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. 4 months
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Study finds age-related decline in children's physical activity levels
NEWS MEDICAL There is an age-related decline in children's physical activity levels as they progress through primary school, according to a British Heart Foundation-funded study. 1 day
Duration and timing of lunch, recess linked to food choices and physical activity of school children
NEWS MEDICAL A new study finds that the duration and timing of lunch and recess is related to... 6 days
Timing and duration matters for school lunch and recess
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers find that the duration and timing of lunch and recess is related to food choices and the physical activity of school children. These findings could help schools make policies... 5 days
Primary school children get less active with age, study finds
SCIENCE DAILY There is an age-related decline in children’s physical activity levels as they progress through primary school, according to a British study. 1 day
British government loses court case over air pollution plans
PHYS.ORG Britain's government must publish proposals to tackle air pollution months earlier than it wanted, a top court ruled Thursday, saying the plans cannot be delayed until after June's general election. 2 days
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SCIENCE DAILY Physical activity can reduce the weight-gaining effects of the genetic variant that carries the greatest risk of obesity, report. 2 days
Physical activity may ward off heart damage
SCIENCE DAILY Physical activity can lower the risk of heart damage in middle-aged and older adults and reduce the levels of heart damage in people who are obese, according to research. 5 days
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SCI-NEWS.COM According to a new study, physical activity can lower the risk of myocardial damage... 4 days
The toxic air in Britain's cities demands urgent action – not legal delays
PHYS.ORG The UK government is facing criticism for delaying publication of its air quality plan. The country's high court had ordered the government to urgently... 2 days
Nanoparticles can travel from lungs to blood, possibly explaining risks to heart
SCIENCE DAILY Tiny particles in air pollution have been associated with cardiovascular disease, which can lead to premature death. But how particles inhaled into the lungs... 3 days
Nanoparticles can travel from lungs to blood, possibly explaining risks to heart
PHYS.ORG Tiny particles in air pollution have been associated with cardiovascular disease, which can lead to premature death. But how particles inhaled into the lungs... 3 days
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ASTRO WATCH The solar flux is considered the fundamental energy source of earth's climate system on long time... 4 days
Humans threaten crucial 'fossil' groundwater: study
PHYS.ORG Human activity risks contaminating pristine water locked underground for millennia and long thought impervious to pollution, said a study on Tuesday that warned of a looming threat to the crucial resource. 5 days
Converting coal would help China's smog at climate's expense
PHYS.ORG China's conversion of coal into natural gas could prevent tens of thousands of premature deaths each year. But there's a catch: As the country shifts its use of vast coal... 5 days
Toronto's subways expose passengers to more air pollution than Montreal, Vancouver systems
SCIENCE DAILY Subways increase our personal exposure to certain pollutants, even as they decrease overall emissions, research finds. Another finding from this study is that Toronto... 4 days
Clouds' response to pollution clarified with new climate analysis
PHYS.ORG How the properties of clouds change in response to local pollution - mainly from coal burning and ship engines - has been more accurately determined. 4 days
‘Fossil’ groundwater is not immune to modern-day pollution
SCIENCE-NEWS Ancient groundwater that is thousands of years old is still susceptible to modern pollution, new research suggests. 4 days
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Medical News Today: Exercise boosts brain power in over 50s, concludes latest meta-analysis
MNT The effect of exercise on the aging brain is still much debated. The latest review takes an in-depth look, concluding that physical... 5 days
CERN and American Physical Society sign SCOAP3
CERN The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN1) and the American Physical Society (APS2) signed an agreement today for SCOAP3(link is external) – the Sponsoring Consortium for Open Access Publishing in Particle Physics. Under this agreement, high-energy... 2 days
Toronto's subways expose passengers to more air pollution than Montreal, Vancouver systems
PHYS.ORG A new study co-authored by U of T Engineering professor Greg Evans shows that subways increase our personal exposure to certain pollutants, even as... 4 days
Nanoparticles can travel from the lungs into bloodstream and reach susceptible areas of cardiovascular system
NEWS MEDICAL Tiny particles in air pollution have been associated with cardiovascular disease, which can lead to premature death. But... 2 days
American Physical Society and CERN sign an open access agreement for SCOAP3
PHYS.ORG The American Physical Society (APS) and The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), as the Host Organization of SCOAP3 (Sponsoring Consortium for Open Access... 2 days
Amazon, the online giant, experiments with physical stores
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Study links emotional feeding in children to emotional eating later in life
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China's Cargo Craft Docks with Space Lab
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China's rare milu deer return in victory for conservation
PHYS.ORG The newborn fawn walks unsteadily among the trees that were once part of the Chinese emperor's hunting grounds, where more than a century before its forebears died out in their... 4 days
Interdisciplinary studies reveal relationship between solar activity and climate change
PHYS.ORG Solar flux is considered to be the fundamental energy source of Earth's climate system on long time scales. In recent decades, some studies have noted that tiny variations... 4 days
Environmental enrichment triggers mouse wound repair response
PHYS.ORG Living in a stimulating environment has a wide range of health benefits in humans and has even been shown to fight cancer in mice, but the underlying mechanisms have been unclear. A study published... 4 days
Low-cost drug for severe bleeding could save lives of mothers after childbirth
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Engineer develops new reflector for radar measurements
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The science of laughter – and why it also has a dark side
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Unlikely pair of plants named after stars of movie 'Twins'
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Watch the world’s smallest cars race along tracks thinner than a human hair
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Cyber attacks 10 years on—from disruption to disinformation
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