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Early menopause- The cause

...y studied, compared with only one out of 100 in an ethnically matched control group. Lead researcher Dr Andrew Shelling, from Auckland's National Women's Hospital, said the findings could lead to changes in women's reproductive habits. As women in developed countries delay motherhood into their 30s, it may ev...

Early menopause- The cause

...y studied, compared with only one out of 100 in an ethnically matched control group. Lead researcher Dr Andrew Shelling, from Auckland's National Women's Hospital, said the findings could lead to changes in women's reproductive habits. As women in developed countries delay motherhood into their 30s, it may ev...

Substituting soymilk for lactose intolerant students n schools: a great option

...erages. A four week study was conducted at three ethnically diverse elementary schools in Florida. The results were that almost a quarter of students were choosing soymilk over cow's milk at the end of a month. A 4% increase in the calcium-rich beverage selection and calcium consumption per gram of saturated ...

Heart Disease Increasing At An Alarming Rate In New Zealand

...new wave of coronary heart and vascular disease in ethnically predisposed populations and relatively younger people in both developed and developing countries around the world," Dr Sharpe wrote admitting that the trend was global and not limited to New Zealand alone. "The task of turning back the oncoming wave ...

Maternal Food Choices Determine Risk of Overweight Kids

...en, it has not been well studied among low income, ethnically diverse black children. <br...

Comfort Level, Maximum in Ethnically Diverse Schools

...s have expressed a high degree of comfort level in ethnically diverse schools, as the environment in these schoo...However, our analysis shows students feel safer in ethnically diverse classrooms and schools.' Juvonen and her colleagues studied classrooms with lower and hig...

Minorities, Uninsured Less Likely to Receive Care at High-Volume Hospitals

...gs in a large (12 percent of the U.S. population), ethnically diverse population that includes all patients undergoing the selected procedures without restrictions based on demographics, insurance, or sampling. While there is significant interest among health care policy experts in improving quality by directin...

Dementia Care Intervention Eases Burden for Families

...aregiver intervention on quality of life across an ethnically diverse population. About 4.5 million Americans with Alzheimer’s disease live at home with 75 percent being cared for by family members, making caregiver health a matter of significant interest and importance. The study enrolled 642 people who wer...

Who Gets Heart Failure? Race Takes Back Seat to Diabetes and High Blood Pressure

.... The study, started in 2001, is monitoring its ethnically diverse participants for six to eight years to see who develops heart failure and who does not. It is the first large-scale analysis of racial or ethnic differences in heart function. So far, 79 study participants have developed congestive heart fail...

Asians in US Increasingly Undergoing Plastic Surgery to Look White

...the anatomy of the Asian eye and are evolving more ethnically sensitive procedures, Park adds. GPL...

Race Takes Back Seat to Diabetes and High Blood Pressure

...). The study, started in 2001, is monitoring its ethnically diverse participants for six to eight years to see who develops heart failure and who does not. It is the first large-scale analysis of racial or ethnic differences in heart function. So far, 79 study participants have developed congestive heart fail...

American Cancer Society Launches Major New Study

...tudy 3 (CPS-3) aims to enroll a geographically and ethnically diverse group of half a million adults across the United States to help pave the way for the next generation of American Cancer Society research and further advance the understanding of the lifestyle, environmental, and genetic factors that cause or ...

A Pratical Tool to Detect Bone Mass Deficiencies in Children With Chronic Diseases

...a acquisition 2.A well-characterized, healthy and ethnically diverse sample large enough to capture normal bone mass variability 3.Statistical analysis methods that adequately characterize age-related trends and value distribution at different ages The study found that bone mass is still increasing at age 1...

Number of Children Hospitalized With Type 2 Diabetes on the Rise: Research

...eater morbidity among these children. Racially and ethnically minority children, i.e. Black, Hispanic and Native American children had the greatest risks of increasing hospitalizations for this disease, adding to the long and troubling list of health disparities disproportionately suffered by minority children ...

American Cancer Society Launches Major New Study

...tudy 3 (CPS-3) aims to enroll a geographically and ethnically diverse group of half a million adults across the United States to help pave the way for the next generation of American Cancer Society research and further advance the understanding of the lifestyle, environmental, and genetic factors that cause or ...

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