The study conducted by the Journal of Adolescent Health reviewed the survey data collated in 2009 and compared the results to present surveys, asking the same batch of questions. The researchers were surprised when they found a 7 percent increase in ... Austin American Statesman, 5 days ago
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Results of a study published in the Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine in April 2015, indicate that ultrasound examinations could replace invasive excisional tissue biopsies for adolescent girls with breast lumps.
The study was carried out by researchers at the Loyola University Health System (Maywood, IL, USA) and included a group of 37 adolescent girls with breast lumps. The researchers tried to determine whether the size of the breast lumps measured at an ...MedImaging.net, 1 week ago Strategic Business Report on Global Sales of Fluoroscopy and Mobile C-Arms Relea... MedImaging.net, 12 hours ago Study Examines Ultrasound-Assisted Brace Casting for AIS O&P Edge, 1 week ago
Melbourne: Eating a healthy diet during adolescence could reverse the junk-food cravings in males but not females, reveals a fascinating research. The study published in the FASEB Journal also showed that intensity of junk food cravings depends a ...The Gulf Today, 2 weeks ago Why Some Women Can't Say No To Junk Food Link, 2 weeks ago A bad diet = bad marks, say Australian researchers 6minutes.net.au, 15 hours ago
The Journal of Adolescent Health (www.jahonline.org), the Official Publication of the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine, has added an important new online resource, For Parents & Teens, (www.jahonline.org/content/parentsandteens) to ...Alpha Galileo, 2 weeks ago Study: Discrimination has overall health impacts on adolescents Health Canal, 1 week ago UNL researchers find discrimination can have serious consequences to overall health Individual.com, 6 days ago Minding your Mental Health: advice and tips for teens and their parents TheJournal.ie, 22 hours ago
Teenagers like to try e-cigarettes but few become regular users, according to research published in the British medical journal the BMJ. The researchers base their findings on two surveys of more than 10,000 primary and secondary school children ...Business Insider Australia, 1 week ago E-cigarette use among Welsh teenagers Cardiff University, 1 week ago E-cigs popular with teens, but few are regular users Yahoo! News, 1 week ago Many Teens Try E-cigarettes, but Few Become Regular Users ScienceNewsline, 1 week ago
Research conducted by Jessica Sales, associate professor in the department of Behavioral Sciences and Health Education at Emory's Rollins School of Public Health, examined the extent to which genetic variation--differences within a particular region ...Reliance Trust, 1 week ago
249th ACS National Meeting & Exposition March 22-26, 2015 Denver, CO EurekAlert! provides embargoed and breaking science news you can't afford to miss. EurekAlert! offers a one-stop science news distribution service you can trust. EurekAlert! ...EurekAlert!, 2 days ago
Studies from Seoul National University in the Area of Sleep Research Described (Academic Performance among Adolescents with Behaviorally Induced...
Studies from Seoul National University in the Area of Sleep Research Described (Academic Performance among Adolescents with Behaviorally Induced Insufficient Sleep Syndrome) By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Health & Medicine Week -- ...4 Traders, 1 week ago
SYSTEM RESEARCH : Findings from Albert Einstein College of Medicine Yields New Data on Neuroscience (Interests shape how adolescents pay attention: the interaction of...
Findings from Albert Einstein College of Medicine Yields New Data on Neuroscience (Interests shape how adolescents pay attention: the interaction of motivation and top-down attentional processes in biasing sensory activations to anticipated ...) ...4 Traders, 1 week ago
A recent study, published in the Journal of Affective Disorders, suggests a significant link between marijuana use and the onset of mania in those diagnosed with bipolar disorder. The study examined 2,391 individuals who had exhibited the symptoms ...Examiner.com, 3 weeks ago Antidepressant use being abused, study suggests HLNTV.com, 2 weeks ago
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