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Lazy Children may Face Chronic Health Problems

Children who are lazy and inactive may later face chronic health problems, says a study that advices parents of such children to take steps before it is too late . Kamlesh Khunti and other researchers at Leicester University investigated activity levels among more than ...

Sweat It Out- Prevent Colon Cancer

... from the illness. Say researchers for those too lazy to pump iron: even household activities like scrubbing the tub, washing windows etc. will suffice....

Easing Kids into the Basics of Back to School

...us academic workloads, endless hours of free time, lazy afternoons and wee-hour bedtimes will soon be hazy// summer memories. To prevent this shock to the system child health experts advise how to keep children well-versed in healthy living. The National Sleep Foundation recommends that a few weeks bef...

Botox Treatment Now With A Lesser Dose And Increased Safety

...of other conditions, including migraine headaches, lazy eyes and excessive sweating. It is developed from the botulinum neurotoxin, the most lethal poison known and a potential bio terrorist weapon. In a medical setting, small doses this toxin blocks the release of a chemical acetylcholine that is necessa...

A new disease: couch potato: needs drug therapy

...bilitating form of MoDeD but others are just plain lazy and have "an absolute right to just sit there.” Moynihan is critical of the role of Healthtec's promotion of MoDeD and what he calls the “corporate-sponsored creation of illness". Moynihan says, “In almost any condition you take there are people at...

Sleep Inertia Resembles Intoxication

...cluded that such people could not afford to have a lazy prefrontal cortex. The math test challenged short-term memory, counting skills, and speedy thinking. The prefrontal cortex handles all these activities. The good news is that sleep inertia does not last for more than 3 minutes. But further studies ...

Children’s obesity linked to video game

...l be hi-tech whiz kids but would be very obese and lazy as they are more attached to indoor games with no physical activity.// A survey conducted by North East Wales Institute of Higher Education found that there is an increase in obesity in children’s due to no physical activity and poor diet rich in fat...

Lazy Eye Can Be Effectively Treated By New Approach

...ment now offers hope for treatment of Ambylopia or lazy eye as it is commonly called. It has been develope...he USC and three other Chinese universities. //A lazy eye in children can appear normal, although there may a compromise in the vision even when correctiv...

Screening of Lazy Eye

...tudy some light was thrown on the vision loss with lazy eye, but not in the eye affected by the condition....population is born with amblyopia, commonly called lazy eye. Many countries routinely screen for lazy eye. The goal is to restore vision to as normal as p...

Eyedrops for amblyopia

...for some forms of amblyopia," the medical name for lazy eye, said Dr. Paul Sieving, director of the National Eye Institute. The study found the drops worked as well as patches in treating mild to moderate forms of the disorder in children ages 3 to 6. More severe forms, may require patches....

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