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Yet another plus for breast feeding!

...ed their babies are much more likely to turn their backs on their baby or put the baby's head at the same level as their own, increasing the risk of smothering the baby. Researchers also studied whether bed-sharing could increase the risk of smothering. A BBC news report indicated that nearly two-thirds o...

New Hair in 15 Days Could Now Be A Possibility Say Researchers

...g on adult hair growth, the researchers shaved the backs of telogen-phase transgenic and wild-type mice, and then applied 4-OHT once. Within 15 days, the transgenic mice grew new hair, whereas wild-type still had none . Furthermore, the new hair was histologically indistinguishable from normal hair, and pr...

Your Wheezing Could be Due To Your Bed

...uilt was more evident in people who sleep on their backs because their face is closer to overlying bedding, and thus in close proximity to the airway. Thus researchers suggest that more focus on the bedding environment immediately adjacent to the nose and mouth needs to be taken care of as it may provoke ...

Accuracy of Mammograms

...covered by a non-profit health plan comparing call backs for false-positive results with the women’s weight.Women who were considered overweight -- those with a body mass index between 25 and 29 -- were 17 percent more likely to be called back due to a false-positive than those with normal or below normal ...

Sharing a bed with infants may raise the risk for SIDS

... after pregnancy, and placing the infants on their backs to sleep. From the new association seen between sharing a bed, researchers concluded that sleeping with parents can put extra stress on the infant apart from being too close to the pillow or the blanket. Reference: The Journal of Pediatrics, July 2...

Weighty problem: Protein is the solution?

...e and the time has come when no one can turn their backs towards it. But whether protein could be the key to bringing the obesity epidemic to its knees, opinion is divided. So much said and done is not the end! In order to make a conclusive statement lot of aspects both scientific and economical need to...

Infants must be put to sleep in separate beds to prevent SIDS

... Emphasis is also given to placing babies on their backs rather than on their stomach and sides. Moreover, babies should be put to sleep in a room that isn’t overly hot on a firm crib mattress, covered by a sheet. The use of soft, cushy bedding such as pillows, comforters or quilts should be avoided. Smok...

Aussie teens applauded for declining sun tan

Australian teenagers are turning their backs on tanning amid growing concerns over skin cancer, according to The Cancer Council's National Sun Survey. The survey shows that teenagers are resisting the urge to tan because of skin cancer risks. // The Survey interviewed 5,073 Australian adults a...

Toddlers Have Respiratory Trouble When Sleeping With Their Face Up

.../are more likely to occur when they sleep on their backs rather than on their side or other positions. This...f having infants to sleep either on their sides or backs to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) might still be valuable....

“Super Broccoli” Could Confer Better Cancer Protectin

...t skeptics are not easily convinced, "The research backs current thinking that genetic differences may affect how we absorb nutrients from our food," said Josephine Querido, of Cancer Research UK. "When it comes to food, there is no one particular 'super' fruit or vegetable that will protect you from cance...

Several helping of fruits and vegetables help the pressure off the pump- the heart!

... vegetarian!” This is inferred by a new study that backs the efficacy of a diet rich in veggies, whole grains and fruits to promote good health. // This was revealed by a group of researchers of London's Imperial College. Their findings were that that people who eat their fill of plant foods are more lik...

SIDS on the rise

...uld be asked to put their babies to sleep on their backs and this message should be spread among the deprived area where the incidence is on the rise....

Heart Disease Can Be Avoided By Tackling The Cholesterol Early

...published in the New England Journal of Medicine1, backs up growing evidence that the foundations for heart disease are laid down early in life. The work is particularly significant because it focused on Americans who were at high risk of disease - many smoked, had hypertension or diabetes. A healthy...

50% of young US adults uninsured

...ted States cannot boast of a health insurance that backs them up, and so is the case with nearly 15 million// American adults who have been uninsured for nearly four years in succession. A report from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, found that those Americans who were not covered under he...

Sleeping Position Speaks A Lot About The Couples Relationship

...o don't touch at all over night and who turn their backs toward each other indicates tension, Goulston and Dunkell said. But perhaps it is just a matter of comfort, as is the case with Lisa and Martin. They are, however, more of an exception because one partner's need to snuggle and another one's habit o...

Suffering from computer ache: try forearm support

...ess pain level in their hands, wrists, arms, upper backs and shoulders. The people were divided into four groups that were receiving: ergonomics training, training plus a trackball, training plus forearm support, or training with both a trackball and forearm support The results were that the trackball...

Fear Of Flat head Syndrome Makes Parents Ignore Advice About Cot Death

... ignoring advice to place babies to sleep on their backs to reduce the risk of cot death amid fears about a...93 suggested that failing to sleep babies on their backs increased their chances of cot death by nine times.Peta Smith, of the Association of Paediatric Char...

High Death Rate In UK Due To Melanoma Skin Cancer

...at it would be a good idea if they could get their backs checked by their partners....

Bone Strength Increases In Rats With Citrus Juice Breakfast – Study Say

...40 different ones, Patil cautioned. ‘This study backs up our thoughts about the value of citrus,’ Patil said, noting that until researchers completely understand the interaction of grapefruit juice and certain medications, a person should ask a doctor. ‘In general, people should eat a variety of all ...

Nurses Face Unemployment

...erall shortage of nurses across the NHS; these cut backs are a short-term, short-sighted solution.’ Liberal Democrat health spokesman Steve Webb MP criticized the government for its mismanagement of the NHS, which has caused fully qualified nurses to be put on the scrap heap. Shadow health secretary An...

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