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Girl juvenile offenders exhibit more problems, risks than boys
COLUMBUS , Ohio Girls in the juvenile
justice system exhibit more risks than do boys for...r criminal offenses. The results suggest that the juvenile
justice system needs to devote more attention and resources to the problems of troubled girls, said ...
Arthritis of the spine often overlooked in children
... other symptoms of the disease. Common symptoms of juvenile
onset AS can include: Ongoing or recurrent joint pain, including neck or back pain Pain around knees, bottom of feet and ankles Pain and stiffness that is usually worse in the morning Pain and stiffness that improves with exercise and worsens w...
Jimmy Buffett hosts event to benefit NYU Child Study Center
...sts taxpayers at least $100,000 annually to keep a juvenile
offender in jail. ParentCorps' annual cost is $1,000 per child a minimal investment with a huge return. With a new grant from the U. S. Department of Education, ParentCorps is now being tested in an additional 20 schools in highly disadvantaged ne...
Urgent measures needed to tackle HIV epidemic in Moscow
...transmitted infections (STI's) in homeless adults, juvenile
detainees, and remand detainees, especially women....e researchers surveyed 200 girls and 200 boys at a juvenile
detention facility, 202 women and 200 men at homeless detention centres, and 200 women and 60 men at...
NYU Child Study Center raises over $165,000 at Picnic for ParentCorps
...sts taxpayers at least $100,000 annually to keep a juvenile
offender in jail. ParentCorps' annual cost is $1,000 per child a minimal investment with a huge return. ParentCorps has been tested in 8 schools with nearly 200 preschoolers and findings indicate that the program leads to lower levels of aggressio...
Children's receives one of only two national pediatric rheumatology training grants
...nd answers to the most fundamental questions about juvenile
rheumatoid arthritis (JRA) and other rheumatic diseases. Dr. Hirsch's NIH-funded laboratory is one of the few dedicated to finding what causes pediatric rheumatic diseases and how to cure them. Dr. Hirsch and his team are using DNA micro arrays, or ...
Myelin suppresses plasticity in the mature brain
...ter in development is similar to the plasticity of juvenile
Fitness-oriented gym classes demonstrate measurable health benefits for overweight children
...cal activity is a major pillar in the treatment of juvenile
obesity. "To the practicing physician, who is not conversant with exercise sciences, a simple exercise prescription would be an increment of 30 minutes daily, above and beyond the activity already preformed by the patient. To free time for this added...
Study provides guidelines for treatment of juvenile idiopathic arthritis
...e first time with specific guidelines for treating juvenile
idiopathic arthritis (JIA), previously known as juvenile
rheumatoid arthritis (JRA), a condition that affects approximately one in every 1,000 children. This...
Stanford study reveals protein's Jekyll-and-Hyde role in cancer growth
...pened next - the former cancer cells matured. Like juvenile
delinquents steered away from a life of crime when a bad influence is removed, the immature blood cells not only ceased their bad behavior once the menin was gone, they resumed productive lives. They completed the differentiation process and became m...
Mayo researchers lead team that discovers role of dendritic cells in childhood autoimmune disease
...ering from a rare muscle-damaging disease known as juvenile
dermatomyositis (JDM). The specialized cells, called dendritic cells, have never before been found inside muscle tissue of JDM patients -- a discovery that suggests they are tightly linked to initiation of the disease process. The finding opens new p...
How do islet cells die during early stages of diabetes?
...ype 1 diabetes (also called autoimmune diabetes or juvenile
diabetes) is an autoimmune disease. For unknown reasons, at some point in childhood or adolescence, the body's own immune system starts attacking and destroying the insulin-producing islet cells in the pancreas. Once the majority of islet cells are d...
Bipolar disorder more common than expected in hospitalized adolescents
... "This research is important because diagnosis of juvenile
bipolar disorder is controversial impulsivity, ir...enty percent of these patients were diagnosed with juvenile
bipolar disorder when information from all sources was integrated with the scores from the K-SADS ma...
Stem cells from muscles can repair cartilage
...hemselves, since the current study used MDSCs from juvenile
rats and other studies have shown such transplants to be problematic in adults. She concludes: "Thus, further work is warranted to determine the chondroprogenitor potential of MDSCs in adult humans and their capacity to form cartilage in vivo."...
Brazil's juvenile detention centres failing to meet basic standards of health and hygiene
Many of Brazil's juvenile
detention centres are decaying, filthy, and danger...il adopted one of Latin America's most progressive juvenile
justice laws, substantially reflecting the guarantees contained in the UN Convention on the Rights o...
Diabetics who control blood sugar today are more likely to have healthy feet and nerves tomorrow
...d 1,441 people with Type 1 diabetes, also known as juvenile
diabetes. Although patients with the more common Type 2 form of diabetes were not involved, the results may have implications for the 18 million Americans with Type 2 diabetes. Two-thirds of all people with diabetes have some degree of nerve problem...
JCI table of contents, April 6, 2006
...autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis and juvenile
diabetes. Previous studies have shown that although adult mice infected with a virus called LCMV respond with a vigorous immune response in which "cytotoxic T lymphocyte cells" (CTLs) eliminate the virus and provide lifelong protective immune memory,...
Childhood arthritis raises risk of broken bones
.... Juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), also called juvenile
rheumatoid arthritis, is the most common pediatric rheumatic disease, affecting approximately one in 1,000 U.S. children. It was already known that low bone mass occurs in patients with JIA, because of risk factors such as chronic inflammation, delay...
African American women need to receive HPV vaccine
... In addition to school-based vaccination clinics, juvenile
detention centers and prisons with high populations of African American adolescents and young adults are institutions the authors say should be actively targeted for vaccine delivery. Historically, multi-dose vaccines, such as the HPV vaccine, have ...
Tocilizumab study offers new hope for children with arthritis
...nt with tocilizumab amongst children with systemic juvenile
idiopathic arthritis (sJIA), who do not tolerate o...ar in Europe.1 "Systemic JIA is a specific type of juvenile
idiopathic arthritis and it is one of the most severe types as it affects the whole body and most of...