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Smoking may be influenced by Parents

...n curb this behavior. Researchers gave a group of seventh and eighth graders in San Diego a questionnaire that asked about their parents' smoking "prompting" behaviors. The students' parents completed a similar questionnaire. Researchers compared data from 242 smoking parents and their children. Results sh...

The Link Between Pregnancy and Restless Legs Syndrome

...lly around the sixth month, reaching a peak at the seventh and eighth months of pregnancy. RLS prevalence dramatically decreased around the time of delivery....

The Link Between Pregnancy and Restless Legs Syndrome

...lly around the sixth month, reaching a peak at the seventh and eighth months of pregnancy. RLS prevalence dramatically decreased around the time of delivery....

Genes Linked To Cigarette Addiction

... as many cigarettes. In a study, carried out among seventh graders in 10 schools, kids with the normal gene averaged about 29 cigarettes a week, compared to just 12 for kids with the inactive form of the gene. Kids with a partially inactive version of the gene smoked about 17 cigarettes a week. Researchers...

"Defeat AIDS Pledge" by Andhra CM

...d. "This is necessary as many children drop out at seventh or eighth standard," he said. He also underlined the need to teach morals to students, avoid premarital sex and be faithful to one's life partner. "They should also be taught on the precautions to be taken if they commit a mistake," he said. Ramad...

Popularity Among Peers Increases Susceptibility To Smoking Habit Among School Children

...ollow up study was conducted when they reached the seventh grade. Students were defined as smokers if they had ever smoked-whether just a puff or a whole cigarette-and they were classified as susceptible to smoking if they refused to rule out any smoking in their future. Popularity was measured by the number...

Developing Specific Skills Ensure Better Grades In US Kids

...ional management and decision-making skills in the seventh grade ensured that kids performed better and got higher grades on the Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL) that was given to 10th graders in 2002/03. Charles Fleming, the lead author of the study and a research analyst with the Social Dev...

Dealing With Stress Results In Better Academic Performance

...gher test scores and grades can be achieved in the seventh grade as a result of greater attachment to the school, and better emotional, social and decision making skills. This has a direct bearing upon the grades awarded by the Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL) to 10th graders. Lower grades ...

Premature birth linked with pregnant women on night shift

...took part in the study were all interviewed in the seventh month of their pregnancy. 'The effects of night work needs more evaluation to confirm and establish any risk,' said Richard Warren, Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology The 9.2% of women (166) who worked nights were found to be at a 50% in...

China reports seventh bird flu victim

...ursday the Chinese officials have confirmed // the seventh death in china due to Bird flu infection. The seventh victim, Zhou was a 41 year old women factory worker of Sanming City who was hospitalized after showi...

Mystery over bird flu infection to Ms. Zhou – China’s 7th bird flu victm

...ity contacted the bird flu virus. Zhou // , is the seventh victim of bird flu infection in China, she was hospitalized after showing symptoms of fever and pneumonia. It is not yet known how she got the virus as it is said that she was no where in contact with poultry and moreover she did not take any chicke...

More Funds required for Asian Countries to fight Bird Flu

...s from the river Qinghai and China as reported its seventh death due to bird flu recently in the Sanming City. World Health Organization feels that the bird flu infection started in Asian poultry and the pandemic of bird flu infection could start from Asia as it as already infected more than 130 people in As...

Poverty Claims Valuable Lives Of Children In Orissa

...tre some 15 km away, Subarna lost her child in the seventh month of pregnancy. Twenty-year-old Samali Juang, the only woman educated up to the seventh standard in Hatisila village, was more fortunate. Although her third child survived, the boy suffers...

New 'PPUD Syndrome' Prevalent Among Indian Doctors In Britain

...rve palsy, resulting in drooping of the shoulders; seventh nerve palsy, resulting in expressionless face and inability to smile; disturbed gait; and kyphosis, with inability to stand straight and keep their heads high. Skin manifestations: dry skin from exposure to the atmosphere (no money for moisturisers...

Ranbaxy Expands By Acquiring A Generic Company In Belgium

...scape, in the Benelux countries'. Belgium is the seventh largest pharmaceutical market in Europe. Ranbaxy plans to manage operations in the Benelux territories, including Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg, out of Ethimed's present location. 'Ethimed offers Ranbaxy a ready and robust distribution...

Its High Time the Australian Government Takes Steps against Diabetes

... disease prevention. He said that diabetes was the seventh highest cause of death in Australia. He said that those with poor diets and a sedentary lifestyle were most at risk. Neville Howard, the president of Diabetes Australia pointed out that more than 80% of the people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes a...

Kids Eat What They Watch

...g habits for 548 Boston-area students in sixth and seventh grade and did follow-up studies after 19 months. The researchers mainly questioned about snacks and beverages commonly advertised on television, such as soda, chips, fast food and baked snacks like cookies. Students were asked to estimate the numb...

Junk Food Ads: The Culprit Behind Childhood Obesity

...intake. For the study, 548 students in sixth and seventh grade in Boston were surveyed for their dietary patterns including use of the snacks and beverages such as soda, chips, fast food and baked snacks like cookies, which are commonly advertised on television, and their television viewing habits includin...

Anti-Quota Stir: Students Take Out Massive Silent Rally

...or Equality', said. The medicos, who were on the seventh day of the agitation, were demanding a complete rollback of the proposed 27.5 per cent quota for OBCs in elite educational institutions and a review of the existing reservation policy. Source: PTI New...

Bird Flu: WHO probing possibility of human-to-human infection

...as member of an extended family and the WHO said a seventh member was infected with H5N1 virus. However, the agency also reassured that the virus has not mutated to a more deadly form. To date, WHO said, the investigation has found no evidence of spread within the general community and no proof that efficie...

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