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Family Counseling To Encourage Children Eat Healthy

...heart disease. By combing through hospital records dating from 1987 to 1995, they had identified adults who had been treated for heart disease, stroke, or high cholesterol, and had invited their families to participate in the study. Source: Newswise ...

New Sexual Misconduct Rule Against Doctors In The US

...lready strict measures in place. Some say that the dating ban is unnecessary since in a small town the doctor may not have anyone else to date....

Do Women Die In Childbirth Because It Is More Preferable?

... of teen pregnancy rates. Increased inclination to dating behavior, use of alcohol and other drugs, lack of proper familial support, inadequate motivational levels, and sexual abuse/ assault are other predisposing factors. Teenage mothers are emotionally and physically less mature to have a healthy baby com...

How Did Early Man Treat Tooth Decay?

... molars from nine adults, in a grave in Pakistan , dating its origin back to about 7 500 to 9 000 years ago. To quote the words of Roberto Macchiarelli "Four teeth show signs of decay associated with the hole, indicating that the intervention in some cases could have been therapeutic or palliative." The r...

Dentistry Practiced 9,000 Years Ago In Western Pakistan

...ed molar found in a Neolithic graveyard in Denmark dating from about 3,000 BC. The Pakistani graves are from about 7,000 BC. The drilled molars, 11 in all, come from a sample of 300 individuals buried in graves at the Mehrgarh site, said to be the oldest Stone Age complex in the Indus River valley. A Fr...

Concern Over The Rise In Preterm Deliveries

...ors stated. A trend towards earlier ultrasound for dating and screening might also play a role. The researchers wrote that understanding the underlying causative factors may be still difficult, but lack of general public health measures to do with smoking, teenage and middle age pregnancy, prevention of sex...

Rising Number of Preterm Births Cause Concern

...cial class. A trend towards earlier ultrasound for dating and screening might also play a role. Untangling the underlying causative factors may be difficult, but general public health measures to do with smoking, teenage and middle age pregnancy, prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, obesity, and s...

Teenage Boys More Vulnerable And Emotionally Engaged In Romantic Relationships

... added Longmore, a professor of sociology. Early dating experiences have been a relatively neglected subject of study, according to the BGSU researchers. That's due to assumptions that such relationships are short-lived and shallow, and therefore not very influential, Giordano explained. The focus has bee...

Web Romance Is Catching Up Among The Youths In China

... one of the hundreds of girls who replied to Wei's dating advert. "If you leave a message and a picture on Pie Love, it is very likely to top the BBS headlines," said a Tsinghua graduate Yang Fang. SMTH has around six million readers a day and a top 10 topic will probably have more readers than the head...

Internet Dating Spares None

Internet dating is now commonly used by elders. One such instance ...dvantages of online portals like his own: Internet dating provides more potential partners to choose from, even while keeping the inhibition threshold for ini...

Exclusive Club For HIV /AIDS People Draws Criticism

A dating club, for people living with HIV/Aids, started by Luta Shaba, an HIV-positive Zimbabwean lawyer is drawing flak from Aids activists in the country. // Shaba says she dreams of seeing people living with the virus, engage in relationships and use ...

Freshness Dating? Researchers Express Doubts

...r experts feel this move is risky. // Freshness dating could backfire in big way, according to a forthcom... food as less tasty and less healthy. "Freshness dating tricks both our minds and our tastebuds," said Brian Wansink (Ph.D), Cornell Professor and director ...

Researchers Find Fewer Neurons in the Amygdala of Males with Autism

...ficits have been difficult to pinpoint. In studies dating back to the mid-1980s, researchers began focusing on the amygdala because of its importance in generating appropriate emotional responses and assimilating memories that are key to social learning – functions that are impaired by autism. “Previous m...

Male circumcision could avert HIV infection

... of the foreskin of the penis and it is a practice dating back to biblical times. In yet another study, Yale University researchers projected that increasing circumcision rates by just 10-20 percent could ward off 32,000-52,000 infections in Soweto, South Africa, alone over the next 20 years. A recent stu...

Vaccine Made from Live bird flu virus vaccine Offers Protection to Animals

...rao of NIAID using three different strains of H5N1 dating back to when the dangerous form first emerged in Hong Kong in 1997. The researchers reported that mice that got a single dose of vaccine, given in a nose spray, all survived normally lethal doses of H5N1. It was found that mice and ferrets given tw...

Luxury Spas Ride Boom in Wellness Industry in Poland

...adition of state-owned sanatoria, or health farms, dating from pre-1989 communist-era. Then, they were the playgrounds of the proletariat, where miners and steelworkers were sent to re-charge their batteries. Seventeen years after the collapse of communism, they have been revamped and are now mostly the d...

History of Brain Surgery Now in a 'Grey' Area Following Archeologists Finding

...an origin and native settlers in the Balkan region dating back to the Early Bronze Age. Thus this discovery noticed for being the first of its kind dating back to pre historic ages. A crude form of surgery involving drilling a hole in the skull is menti...

Sit-Ups and Sundaes Don't Mix: Diet With Exercise Works Best

... according to a new analysis of weight-loss trials dating back to 1985. "Exercise by itself is not going to be an effective weight-loss strategy for an individual, you really need to combine exercise with better nutrition," said lead study author Dr. Kelly Shaw. Shaw is a public health physician with th...

Cash Rewards for Meghalaya Tribes to Encourage Baby Boom

...ts to the wife's residence. Under Khasi customs dating back more than 1,000 years, children carry their mother's family name and women have the main say in the running of the household. The council now plans to offer cash rewards to all mothers having 15 or more children as part of a drive to encourag...

A Hot Date with the Lucrative UK Pharma Market

...07, a unique business// seminar and business speed dating event, which seeks to help international companies that are keen to expand into the United Kingdom pharmacy market to fast track their business and understanding of the market. New Frontiers 2007, which takes place between the 4th and 7th of Marc...

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