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Preschool

Impact Of Outdoor Preschool Model On Children’s Health Outcomes

Part of a growing trend toward nature-based early learning; outdoor preschools could very well hold the key to combatting childhood obesity. It is why one Washington State University Health Sciences researcher is partnering with Tiny Trees; to study the impact of an outdoor preschool model on children’s health outcomes. “One third of children in the…

Internal Regulation In Determining The Growth Of An Organism

Internal Regulation In Determining The Growth Of An Organism

According to the study this showing the role of environmental factors; and internal regulation in determining the growth of an organism. As the body size of a living creature has a direct impact on its fitness from the simplest animal and plant organisms right up to human beings. The individual size or height is therefore…

Anesthesiology

Anesthesiologist Is More Than Just Keeping The Patient Safe And Unaware

The researches find that the medical student at the University of Tennessee Medical Center in 1987, when Dr. Jerry Epps joined the hospital’s anesthesiologist group. Therefore  Craft witnessed Epps transform the department “pretty much instantly” into a modern and rigorous place to train anestesiology residents. “It was infectious, his excitement about the field and focus…

Sexual Assault That Affects People In Different Ways

Sexual Assault That Affects People In Different Ways

Sexual assault is a traumatic event that affects people in different ways, both mentally and physically. So doctors and nurses know care immediately after an assault needs to be understanding, compassionate and sensitive. This is particularly so during forensic examinations where the main purpose is to collect evidence as quickly as possible after; but within…

New Ways To Understand The Cause Of Chronic Viral Arthritis

New Ways To Understand The Cause Of Chronic Viral Arthritis

The research study opening up the new ways to understand the cause of chronic viral arthritis; Since chikungunya virus emerged in the Americas in 2013, it has infected millions of people; causing fever, headache, rash, and muscle and joint pain. For some people, painful, debilitating arthritis lasts long after the other symptoms have resolved. Researchers…

PrEParing Family Planning Clinics To Prevent The New Cases Of  HIV

PrEParing Family Planning Clinics To Prevent The New Cases Of  HIV

As the study showing that the PrEParing family planning clinics; in Kenya to prevent the new cases of  HIV infections. According to the study data in sub-Saharan Africa; many young women and adolescent girls are at high risk of HIV infection. As the study aiming to investigate the feasibility of providing antiretroviral drugs via family…

Radio diagnosis

Genetics Play A Role In Reaction To CT Contrast Agents

The researches find that the patients with family and personal history of allergic reactions to contrast media are at risk for future reactions, according to a large study published in the journal Radiology. Allergic reactions to commonly used CT contrast media may be prevented by premedicating patients with antihistamines and using a different type of…

Gene

Conceived Via Assisted Reproduction Is Not Likely Influence Gene Activity

One in 25 Australian children are now conceived by reproductive treatments such as IVF. These reproductive technologies appear to leave a biological “signature” on several gene that can be measured at birth. This may explain why assisted conception increases the chance of early delivery; low birth weight and congenital abnormalities and the question has remained…

Medical genetics

Assisted Reproduction Technology Leaves Its Mark On Genes

The study find that the effect that assisted reproduction technology has on babies’ genes is largely corrected by adulthood, new research led by the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute has found. Published in the latest edition of Nature Communications, therefore the study found events that occur in early development, including ovarian stimulation, manipulation of the embryo and…

Restoring Process In A Gene Altering In Down Syndrome Seen In Mouse

Restoring Process In A Gene Altering In Down Syndrome Seen In Mouse

The research study showing that the restoring process in a gene altering in Down syndrome; rescues the adult neurogenesis and learning and memory defects in mice. Where the researchers explaining the restoring a gene altered in Down syndrome called the Down syndrome critical region 1 (DSCR1) rescued adult neurogenesis and learning and memory defects in…

Recession

Recession Show Increases In Symptoms Of Depression, Anxiety

The research findings, published in Clinical Psychological Science; a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, reveal declines in mental health that were still evident several years after the official end of the recession; but were obscured when examining trends in population-level data. “The study provides a new perspective on the impact of The Great…