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Brains of abused teenagers show 'encouraging' ability to regulate emotions
Medical News Today

Brains of abused teenagers show 'encouraging' ability to regul...

Study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry looks at patterns of emotion regulation in the brains of children aged 13-19 years who have been abused Children who have been abused typically ... Medical News Today, 1 week ago
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MedIndia

Kids Who are Hesitant to Try New Food May Have Low Self-Esteem During Their Adolescence

A new research suggests that children who are hesitant to try new food even during their adolescence may have a poor diet and also suffer from low self-esteem and anxiety problems. However, forcing them to try these food at the dining table ...
 MedIndia6 days ago Fear of trying new food linked to low self-esteem  Times of India4 days ago Fear of Trying New Foods May Lead to Low Self-Esteem in Kids  NDTV5 days ago
Tech Times

Having Happy Friends Reduces Risk Of Depression Says Study

Researchers found a link between happy adolescent friends and a quick recovery from or reduced risk of depression. The study does not prove a cause-and-effect relationship but highlights the importance of social clubs in aiding in the recovery from ...
 Tech Times1 week ago Recurrent Depression Tied to Smaller Hippocampus  MedIndia2 days ago Happiness is like vitamin C for the mind  Mother Nature Network1 week ago Depression doesn't spread: Researchers  Indian Express1 week ago
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MedIndia

Developing Close Friendships During Adolescence May Help You Stay Fit In Adulthood

Children who develop close friendship early in life can be physically fit later in their adulthood, says a new research. "These results indicate that remaining close to -- as opposed to separating oneself -- from the peer pack in adolescence has ...
 MedIndia2 days ago Close Friendships During Adolescence May Help You Stay Fit As Adults  MedIndia1 day ago
JPMA

New England Journal of Medicine Publishes New A...

- The highest burden of dengue disease globally in endemic countries is in pre-adolescent to adults age group[1],[2],[3]- - Based on this clinical profile in 9 years of age and older, the dengue vaccine candidate has the potential to significantly ...
 MoneyAM1 month ago Bibliometric analysis of the Journal of Pakistan Medical Association form 2009 to 2013  JPMA1 week ago Sanofi Pasteur's vaccine candidate protects pre-adolescents to adults against dengue  Financial Express1 month ago Study: Sanofi Pasteur's vaccine candidate safely protects pre-adolescents to adults against dengue  Medical News Today1 month ago
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Health Canal

Close Friendships in Adolescence Predict Health in Adulthood

Teens are often warned to beware the undue influence of peer pressure, but new research suggests that following the pack in adolescence may have some unexpected benefits for physical health in early adulthood. The study was published in ...
 Health Canal2 days ago Teens with close friendships likely to become healthy adults  Free Malaysia Today20 hours ago Friendships in adolescence predict health problems in adulthood: New study  DNA India1 day ago Adolescent Bullies Have Biological Motivation: Study  International Business Times1 month ago
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University of Windsor

Teaching kids to cook benefits entire family, says UWindsor researchers

A new study by a team of UWindsor researchers shows that teaching young adolescents practical cooking skills leads to positive changes for the entire family. The study, conducted by graduate students Sara Santarossa and Jillian Ciccone, under the ...
 University of Windsor1 week ago Frequency of family meals increased by a new school presentation  Medical News Today2 weeks ago
Tech Times

Fish Oil Containing Omega-3 Fatty Acids May Prevent Onset Of Psychosis In Adolescents And Young Adults

About seven years of research says fish oil supplements have some effect in preventing the onset of psychosis in young adults. Most of the mild symptoms, which had begun to appear, disappeared when the study's participants were placed on a fish oil ...
 Tech Times2 weeks ago Omega-3 May Prevent Psychosis: Fish Oils Interrupt Progression Of Early Stage Schizophrenia, Study Finds  Hngn.com2 weeks ago Fish oil tablets prevent onset of schizophrenia and psychosis in teens  International Business Times UK3 weeks ago
Examiner.com

The consequences of diagnosis with children and adolescents

Research shows that half of all lifetime cases of mental illness begin by age 14. Scientists are discovering that changes in the body leading to mental illness may start much earlier, before any symptoms appear. Once mental illness develops, it ...
 Examiner.com2 weeks ago

Pre-teen body dissatisfaction predicts adolescent eating disorder behaviours

The study, published in the British Journal of Psychiatry , reveals a contrasting picture across the genders, with teenage boys only developing body dissatisfaction and becoming worried about their weight and shape if they are overweight and have ...
 Great Ormond Street Hospital1 month ago
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