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Dr. Turi King, University of Leicester (3 of 3)
This is Dr. Turi King discussing the new project.
Contact: Craig Brierley
University of Leicester
Dr. Christiana Tsaousi Podcast
This is a Podcast recording of Dr. Christiana Tsaousi explaining her research.
Contact: Dr. Christiana Tsaousi
University of Leicester
Quitting Smoking is Associated with Mental Health Improvements
There is a belief among some in the mental health field that it's best to tackle one problem at a time. So if a patient is being treated for alcoholism, drug addiction or other psychiatric problems, ...
Contact: Jim Dryden
Washington University School of Medicine
Manga Comics May Help Promote Fruit Consumption Among Youth
May May Leung, Ph.D., R.D., discusses how a recent pilot study in Brooklyn, N.Y., with minority students found that exposure to manga comics (Japanese comic art) promoting fruit intake significantly ...
Contact: Eileen Leahy
Elsevier Health Sciences
Small Numbers, Astronomical Reach
We live in a world of very small things (atoms) and very large things (stars, galaxies). How can the same laws of nature describe such different objects? Two people who have given the matter some ...
Contact: Catherine Zandonella
Identifying Pathways Associated with New Bone Growth
Osteoporosis affects more than half of all Americans over the age of 50. It's also very common in organ transplant recipients. Doctors have a number of treatments to slow the deterioration of bone, ...
Study Shows Yoga Can Help Breast Cancer Survivors (3 of 3)
There are few experts who debate the physical benefits of yoga. Regular practice can not only improve your balance, it can help you become stronger and more flexible as well.
But some say ...
Contact: Emily Caldwell
Ohio State University
Professor Alison Grant Discusses the Results of the Thibela TB Trial
Professor Alison Grant of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine discusses the results of a major trial aiming to cut the rate of tuberculosis among South Africa's gold miners, published ...
Contact: Katie Steels
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Study: Self-Administered Test Helps Spot Early Alzheimer's (2 of 2)
Researchers have developed an at-home test that can help doctors spot early symptoms of cognitive issues in their patients, like Alzheimer's disease. Best of all, the test is cheap, self-administered...
Contact: Shannon McCormick
A parent demonstrates babytalk ("parentese") with child.
Contact: Molly McElroy
University of Washington
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