Tag : study

A Day In The Life Of The New York Riveters Women's Hockey Team

News  4 December '16

Which Countries' Students Are Excelling In Academics?

Among the countries whose children have been found out to excel in mathematics, UK is not one of them.

Florida Prepares As Hurricane Matthew Barrels Towards Atlantic Coast

School Age  30 November '16

Are You Cramming For Exams? Goodluck Scoring An A

Every student who has panicked while reading the same page of a textbook over and over again may suspect this.

Walk to End Alzheimer's Los Angeles

Health/Nutrition  30 November '16

Sharp Memory In Alzheimer Patients Possible? New Research Directs Neuroscientists Toward Another Analysis Framework

New study shows that patients with Alzheimer's signs could still have a sharp memory.

Drive, Chip and Putt Championship - TPC Sawgrass

Health/Nutrition  28 November '16

Stuttering: The Role Of Neuro-Metabolite Alterations Across The Brain To Developmental Speech Problem

A new theory regarding stuttering has come into play. Researchers have been studying speech deficiency through MRS technology and linking it to neural connections.

California Town Of El Centro Struggles With Highest US Unemployment Rate

School  26 November '16

Maternal Support In Young Age Can Increase Children's Abilities In Mathematics, Study Says

Young children whose mothers support them during play, specifically in their labeling of object quantities, have better math achievement.

2011 Consumer Electronics Show Showcases Latest Technology Innovations

Toddler  18 November '16

Distressing Childhood Correlated With Dysfunctioning Blood Regulation

A difficult childhood may be associated with a risk of poor blood pressure regulation, according to new research.

California Department of Public Health Calls E-Cigarettes A Health Threat And Calls For Regulation

Teens/Young Adults  9 November '16

Vaping Teens Most Likely To Be Heavy Smokers And Traditional Cigarette Smokers? Study Claims

A new study claims that teens who vape are most likely to become traditional cigarette smokers and smoke more often.

Cleveland Prepares For Upcoming Republican National Convention

Teens/Young Adults  31 October '16

Parenting Teens: Should Teenagers Be Compelled To Do Jobs?

Teens often like getting down to the practical life instead of attending those boring classes, but not all of them have a choice.

Incarcerated Women Allowed To Keep Newborns In Illinois Pilot Program

Family Life  19 October '16

Parenting News & Updates: How Parenting Practices Can Make Or Break A Child’s Growth And Development

Studies support the principle that parenting practices play a vital role in the development of the child.

Online pornography

Development  14 October '16

Online Pornography And Its Effect On Young Minds: Withdrawal From Society, Usage Of Profanity, Negative Behavior

Not only adults are prone to online pornography but children as young as 10. Those who have online access also have themselves affected in a negative way.

ADHD and ODD

SPED Kids  8 October '16

ADHD Vs. ODD: Why The Link Between Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder And Oppositional Defiant Disorder Surprises UCLA Psychologists

The result of the study linking Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) surprised the psychologists of UCLA.

Princeton University professor F. Duncan Haldane

School  5 October '16

Study On Exotic States Of Matter Recognized While Contributions In The Future Technology Anticipated

The work of David Thouless, Duncan Haldane and Michael Kosterlitz on exotic states of matter was recognized in Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm. At the same time, the community of scientists is excited on the advancement of future technology.

Stanford University Holds Commencement Ceremonies Amid Recent Controversial Rape Case

Family Life  3 October '16

Study Reveals Link Between High Educational Attainment And Family Structure

Studies uncover the link on how high educational attainment is being influenced by the structure of the family. In addition, it also affects the social development of children.

NASA debunked claims from UFO hunters that the agency is covering up the existence of aliens.

Celebrity Daddy(Soft News)  23 September '16

NASA's Europa Study In 2020 May Cause Intergalaic War With The Aliens?

Author Arthur C Clarke may have been well ahead of the future when he wrote that humans interfering with Jupiter’s moon Europa may spark an intergalactic war.

Uninsured Patients Receive Medical Attention At Health Clinic

Nutrition  14 September '16

Dosing Cups Are Causing Parents To Overdose Their Kids, Study Says

According to a new research, more than 80 percent of parents overdose their kids, especially when using dosing cups instead of oral syringes.

Acetaminophen Taken During and After Pregnancy May Affect Children's Behaviour In the Long Run

Pregnancy  18 August '16

Acetaminophen Or Tylenol May Cause Behavioral Problems In Children, Study Says

A recent study found that mothers who take acetaminophen during and after pregnancy are more likely to have children who will develop behavioral problems in the long run.

Schoolchildren Still Lured To Traditional Unhealthy Diet Options

Nutrition  16 August '16

Parents Must Take Care Of Their Children's Heart Before It Becomes Unhealthy, Study Says

Parents must prepare a healthy diet for their children and ensure 60 minutes of activity a day to keep their kids' hearts healthy throughout their lives.

New York City Hosts First Annual Disability Pride Parade

Autism  13 August '16

Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Telling Time is A Difficulty

Children with autism spectrum disorder tend to make generalizations about how much time has happened in between events.

World Health Organisation Calls For Regulation Of Ecigarettes

Health/Nutrition  9 August '16

Ohio State University Conducts E-Cigarette Studies For FDA

Sponsored by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and National Cancer Institute, Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center- James is conducting two studies to determine the toxicity of e-cigarettes.

Children's Phila Hosts Event To Fund Cure For Sickle Cell Disease

Health/Nutrition  8 August '16

Study Says African-Americans With Sickle Cell Trait Are Not More Likely To Die

A new research discovered that there is no elevated risk of death among African-Americans with sickle cell trait as was previously found by two earlier studies.

Winter Blues Beckon As Daylight Hours Foreshorten

Health/Nutrition  5 August '16

What Causes Depression? A New Study May Have Found The Answer In Human Genome

A new research studied nearly 460,000 subjects and; among the depressive participants, they found fifteen irregularities located in parts of the genome that control the workings of the brain.

Berlin Hit By Measles Outbreak

Medicine  21 July '16

STD News And Updates: Chlamydia May Be Prevented With A Vaccine Developed By New Research

A recent research has developed a vaccine that may treat chlamydia and even possibly prevent it from being acquired in the first place.

Hot Summer Forecast For The UK

Health/Nutrition  15 July '16

Obesity News And Updates: Obese Men Are More Likely To Die Before They Reach 70 Compared To Obese Women

A new study found out that obese men from 20 to 90 years old are three times more likely to die before 70 than obese women of the same age bracket.

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