Jun 05, 2017
Babies born with extremely low birth weight are not only at risk for physical problems but are also more likely to experience mental health problems later in life, according to an analysis of research conducted over nearly 30 years.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/BsbV4
In the opening paragraph of the University of Texas article outlining, “the most complete analysis to date of the outcomes associated with spanking,” it states that: “The more children are spanked, the more likely they are to defy their parents and to experience increased anti-social behavior...
Adolescents who were physically or sexually abused are more likely to engage in self-injury than their non-abused counterparts, according to a new study. "We found that about one in three adolescents with mental health problems in Ontario engaged in non-suicidal self-injury,” said lead author...
New Jersey babies born across the river from a Pennsylvania power plant emitting sulfur dioxide had a nearly 7 percent higher risk of arriving with a low birth weight, according to new research. - Frank Kummer, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News
Obese people with no significant health problems still have a higher risk of stroke and heart failure than normal-weight individuals without major medical issues, according to a study presented at the European Congress on Obesity. UK researchers based their findings on an analysis of medical...
53 pc mental health patients experience relapses in UK - The study, published by leading scientific journal 'Behaviour Research and Therapy', was conducted by a team of National Health Service (NHS) clinicians and scientists from the Universities of Sheffield, York, Huddersfield and Trier.
A total of 15.6 million (1.56 crore) abortions took place across India in 2015, against the 7 lakh figure the Centre has been putting out every year for the last 15 years, according to a research paper published in The Lancet Global Health medical journal on Monday.
Sleep disorders such as Insomnia could increase the risk of strokes, says a new research. According to a new research conducted by a Taiwan-based team of researchers..
The global digital signage market is predicted to attain USD 31.71 billion by 2025, as per the "Digital Signage Market, 2014-2025" study conducted by Research and Markets'.