Work Strife Stresses the Heart
The link seems certain but solutions less so, experts say,,
FRIDAY, April 24 (HealthDay News) -- In tough economic times, work stress might be hard to avoid. But for people in stressful jobs, it's especially important to take steps to manage the stress in order to protect the heart.
Narconon of Georgia Saves Lives of Orphaned Children in Honduras
...duras, with the assistance of a local doctor and churches that support the orphanage. "I will continue to help these children, no matter the political strife
in the country," said Don Delgado, who has been heading up the Narconon project there for the last three years. "The children are the only real hope t...
Stable marriage is linked with better sleep in women
...Troxel presented related findings at SLEEP 2008, showing that marital happiness may lower the risk of sleep problems in Caucasian women, while marital strife
may heighten the risk. "The current findings dovetail with our previous work, suggesting that relationship stability as well as quality may be import...
Book examines heath care delivery in war-torn Africa
...is happening in these nations, for both for humanitarian and economic reasons. "It's not just groups of people who can't get along," says Buseh of the strife
in these nations. The fighting among warring factions in these areas impacts access to valuable minerals and natural resources that are an important p...
Seattle University in Partnership With the Opus Prize Foundation Award $1 Million Opus Prize
...undation today awarded the $1 million Opus Prize to Marguerite "Maggy"
Barankitse for her work providing safe havens to 30,000 child victims of
in Burundi, Africa. Two $100,000 winners also were honored.
Michael Woodard, founder of Jubilee House Community and Center for the
Development of Cent...
More marital happiness = less sleep complaints
... WESTCHESTER, Ill. Marital happiness may lower the risk of sleep problems in Caucasian women, while marital strife
may heighten the risk, according to a research abstract that will be presented on Monday at SLEEP 2008, the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Associated Prof...
World's Leading Health Experts Urge Countries to Use Newly Released Data to Prevent the Death of Millions of Children Due to Rotavirus
...ing collected in more than 50 countries.
Findings from many of these countries could be available within the next
"Despite the persistent strife
among countries which we hear about
almost daily -- scientific, policy and public health leaders from 67
countries have come together in common cause ...
Unions Successful in Targeting Healthcare Industry
...Washington from the United American Nurses (UAN)
-- The American Nurses Association's termination of its relationship with the UAN
-- Internal strife
between SEIU leadership and its locals, particularly in California
-- Unions' unprecedented financial and personnel commitments to support c...
Aging Gracefully, With a Chronic Disease
...r part of three decades, Sherrie Kossoudji has endeavored each day to manage the inflammation, chronic pain, tight joints and other types of physical strife
caused by rheumatoid arthritis.
Rheumatoid arthritis affects my life in as many ways as you could possibly imagine, and pretty much at all time...
MMR Immunization Drive Begins in Iraq
...cidence of measles drastically-from 9,181 in 2004 to below 500 in 2006. The greatest impediment to the perpetuation of such campaigns is the country’s strife
torn environment. This has made it difficult to keep a count of the children who have missed such immunization programmes.
The present campaign...
Research uncovers surprising lion stronghold in war-torn central Africa
...c wildlife species, including elephant, great herds of ungulates, and lion. But how many lions is poorly known, because the area's intense poverty and strife
have made it dangerous to carry out ground surveys of the cats, which can't be easily spotted from the air.
What can be readily seen and counted fr...
Worker ants of the world, unite! You have nothing to lose but your fertility
...er castes in ants represent the pinnacle of social organization in the insect world. As in any society, however, ant colonies are filled with internal strife
and conflict. So what binds them together? More than 150 years ago, Charles Darwin had an idea and now he's been proven right.
WTN interview: Dr. Jeffrey Grossman, CEO UW Medical Foundation
...hose institutions that are willing to make the investment, and go in to it with their eyes open, are then winding up with so much internal turmoil and strife
amongst physicians and administrators, that we are now hearing those stories increase as well. In essence, this is a matter of people of wanting to an...
Workplace flexibility: Give and take or tug of war?
...ng to in the workplace?
Well, actually neither workers or the workplace seem to be very relaxed. While there are few signs of outright conflict and strife
between management and workers, real tensions exist just beneath the surface. In this decade, productivity continues to grow apace. Corporate profits ...