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Risk of Water Intoxication in Endurance Athletes

...sary to drink for good health is not based on real factual data, said Dr. Joseph Verbalis at Georgetown University Medical Center. Many in our society have promoted the idea that you need to continually drink a large amount of fluid, such as 8 ounces of water eight times a day. But most people dont really ne...

Diet for Autism

...ovements. But these claims are based on hope, lack factual basis and fall short of the required scientific evidence. Early studies did observe improvements in behavior and cognitive skills in autistic children who were placed on special diets. But the research lacked specificity, as it was not corrobo...

UK Facing Major Sexual Health Crisis Among Teens

... be made to ensure young people receive "clear and factual information on the effects of drugs, alcohol and sex, and exposing the myths". Such elements should be part of compulsory education, rather than the non-statutory arrangement in schools as at present, the report said. One recommendation was for th...

Stem Cells Use in the Future

...allow them to make this decision based on unbiased factual information about stem cells and cord blood collection. For more information contact: Wayne Channon, Email: cells4life@hotmail.co.uk...

Media Charged With Sensationalism

...ul on how we do that. It needs to be reported in a factual way but not be over-dramatic”, HSE’s Geoff Day said speaking at the launch of a new set of guidelines for the portrayal of suicide in the media”, he said. “Although suicide is a legitimate subject for media coverage and reportage, certain types of ...

Men Easy To Satisfy Than the Opposite Sex In Terms Of Physical Appearance

... not only by the perceived changes but also by the factual differences in the body. Both the sexes shedded an intermediate amount of pounds establishing the fact that an hour’s work out everyday is ample to healthy and a trim body. ...

WHO says MMR vaccine is safe and recommends MMR Jab to all children’

...ents and health professionals with access to clear factual information about the vaccine and MMR is recognized by the World Health Organization as having an outstanding safety recrd”....

Memories change with age

...supplying exact details, but produced more general factual information. The researchers think this may reflect differences in our values and roles in society as we age. It could be the effect of the intervening life experience that leads older people to express their memories differently. The researchers now...

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