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Briton Set for Pacific Solo Odyssey to Highlight Warming

...d secure a place in history when she sets out on a solo row across the Pacific Ocean from San Francisco on...d she was seeking to become the first woman to row solo across the Pacific to draw attention to oceanic pollution. "I want to shock people out of their co...

Pair Up-Prevent Melanoma

...ntrols),' the authors write. 'Significantly more solo learners than dyadic [paired] learners did not check their skin at the long-term follow-up visit (45 vs. 23), whereas significantly more dyadic learners checked their skin one time (19 vs. 9) and several times (13 vs. 4).' According to the authors, ...

Single Women and Lesbians To Enjoy Full Rights in Donor Child Proposals

...o very well being brought up by lesbian couples or solo parents.’ But other groups have expressed concern about the change. The Scottish Council on Human Bioethics (SCHB) said studies on the effects of children brought up without a father, which showed no difference to other families, were incomplet...

Video Games Fun but Pose Social, Health Risks

...ften do so at the expense of homework, and playing solo can isolate children from their peers, potentially...dren as other forms of exercise. But the game is a solo activity, Storch said. Dancing with friends or playing sports would get kids moving and give them a ...

Health Insurance Numbers Declining In American Families

... or more. · 63% of working uninsured adults were solo business owners or were working for firms with fewer than 100 employees. · More than half (51%) of uninsured adults reported medical debt or bill problems. Of those, nearly half (49%) used up all their savings to pay their bill, and two of five wer...

Fewer Doctors Treating For Free

...udy reveled that about 80 percent of physicians in solo practice or small groups -- employing 10 physicians or fewer -- provided charity care in 2004 to 2005, and this has not changed significantly since 1996-1997. By comparison, physicians in larger groups and institutional-based practices, like medical ...

Group Jogging More Beneficial To Health Than Solo Jogging

...th a friend will be more beneficial to health than solo jogging. // Researchers led by Professor Elizab...vard University compared the costs and benefits of solo jogging with those for exercise in a group and found that contrary to accepted wisdom, jogging was n...

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