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M-rated Violent Video Games Most Popular Among Young Teens

...two-thirds of boys and more than one in four girls regularly played violent M-rated video games 'a lot in the past six months'. 'Grand Theft Auto', which is rated M for blood and gore, intense violence, strong language, strong sexual content, and use of drugs, was the most popular game series among the boys ...

Somerville, A Town Committed to Tackle Obesity Among Kids

...-tasting food, and samples of different foods were regularly made available. Parents also were drawn into the programme at meetings where they heard presentations about nutrition, at health bazaars complete with nutrition exhibits and at events such as community mini-marathons. The results seem modest, but...

Milk and Dairy Products Protect Against metabolic Syndrome

...most 50% more likely to die early. But those who regularly drank milk and ate dairy products, such as yogurt ... every day, and 56% less likely to have it if they regularly ate other dairy produce. And the more dairy produce the men consumed, the less likely were they to...

Targeted Food Tax to Improve Health

...lmost 50% more likely to die early. But those who regularly drank milk and ate dairy products, such as yogurt ... every day, and 56% less likely to have it if they regularly ate other dairy produce.And the more dairy produce the men consumed, the less likely were they to ha...

Wear Headgear While Playing Soccer

...ated Dr. Delaney. Unfortunately, adolescents who regularly wear headgear are not the rule and do not represent the majority of young athletes: most of them are young girls or adolescents who have already been injured. Girls, in general, are more prone to concussions in soccer and they may be more aware of ...

Extrovert People Drink More Alcohol

...her affects that of the young person: if he drinks regularly then the children readily do the same. If, however, he is more reserved then the same response is observed in the child. It is, however, not clear whether this is the result of genetic predisposition or imitation. Group roles and friendships play n...

Drink Milk for a Healthy Heart

...the amount of dairy products they ate. Those who regularly drank milk and ate dairy products were far less li... of milk a day, and 56 percent less likely if they regularly ate other dairy foods. The more dairy products a man consumed, the less likely he was to suffer fr...

Group Therapy and Willpower can Help Smokers to Quit

... in Cologne. The number of 12- to 17-year-olds who regularly light up has dropped to 18 percent, the figures show. Failure to quit smoking by relying on sheer willpower alone usually means that the smoker is physically addicted. "Nicotine is a very strong stimulant and one of the most dependency-inducing d...

China Closing in on US for Highest Number of Web-users

...connected via broadband and another 40 million who regularly log on using dial-up or mobile phones, according to the report by the government-controlled China Internet Network Information Center. The number of Internet users is expected to grow to 200 million by the end of this year, second only to the 211 m...

Chinese Eco-tourism Causing Infanticide Among Tibetan Monkeys

...d by them being confined to a restricted range and regularly competing for corn thrown by excited spectators. The study claims that this scenario has triggered adult aggression toward each other and toward their young, and as a result, less than half of the infants survive into adulthood. "I think a lot ...

Brit Women Opts for Fake Tan Than Exercise to Mask Their Worst Features

...t supporters of fake tans, with nearly seven in 10 regularly having sunbeds. The survey also discovered that people living in north-west England were the most likely to find fake tans a turn-on. The results were not just limited to women, for the poll found that men too opted for sunbed or a browning lotio...

Australia is Shamed by an Inquiry Report on Child Sexual Abuse in Aboriginal Communities

.... In one community children as young as six were regularly seen acting out sexual behavior in groups. One child was only three. According to the inquiry, overcrowded houses often exposed the children to sex and pornography. The high rate of sexually transmitted infections in teenagers aged between 12 and 1...

Penis Loses Its Most Sensitive Parts During Circumcision Process

...five locations on the uncircumcised penis that are regularly removed at circumcision had lower pressure thresholds than the ventral scar of the circumcised penis. This study suggests that the midway region from the external to the internal prepuce is the most sensitive region of the uncircumcised penis and m...

Europe's Last Dancing Bears Sheltered After Years of Abuse

...aised performing bears. "The bears' nails were cut regularly and cutting one nail off a bear hurts like cutting a whole human finger without anaesthesia," Khalil said. His Austrian-based organisation Vier Pfoten (Four Paws), together with French animal rights activist Brigitte Bardot, founded the Dancing Bears...

The Danger in Candy Cigarettes

...nd the corresponding percentages of adults who had regularly (often or very often) consumed candy cigarettes were 22% in current and former smokers vs. 14% in never smokers. Candy cigarettes are made of candy or gum, shaped into cylindrical sticks and sold in rectangular boxes roughly the size of cigarette p...

Some Common Human Injuries Also Common in Dogs

...erent kinds of injuries. One injury Roush treats regularly is a cruciate ligament rupture, an injury common i...TPLO surgeries a week. Another injury Roush sees regularly is traumatic fractures. Like cruciate ruptures, trauma fractures may have other contributing factors...

Keep a Cool Head on Hot, Humid Days to Avoid Heat Stroke

...bor - check on elderly and chronically ill persons regularly to make sure they're bearing up under the heat....

Questions Over Drugs to Prevent Heart Complications During Surgery

... Two types of drugs blockers and statins - are regularly given to patients to prevent such complications. They are given shortly before, during, or after surgery (the perioperative stage) to help lower blood pressure. But doctors in Australia now warn that the benefit of using these drugs at this time re...

Nephrologists Reassess Disaster Response Strategies

...isaster plan for each patient, and review the plan regularly with each patient.' The KERC's approach may also help to guide disaster preparedness planning for other vulnerable populations. Dr. Robert J. Kenney of Renal Associates of Baton Rouge, LLC, focuses on the need for every dialysis center to develop a...

Being Employed on the Moon can Cause Depression

...search in the area of employee health and wellness regularly appears top scholarly and professional journals worldwide. He teaches undergraduate and MBA courses related to human resource management at Rutgers-Camden....

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