According to the study, Healthy eating is associated with better self-esteem and fewer emotional and peer problems, such as having fewer friends or being picked on or bullied, in children regardless of body weight. Our findings suggest that a healthy diet can improve well-being in children The study was published in the open access journal BMC Public Health.
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A new study published in the Journal of Thoracic Oncology explores the use of radiosurgery in advanced lung cancer patients with four or more brain lesions and shows that in a subset of patients, radiosurgery may be the best choice even when the number of brain lesions far exceeds the established three-lesion threshold.
According to researcher’s analysis, there were major measurement issues in patients experience data. This data was collected from US emergency departments which includes high variability and limited construct validity.
According to a new study published in journal PLOS Biology, an online database of study summaries could be thoroughly assessed and revealed new information about animal testing, including potential targets for efforts to minimize harm to lab animals.
A new study published in the journal Scientific Reports, has shown that Lactic acid bacteria could protect against influenza A virus and thus decrease weight loss after virus infection and lower amounts of virus replication in the lungs.
New research published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, found that patients could gain benefit when they co-produce medical notes, called OurNotes, with their doctors, instead of just reading the medical notes. The practice could also benefit doctors by decreasing time spent on documentation.
According to a new Drexel University study, If just a 25% of men who have same-sex intercourse and are at a high risk for HIV used daily preventive medicine, three out of every 10 HIV infections could be averted. Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) would affect HIV transmission rates, the study findings are published in the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes.
In U.S., approximately 50% of the 13 million elders hospitalized yearly are not able to make their own medical decisions and depend on surrogates (close family members) to make decisions for them. However, the response of the surrogates to the demands put upon them was less known. A new study has revealed predictors and rate of surrogate decision-maker distress and found the high levels of both anxiety and depression.
An international team headed by Prof. Miguel Cecilio Botella López from the Department of Legal Medicine, has conducted CT scans of two Egyptian mummies and revealed the world's oldest known cases of breast cancer and multiple myeloma (a type of bone marrow cancer).
A new study has revealed that diphlorethohydroxycarmalol (DPHC) considerably suppressed receptor activator of nuclear factor-kB ligand RANKL-induced osteoclast differentiation and macrophage-colony stimulating factor (M-CSF) expression in a dose-dependent manner.
A new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, revealed that Tai Chi has shown to hold great promise for patients who decline traditional cardiac rehabilitation. The slow and gentle movements of Tai Chi would be an alternative exercise option for those in cardiac rehabilitation.