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Gene Mutations Behind Fidgety Kids: German Scientists

Scientists in Germany said Thursday they have found compelling evidence of a genetic link to hyperactivity in children, identifying three mutations// prevalent in fidgety youngsters. A research team led by Professor Johannes Hebebrand of the University of Duisburg-Essen in western Germany stud...

Researchers Have Developed Computerized Garment to Diagnose Mental Illness

...ure of his activity. According to the scientists, patients with manic depression, also known as bipolar disorder, can become very agitated and fidgety and may repeat the same movements over and over again. It is a brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in a person's mood, energy, and ability to fu...

A New Study To Examine ADHD's Role In Smoking

... Most people find that smoking helps them alleviate symptoms like forgetting, distracted, impulsive or fidgety - now a new study launched by Columbia University Medical Center// investigates whether these symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders (...

Fish Oil Capsules Could Enhance Brainpower in Children

... noted improvements in concentration levels and behaviour, it noted. 'A couple of years ago, we noticed that a significant number of pupils were fidgety and had a low attention span, not being able to sit through the Harvest Festival. But now that has all changed,' said John Flockton, the school's head...

Children With ADHD May Just Be Sleepy

...rs instead of drugs // to cure them of their problem. ADHD is considered an issue of over alertness and nervousness, with affected children being fidgety and over stimulated. Yet, the use of stimulant medications (such as Ritalin) has been shown to be the most effective method for reducing ADHD symptoms...

Want to have a nice day? Eat breakfast!

...heir maths grades, attendance and punctuality. They found that children who ate breakfast regularly think faster and clearer and are less likely to be fidgety and irritable in the early part of the day and were also less likely to be described as anxious, depressed or hyperactive by parents & teachers. Studi...
Fidgety in Biological News

Iowa State researcher develops new treatment method for canine eye diseases

... that drug will be therapeutically active." With drops, there are also other issues such as missing a dose and not getting all the medicine into a fidgety dog's eyes. "It's a hassle for the owner to get the drops in. It is a hassle for the dog as well," he said. By putting this small pellet in...

Ceramic, heal thyself

...hese oxygen atoms leaves empty oxygen sites. The remaining oxygen atoms constantly jump in and out of those sites. "It is like a classroom full of fidgety kids," said Devanathan. "When the teacher turns her back, the kids constantly jump into empty chairs, leaving their own chairs vacant until another ki...
Fidgety in Biological Technology

Australia: Face Mask That Kills Swine Flu Readied for Australian Pandemic Fight

...illing germs. As it can remain germ-free after being touched, the BioMask is especially suitable for use by children, who tend to be both careless and fidgety when wearing a face mask. Filligent designed the BioMask to withstand the rigours of pandemic logistics. Apart from being as affordable as stan...
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