Are You Surrounded and Stressed by Clutter?
When you look around your home, is your mind sidelined by stacks of papers, piles of toys, heaps of laundry and an array of random stuff cluttering up your countertops, desk...
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Mothers' experiences with neonatal care for low birth weight infants at home; A qualitative study in the Hohoe Municipality, Ghana
To explore knowledge and beliefs of mothers on low birth weight , examine care provision at home and societal perceptions of LBW infants.
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Is Earth on the verge of undergoing a magnetic pole shift? Scientists say SOON
This place we all call home, Earth, is currently in the throes of some serious magnetic turmoil. And scientists are now warning that we're possibly in for a very rough ride in...
7 hours ago - Natural News
Studies link cell phone radiation to health issues in children and unborn babies
The use of smartphones and other wireless devices is now woven into the fabric of modern society. Just as it would have been virtually unimaginable for a family not to have a...
8 hours ago - Natural News
Study Finds SAHMs Should Make $160k A Year Caring For Their Kids
A salary study found that SAHMs are “worth” $160K As they do every year, Salary.com just put out a “study” to illustrate the monetary value of a stay-at-home parent based on...
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What People Actually Say Before They Die
Mort Felix liked to say that his name, when read as two Latin words, meant “happy death.” When he was sick with the flu, he used to jokingly remind his wife, Susan, that he...
14 hours ago - The Atlantic
Move That Bus! ‘Extreme Makeover: Home Edition' Is Getting An HGTV Reboot
Hope you like weeping, because HGTV is reviving Extreme Makeover: Home Edition next year HGTV has announced that it will reboot the popular whole-home renovation show Extreme...
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Acupressure relieves long-term symptoms of breast cancer treatment, study finds
A new study finds acupressure could be a low-cost, at-home solution to a suite of persistent side effects that linger after breast cancer treatment ends.
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Risk of infection from water in the air at home
Researchers have developed a more detailed framework for understanding and managing the risk of transmitting a bacterial disease via water spray from sinks, showers and...
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Quitting Facebook can significantly improve your mental health, researchers conclude
When you're bored at home or work, you probably entertain yourself by browsing Facebook. After all, it lets you see what your friends, old classmates and new acquaintances, or...
17 hours ago - Natural News - 4 articles
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Strong Neck Strength may Help Prevent Concussions: Study
Athletes who are at higher risk for sports-related concussions should build neck strength to prevent such injuries, finds a new study.
Farmers Exposed to High Levels of Pesticide More Likely to Have Poor Sense...
High pesticide exposure among farmers can be associated with a poor sense of smell in later life, reveals a new study.
A Quarter of Antibiotics Prescribed for Children and Adults Found Unnecessary
One in seven privately insured children and non-elderly adults among the study cohort received antibiotics for cases that were not justified medically, according to new research.
New Wearable Sensor Can Help Detect Hidden Anxiety, Depression in Kids
Newly developed wearable sensor can help detect hidden anxiety and depression in young children, reveals a new study.
Engineered T Cells Promote Long-term Organ Transplant Acceptance, Says Study
A way to selectively suppress the immune reaction of the body against the donor organ by modulating the protein coronin 1 has been discovered.
Medical Detection Dogs Benefit Diabetes Patients
Alert dogs can help Type 1 patients regulate their blood sugars in a non-invasive way and avoid the risks of hypoglycaemic episodes and hyperglycaemia, found new study.
Overprescription of Opioids for Elbow Fractures in Children: CHOP Surgeons
Patients only took less than 5 percent of the prescribed amount, and one in five did not receive any opioid medication to manage pain which could lead to opioid diversion.
Gay Fathers and Their Children Still Structurally Stigmatized: Study
Gay fathers and their children continue to experience stigma with potentially harmful physical and psychological effects.
Faecal transplants can treat bowel condition, but scientists are making a...
The latest FMT study by researchers at the University of Adelaide focused solely on colitis, when the large bowel becomes inflamed. It affects one in every 420 people.
Keeping active in old age may protect against dementia, study finds
A new study from Rush University Medical Center has found that elderly adults who moved more than average, if with early signs of dementia, had better memory and thinking skills.