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Children suffer the most when parents divorce

...ren of parents in high conflict relationships, who chose to remain together.The study also went into causes of divorce and mentions that parents who are less rooted in their communities, who are less religious, who have few friends, who don’t own a house and who move their residences often are more prone t...

Baby Talk Better Than Adult Speech

...gram to pick out key vowel sounds in English. They chose "o", "oo", and "ee" because these sounds were felt to be very unique. Then 10 mothers were recorded saying the words "sock", "shoe", and "sheep" in two different ways. The first go around the moms were talking to an adult. The second time they spoke ...

Music soothes labour pain

...0, all having their first baby. Women in one group chose from among five types of calming music and listened to it for the first three hours in hospital after their active labour started. The women in the second group received standard care during labour. Standard care at the two hospitals was to not give...

Debate On Marriage

...men who remained with their first partner. Men who chose to live with a new partner after a divorce also re...ers was better in long-term relationships, men who chose to marry their partners had poorer mental health than those who chose only to live with them. Women,...

The Reason For Depression in Adolescents

... difference in hippocampus measurement.Researchers chose to study adolescents to get a more accurate measure of the link between depression and brain size. Choosing to study adult patients may have introduced side effects of long-term illnesses or treatment. Researchers say these conclusions should be con...

Abnormal Brain Structure One Of The Reasons For Depression in Adolescents

... difference in hippocampus measurement.Researchers chose to study adolescents to get a more accurate measure of the link between depression and brain size. Choosing to study adult patients may have introduced side effects of long-term illnesses or treatment. Researchers say these conclusions should be con...

The Reason For Depression in Adolescents

...difference in hippocampus measurement .Researchers chose to study adolescents to get a more accurate measure of the link between depression and brain size as choosing to study adult patients may have introduced side effects of long-term illnesses or treatment. In conclusion researchers say their findings ...

Genes More Important Than Exercise for Bad Cholesterol

...h identical twins share exactly the same genes, we chose these twins because they had very different lifestyles," He further added:"One member of each pair was a regular long-distance runner, someone we contacted through Runner's World magazine or at races around the country. His brother clocked 40 kilomet...

Its Possible To Grow Bone To Replace The Damaged Bone

... for delivery of cells within the human body. They chose the material because it contained calcium, a known trigger for bone growth. Their major concern was that the bioreactor would fill with scar tissue instead of bone, but that didn?t happen. Instead, it filled with bone that is indistinguishable from t...

Choice Of Treatment Increases Risk Of Death In Kidney Disease

...ipants, men and women between 18 and 96 years old, chose the method of dialysis: 274 selected peritoneal dialysis and 767 selected hemodialysis. Initial results showed that during the first year of treatment, patients choosing peritoneal dialysis were doing as well as patients on hemodialysis. Death rate...

Understanding The Role Of Olfaction In Taste

...od odour, and lavender for the non-food. They also chose two odorant chemicals - butanol and farnesol - to test a theory that the olfactory system distinguishes molecules according to whether they are more water soluble (butanol) or oily (farnesol). Their results showed that the chocolate smell activated...

Worlds Largest Cord Blood Bank to be started in India

...get a commission on the company’s sales. Histostem chose India as the launch pad for its global operations because it” has the largest birth count in the world,” and its one billion plus population is genetically diverse enough to match the genetic characteristics of people worldwide. The bank plans to col...

Abortion Does Not Increase Risk Of Depression In Women

...ermination reported less depression than those who chose to carry on with the unwanted pregnancy. However, the observed effect could be due to the differences in education and income between the two groups. Women who went for abortion also tended to have fewer children already, consistent with the associ...

India - Favored Orthopedics Surgery Destination

...US Food and Drug Administration," Gudeus added. I chose S.K.S. Marya at Max Healthcare Institute after corresponding with him through e-mail. The fact that I could address all my queries without waiting for an appointment or paying $200 for a five minute consultation were some of the deciding factors, she...

Food Habits Could Change Your Genes

...egulator in genes. "Ultimately one would want to chose diets that would give you the most beneficial pattern of DNA methylation in the gut. But it is too early to say that we know the dietary strategy to do that. "Genes regulate all the processes in the body and things that change gene expression, ther...

A Comparative Study On Dietary Habits In Middle School Students And Increase In Weight

...researchers scrutinized 16 middle schools randomly chose of which the eighth grade students were considered. Based on the information the relationship between Body mass index and food intake was analyzed. Schools were asked about a variety questions like food policies, health programs and food guidelines. ...

Happiness Plays An Important Role In Success

... are related to culturally valued success. They chose to use these different types of evidence to bolster their confidence in establishing cause-and-effect relationships among happiness, positive affect, and success. Cross-sectional studies compare different groups of people and answer questions like, "...

Art therapy compliments cancer therapy.

...ed in a scale calibrated from 0-10. Participants chose from a variety of activities and those who were not able to work were assigned a separate art therapist. After the Art therapy session eight symptoms showed reduced levels in the scale of 10. Tiredness level dropped to 2.9 from 4.4, anxiety to 1.8 ...

Wine Drinkers Eat Healthy Food

... transactions, the researchers found beer drinkers chose fattier, meatier options, whereas wine buyers bought more olives, fruits and vegetables. Wine buyers also bought more poultry, cooking oil and low-fat cheese than beer buyers. The study, which appeared in the British Medical Journal, said beer ...

Wine Drinkers Good Health, Attributed To Their Lifestyle

... determining the mortality rates. The researches chose 98 outlets from which the analyzed 3.5 million transactions from two large Danish supermarket chains. The research data consisted of the name, number and prices of items purchased in the supermarkets and focused only on food purchases. The researche...

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