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Learning Words by Inference More Powerful for Toddlers

...e study, says she has found that learning words by inference is more powerful for 3-year-olds than just being t... "We found that our hypothesis was true, and that inference is better than instruction," said Brinster, a psychology major. Over the summer, Brinster worked ...

CT Scans may Not Benefit Lung Cancer Patients

...ethodological problems in that study and hence the inference cannot be fully trusted, others say. Screening tests are worthwhile, these researchers say, only if the death rate in the screened group is lower than the rate in people who are not screened. That is yet to be proven. A far more comprehensive st...

Flu Vaccination Must for Asthmatic, US Officials Stress

...rsons than normal were vaccinated that year. The inference is that under normal circumstances the asthmatic children undergoing flu vaccination could be lower than 29 per cent. That is a very disturbing trend as influenza could be fatal in asthmatic children or adults.Hence family doctors should take a gre...

Telephone Outreach Boost CRC Screening In Urban Minority

...lier studies that did not focus on minorities. The inference is that phone intervention may be particularly effective among groups who are less likely than the general population to have participated in screening." Source-Eurekalert PRI...

The Bulging Waist Line Determines Your Life Line

...los Iribarren, the lead researcher opined that the inference is that fat around the midriff determines your status of obesity and increases your risk to develop cardiac illness considerably. MS...

Long-time Gastric Acid Suppression Does Not Increase The Risk Of Cancer

...ts from previous studies', continued Lindblad. The inference is that the cancer risk may be due to underlying conditions, and not an independent, harmful effect of these drugs. In an interview, Dr Kenneth E L McColl, author of an accompanying editorial, agreed with him. McColl of the Western Infirmary, Glasgo...

‘Obesity’ Acquires Permanent Resident Status in the US

...a simple cardiovascular test. This test led to the inference that nearly a third of kids are obese. Pate said "About half the overweight adolescents failed to meet the fitness standard, but a large majority of the normal weight kids met it." The warning bell has struck; It is no exaggeration that unfit kid...

Curcumin –New Weapon Against Colorectal Cance

...116 human colon cancer cells, which has led to the inference that curcumin may help stop growth of colorectal cancer cells, and prevent its spread to other locations in the body. IL-8 is a potent inflammatory protein which accelerates the growth and spread of a variety of human cancer cells, including colorec...

Asthma Risk Related To Decreased Fruit and Vitamin C consumption

...mponents lead to decreased manganese intake. The inference drawn by the researchers from the study is to create a general awareness among the public/common man regarding the rise in the occurrence of asthma. Asthma has shown an increase in the world and it leads to loss of many man hours. Research on preve...

Asthma Risk Related To Decreased Fruit and Vitamin C consumption

...mponents lead to decreased manganese intake. The inference drawn by the researchers from the study is to create a general awareness among the public regarding the rise in the incidence of asthma, which is becoming a major public health concern. ...

Referral Schemes Blamed By GPs For Treatment Delay

...g to the British Medical Association feel that the inference lead to unnecessary delays in non-emergency operations. The referral management centres are currently being managed by staff belonging to primary care trusts. Some of the centres are not medically qualified to provide such services. The NHS manager...

HRT Not That Risky For Breast Cancer

...his is known as the cumulative absolute risk. The inference obtained said that a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer while taking hormone replacement therapy may be lower than we think. Until now, only population risk data have been available, so this analysis will help doctors to weigh the benefits and...

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