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Baby Talk Better Than Adult Speech

...ust cute -- scientists say it could be helping the youngster master the language.There has been some controversy swirling around about whether baby talk is good for your little one.// Some have suggested that normal grownup talk is actually better for infants' speech development.So, University of Washington in...

Condoms May not be safe Enough

...ion against STDs. More worrying is the aspect that youngster today do not practice proper condom use and these studies may further result in their dumping the use of condoms. This growing confusion is likely to be a matter of debate in the coming months and new guidelines may need to be formulated. Condoms sho...

Reverse Heart Transplant Surgery On A Little Girl Makes History

...s undergone an astonishing 'reverse' heart. // The youngster had her first heart transplant ten years ago, carried out by transplant pioneer Sir Magdi Yacoub. The girl then enjoyed good health with the donor heart that Sir Magdi had transplanted 10 years ago in a lifesaving operation. Sir Magdi as an unusual ...

Thalidomide for Tumor Treatment

... tumor. Doctors are using it in a trial round on a youngster Robert Wadsworth who is 12 years old to shrink his brain tumor. He is been taking the treatment for three months and he said that he is tired and suffers from mild aches. The study leader Professor Richard Grundy said that as the patient is fully gro...

'Copycat Attitude' Pushes Kids to Commit Suicide

...t at VIMHANS, "When the psychological problem of a youngster goes unnoticed, it leads to complexity. And in a fit of anger they take the extreme step without even knowing the consequence. Here similar cases play a vital role." "Once some abnormality is seen in a child, parents must take him or her to an exp...

Rare Transplant Gives B.C Youngster 4 New Organs

A rare transplant at TG Hospital gave a B.C. youngster a bowel, liver, pancreas and stomach. Lori MacIver of Prince George, B.C. was told to prepare// for the death of her son. She said, "They were telling me to prepare and to accept, but I still wasn't on that page." Her son Gairett, 18, is now recove...

Fish Oils Supplements Could Cool Violent Children

...d been involved in the most violent incidents. One youngster had to be restrained 10 times prior to the trial but recorded no incidents while taking the capsules, the researchers claimed. The study suggests students become better able to control their anger, as teachers were less likely to have to intervene t...

ADHD Problem in Children – a Risk Factor for Alcohol Problems in Later Lif

...rself." "In other words," added Hinshaw, "when a youngster has ADHD, he or she is more likely to either provoke higher rates of drinking in parents, exacerbating overall stress levels; or be more confused and upset by parental drinking, then reverting to this pattern himself or herself." However, noted Mol...

Fear of Needles, Greedy Dealer 'saved' Lennon and Ono from Heroin Addiction

...had not insisted on seeing his son Sean before the youngster went to sleep on December 8, 1980, he might have escaped the deranged fan who shot him outside the couple's apartment in New York. "We were returning from the studio, and I said, 'Should we go and have dinner before we go home?' and John was saying...

Exposure to Computer Games can Be 'good' for Kids, Says New Study

...gination. Through computer games kids meet other youngster of their age from different ethnicities, which they do not come across otherwise. "Multi-player online games give children a freedom to explore but without their parents worrying about where they are in an age when, in real life, they are not allow...

AIDS No Longer a Death Sentence for South Africa's Children

...nd babies that are sick with AIDS," the diminutive youngster told 10,000 delegates from around the world. Nkosi, who was at the time the country's longest-living HIV positive child, died the following year but his legacy persists. His adoptive mother Gail Johnson, whose campaign for young AIDS victims is being...

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