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Immersion in virtual world alleviates pain from injury

Virtual reality games can help alleviate pain in children being treated ...st virtual reality on more subjects, possibly with games appropriate to each age group, in the hope that it could one day greatly reduce, if not completely r...

Get ready for next generation surround sound

...where around the head has applications in computer games and for producing earcons (the acoustic equivalent of icons on a visual display). Next-generation hearing aids programmed with the wearer's spatial filters will be able to exploit the directional information created by the ear flaps and so help to ta...

Scents and emotions linked by learning, Brown study shows

...ing side. In an experiment that involved computer games and custom-made scents, researchers found that responses to new odors depended on emotions experienced while the new odor was present. If participants had a good time playing the game, they were more likely to report liking the odor they smelled. If ...

Does the lack of sleep make you fat?

...r time (work, school, family, television, computer games and the internet). The research suggests that this lack of sleep may be contributing to the obesity pandemic....

More muscle means better regulation of blood pressure, study finds

...hour baseline period, an hour of competitive video games and a two-hour recovery period. They found that while blood pressure increased an appropriate average of 5 percent in response to the stress of video games, participants who had more lean muscle mass than fat were better able to return to normal lev...

Top 10 toys for children with ADHD

... choice than those with lengthier ones. Selecting games with only a few easy to understand rules is the best choice for children with ADHD. Dramatic play. Giving children the props for pretend play, whether it's a set of costumes, puppets or a playhouse, also are solid choices for helping children to d...

Intervention boosts activity in kids, especially minorities

...t the majority of time on vigorous non-competitive games that the children enjoyed. The school intervention involved 24 exercise lessons over eight weeks, with three sessions of 20 minutes each per week, at low or no cost to the schools. "This modest, eight-week school intervention changed and heightened...

NIH funds seven science education partnership awards

...uce obesity and diabetes, to instructive Web-based games that provide information about infectious diseases, to traveling museum exhibitions about the human body. For example, the SEPA project at Colorado State will provide an elementary school curriculum to educate students about diet and exercise, while ...

Fetal tissue restores lost sight

...ct, she can see well enough to read, play computer games and check emails. Bryant has retinitis pigmentosa, an eye disease that has blinded four generations of her family. What has saved the sight in one of her eyes is a transplant of a sheet of retinal cells. The vision in this eye has improved from 20:80...

Research news from the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University

...he habit of participating in intramural or pick up games -- the difference may be health benefits for years to come." Wetter, A., Economos, C., Osteoporosis International, 2004, 15: 799-806. "Relationship between quantitative ultrasound, anthropometry and sports participation in college aged adults."...

Prof: Local health campaigns not reaching adults with bad habits

... and soap operas. Other target media include video games and entertainment-oriented programming on the Internet. "This would be quite a change for media portrayals of health, because previous research shows entertainment programming depicting unhealthy eating as normal and desirable without linking it to n...

NJIT business incubator helps start-up companies move out of the lab and into the marketplace

...ntertainment industry for personalization of video games and for messaging applications," said CyberExtruder CEO Larry Gardner, of Ridgewood. Significant revenue is already being generated in these markets. This evolving technology promises to be a critical tool for the security industry as well as a con...

Battling the bulge in adolescents

...ularity of technology-based activities, like video games and internet use, was key in appealing to the social and developmental preferences of the youth in this study. After one month of instruction, questionnaires were administered to assess dietary knowledge, actual decision-making in eating h...

Spartans go to the Olympics not on the field, but with the field

...the Aug. 13 opening ceremonies to be ready for the games to begin Aug. 17. High-level security will add ...o Spartan stadium field) and will stay through the games to oversee the move-in details. Tim VanLoo, a senior, will join Matt in late June to assist in a pra...

Ongoing study evaluates pediatricians' effectivenes at violence prevention

...ting exposure to media including computers, video games and television to two hours a day. However, 65 percent of the nearly 900 parents who have been surveyed so far reported more than that, according to Barkin. Parents were also asked about gun storage. Of the nearly 900 parents surveyed, 246 own som...

Ads with 'supersized' actors leave men depressed, unhappy with their muscles, UCF study shows

...antleff-Dunn said. Male heroes in movies and video games often are "supersized," as are actors in many commercials for deodorant and exercising equipment. "The level of muscularity and attractiveness that are idealized in the media often are not attainable for the average man," Tantleff-Dunn said. "Men see...

Pain resource nurses at Fox Chase Cancer Center seen as educators and advocates for a change

...trategies for educating fellow nurses include word games and eye-catching informational posters. "Through the implementation of more Pain Resource Nurse programs such as the one at Fox Chase, we can have numbers like this nationwide while improving the patient's quality of life," concluded MacDonald....

UCSD study cites lack of vigorous exercise as primary factor in adolescent obesity

...ch time spent on sedentary behaviors like computer games and watching TV may equal, and even exceed, diet quality as important contributors to overweight in adolescence." To assess physical activity, the researchers used an accelerometer, a small device worn on a belt that stores data on amount and level...

Teen-rated video games loaded with violence

A new study finds that Teen-rated video games contain significant amounts of violence and death....hed by Medscape. Using a random sample of 81 video games rated T (for Teen) by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB), study authors Kevin Haninger, ...

Video games, not TV, linked to obesity in kids

...not related to a child's weight, but playing video games may be, new research indicates. "Children with hig...dy, children with higher BMIs seemed to play video games moderately but read or used computers for non-game purposes either very little or a lot more than th...

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