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Landmark study finds adult Delawareans with disabilities in only 'fair' to 'poor' health

...views, almost 40 percent indicated that caregiving responsibilities do not leave enough time for themselves, are a financial burden (22 percent) and are stressful (12 percent)....

New book provides unprecedented look at role of religion over a lifetime

...ively participate and assume social and leadership responsibilities in mixed-gender young people's societies." The researchers attribute the drop-off in religiousness in middle-adulthood to parents feeling less pressure to socialize their growing children in religious circles as well as parents encountering increas...

RAND panel identifies key components of public health emergency preparedness

...bility. This should include well-defined roles and responsibilities for officials and the public; a clear command structure; strong public communications; the ability to provide emergency health care to large numbers of people; and the ability to monitor the spread of a public health emergency. Develop and main...

Two-thirds of nursing students believe it's wrong to lie to patients, twice as many as in 1983

...ite in residences and more likely to have domestic responsibilities to juggle." The 2005 survey was carried out on a voluntary basis and all students were guaranteed anonymity. This approach yielded a 100 per cent response rate. "We feel that research like this is very important as it can help guide future nursin...

Rutgers College of Nursing professor to examine Latinas' attitudes towards exercise

... beliefs and time management issues such as family responsibilities and work often interfere with their ability to exercise and engage in self-care." For the first study, a focus group of 24 women from Bound Brook, N.J., will identify issues concerning exercising and prioritizing family responsibilities. This infor...

September/October Annals of Family Medicine tip sheet

... uninsured populations, are falling short of their responsibilities amid a changing health care landscape. This supplement is an effort of the Association of Departments of Family Medicine (ADFM), in collaboration with six family medicine organizations.Shaping the Future of Academic Health Centers: The Role of Famil...

What affects the survival of patients with tuberculosis?

... public health departments to define the roles and responsibilities of physicians, regions, clinics and provinces with respect to the prevention and management of patients with active TB....

Wiley to assume publication of Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine

...l of Medicine whereby Wiley will assume publishing responsibilities for Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine. Wiley will re-launch the journal in January 2007 with a completely new design and editorial focus. Published continuously since 1934 by The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine is is...

Survey: Caregivers of people with mental illness say treatment disruption has serious consequences

...talk therapy, exercise, diet and nutrition, having responsibilities and a stableschedule among key factors that help keep their family member well. Desire to raise expectations and focus on long-term wellness Seventy-two percent of American caregivers agree they would like their family member's doctor to focus mo...

Work-family conflict common among registered nurses, study shows

...lict refers to situations in which the demands and responsibilities of work and family roles are incompatible in some ...eir jobs interfered with their home lives or their responsibilities at home, such as yard work, cooking, cleaning, repairs, shopping, paying the bills or child care, or...

Ethics of indigenous health research explored in new guide

The rights, responsibilities and expectations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoplesparticipating in or conducting human research are highlighted in a new guide released today by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) at the Victorian AboriginalHealth...

Big companies should provide HIV treatment to employees

...lives. Business leaders need to realise that their responsibilities run deep and extend well beyond profit and loss." ...

I forgive you for taking his lunch money

...onsible for their own well-being as well as having responsibilities to help promote the well-being of others creates a culture where people are rewarded for self-regulating and checking themselves before they engage in bullying activities....

Neurologists with expertise in brain stimulation therapy help Parkinson's patients

...ny medical centers in North America delegate these responsibilities to personnel who do not have extensive experience in Parkinson's disease care, such as surgical nurses, fellows or neurophysiologists, according to information in the article. Elena Moro, M.D., Ph.D., and colleagues at University Health Network, Un...

Report recommends immediate improvements for Arizona's Pandemic Preparedness Plan

...ble, trustworthy spokesperson; clarify overlapping responsibilities between itself, other state agencies, and county health departments; integrate local and state law enforcement and public safety into planning scenarios; inventory, certify and engage volunteer organizations; address the needs of vulnerable populatio...

Moderate stress during pregnancy does not harm child development

...xieties that accompany juggling the many roles and responsibilities of modern life," she said. "It is possible that the results might be different if the study had included women undergoing more chronic, physical, or severe turmoil." Nonetheless, she concludes, the findings should put many pregnant women's minds at...

New research reveals Australians too busy for lunch

... to do to fit food into their break. The more work responsibilities people have, the more likely they are to claim they can't do lunch. More than half the respondents on annual salaries of $60,000 or more said they were simply too busy. Only a handful of those surveyed blamed their lack of lunch on takeaways being to...

Media alert: Hazelden's chief medical director available to comment on drug treatment for alcoholics

...oughout all of Hazelden's facilities. His primary responsibilities include promoting addiction medicine practices, leading clinical services and Hazelden's Physicians-in-Residence training program and overseeing special recover programs for addicted health care professionals. Seppala was awarded his MD at Mayo Medi...

School-based quality initiative improves childhood asthma outcomes

...nters, and improved delineation of staff roles and responsibilities for asthma care. By October of 2005, the identification of children with asthma had risen from 6.2 percent to 15.8 percent. The prevalence of asthma in urban, African-American communities in Cincinnati is 20.9 percent. In addition, all measures had...

Younger women appear to be at increased risk for depression after heart attack

...essors, such as poverty, lower level of education, responsibilities both at work and home, single parenthood and caring for children and aging parents, could theoretically contribute to a higher preponderance of depression in younger women, who may have greater exposure to these stressors compared with other groups,"...

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(Date:10/30/2014)... developed a suite of technologies that can be used ... applications in everything from search and rescue to service ... platform for computer-mediated communication between humans and dogs that ... behavioral signals and sending them clear and unambiguous cues ... of computer science at NC State and co-lead author ...
(Date:10/29/2014)... In the largest study of its kind to date, ... genes that heighten the risk for autism. Joseph Buxbaum, ... York City, Mark Daly, Ph.D., Broad Institute of Harvard ... DNA samples from affected children, parents and unrelated people. ... to contribute to the risk for autism spectrum disorder ...
(Date:10/29/2014)... number of chemicals from household and industrial products are ... bodies. But for most of them, scientists have yet ... taken the first step toward doing that by estimating ... new method is published in the ACS journal ... and colleagues note that the risks to human health ...
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