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Ratings of teen-rated video games do not always fully describe content

... analysis based on actual play of Teen-rated video games shows that industry ratings do not always fully de...iation (JAMA). Using a random sample of 81 video games rated T (for Teen) by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB), study authors Kevin Haninger, ...

Virtual play boosts disabled children's self-image

Virtual reality games that enable children with physical challenges to s...onducting follow-up interviews found the simulated games had a positive impact on the children's belief in their abilities. "They would say that it didn't m...

Software that minimises facial disfigurement

...e. By using graphics cards designed for computer games to generate the facial images, the team has been able to convert the results of these calculations much faster than with previous versions of the program. The extra speed allows surgeons to view the effect of their incisions in real time as the mod...

UB, military collaborate on design, testing of first drug to prevent noise-induced hearing loss

...dleton in California will undergo two weeks of war games in the coming months armed with a new weapon: a drug designed to protect their hearing from the destructive decibels of battle. For the Marines, it's an opportunity to take part in the fight against noise-induced hearing loss in the military and in ...

Keeping grandma safe and healthy with biosensors

...develop and test a variety of easy-to-use computer games with Calaroga residents to monitor trends in cogni...ine, who will lead the effort on adaptive computer games for monitoring trends in performance; Linda Boise, Ph.D., M.P.H., director of education at OHSU's La...

Book explores how children use imagination to battle chronic illness

...said one young asthma sufferer. "Sometimes, I play games when I do my breathing machine. I pretend I have a friend who is a dragon, and the dragon breathes smoke. You know the steam coming from the machine? That's dragon smoke. Another game is, I have a toy airplane. I fly my airplane through the steam. I ...

Yale expert warns children may lead shorter lives than their parents because of obesity

...or stemming from prolonged use of computers, video games and television; communities designed to make it difficult to bike or walk to schools and work; product placement of foods in television and movies; partnering of children's media giants with the food industry; schools "addicted" to money from soft dr...

Fifteen football players died during 2002 season, none from heatstroke, study finds

...very school should have a defibrillator on hand at games and practices, but since the machines are expensive, more research is needed before we could say that ought to happen in all states." A Yale University faculty member began the yearly football death and injury survey in 1931. It moved to Purdue Univ...

'Pointing and showing' problems for autistic children

...entally delayed comparison children as they played games with an adult. The two groups were matched for mental age. A computer-based digital video analysis system was used to measure the use of voice and touch by an adult when playing with the child and instances of pointing and showing by the child itself...

World's largest scientific society convenes regional meeting May 30 - June 2 in Chicago

...for non-science majors by associating playing card games of "Old Maid," "Go Fish," "Poker" and "Gin" with patterns of organic molecules. (Michael John Welsh, Columbia College in Chicago, Science/Math Department, 312-344-7534, mwelsh@colum.edu ) The Greenlist process: a method for environmental classifica...

Study suggests that tomboys may be born, not made

...x-typed behaviors, such as play with certain toys, games and activities. Higher scores indicate more masculine-typical behavior. The questionnaire was completed again when the child was 3 1/2. The authors found a link between testosterone level in mothers and girls' scores on the PSAI, with high testoster...

Pain may come with gain in childhood exercise

...running, playing soccer, jumping and other aerobic games for five weeks. While these boys were engaged in a less intense exercise then the wrestlers, the same cellular messengers that are associated with disease rose, but to a lesser extent than they did in the wrestlers. "We now know there is a stress res...

M.I.N.D. Institute study confirms autism increase

...Children typically do not engage in social play or games with their peers. Unusual behaviors such as rocking, hand-flapping or even self-injurious behavior may be present in some cases....

Sense of control eases physical toll of stressful situation

...he results of cardiovascular monitoring during the games provide what Weinstein deems "perhaps the most straightforward evidence to date" for the theory that control over an undesirable stimulus while performing a task reduces its negative effects on the cardiovascular system. Those students who were led t...

Emory brain imaging studies reveal biological basis for human cooperation

... Mutual cooperation was the most common outcome in games played with presumed human partners in both experiments, even though a player was maximally rewarded for defecting when the other player cooperated. During the mutually cooperative social interactions, activation was noted in those areas of the brai...

Heart disease is a pediatric problem: New guidelines point to lifestyle 'training' in childhood

...time limits for sedentary activities such as video games and television, and use planned physical activities instead of food to reward children's accomplishments. When addressing physical activity with children, parents and physicians are advised to emphasize play and activities rather than "exercise." He...

Hypertension is study focus of $10 million NIH grant to MCG

...ing laboratory stressors such as challenging video games and discussions of recent stressful events. He'll also study the genes that control those systems, including the sympathetic nervous system that responds to stress, the kidneys that control fluid and salt regulation and the endothelin system that co...

Duke sports medicine helps keep Cincinnati Reds healthy

...t's a real challenge, considering that we play 162 games in 180 days all over the country in widely varying...it is warm, and the weather for the early slate of games especially those played at night is much cooler. Also, the increased number of injuries in the ear...

Injuries uncommon in youth football, Mayo Clinic study reports

...searchers found a total of 55 injuries occurred in games during the season a prevalence of six percent. Incidence of injury expressed as injury per 1,000 player-plays was lowest in the fourth grade (.09 percent), increased for the fifth, sixth and seventh grades (.16 percent, .16 percent, .15 percent resp...

ORNL helping make tomorrows soldiers all they can be

...w you used to tell me that playing all those video games wouldnt get me anywhere in life? You have to see my helmet to believe it. Its like an IMAX movie right before my eyes." The helmet of the future will allow a soldier to monitor power reserves, will show the range of an enemy and will provide an enorm...

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(Date:4/14/2014)... Lower weight babies and babies who aren,t breastfed ... risk of developing chronic inflammation and related health ... study. , "There were good reasons to hypothesize ... inflammation in adulthood," says Thomas McDade (Northwestern University), ... in the Child & Brain Development program. "It ...
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