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About 804 results for "journal of adolescent research"

Internet Addiction Leads To Burnout In Adolescents
Gizmodo India

Internet addiction, school burnout intertwined: Study

26 May 2016, New Delhi, IANS The researchers carried out a longitudinal research in more than 3,000 Helsinki adolescents aged 12-14 and 16-18. Excessive internet use is likely to contribute to the development of school burnout, which may, ... Millennium Post, 22 hours ago
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First Post.com, 1 month ago

Treatment of ADHD in adolescents

Most research exploring treatment for ADHD has focused on younger children, and the resulting data has served as the foundation for clinical practice guidelines. Evidence derived from child studies may not be appropriate, however, for adolescents ...
 Pharmacist.com2 weeks ago ADHD may first appear in young adults  BootsWebMD1 week ago MRI scans could help ADHD kids  IAfrica.com1 week ago ADHD Can First Appear in Young Adulthood for Some, Study Suggests  Health Finder1 week ago
Africa News Network7

Adolescent health neglected worldwide: report

The fastest-growing health risk from 1990 to 2013, the period covered by the study published in medical journal The Lancet, is unsafe sex. Decades of neglect and underinvestment have damaged the health of 10-to-24-year olds worldwide and could ...
 New Vision2 weeks ago New report illustrates consequences of neglecting adolescent health  Shanghai Daily2 weeks ago Adolescent Health Needs More Action, Funding, Focus On Education, Lancet Commission Report Says  Kaiser Network.org2 weeks ago Underinvestment, neglect damaged adolescent health worldwide: report  China Post2 weeks ago
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Medical News Today

Medical News Today: Teen obesity: Could it be driven by low hormone levels?

Lower levels of the hormone spexin may be associated with obesity in teenagers, suggests new research published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism . In 2012, around 21 percent of American teenagers aged 12-19 years were obese. ...
 Medical News Today1 day ago Lower Levels of Hormone Spexin Associated with Childhood Obesity  Endocrinology Advisor52 minutes ago Low Levels of Hormone Associated With Teen Obesity  Physician's Briefing1 day ago

Organizational innovations to accelerate technology transfer & translational research do they work?

Home » tips » / no comments IMAGE: OMICS: A Journal of Integrative Biology is an authoritative peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal published monthly online, addressing the latest advances at the intersection of postgenomics medicine, ...
 HealthMediciNet.com2 days ago Lyme Wars: Journalists are Failing the Public  HealthMediciNet.com1 day ago trans.formation: The Biological Roots of Being Transgender  VOA News5 days ago
NatureWorldNews.com

Study: How Videogame Addiction Affects Sleep Habits, Obesity, Cardio-Metabolic Health

In a new study involving 94 adolescents, researchers discovers that sleep deprivation caused by videogame addiction may increase the risk of obesity and its consequent cardio-metabolic deficits. (Photo : Sascha Schuermann/) With the rise of new ...
 NatureWorldNews.com2 weeks ago It's OK to let your baby cry herself to sleep  HealthMediciNet.com2 days ago Sleepless teens pack on the pounds  IAfrica.com6 days ago The countries getting the most sleep  WA Today1 week ago
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Growth Spurts Lower Teenage Boys' Coordination

Asudden growth spurt during adolescence can lower teenage boys coordination and affect their gait, according to research published in the open access journal Biomedical Engineering OnLine. This study investigates the cause behind the loss of ...
 Before It's News6 days ago Growth spurts lower teenage boys coordination  HealthMediciNet.com6 days ago
Forensic Magazine

Sharp Rise in Poisonings Among Teen Girls Baffles Researchers

Accidents account for roughly half of all adolescent deaths in the U.S., according to the CDC, and that includes one of the most prevalent: poisoning. But either intentional or accidental poisoning is not only a problem in America. Researchers from ...
 Forensic Magazine1 week ago Concerns over teen and toddler poisonings  BootsWebMD1 week ago Teen Poisoning Cases In The UK On The Rise Because Of Heavy Drinking Among Girls  Tech Times1 week ago Sharp rise in UK teen poisonings over past 20 years, particularly among girls  HealthMediciNet.com1 week ago
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Hindustan Times

Early walking in toddlers linked to stronger bones

View all current articles | | Provide feedback Published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, researchers from the UK have demonstrated that there is an association between a child's abilities in common movements - such as running and ...
 Society for Endocrinology1 week ago Children with good early life movement more likely to have stronger bones later in life  News-Medical.Net2 weeks ago Kids who start walking early have stronger bones when they grow up  Hindustan Times1 week ago Kids who walk early likely to have stronger bones: study  DNA India1 week ago

Research reveals intimate partner violence with teens as young as 13

Research published by the SA Medical Journal has revealed that intimate partner violence starts as early as the age of 13. 702's Azania Mosaka spoke to independent consultant for prevention of intimate partner violence, Anika Gevers, about the ...
 Talk Radio 7021 week ago Sex and violence at schools  Times Live South Africa1 week ago
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