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New Site DrNorm.com Offers Hope and Healing to Parents of 'Difficult' Children During Holiday Season & Beyond

...18 /PRNewswire/ -- The holidays should bring peace, harmony, and treasured memories, but too often the stress of the season can foster difficult, even disorderly conduct among troubled children. Tantrums, defiant reactions, even disruptive, aggressive outbursts can destroy a family gathering and leave parents a...

Binge drinking tied to conditions in the college environment

...easures with higher drink thresholds fail to do," said Wechsler. Binge drinkers account for the vast majority of unintentional injuries, vandalism and disorderly behavior on campus due to alcohol, the researchers found. CAS research focused on the contribution of the college environment to student drinking...

Study Supports Change to Prostate Cancer Biopsy

...of disorder from another part of the samples. Such disorderly patterns are found in about 5 percent of cases but...r showed that men with Gleason score 7 plus this disorderly third pattern had a more rapid increase in prostat... 6.7 years in men with a Gleason score of 7 but no disorderly third pattern. In fact, the failure time for men w...

Teen Players Urged To Wear Helmets and Gloves to Avoid Sports Injuries

...ring and education by coaches and parents. Hockey and lacrosse leagues and organizations should review and enforce policies prohibiting this risky and disorderly conduct. ‘We believe 'helmets and gloves' is a disturbing activity that is largely unrecognized,’ Dr. Gordon comments. ‘We hope our article will incre...

A Bird-Flu Pandemic Is Detrimental To Global Economic Growth: Report

... temporary decline in global economic activity. A severe pandemic could pose risks to the global financial system. Market operations could become more disorderly in the case of a breakdown in the trading infrastructure, leading to limited or intermittent trading." ...

Excess physical activity can induce stress fracture in adolescent girls

...ty for fewer hours per week. The study also showed that adolescent girls who worked out for less than 16 hours per week had more chance of engaging in disorderly eating practices to control weight gain. For the girls who had vigorous activity for 16 or more hours a week, the chances of having a stress frac...
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