug-ind...

Non-violent behaviour influenced by diet and nutrition!!

...iour in prisoners.// The hypothesis viz violent aggression is largely a product of poor nutrition was tested in a prison setting. Technically speaking researchers are studying whether prsioners become less violent when put on a diet rich in vitamins and in the fatty acids found in seafood.The paper titled “S...

Suicide Attempts Shoot Up Among Alcoholics with Personality Disorder

...n risk factors such as depression, marital status, aggression and impulsive traits and living alone are at highest risk. In the future these findings will help the clinicians on how to assess suicide risk in these subjects....

Maternal Difficulties Increase Risk of Behavior Problems in Children

...ifficulty with respect to the mother. Reports of aggression among children at the end of three years increased from 7%, 12%, 17% and 19% for reports of difficulty faced by mothers on a scale of zero, one, two or three areas, respectively. With respect to anxiety and depression, the figures rose from 9% to 14%...

Comfort Level, Maximum in Ethnically Diverse Schools

...types of harassment were name calling and physical aggression such as kicking and shoving, and that schools can take effective actions to reduce bullying. Bullying includes name-calling, making fun of others, spreading nasty rumors and physical aggression. 'Bullying is a problem that large numbers of kids co...

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