Tag: "expressive" at medical news
...gestive tract,// which scientists call by the very expressive
word borborygmi, represent the muscular contractions and expansions of peristalsis, the process that moves the contents of the stomach and intestines onward and downward. Some such noise is normal; Its absence when a doctor uses a stethoscope can i...
Want To Be Healthy: Just Write!
...ealth effects.// Previous work has suggested that expressive
writing has health benefits. If people write out their feelings, fears and worries it has both physical and psychological benefits. Two groups of students whose parents were divorced were asked to write about either how they felt about the split or ...
Children’s Stress Levels Directly Related To Maternal Job Satisfaction
...on, children from families that were either highly expressive
or reserved also had higher than the normal levels of the hormone. Hopefully, the study also reveals that placing such children in childcare units can overcome the above-mentioned effects. In view of the findings listed above, it may be time for em...
Make-Up Tips For Beginners
...er the eye or on the eyelid is enough to create an expressive
look. Experts also recommend lighter tones in eye shadow. In early spring, pastel tones are especially popular, says Bernard. Finding the right tone of eye shadow can determine an entire outfit. Teenagers usually can do without a heavy foundation...
Williams Syndrome, the Brain, and Music
...w strong empathy and have fluent and exceptionally expressive
language. Yet, they are confounded by the visual world around them: While they can’t scribble more than a few rudimentary lines to illustrate an elephant, they can verbally describe one in almost poetic detail. “The discrepancy between their engagi...