SCIENCE DAILY Health workers and policymakers need to find ways to address poor air quality and lack of exercise among children in China so that children can be more physically active without suffering the health risks caused by exposure to air pollution. 5 months
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Physical activity counseling affects parents and get children to move
SCIENCE DAILY Parents can affect their children's physical activity behavior. A unique finding of the study was that especially the parents who have previously provided only little support for their... 2 days
Physical activity counselling affects parents and get children to move
SCIENCE DAILY Parents can affect their children’s physical activity behavior. A unique finding of the study was that especially the parents who have previously provided only little support for their... 2 days
WATCH: Research links physical activity in children to higher academic performances
ABC NEWS Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses the new findings from Northeastern University live on "GMA," which reveal that daily physical activity may help improve your child's report card. 3 days
Activity levels of adolescents and children found to be lower than previously thought
NEWS MEDICAL Physical activity among children and teens is lower than previously thought, and, in another surprise finding, young adults after the age of... 7 days
Alzheimer's disease study links brain health, physical activity
SCIENCE DAILY People at risk for Alzheimer's disease who do more moderate-intensity physical activity, but not light-intensity physical activity, are more likely to have healthy patterns of glucose metabolism in their brain, according to... 5 hours
Moderate physical activity linked to healthy glucose metabolism in the brain
NEWS MEDICAL People at risk for Alzheimer's disease who do more moderate-intensity physical activity, but not light-intensity physical activity, are more likely to have healthy patterns of glucose... 6 hours
Medical News Today: Teens get as much physical activity as 60-year-olds, study shows
MNT Teenagers might get less physical activity than previously believed, according to a new study by researchers from the Johns Hopkins University. 4 days
Pakistani citizens gasp for clean air
PHYS.ORG Furhan Hussain moved to Islamabad seeking fresher air, only to find Pakistan's leafy capital in a semi-permanent haze. Frustrated, he joined a vanguard of citizens monitoring pollution themselves amid a void in government data. 12 hours
Lungs of highly active older adults remain strong during physical activity
NEWS MEDICAL Highly active older adults experience no limitations in the lungs' capacity to exchange gases (lung-diffusing capacity) during physical activity, researchers have found. The study is published in the... 2 days
New Pollution Map Offers Unprecedented View of City's Air Quality
LIVE SCIENCE The new map for the city of Oakland, California, offers the highest-resolution view to date of air quality on a block-by-block basis. 1 day
California named state with the worst air quality (again)
SCIENCE DAILY High ozone levels and a quickly growing population are making it tough to implement regulations to reduce pollution, says a professor. 3 days
California named state with the worst air quality (again)
PHYS.ORG High ozone levels and a quickly growing population are making it tough to implement regulations to reduce pollution, says a Cal State LA professor. 10 hours
Good nutrition, physical training and mental exercises can reverse physical frailty in the elderly
SCIENCE DAILY Physical frailty is common among the elderly and is strongly associated with cognitive impairment, dementia and adverse health outcomes such... 3 days
Consumer Reports says liquid laundry detergent packets pose risk for people with dementia
ABC NEWS The group says the packets can pose a "lethal risk" for adults with dementia. 6 days
How does the brain respond to a single bout of exercise?
MNT A new review examines the data available on the neurochemical, cognitive, and behavioral effects of a single session of physical activity. 6 days
Is it OK for parents to be supportive to children's negative emotions?
SCIENCE DAILY New research suggests that whereas mothers who are more supportive of their children's negative emotions rate their children as being more socially skilled, these... 6 days
Medical News Today: How does the brain respond to a single bout of exercise?
MNT A new review examines the data available on the neurochemical, cognitive, and behavioral effects of a single session of physical... 5 days
New sensors could enable more affordable detection of pollution, diseases
SCIENCE DAILY When it comes to testing for cancer, environmental pollution and food contaminants, traditional sensors can help. The challenges are that they often are bulky, expensive, non-intuitive and complicated.... 1 day
WATCH: Consumer Reports says liquid laundry detergent packets pose risk for people with dementia
ABC NEWS The nonprofit organization reported the liquid laundry detergent packets may pose a "lethal risk" for adults with dementia, who may... 6 days
New sensors could enable more affordable detection of pollution and diseases
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Lack of 'editing' in microRNAs can potentially drive brain cancers
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Lack of 'editing' in brain molecules potential driver of cancer
SCIENCE DAILY A “significant” lack of ‘editing’ has been observed in microRNAs in brain tissue of brain cancer patients, report investigators. 5 days
Broken heart: Physical stress is a risk factor
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Demand for housing fuels major jump in Inland Empire building activity
SCIENCE DAILY Impressive job growth, wage gains, and construction activity all show the region’s economy bucking a broader statewide slowdown. 3 days
Firearm-related deaths third leading cause of death overall among US children, CDC study
NEWS MEDICAL A new report has shown that nearly 1,300 children in the United States die due to firearm injuries annually and 5,790 children... 3 days
China bans more synthetic opioids blamed for US drug deaths
ABC NEWS China has announced it is banning a deadly synthetic opioid called U-47700 and three other synthetic drugs 4 days
DZHK study shows physical stress as risk factor for broken heart syndrome
NEWS MEDICAL The loss of a loved one, a dispute with your neighbor, infections or a fall - mental and physical stress can be triggers of... 2 days
Applying continuous airway pressure improves respiratory and survival rates in children
SCIENCE DAILY Applying continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), a form of non-invasive ventilation, decreased mortality in children with respiratory distress, new research has found. Findings from the trial... 2 days
China bans more deadly synthetic opioids, including U-47700
ABC NEWS China has announced it is banning a deadly synthetic opioid called U-47700 and three other synthetic drugs 4 days
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