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Ageing stem cells at the root of infections, leukemia

...in the younger mice, continue to behave as before, inculcating in the younger mice the same manifestations that were present in the older mice. Reference: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, June 2005...

Link between Faith, Health and Healing

...to love life again. The adult programme focuses on inculcating healthy eating habits, ability-appropriate exercise, mind/body and faith/health disciplines. To reinforce their faith in God Cancer Survival and Bible Study Kits are given to all cancer patients. A point to be made here is that these programmes su...

Rural India shows apathy towards dental problems: Survey

...rly and other oral care information."He added that inculcating awareness about oral health at an early age proves to be beneficial later in life. The survey noted the apathy in the rural areas towards oral problems. People here were found to blame teeth problems to their birth or bad food. ...

Headaches Among Children And Sleep Problems Are Interrelated

...he view that one step in stopping headaches was by inculcating good sleep hygiene in children. The study also found that age is one factor that puts children at a risk for headache. Teenagers have the highest level of risk which may be partly due to a higher stress level for teens than for younger children. I...

Kids To Junk Unhealthy Food, Take Up Fitness

...the role of pediatricians, parents and teachers in inculcating good habits in children. There are currently no guidelines on physical activity for young children across the country and the government working party is now deciding on the level of exercising the children need and the type of healthy foods that ar...

'Cancer Prevention' - In Your Hands

...licy decision-makers, to go the extra mile towards inculcating healthy lifestyle habits in children, so that they grow up to be healthy adults. Tobacco and Cancer: A smoke-free environment forms the basic premise of any cancer prevention programme. Nearly 30% of all cancer deaths are caused by the use of ...

MEND - Child Obesity Programme Records Success

... more than 1000 children. The programme focused on inculcating healthy habits in the whole family. Mother of Mathew Williams who lost a good amount of weight through this program said, "It involved lessons about nutrition and diet and how to analyze food labels and food items so that you were in control of how...

Nurturing Our Nurses for Healthcare Par Excellence

...compensation cannot be over emphasized. Alongside, inculcating attributes of ownership and leadership is a sure shot way to boost morale. Poor equipments and deficiencies in the working environment should be addressed as this is a deterrent to effective functioning of the nursing section. A safe workplace is...

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