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Shockwave Lithotripsy is Effective for Pediatric Urolithiasis

...15%. The re-treatment rate was 58%. The efficiency quotient was 47. They also found that stone size correlated with a stone free rate while patient age and stone location did not have a significant impact. The group concluded that shockwave lithotripsy is an effective modality to treat pediatric upper urina...

Fish Intake Linked to Higher IQ in Offspring

...ncy was associated with higher verbal intelligence quotient (IQ) scores// in the children, says a new study. ...and his colleagues report that verbal intelligence quotient (IQ) scores for children from mothers with no seafood intake were 50 per cent more likely to be in t...

Smart Kids are Opting to Be Vegetarian!

Children with high intelligence quotient mostly turn vegetarian as they grow up, as reported on Friday in accordance to recent research.// Dr Catherine Gale working at University of Southampton as an epidemiologist said, "People who are more intelligent as children, who will obviously keep...

Know Thy Hangover Quotient

London – Intelligence quotient seems to hold sway on the degree of hangover one might experience, after a night of high spirits, a new research has found. //Scottish researchers delved into this arena, and studied the connection between the hangover feeling and IQ, discovering tha...

Women- Don’t drink and Be Pregnan

Women, a zero alcohol quotient is highly conducive for the cognitive development of the baby in the womb, a new research has suggested//. Infact, even moderated alcohol intake during the initial months can cause irreparable damage to the unborn child. The study conducted by the U...

Tool To Detect Health Literacy among Patients

...rs to understand the patient’s health intelligence quotient and interpret in simpler terms. This tool is available in both Spanish and English. This will provide a clue about the patient’s ability to read and understand health information in English. Diseases like diabetes, asthma, and heart failure need...

Fitness levels in Men Correale with risk of Cardiovascular disease

...0-per-cent lower risk of mortality. Physical ftnes quotient employed in the study is equivalent to walking 130 to 138 minutes per week.Researchers analyzed the cardiovascular risk factors and cardio-respiratory fitness of 19,125 men ages 20 to 79 and established that men who met the criteria for therapeutic ...

Dementia and memory linked to IQ of the teens

...ave been able to discover that teenage intelligent quotient (IQ) may be related to how much dementia and memory loss can affect a person at his old age. Dementia is a condition where the person is affected by impaired intellectual capability. Some signs of dementia are short-term memory loss, inability to d...

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