Washington D.C [US], Dec. 9 (ANI): In a recent research, scientists have found the association of adolescent BMI with cognitive function in midlife. Published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, the scientists determined the association between ... Yahoo! India, 1 day ago
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Researchers have found drinking a lot of alcohol can change the brains of adolescents. Adolescents often ignore suggestions that they're a lot better off drinking something healthy instead of alcohol. They are making a big mistake when they ...EMax Health, 1 day ago Heavy alcohol use may disrupt brain development: Study Siasat Daily, 1 day ago WARNING: Too Much Alcohol During Adolescence Could Alter Brain Development NatureWorldNews.com, 1 day ago Heavy alcohol use during adolescence could CHANGE teenagers' brains: Study finds binge-drinking crushes... Brief Report.co.uk, 2 days ago
The study will soon appear in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease. While the dangerous effects of adult overweight and obesity, as reflected in a high body-mass index (a calculation of a person's weight in kilograms divided by the square of their ...Jerusalem Post, 2 days ago High BMI, socioeconomic position in adolescence may affect cognitive function in midlife Healio, 1 day ago High youth BMI could impact cognitive duty in midlife HealthMediciNet.com, 2 days ago High adolescent BMI could impact cognitive function in midlife News-Medical.Net, 2 days ago
This latest research, published in the journal Cell, could hold particular significance for patients suffering from type 1 diabetes. This form of the disease accounts for 5% to 10% of all diabetes cases. Although with no symptoms for a relatively ...DNA India, 2 days ago Type 1 diabetes: researchers pinpoint molecule to regenerate insulin-producing cells Yahoo! News, 1 week ago ASPH ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS OF PUBLIC HEALTH : Columbia Researchers Find Link between Arsenic and Type 1 Diabetes 4 Traders, 3 weeks ago Regenerating insulin-producing cells possible IAfrica.com, 5 days ago
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The rate of adolescents reporting a recent bout of clinical depression grew by 37 percent over the decade ending in 2014, with one in six girls reporting an episode in the past year, new Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health-led research ...News-Medical.Net, 3 weeks ago 1 in 6 Adolescent Girls Report Experiencing an Episode of Clinical Depression MedIndia, 3 weeks ago Depression Rates Growing Among Adolescents, Particularly Girls JHSPH, 3 weeks ago
A group of researchers has found there's no association between posture and neck pain in adolescents. Source: AAP 10 Dec 2016 - 5:32 AM UPDATED3MINSAGO Teenagers who slouch over their computers aren't necessarily at risk of neck pain ...Special Broadcasting Service, 1 day ago
Researchers say that some physical diseases tend to occur more frequently in children and adolescents if they have previously suffered from certain mental disorders. (Photo : Christopher Furlong/) Is your teenager plagued by numerous health ...NatureWorldNews.com, 2 weeks ago Stomach Diseases, Arthritis Follow Depression While Anxiety Leads To Skin Trouble In Young People: Study Tech Times, 1 week ago Anxiety, Depression Tied to Teens Physical Problems HealthMediciNet.com, 1 week ago Depression may affect stomach, and anxiety the skin AhmedabadMirror.com, 2 weeks ago
Adolescents may be authorities on social media , but theyre not so good at identifying advertising: According to a Stanford University study, 82% of middle-schoolers failed to differentiate between news stories and sponsored content. The ...Quartz, 2 weeks ago
Male adolescent whale sharks act just like human male teenagers, they don't venture far from home to makes sure they get their food, Aussie researcher published on Wednesday shows. After sifting through over 6000 photos collected by citizen ...China.org.cn, 3 weeks ago
Researchers at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem announced Thursday that they had found evidence that overweight in adolescence can lead to reduced brainpower in midlife, especially among those who come from lower-income families. The full ...The Times Of Israel, 2 days ago
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