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About 839 results for "journal of adolescent research"

Genetics, not upbringing, main influencer in a child's IQ, stu...

Can parents make their kids smarter? New research published in the journal Intelligence suggests they can't influence intelligence— at least beyond their genetic contribution. To answer the oft-asked question, professors at Florida State ... FOXNews.com, 1 day ago

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DNA India

Parental understanding regarding daily experiences may affect adolescent health, well-being

California agency issues 'report cards' on insurers, medical groups Researchers reveal hidden benefits of healthy eating, exercise during pregnancy Discovery offers insight on early stages of cancer Parental understanding may also affect ...
 News-Medical.Net2 weeks ago Radiation exposure ups aggressive thyroid …  Yahoo! India3 days ago Teenagers' family, School Conflicts Rub Each Other  Silicon India5 days ago Kidney stones may increase bone fracture risk  NetIndia123.com1 week ago
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Shape of heart different for obese adolescents

There are noticeable differences in the shape and function of hearts among obese and normal-weight adolescents, researchers say. We do not know if [these changes] are clinically meaningful or necessarily dangerous, said Dr. Norman Mangner of the ...
 Globe and Mail1 week ago With extra weight, kids hearts change shape  Times of Oman1 week ago With Extra Weight, Kids' Hearts Change Shape  Huffington Post1 week ago

Autistic children have too many synapses in brain

A new study has revealed that autistic children and adolescents have extra synapses in the brain. The researchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) found that people with autism have a surplus of synapses in the brain, and this excess was due to a ...
 DNA2 months ago Autistic kids have 'too' many synapses in brain  Sify2 months ago Teens who take risks have differences in their brains  Jagran Post2 months ago

Two days later: Adolescents' conflicts with family spill over to school, vice versa

The lives of adolescents at home and at school may seem quite separate, but recent research has highlighted important connections. Family conflict and problems at school tend to occur together on the same day and sometimes even spill over in both ...
 Medical News Today3 days ago
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Walk 5 miles in their shoes: Kids shun soda when given workout equivalent

Fighting adolescent obesity with a healthy message has sweet effects. Researchers studied how adolescents made purchasing choices after being exposed to four different messages about sugar-sweetened drinks. Some decided against drink purchases ...
 Cardiovascular Business1 week ago
MedIndia

Binge Drinking in Adolescence Linked With Structural Changes in Brain

Heavy drinking during teenage years can lead to structural changes in the brain that can cause memory deficits which persist into adulthood, a new study reveals. The study found that, even as adults, rats given daily access to alcohol during ...
 MedIndia1 day ago Heavy Drinking Produces Lasting Brain Changes, Memory Deficits in Adolescent Rats  ALN2 days ago Adolescent Drinking Binges Lead to Brain Death  Cutting Edge News2 days ago Heavy drinking in teens lead to structural changes in brain  Business Standard India2 days ago
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NDTV

This Drink May Destroy Your Teeth

A recent study conducted by the researchers at the University of Adelaide in Australia, holds that drinks that are high in acidity can be harmful for children's teeth. The acid present in soft drinks, fruit juices and other sugary and aerated drinks ...
 NDTV2 days ago Soft drinks can wreak teeth within 30 seconds  Jagran Post2 months ago Acid attack! Soft drinks can wreck teeth within 30 seconds  Rediff.com2 months ago

Similar Survival Rates in Children with High Risk Blood Cancers Transplanted with One Versus Two Umbilical Cord Blood Units

Results of a multi-center trial published in New England Journal of Medicine MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Children with blood cancer have previously been shown to benefit from umbilical cord blood transplants despite HLA mismatch, making it an ...
 CNBC2 days ago
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Pakistan Observer

Bullying affects children's long-term health

- IN THE first study of its kind to assess the compounding effects of bullying over 5 years, researchers have found that a child experiences more severe and lasting health implications the longer he or she is bullied, suggesting that early ...
 Pakistan Observer4 days ago
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